He threw 37 touchdowns to only 7 interceptions, and was sacked 31 times.
Quinn finished the regular season with a passing efficiency rating of 146.65, Notre Dame invited to the 2007 Sugar Bowl on January 3, 2007, where they played LSU. Quinn threw two touchdown passes, both in the first half, and LSU held Notre Dame scoreless through the second half of the game to defeat the Fighting Irish 41–14.
Quinn started a foundation called the "3rd and Goal Foundation" in 2011 to help assist veterans who are homeless or handicapped.
His father, Ty Quinn, was a Marine in the Vietnam War.
Theismann was bothered by the appearance of Quinn's hair and the fact that he was chewing gum.
Quinn responded, saying, "I apologize to anyone, obviously, who is a Notre Dame alum, or for those fans who thought I wasn't being very business like.
After a standout career at Notre Dame, Quinn was drafted 22nd overall by the Cleveland Browns in 2007.
I was just trying to get on stage as fast as possible and get that Browns jersey in my hand." Quinn was originally placed third on the Browns' depth chart behind Charlie Frye and Derek Anderson.
Quinn helped his team post an 8–3 record and played in the U. Quinn was named an All-Conference player in baseball as a junior and lettered three times and was a part of the 2001 State Championship team.
He was a member of Young Life, the Rock Solid Club, and Who's Who Among America High School Students.
Quinn accepted the offer to attend Notre Dame, where he set 36 Fighting Irish records during his four seasons with the team.
There were ten career records, twelve single-season records, four single-game records and ten miscellaneous records broken by Quinn throughout those four years, including the record for career pass attempts with 1,602; completions with 929; yards-per-game with 239.6; touchdown passes with 95, and the Irish's lowest interception percentage with 2.43.