Found February 26, 2013 on Gamedayr:
Notre Dame's Manti Te'o disappointed at the 2013 NFL Combine. Instead of owning up to it, however, Te'o made excuses, which has to thrill NFL scouts and executives.

Notre Dame, NFL Network’s Alex Flanagan: photos and bio

Alex Flanagan has probably interviewed Manti Te’o plenty of times. We’re all sick of hearing about Te’o, but we could use more talk about Alex Flanagan. You’ve seen her on NFL Network as a reporter/anchor. And she’s the sideline reporter for NBC’s Notre Dame broadcasts. She is….Alex Flanagan. Alex Flanagan started her career in college as a student intern at KVOA-TV...

Fighting Irish In The Game For Booker

Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary linebacker Dante Booker earlier stated he wanted to check out Notre Dame a little closer, and the four-star standout has done exactly that. Booker was in South Bend recently to meet with the Fighting Irish coaching staff.

Where Are They Now? Germaine Holden

Like many others who had watched Notre Dame play on television or heard about its legendary football program, South Carolina native Germaine Holden took a leap of faith when he decided to enroll at the university in South Bend, Ind.. A four year defensive starter for the Irish, Holden thrived under head coach Lou Holtz The post Where Are They Now? Germaine Holden appeared first on No Coast Bias.

On Rough Weekend For CBS, Cincinnati/Notre Dame Earns 0.5 Overnight

With Cincinnati/Notre Dame bringing up the rear, CBS had a rough weekend of college basketball coverage. CBS earned an extremely low 0.5 overnight rating for Sunday’s Cincinnati/Notre Dame men’s college basketball game, down 55% from [...]

NFL team asks a prospect if he likes girls

Many NFL teams are still trying to find out if former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o is gay, but the problem is they can’t ask him since they could be sued for discrimination. Aside from head injuries, another problem with the NFL is their lack of tolerance for diversity when it comes to a player’s sexual preference. According to former Colorado tight end Nick Kasa, an NFL...

Manti Te’o officially runs a 4.82 forty-yard dash

Former Notre Dame linebacker clocked a 4.80 and 4.81 unofficiall forty-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine today. The NFL just announced that Te’o's official time is 4.82. LBs official 40-yard dash time are in: Manti Te’o ran a 4.82 #NFLCombine — NFL Media PR (@InsideNFLMedia) February 25, 2013 Te’o looked stiff and lacked explosiveness.  While...

Highly touted RB gets Irish offer

Sophomore running back Damien Harris of Barea (Ky.) Madison Southern was offered by Notre Dame on Tuesday. His head coach explains what kind of player Harris is, who his leaders are, when he'll make a decision, and if a Notre Dame visit is in his future.

Video: Lewis-Moore at Combine

Notre Dame defensive lineman Kapron Lewis-Moore talks about his NFL Combine experience and his recovery inside.

Strength in Numbers

A quartet of big men have reshaped Notre Dame's identity as tournament time approaches.

Dancing, Now What?

At 22-6, 10-5 in one of the nation's most competitive conferences, Notre Dame is assured of a fourth straight NCAA Tournament berth for the first time in nearly a quarter-century.

Hubbard a Dual-Sport Threat?

Moeller (OH) junior Sam Hubbard may have committed to play lacrosse at Notre Dame, but that hasn't stopped schools from trying to get him onto the gridiron. Check out where he stands in his recruitment for both sports.
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