Posted August 05, 2012 on
Roman Catholic High (Philadelphia) four-star receiver Will Fuller changed his commitment from Penn State to Notre Dame after spending Saturday in South Bend, Ind.
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Coach Brian Kelly stepped into the kind of controversy that can only happen at Notre Dame when he declared on Thursday that “Field turf is coming to Notre Dame.” It took less than a day and a great deal of moaning from some of our more traditional minded brethren out there in the Notre Dame fan community for Coach Kelly to “clarify” (retract) those comments.
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The Notre Dame – not so good at fighting – Irish are ranked in college football’s preseason top 25 poll.
When the preseason top 25 NCAA Football Coaches pole came out. I swarmed to it like a locust during the apocalypse. I looked at the list. I digested the list. I nervously scanned the list hoping to see The Ohio State Buckeyes despite their problems. To my surprise I was...
Ever since the silliness of Notre Dame associating/aligning themselves with the Big 12 died, there have been intermittent reports of a possible alignment of Notre Dame with the ACC.
The ACC members have been vehemently opposed to partial memberships in the past and have had the attitude of “all in” or “not in” but Swofford said today he’s not sure if that is still the case...
Brian Kelly tweaked Notre Dame's practice on the first day of camp to help speed up the process of picking a starting quarterback.
Andrew Hendrix, Everett Golson and freshman Gunner Kiel are competing to start the opener in Dublin, Ireland, against Navy on Sept. 1.
Tommy Rees, last year's starter, will serve a one-game suspension to start the season following his arrest...
Saturday morning Notre Dame officially opened camp as they took the practice field. Tim O'Malley was on hand for the allotted periods and talks about what he saw in our latest podcast.
Theo Riddick performed myriad roles in his first three seasons at Notre Dame. Now he looks to serve as one of the offense's leading men at a position that perfectly suits his talents.
Notre Dame's defense will feature a new pair of starting cornerbacks for the first time since 1998. That rarity has afforded a former wide receiver with no career starts a leadership role...and it seems to be a natural fit.
Notre Dame tight end pledge Mike Heuerman talks about helping the Irish build one of the best recruiting classes in the country for 2013 and much more in our latest IrishEyes.com podcast.