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Notre Dame will face Navy at the home stadium of the Washington Redskins in 2014.
Navy officials announced Thursday that the long-time rivalry will move to FedExField in Landover, Md., on Nov. 1, 2014. The teams last played there in 1998.
The Irish and Midshipmen meet in South Bend on odd years, and on even years the contest is Navy's home game - customarily played at regional NFL venues. The two schools, which have played every year since 1926, met for the 86th time on Sept. 1 at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. Next year's game will take place on Nov. 2 in South Bend.
Navy's football series with Notre Dame, which is the longest continuous intersectional rivalry in college football, had been extended to 2026.
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ESPN has come out and admitted that Rob Parker’s comments on First Take were inappropriate. An ESPN spokesman released the following statement: “The comments were inappropriate and we are evaluating our next steps.” In my opinion ESPN needs to fire Parker for all the racial ignorance that he let come out of his mouth. But I’m sure they’ll just give him a slap on the wrist...
The other day I wrote about two intense Redskins fans who were lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time and caught a game worn helmet from DeAngelo Hall. After Yellow Canoe gave the helmet to his buddy (Matt James), he was able to get it signed by none other than D Hall himself (as seen in the photo above). Matt and Joe attended the Lavar and Dukes show at Velocity...
ESPN commentator Rob Parker really blew up RG3's spot, intended or not. On Thursday’s episode of First Take, Parker walked the interracial line within blackness and putting RG3 out there big time.
Parker ranted about getting to know Griffin before deeming him worthy of being 'down.'
Was there a need to really blow the guy up on national television and also offended...
Washington QB Robert Griffin III is participating in Thursday’s practice, according to Mike Jones.
Griffin reportedly was “a little more aggressive” planting on his injured knee, which obviously a great sign for Week 15 status.
Last night, Griffin mentioned that he feels “really good” about playing on Sunday.
“If I can give the team the best chance to win, then...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III participated in the portion of practice that the media is allowed to see, per Chris Russell of ESPN 980 in Washington D.C.
In the very limited portion of practice that media is allowed to see, Griffin did full stretching exercises including running in a straight line, a sideways shuttle (lateral) drill that would essentially be the...
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly won the FWAA/Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award on Thursday after leading to the Fighting Irish to their first unbeaten regular season since 1988 and a spot in the BCS national championship game.
Kelly, in his third season at Notre Dame, won the award in voting by the 1,200-member Football Writers Association of America. He is the fourth Notre Dame...
Robert Griffin III's knee is looking better.
The Washington Redskins rookie was back at practice Thursday, dealing with the effects of a sprained right knee as the team prepares for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Griffin stretched and made some basic throws during the 20 minutes that the practice was open to reporters. He was still favoring his right leg somewhat...
Earlier today, ESPN’s Rob Parker made some of the most ignorant comments anyone could make during an appearance on Thursday’s First Take.
Parker took things way too far when he questioned whether or not Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is “down for the cause” as a black man.
“I want to find about him,” Parker said. “I don’t know because I keep hearing these...
It’s an attitude that has no place in 2012 but that didn’t stop ESPN talking head Rob Parker from blathering on about it on First Take today. To hold the seemingly antiquated opinion that Robert Griffin may not be sufficiently black is one thing, but to announce it on national TV is foolish, reprehensible and cruel...
Robert Griffin III is 3 for 3 taking part in practice this week
on his sprained right knee.
Injured rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III practiced for a third consecutive day as the Washington Redskins prepared for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Griffin stretched with teammates and appeared to move well on his sprained knee during drills in the team's indoor facility, according to reports. Coach Mike Shanahan has said Griffin's status for Sunday...
ESPN TV-personality, Rob Parker, was suspended today by the network for his insensitive and disparaging racial remarks in regards to Washington Redskins rookie quarterback, Robert Griffin III. Just in case you missed it, here is what Parker said about RGIII “Is he a brother, or is he a cornball brother? … He’s not real. OK, [...]
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