Found March 17, 2013 on
Our Brent Blum scouts Iowa State's NCAA Tournament draw, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
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Now, Notre Dame will try again to clear that final hurdle.
The Fighting Irish are eyeing a third straight run to the NCAA championship game, and this time they hope to capture the title after coming up short the past two years.
With senior guard Skylar Diggins leading the way, Notre Dame (31-1) won the Big East tournament for the first time after going undefeated in conference...
The "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on a number of prospects who will be on Notre Dame's campus this spring.
It’s no secret that I hate college basketball until the games actually mean something. You give me tournament action and my ass is firmly planted on a couch watching hours of college teams shoot 35% from the field. That time is here.
Is it possible for a college team to score 89-95 points in a game? It’s impossible, right? You turn on the Big East tournament and some 7-foot white...
We here at Outside the Boxscore would like wish all of you, a "Happy St. Patrick's Day" and hopefully all of our readers will celebrate responsibly.
In honor of this special holiday, the Baton Rouge St. Patrick's Day parade featured a special float dedicated to former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o:
Yep, the fake girlfriend thing is still funny...
The NCAA women's tournament will have a familiar feel. All four No. 1 seeds had the same spots last year.
Baylor, Notre Dame, Connecticut and Stanford are the top seeds in the 64-team field announced Monday night. It's the first time that the same four teams are top seeds in consecutive seasons.
The Lady Bears are trying to become the fourth different school to win consecutive...
Notre Dame played one of its best games of the season Thursday night in New York. Can the Irish bottle the magic of their comeback effort in the first half, and second stanza back-and-forth fight vs. Marquette for the upcoming weekend in Dayton?
Notre Dame fans yearn for a Sweet 16 berth. So too does the program as a whole. Mike Brey and his troops, however, are single-minded in their preparation for #10 seed Iowa State -- the nation's fourth highest scoring team.
Notre Dame's starting cornerback duo Bennett Jackson and KeiVarae Russell return after a productive season. They'll gain a valuable third member of the unit, and potential competitor for playing time, in Lo Wood.