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*cheek squeeze* regarding that last game…
[College Spun via Brian Hamilton]
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Like many of you out there, I love football. I can't begin to express how glad I am that the game is getting closer and closer to a return. I'm so happy for it that when I turned on my computer and saw the video of South Carolina's Jadaveon Clowney and another player flipping a sled I thought 'cool!'
The clip has made its way around the web already, but not...
Today, was the beginning of the college football season press conference for Brian Kelly and Notre Dame football. Obviously, last year’s starting QB Everett Golson is not a part of the team anymore. But when you lead a team to be 12-1, you’re still in the hearts of minds of your fans.
With all the off-the-field issues and bad publicity surrounding the program, especially about...
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says a new contract for him is imminent.
Kelly says the basic deal for a contract has been in place since December, when the Irish were preparing for the BCS title game against Alabama.
Kelly also said Friday that the Irish know that last year's success won't help them win this year, but he hopes the culture that the team is developing will...
Tommy Rees believes he's ready to make the most of his second chance as Notre Dame's starting quarterback.
Rees doesn't like the fact it took Everett Golson, who helped the Fighting Irish get to the national championship game a year ago, being suspended by the university for a semester for him to get the job. But the senior from Lake Forest, Ill., wants to take advantage...
Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly, like any good college football coach, believes in his kids. Earlier, we showed you the team’s posted schedule, which includes the 2014 BCS National Championship Game. But he also seems more confident in his squad’s ability to score points this year. The reason? Tommy Rees.
Yep, the same Tommy Rees who couldn’t crack the starting lineup last season...
Notre Dame’s football independence, which allows the school to pick and choose exactly which teams it wants to play each year, often leads to some extremely difficult schedules. This season, the Irish play the likes of Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Arizona State, USC, BYU and Stanford – among others. But the Irish can never seem to schedule an SEC opponent...
The college football season hasn’t even started, and Notre Dame is already facing difficult decisions for the upcoming year. After their 2012 starting QB, Everett Golston, was suspended for undisclosed violations, coach Brian Kelly was left trying to figure out how to salvage the upcoming season. After all, Golston was the QB who led the unassuming Irish to the national title game...
Notre Dame has a difficult schedule this year following its BCS National Championship Game berth last season. The Irish have road games against Michigan and Stanford and will be tested at home against Michigan State, Oklahoma and USC. However, Brian Kelly is expecting that his team’s most challenging task will come on Jan. 7. There [...]
Linebacker Richard Yeargin of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School talks about his commitment to Notre Dame, who the Irish beat out to land him, and what message he has for the fans.
I sat down in front of my computer about a week ago and I felt nothing. I had every intention of writing a story about something about Notre Dame football and something about something about the preseason. Something. I don't quite remember. I felt empty, I had no emotion, and I was completely disconnected.
I shook it off as just "real life" creeping into my blog...
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish already have the 2014 BCS national championship game printed out on its schedule. Bold.
Richard Yeargin committed to Notre Dame. What does this mean for the Fighting Irish?
Notre Dame made a move on Fort Wayne Carroll (Ind.) 4-star LB Drue Tranquill today. A Purdue commit, his trainer at AWP talks about where he's at.
Notre Dame landed a commitment from San Mateo, Calif., in defensive end Matt Dickerson, and he spoke about it with FOXSportsNEXT.
Irish head coach Brian Kelly held a press conference Friday, and he spoke about Notre Dame moving forward from the successful 2012 season by building off of it.