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Skylar Diggins scored 15 points to lead No. 2 Notre Dame to a 71-46 bruising of Rutgers.
The All-American point guard led the Irish in scoring despite playing limited minutes. Coach Muffet McGraw benched her with 8:55 left in the first half after Diggins was whistled with a technical foul for jumping up and down in protest of a foul called against her. Notre Dame took a 37-17 lead...
Good news for the Irish faithful, even if they are still a bit embarrassed by Notre Dame’s poor performance in the BCS championship game. Brian Kelly announced on Saturday that he will be staying in South Bend, Indiana for the foreseeable future.
“This week, I had an incredible opportunity to speak with one of the premier organizations in sports about becoming their head coach...
The Domers out there can quit holding their breath and relax. Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly has announced that he's staying in South Bend. Kelly surprised many by interviewing for the vacant Philadelphia Eagles' HC job earlier in the week.
"This week, I had an incredible opportunity to speak with one of the
premier organizations in sports about becoming...
Gunner Kiel, the Notre Dame back up quarterback to Everett Golson, apparently had an interesting experience at a local movie theater. Apparently Kiel doesn’t look old enough to get into an R rated movie. I feel bad for the guy. I had the same problem in high school. Apparently getting absolutely blown out by the Alabama Crimson Tide for the BCS National Championship wasn’t...
Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly says he didn't see any sign linebacker Manti Te'o was affected by the girlfriend hoax leading up to the BCS game, but says in hindsight it may have been a factor.
Kelly says Te'o didn't play his best, adding that Alabama played a role. He says Tuesday only Te'o knows how it affected him.
Also, Kelly says his interview with...
Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood announced today he will forgo his final season of athletic eligibility and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. Wood leaves Notre Dame as the seventh-leading rusher in school history, having gained 2,447 yards on 450 career carries. No running back in Notre Dame history with as many career rushes as Wood has a better yards-per-rush average as his 5.4 yards...
If Brian Kelly's meeting with the Eagles was indeed just a ploy to get a raise out of Notre Dame, as all Irish fans are convinced of, then he's really doing a good job of faking interest in the NFL.
According to several reports, Kelly will hold a second interview with the Eagles this weekend. Given the news that the team will meet with Gus Bradley this afternoon in Atlanta...
By now you’ve heard that Brian Kelly will stay the head football coach at the University of Notre Dame. He will not be taking the Philadelphia Eagles gig. Numerous reports say he was offered a job with more money but he turned it down to remain in college football. So why did he interview with them in the first place? Kelly already got an extension and a raise. Was it for further...
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly will be back for a fourth season
after leading the Fighting Irish to the national title game this
Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood will enter the NFL draft.
Wood ran for 742 yards and four touchdowns this season, averaging 6.5 yards per carry. He is ranked 16th among running back draft prospects by ESPN Scouts Inc.
"Having to make a decision like whether to stay in school or leave to pursue a lifelong dream of playing in the NFL is never simple," Wood said...
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Niles (Ill.) Notre Dame Prep running back Chris James has added another Big Ten offer, the third overall for the productive junior star.
We continue our look at Notre Dame's 2013 roster as the recruiting cycle ends with a breakdown of the team's Dog linebackers and safeties, as well as future prospects for the positions.
Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood announced Monday he is
entering the NFL Draft, deciding against returning for a final year