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ESPN just reported that the ACC would allow Notre Dame to join its conference this summer, provided the Irish are able to exit the Big East. The recent split of the ‘Catholic 7′ from the (what will soon be former) Big East may wind up accelerating Notre Dame’s move.
According to ESPN, Notre Dame’s plan to join the ACC in 2014 was contingent upon those seven schools staying in the Big East another season.
“Notre Dame officials have indicated previously that the Irish would seek an earlier exit from the Big East if the Catholic 7 schools departed before 2014. Notre Dame announced last year it was joining the ACC in all sports, except football.”
But why, you ask, is Louisville not allowed the same option? It’s actually pretty simple. Louisville is replacing Maryland after the 2013-2014 season, and the Cardinals will be playing football in the ACC. Adding them now would create an unbalanced schedule this fall. Notre Dame, on the other hand, is independent in football, so the addition ...
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Notre Dame guard Skylar Diggins, Connecticut forward Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis and South Florida guard Andrea Smith are the unanimous selections to the All-Big East team.
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Yesterday, it was Notre Dame and St. John’s. Today, it’s Cal and Stanford turning a basketball game into a boxing match. Except this “brawl” was more more bark than bite, and pretty much ended up in a bunch of shoving.
Here is video of the fight, in two parts:
Cal and Stanford fight! vine.co/v/bHx1j5zjxa2
— Nicholas A. M. (@CalGrownSFBorn) March 7, 2013
Cal and Stanford...
The Golden Domers and St. John's got into a huge fight on the Notre Dame floor during an otherwise boring Wednesday night blowout Irish win.
As Irish senior Jack Cooley was getting his senior night send-off from the Notre Dame crowd, St. John's Dominic Pointer got into a fight with Cameron Biedschied. Things got real, and Pointer landed a couple punches to Biedschied’s face.
Both players were sent off for the night, and from the looks of it, Pointer can expect a couple more games to be added on. We couldn...
Multiple sources have reported that Irish sophomore quarterback Gunner Kiel informed the Notre Dame staff today he plans to transfer from the University.
Notre Dame fights back after sluggish first half, dominates on both ends of the floor in the second stanza for 26-point blowout win over St. John's.
As reported earlier in the evening by the website Irish Sports Daily Notre Dame red shirt freshman QB will transfer out of the crowded Irish stable of quarterbacks. Although no destination has been mentioned that has not stopped the fans from commenting on the subject. I have read everything from Les Miles jokes to rumors The post KIEL TRANSFERS DESTINATION UNKNOWN appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Tyler Eifert's graduation marks the fourth straight starting tight end the Notre Dame football program helped develop into an NFL player. Now a nearly uninterrupted 40-season string of producing pro talent begins its fifth decade, headed by junior Troy Niklas and a host of others for spring ball 2013.