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Notre Dame’s move to the ACC hasn’t just made football scheduling difficult for the Irish, it’s now affecting other schools as well. Arizona State was slotted to play Notre Dame in the 2014 season, but the Irish are now attempting to back out.
Notre Dame’s agreement to play five ACC teams per season has forced the school to drop a few of its opponents for 2014, and the school has (it looks like) decided upon swapping in the Florida State Seminoles for the Sun Devils. But it’s apparently the way the Irish went about notifying ASU that’s gotten AD Steve Patterson all riled up.
Fox Sports Arizona reports that Patterson went on Phoenix radio station XTRA Sports 910 AM and had some choice words for Notre Dame and AD Jack Swarbrick.
“The school didn’t have the courtesy to have the athletic director (Jack Swarbrick) call the athletic director at ASU to discuss it,” Patterson said. “They had their PR guy call (ASU’s media relations office) to give us a message Friday after...
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Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson on Wednesday took a few shots at Notre Dame over a football scheduling flap that began last week when a report surfaced that the Fighting Irish would drop the Sun Devils from their 2014 schedule.
Nothing has been made official, so the game in Tempe on Oct. 25, 2014, remains on the books, but it's clear Notre Dame has at least expressed...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Undoubtedly, position battles during spring practice should be taken with a grain of salt. New recruits have yet to arrive. Some players are still healing from injuries. Others will make significant strides over the summer in the weight room and elsewhere.
Still, spring practice provides a good, long look at where certain players are and how they might contribute...
Mark May was feeling pretty saucy on Thursday and decided to throw some criticism at a few teams over Twitter.
May, a college football analyst for ESPN, first took aim at Ohio State for giving out rings to its players in celebration of their 12-0 season:
Just a checking my integrity meter didn’t know you could give out 12-0 rings when your on probation or banned from bowls..just...
For about the 100th time in the last 24 months, Gunner Kiel has made a decision on his college football future. The much-maligned, former super-recruit who ended up at Notre Dame this fall before announcing his transfer just a few months later, has announced that he will continue his career at Cincinnati.
The news was first reported by ESPN’s Joe Schad, who tweeted the following...
The travels of Gunner Kiel will have another stop added. Kiel announced that he'll be transferring to Cincinnati and will be eligible in 2014.
For those that remember, Kiel was the top rated passer by Rivals.com and Scout.com while in high school at Columbus East (Ind.). Kiel announced that he was going to Indiana which would've been a major coup for the Hoosiers. Kiel...
The Notre Dame offense has a lot of work to do before the fall.
A quarterback who finished high school four months ago and isn't expected to play in the fall accounted for the only touchdown in the annual spring game and nose guard Louis Nix provided the highlight, rumbling in for a two-point conversion. But it was the defense that dominated with 10 sacks, two interceptions...
Notre Dame offered Scout 100 wide receiver Cameron Sims of Monroe (La.) Ouachita Parish on Monday, and the 6-foot-4, 285-pound wide out explains how Notre Dame plans to use him and when he thinks the Irish will get a visit.
Bill Belichick is speaking at a Notre Dame Football Coaches Clinic and talks about Mark Bavaro, tight ends, Notre Dame, and more!
Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o has expressed frustration over the fact that teams and the media took so much away from his poor performance against Alabama.
The Arizona State Sun Devils thought they had a 2014 game scheduled against Notre Dame until the Irish backed out in a cowardly manner.
Defensive back Tim Cason of Clarkson (Mich.) High is visiting Notre Dame this weekend, and he previews the trip to South Bend and updates where he stands with recruitment.
One month ago, after losing the Big East championship game to Notre Dame, the UConn were searching for answers. But everything came together in the NCAA tournament.
Notre Dame worked through its 11th of 15 allowed spring practice sessions today inside the Loftus Sports Complex.