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ND fans taking in New Orleans at Final Four

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Thousands of Irish fans traveled to the Big Easy from all over the country and Allison Hayes found out the basketball game is just one of endless possibilities New Orleans.

New Orleans definitely has a style all of it's own and the people of the Big Easy definitely dance to the beat of their own drum, but this weekend, they should have changed the French Quarter to the Irish Quarter.

Shawn Koble is a fan from Indiana, he says he came to New Orleans to watch Skylar Diggins take a bight out of the Huskies.

Jed Fegler says he is a Notre Dame fan, Go Irish.

Kim Yonda's family grew up down the street from Notre Dame's campus, she says it has become a family tradition to come to the Final Four, this is her third trip to follow the Irish.

New Orleans is known for it's delicious food like gumbo, crawfish and beignets and walking around the French Quarter, you are sure to find street performers and even a little voodoo magic.

A tarot card reader says she feels Notre Dame is going to win but it will be a close game.

New Orleans has definitely been an awesome host city for the Final Four, the only thing that could make it better would be for the Irish to bring home a National Championship.

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