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Jay Bilas is one of the announcers that is not going to shy away from his opinion. During Thursday night’s Notre Dame-Marquette game in the Big East Tournament, Bilas took a shot at the Adidas designed jerseys.
Bilas, Bill Raferty and Sean McDonough were also critical of the white uniforms that ND wore for their first-round game.
Here’s the shoes that helped fuel Notre Dame to a upset victory over Marquette. [The Big Lead]
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As the Cincinnati Bearcats unfortunately were forced to do on Wednesday in spectacular nightmare fuel fashion, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish also debuted the team’s Zubaz-inspired new basketball uniforms designed by adidas during a appearance in the Big East Tournament. And again, much like the Bearcats, the Fighting Irish’s new duds were awful, just awful. I mean really ugly...
Jay Bilas, Bill Raftery and Sean McDonough rip on Notre Dame's lime-green "Zubaz" adidas uniforms during the Big East tournament.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish were outfitted in adidas' Zubaz gear for the Big Easy Tourney, and ESPN's Jay Bilas is, well, amused.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish took the basketball court at Madison Square Garden on Thursday for a Big East Tournament quarterfinals showdown against the Marquette Golden Eagles. And while the Irish were able to rally and beat the Golden Eagles to reach the semifinals, the talk surrounding the game revolved around the retina-scarring, rods-and-cones-damaging, garish green jerseys...
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish sported neon green, Zubaz unis against Marquette, and the world of Twitter was unimpressed.
It’s no secret that I hate college basketball until the games actually mean something. You give me tournament action and my ass is firmly planted on a couch watching hours of college teams shoot 35% from the field. That time is here.
Is it possible for a college team to score 89-95 points in a game? It’s impossible, right? You turn on the Big East tournament and some 7-foot white...
Notre Dame faces Top 25 test in Big East quarters.
NEW YORK – Rutgers went down fighting against No. 24 Notre Dame in a 69-61 loss to the Fighting Irish in the second round of the Big East tournament. Led by a career-high 18 points from senior Austin Johnson, Rutgers outscored Notre Dame in the second half but could not overcome a 14-point halftime deficit.
Notre Dame and Ohio State will meet Dec. 21 in the final game of the second annual Gotham Classic at Madison Square Garden.
Notre Dame, which will be playing its first season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and Ohio State, which tied for second in the Big Ten this season, will both play three games on campus before heading for New York, it was announced Thursday by the Gazelle...
NEW YORK - Cardinal Authority is court side as the University of Louisville men's basketball team opens play in the Big East Tournament on Friday night. Come chat with us during the U of L vs. Notre Dame game at 9 p.m.
Notre Dame has never played in the Big East Championship game, a national showcase event played Saturday night at Madison Square Garden. Standing in the way of that elusive goal is the best of six semi-finals foes the Irish have faced.
On Feb. 4, 2012, Notre Dame freshman Pat Connaughton dropped 23 points on Marquette as the Fighting Irish upset the No. 15 Golden Eagles. More of the same was seen from Connaughton on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Marquette was unable to kindle the fire from their hot start to the game and fell victim to a 73-65 loss.
An evening removed from a contested battle and 69-61 win vs. Rutgers, Notre Dame continues its final Big East Tournament appearance with a prime time (9 p.m. ET) rematch against No. 3 seed Marquette, a team that jumped on the Irish early and held on late just two weeks ago.
Underdog Notre Dame roared back from a huge early deficit for the second time this season to again win going away, 73-65 over No. 3 seed Marquette Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
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