Found April 10, 2013 on Fox Sports Arizona:
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 its desire to drop the game. Patterson isn't happy about how it was done and expressed as much in an interview Wednesday afternoon on Phoenix radio station XTRA Sports 910 AM. "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 afternoon while everybody was out of town at the Final Four. "At least in the little Catholic town I grew up in -- Beaver Dam, Wisconsin -- the good nuns woul...

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