Brady played baseball as well as football in high school. He lettered three times in baseball.
Brady threw a career high 4 interceptions in the 2003 Purdue game.
Brady was a team captain for Notre Dame in 2005 and 2006.
Brady graduated from Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio.
Brady finished fourth in 2005 Heisman Trophy voting.
Brady was 4–0 in the Notre Dame - Navy rivalry.
Brady is a cousin of actor Zachery Ty Bryan.
Brady is the brother-in-law of Green Bay Packer linebacker A.J. Hawk. The two played against each other in the 2005 Ohio State - Notre Dame game.
Brady seat a Notre Dame record with 45 passes without an interception in the 2006 Fiesta Bowl against Ohio State.
Brady set career highs with 60 attempts and 33 completions in the 2005 Michigan State game.
Brady is 6'4" and weighs 227 pounds.
Brady's longest touchdown pass was his 85 yarder to Maurice Stovall in the 2003 Purdue game.
Brady set a school record at Notre Dame for touchdown passes with 6 in 2005 in a game against BYU.
Brady was the twenty-second overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Brady wore uniform number 10 at Notre Dame.
Quinn: The biggest thing our offense has done this year is come out and set a tone. We have always moved the ball and given the guys confidence of what we can do in the game. That has snowballed and progressed through the game. That is something we have done well and we will need that to be successful in this game.
Quinn: Coach Vaas and Coach Weis are on the same page in what they desire from their quarterbacks. The always try to get the most out of you. Coach Vaas is on us a lot of time no matter what. Even if the throw appears perfect, maybe there is something fundamentally we didn't do well. He is extremely hard on us and he is always making sure we strive for perfection in everything we do.
Quinn: When you look at those Xs and Os you're pretty confident in what they are able to do.
Quinn: Coach Weis' scheme sets us up in favorable positions all the time. The biggest thing is the way he's taught us as far as where to go with the ball in every single situation. You've always got outlets, you've always got places to go, and that makes you feel comfortable when you're a quarterback under center.