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Phillip Dorsett is remorseful on those impacting drops against Notre Dame. Some fans have taken it hard on the sophomore, but he’s not going to let a damp mood hold him back against North Carolina. Read on to see what the wide receiver has to say about his comeback.
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Stanford is riding a three-game winning streak against Notre Dame, but notching no. 4 in a row will be a daunting task in what looks to be an evenly-matched game on the road. Here is the Cardinal formula to success.
Everett Golson was firing on all cylinders last week in Notre Dame’s 41-3 trashing of Miami. Golson was collected, accurate and took what Miami gave him and burned them. It was also against Miami, one of the worst defenses in college football. The Hurricanes have allowed thirty plus points on average to their opposition.Putting the filters on we began to wonder how much Notre Dame’s...
Mission Viejo (Calif.) High four-star safety prospect and USC commit Max Redfield will be on Notre Dame's campus this weekend, and he spoke about it with IrishEyes.com.
Niles Notre Dame gave one of the state of Illinois' top teams a real run for their money, as they battled Chicago Marist down to the final seconds. Scout was on hand and had a chance to see several top prospects, including two exciting juniors.
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Notre Dame is hosting a trio of official visitors this weekend to correspond with its showdown against Stanford and IrishEyes.com takes a look at where the Irish stand with each prospect.
Read on to see Al Golden's final comments on the Notre Dame game, what he's saying about trying to stop UNC running back Gio Bernard, and more.
A.J. Highsmith admits that Notre Dame was a disappointing lost, but that hasn’t stopped him from having a positive head for this week. He assures the press that the team is moving forward and focusing on the future rather than the past. Read on to see what Highsmith has to say about the team and their defensive progress.
Notre Dame has fallen in three straight to Stanford, and during the program's back-to-back wins vs. Brian Kelly's teams, the Cardinal defensive line has whipped the Irish up front in both.
As each week passes, the pressure only increases on college football’s top 10 teams. Notre Dame finds itself in that position each week, as this...
Stanford will struggle to get on track against Notre Dame's surging defensive front.
Notre Dame appears to be a very good football team in 2012. A win Saturday vs. Stanford would cement that status and elevate the program among the season's elite.