Ronnie Woo Woo is spending his offseason in South Bend

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Ronnie Woo Woo stands outside Notre Dame Stadium (via @MattConroy24 on Twitter)

Like it or not, Ronnie “Woo Woo” Wickers is one of the most recognizable figures in Wrigleyville. Throughout the summer he can be heard yelling his catchphrase throughout the neighborhood.

Just because the baseball season is over doesn’t mean Wickers is hanging up his jersey. The superfan, like so many other Chicagoland sports fans, made a weekend trip to South Bend on Saturday. A Twitter user at Notre Dame snapped a picture of Wickers outside Notre Dame Stadium.

As is typically the case during Cubs fans, it doesn’t seem Wickers actually made it into the game. Instead, he spent his time meeting with fans and roaming the tailgates.

While Wickers was outside, Notre Dame was in the stadium playing Wake Forest.

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