Posted April 20, 2012 on
Notre Dame's defense will represent the Gold team in today's annual Blue Gold game to end spring practice in South Bend.
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To most fans, the big stars of Notre Dame's Blue-Gold Game were quarterback Everett Golson and running back George Atkinson III.
To head coach Brian Kelly, things looked entirely different.
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The number one topic is of course the four-way starting quarterback battle. Unlike other spring games, Notre Dame lets them pretty much go live at QB, which is a lot cooler than the signal caller wearing a red, no-contact jersey. Here’s the statistical breakdown.
Everett Golson 31 snaps, 11-15 passing, 120 yards, two TDs, 0 picks. 6 carries for 25 yards. Tommy Rees 7-14-1, 84...
Notre Dame's offense will represent the Blue team in today's annual Blue Gold Game that concludes spring practice in South Bend.
Notre Dame’s proven starters are unlikely to see extended playing time in Saturday’s Blue Gold game, but there are still a Baker’s Dozen of key players we’ve targeted for fans to follow in the spring’s final scrimmage.
Notre Dame legacy recruit Karl Roesler is ready to make a return visit to campus for the annual Blue-Gold game on Saturday. IrishEyes.com caught up with Roesler for the latest.
Before arriving at Notre Dame and wearing the Blue and Gold of the Irish, Devin Butler will play for a new team wearing the colors red, white and blue representing his country as part of Team USA. Butler talks about his newest honor and return trip to campus for the spring game.
The Blue Gold Game brought Notre Dame Spring football to a close -- FOXSportsNext Tim O'Malley and Beth Long recap the heated quarterback battle, and strengths and weaknesses of the Irish inside.
Of Notre Dame's four offensive tackle commitments, Lincoln-Way West High’s (New Lenox, Ill.) Colin McGovern is the highest rated. The four-star is rated the No. 9 offensive tackle in the 2013 class, and IrishEyes.com takes an in-depth look at what the Irish are getting in him.