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Notre Dame has increased its recruiting efforts in Florida under head coach Brian Kelly, and this year was no different. The hard work is paying off in the Sunshine State, too.
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It's never too early, right?We're going to look ahead and see what the Irish offense could look like in the upcoming season.There are plenty of position battles heading into Spring ball, with some being more wide open than others.True freshmen will push for playing time, redshirt freshmen will be ready to take the next step and a trio of full-timers are heading to the NFL...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on five key prospects in the 2013 class.
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— Matt Hayes(@Matt_HayesSN) January 28, 2013
PETA is putting up a billboard about faux wings... and they're using a picture of Manti Te'o to do it. The ND monogram Lord Protectors, might not be too happy about it either.
With various official visits and in-homes happening before National Signing Day, Redlands (Calif.) defensive end Kylie Fitts has a big decision to make...
A California man said he created the hoax in which former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o fell for a fake, online girlfriend because he was in love with the football player.
Ronaiah Tuiasosopo spoke publicly for the first time in an interview with Dr. Phil McGraw for the ''Dr. Phil Show,'' the first part of which aired Thursday.
The 22-year-old Tuiasosopo said...
As we only a few short days away from Super Bowl Sunday, the fine folks over at PETA decided to put together an advertisement to promote the eating of fake chicken during one of the biggest sports days in North America.
In keeping with topical humor, they decided to use a photo of former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o in the below billboard:
Geez, even PETA...
Inspired by his mother and brother’s dedication and persistence, former Notre Dame receiver Braynard “Bobby” Brown did not let adversity slow his eventual path to success. An All-American receiver at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., he went on to play both football and track at Notre Dame and broke records in The post Where Are They Now? Bobby Brown...
Notre Dame has lost twice in its last three games played inside the Purcell Pavilion. Tonight's guest Villanova rides a two-game winning streak over top five foes and is fully capable of dealing the Irish tell-tale defeat No. 3 in South Bend.
Notre Dame doesn't have to replace much from its 12-1, national runner-up squad last fall. But with a three-year starter at center and a four-year starter at middle linebacker moving on, its easy to identify head coach Brian Kelly's chief positional concerns.
Tarean Folston's commitment status to Notre Dame has been in question since he began serious discussions with Auburn, where he recently visited, and Thursday brought a new development for the running back from Cocoa (Fla.) High.