Posted October 09, 2012 on
Notre Dame needed just one downfield pass (and a pair of shuffles) to balance 270 second-half rushing yards in Saturday night's humbling of the Hurricanes.
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Notre Dame has some of the most well defined and classic uniforms on the college football landscape. There aren’t only a few uniforms that we ranked ahead of Notre Dame on our list of 25 best uniforms.The Irish sported these two-tone helmets during its ‘Convicts vs. Catholics’ game played this past Saturday at Soldier Field.Not a huge fan of the look. However, the uniforms...
In one of the season's most intriguing match-ups, mirror images Stanford and Notre Dame square off in a game with major BCS implications. College Gameday is coming to South Bend, while David Lombardi and Sam Fisher provide their weekly radio insight.
The Bootleg provides the ultimate in-depth look at Stanford's pivotal match-up with Notre Dame. New injury information, game analysis, and the Farm Boys' take on the Irish program is featured in this week's report.
Fall ball was in full swing this weekend and one of the teams in actions was Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish played in the "Playing for Peace" tournament in Chicago and came away with victories over Detroit and Bellarmine. Oh, and they looked good doing it.
The Boys from South Bend are coming off a 13-3 season in which they won the Big East regular season title and...
After Notre Dame's 41-3 thrashing of Miami, the Fighting Irish are flying high and now ranked #7 in the country with a big game coming up at home against Stanford with ESPN's College Gameday on campus.
So, how do you think the season is going again?....
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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.
Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson breaks away from Hurricane defender Anthony Chickill Saturday at Soldier Field. Photo: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images The Hurricanes of old who came out with a thug & swagger mentality were no where to be found this past Saturday as Notre Dame dominated the Miami Hurricanes by a score of 41-3 at
Notre Dame unleashed the next phase of its 2012 offense Saturday night in Chicago. It should pay dividends against a trying October slate.
A new depth chart, following the Notre Dame game, was released this morning so lets review some of the changes from last week's version.
A detailed review of Notre Dame's offense and the 13-3 lead it forged in Saturday night's eventual beat down of Miami.
Notre Dame pledge Jaylon Smith traveled to Columbus (Ohio) to battle future teammate Jacob Matuska and his Bishop Hartley teammates. IrishEyes.com was on hand and spoke with Smith following the game.
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o talks about the Irish defensive performance against Miami.
Here is the updated depth chart, following the team's loss to Notre Dame.