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In recent years, Adidas has been trying to step up their uniform game and has really been using Notre Dame as their flagship team to push out new uniforms. This year Notre Dame will wear these for the Shamrock Series game when they take on Arizona State on October 5th at Cowboys Stadium.
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Like many of you out there, I love football. I can't begin to express how glad I am that the game is getting closer and closer to a return. I'm so happy for it that when I turned on my computer and saw the video of South Carolina's Jadaveon Clowney and another player flipping a sled I thought 'cool!'
The clip has made its way around the web already, but not...
Adidas and Notre Dame have combined for some interesting uniform combos for what they dub the "Shamrock Series" and in 2013 they're at it again, announcing earlier on Monday the new uniforms in this series:
FIRST LOOK: New #TECHFIT uniforms @NDFootball will wear on 10.5.13 for #ShamrockSeries. #teamadidas pic.twitter.com/qoKrdrcIHW
— adidas America (@adidasUS...
adidas and the University of Notre Dame today unveiled alternate TECHFIT football uniforms the Irish will wear on October 5 for their annual Shamrock Series game. Notre Dame will face off against Arizona State in this year's Shamrock Series game at Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Notre Dame's new Shamrock Series adidas TECHFIT jersey is all-white with metallic gold...
Notre Dame has unveiled a new uniform for 2013. No, it’s not an entire revamp of the Fighting Irish’s uniforms, but rather a one-time...
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will be busting out unreal Shamrock Series football uniforms against Arizona State in AT&T Stadium (the Dallas Cowboys' home turf) on October 5.
The University of Notre Dame unveiled their uniforms for the 2013 Shamrock Series game against Arizona State which will be played at Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, Texas on October 5th. I am not a big fan of Notre Dame stepping too far away from their original uniforms, but it is hard to not like these new threads. Well done by the athletic department.
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Notre Dame unveiled this year’s version of the “Shamrock Series” jerseys Monday. Designed by Adidas, the Irish will wear the uniforms during their October 5th game against Arizona State at Cowboys Stadium.
We dig the new version with the chrome and green helmet, and actually prefer it to the “Shamrock Series” uniforms ND wore last season against Miami Florida (seen at bottom...
The college football season hasn’t even started, and Notre Dame is already facing difficult decisions for the upcoming year. After their 2012 starting QB, Everett Golston, was suspended for undisclosed violations, coach Brian Kelly was left trying to figure out how to salvage the upcoming season. After all, Golston was the QB who led the unassuming Irish to the national title game...
Notre Dame has a difficult schedule this year following its BCS National Championship Game berth last season. The Irish have road games against Michigan and Stanford and will be tested at home against Michigan State, Oklahoma and USC. However, Brian Kelly is expecting that his team’s most challenging task will come on Jan. 7. There [...]
*cheek squeeze* regarding that last game…
[College Spun via Brian Hamilton]
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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish already have the 2014 BCS national championship game printed out on its schedule. Bold.
Adidas shook sports fans everywhere out of their Monday Morning Blues when it unveiled Notre Dame's slick new TECHFIT look for the Arizona State game.
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