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Can you believe Notre Dame football hasn’t won a national title since the 1988 season? (They won the Fiesta Bowl on January 2, 1989.) For almost 24 years Notre Dame has played the part of the...
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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are undefeated and in the BCS title game, and they very well may be getting a helping hand upstairs.The post Irish Eyes Are Smiling On Notre Dame appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Former Notre Dame coach Ara Parseghian is being recognized for his contribution to the sport by the National College Football Awards Association.
Parseghian coached the Irish from 1964 to 1974, leading them to national championships in 1966 and 1973. The Irish hadn't had a winning season in the five years before he arrived and he posted a 95-17-4 record in 11 seasons.
What if Notre Dame played an SEC schedule?
With a regular season that obliterated expectations, Irish Eye's Tim O'Malley reviews Notre Dame's 2012 regular season and looks to the future.
This edition of the IrishEyes.com recruiting blog includes a couple of pledges Irish fans need to keep an eye and more.
Notre Dame/USC Most-Watched College Football Game in Six Years- ESPN reports that last Saturday’s Notre Dame/USC college football match-up was the most-watched game of the season and the most-watched since 2006. The game averaged 16 million viewers and a rating of 9.4, making it the most-watched Saturday night game on ABC ever and the most
The Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame offensive lineman, Kyle Sulka, will take his first official visit this weekend...
Week 13 Maxwell Finalists Performances
Against all odds, Notre Dame LB Manti Te’o led the Fighting Irish to a perfect season with a final win on the road against USC. Te’o recorded five stops, breaking 100 tackles for the third consecutive season (the third player in school history to do so). He also picked off USC QB Max Wittek for his seventh on the year, ranking him 2nd...
Off Tackle Empire's latest predictions has Notre Dame vs. Alabama for the BCS title, and Nebraska vs. Stanford for the Rose Bowl. The rest is noise.
Andrew Coppens looks at the stats for the Big Ten championship showdown between Nebraska and Wisconsin. (Delany's Dozen)
Illinois head football coach Tim Beckman...
As expected, Notre Dame's receiving corps produced fewer receptions, yards, and touchdowns than did last year's cast led by star Michael Floyd. Regardless, the 2012 unit might have been more efficient as a whole.
Fresno (Calif.) West four-star cornerback L.J. Moore was visited by Notre Dame assistant coach Mike Denbrock on Wednesday, and he spoke about it with IrishEyes.com.