Posted February 16, 2013 on providence.scout.com
After nine consecutive losses to the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, Providence dominated from beginning to end against the nation’s 21st ranked team, sweeping Notre Dame aside, 71-54, in front of a sellout crowd of 12,428 at the Dunk.
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