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This isn’t the first time that Notre Dame has added nameplates to their jerseys for a football game. In fact, when they add them for the National Championship game against Alabama on January 7th, 2013 in Miami, it will be the fourth time they have added them to their jerseys.According to ESPN.com, “The Irish had names on their away jerseys in the 2010 Sun Bowl win over Miami and on their home attire last year in the Champs Sports Bowl loss to Florida State.”No mention of when the fourth time was, but it’s safe to assume that it wasn’t recently. I’m sure many Notre Dame fans won’t be thrilled with the addition of the nameplates, but if the Fighting Irish pull out the win, they won’t have anything to complain about.Via: @NDFBEquipment
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This is the jersey Notre Dame will wear in the BCS Championship game against Alabama, according to Notre Dame's equipment manager, Ryan Grooms.
Obviously there aren't any surprises here, and Notre dame will continue the tradition of wearing their names on the back for bowl games.
For only the fourth time in school history Notre Dame will have player’s names on their jerseys for when they take on Alabama in the BCS National Championship game. The decision will no doubt be a controversial one in ND traditionalists minds, but it is kind of nice to see players getting the love in a game which will most likely break a great deal of viewership records. It shouldn’t...
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Well, the rigors of a college football season is over and we have our two teams set to duke it out for the BCS National Championship Game in Miami. In one corner, we have the surprising Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who were unranked when their season began back in Dublin, Ireland. In the other corner, [...]
Five star Greg Bryant from Florida, the number two running back in the country according to Rivals, has committed to Notre Dame after his official visit to the Irish this past weekend.
Greg Bryant Sr. confirms with me that his son Greg Bryant has committed to Notre Dame. notredame.247sports.com/Article/Four-s… via @247sports #Irish #ND
— Steve Wiltfong (@SWiltfong247...
Notre Dame came onto the recruiting scene late for Greg Bryant, bit didn’t take the Irish long to lock down a commitment from the 2013 running back. Bryant wasn’t expecting to commit when he left for his Notre Dame official visit, but he just couldn’t resist when he saw what the program had to offer. Bryant breaks down his decision right here.
Notre Dame now holds ALL of its rivalry trophies. Thanks to ND Tex from Her Loyal Sons for sending me this tweet. This is just beautiful:
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— NDtex (@HLS_NDtex) December 11, 2012
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