Posted March 04, 2013 on notredame.scout.com
Six games, one week, plenty of possibilities. Notre Dame can earn a double bye in the conference tournament if just two scenarios involving three teams and six games fall into place. The least likely of the pending pair to come to fruition is completely within their control.
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