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5 questions with Chris Stewart

Notre Dame right guard Chris Stewart answered the five questions this week.

The Spring, Texas, native is a first-year law student after he graduated with a history degree from the College of Arts and Letters in three and a half years.

What class is hardest for you to get out of bed and go to every week?

Criminal Law. Eight o'clock in the morning, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It is an intense subject. The guy who teaches it is intense. And the time slot is intense.

If you had to eat the same thing every day for a full year, what would you choose and why?

Some kind of Korean food or Asian food of some sort. I'm big on that kind of food. There's this Bokum dish, it is stir fried pork. I could do that every day, and it is healthy.

Other than a professional football player (and for Stewart only) or lawyer, what would your dream job be?

Probably investment banker. Something on Wall Street.

If you could change one thing about college football, what would you change?

Pay the athletes, duh. That's hands down.

If you could have dinner with one person, alive or dead, who would it be and why? (This took more than a minute for Stewart to answer, but we got there)

I don't know. I would have dinner with a bunch of people. Gosh, let me think about that one for a second. That's a real question.

Probably Leonardo da Vinci. Because he did it all