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Even with the World Series airing on FOX, ABC attracted the largest audience for a Notre Dame football game in six years Saturday night. The Notre Dame/Oklahoma “Saturday Night Football” game drew a 5.2 final rating and 8.627 million viewers on ABC — actually down a tick in ratings but up 2% in viewership from regional action featuring Stanford/Southern Cal last year (5.3, 8.426M), and up 11% and 13%, respectively, from coverage featuring Southern Cal/Oregon in 2010 (4.7, 7.645M). The [...]
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2007 was the last time that Notre Dame played in a BCS bowl. But with the Fighting Irish sitting at 8-0 and third in the current BCS standings, BCS bowl officials are licking their chops at the thought of Notre Dame and their massive fan base playing in their bowl.
And while Notre Dame fans are hoping for an undefeated season and a chance to play for the National Championship, BCS...
No. 4 Notre Dame returns to South Bend this week to face another common rival the Pittsburgh Panthers. The Irish and Panthers have met 67 times, with Notre Dame holding a 46-20-1 advantage. Pitt is actually the fifth most common opponent ever for Notre Dame behind Navy, Purdue, USC and Michigan State. Notre Dame has beat the Panthers in the past two meetings, The post No...
After a big win versus Oklahoma on Saturday, is it officially time to give Notre Dame their props? The post Notre Dame Is Well On Their Way To Glory appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By TOM COYNE Associated Press Notre Dame nose guard Louis Nix III always seems to find himself at the center of the action.
Whether it's clogging things up along the defensive line for the Fighting Irish or off the field videotaping his latest YouTube segment ''Chocolate News'' that gives fans a behind-the...
Notre Dame received a crucial pledge from top-notch cornerback prospect Cole Luke Thursday, giving the 2013 Irish class an essential threesome at the position. Turning that trio into a quartet might not be a bad idea.
Its survive and advance time for Notre Dame, but improvement over the next three weeks will determine if the 2012 season is special, or merely notable in comparison to the recent past.
Announcing his decision between Nebraska, Notre Dame and Wisconsin at his school Friday morning, four-star Glassboro (NJ) tailback Corey Clement celebrated his 18th birthday by picking Wisconsin. When it came down to the school, the program and him, there wasn't any better place to go.