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It’s never too early to start talking about college football. Programs around the country hosting their annual spring games recently makes it that much easier. Fans of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and Navy Midshipmen will have to turn on the televisions earlier than normal to catch their team’s first game of the [...]
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The defending champion Minnesota Lynx didn't have much room on their roster for rookies, so this year's WNBA draft served a future purpose.
Looking ahead for a potential replacement for 41-year-old center Taj McWilliams-Franklin, the Lynx picked Notre Dame's Devereaux Peters with the third overall selection on Monday. They took five other players, but only two of them...
CBS will kick off its college football coverage a few weeks earlier this season, with an early morning matchup between Notre Dame and Navy. The September 1 Notre Dame/Navy college football game from Dublin, Ireland, will air on CBS at 9 AM ET, CBS Sports announced Monday. The primary ‘SEC on CBS’ broadcast team of Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, and Tracy Wolfson will call the...
The kickoff time has been announced for the Emerald Isle Classic in Ireland between Notre Dame and Navy.
Notre Dame announces kickoff time for the Navy game in Dublin at 2 p.m. "local" time. That's 9 a.m. in South Bend and 6 a.m. in Los Angeles.
— Irish Illustrated (@NDatRivals) April 16, 2012
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MINNEAPOLIS With the third pick in the 2012 WNBA draft, the defending champion Lynx selected Notre Dame forward Devereaux Peters. Minnesota's pick followed the Sparks' selection of Stanford's Nneka Ogumike and Seattle's choice of Tennessee's Shekinna Stricklen.
Peters, who was a two-time Big East Defensive Player of the Year and All-Big East First Team member...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has a update on a mid-week visitor, a running back's reaction to an offer and more.
CBS Sports will kick-off its 2012 college football schedule with Notre Dame vs. Navy live from Dublin, Ireland on Saturday, September 1 (9:00 AM, ET/2:00 PM Local Time).
CBS Sports’ lead college football team of Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson and reporter Tracy Wolfson will call the action live from Aviva Stadium.
Go here for the Tracy Wolfson photo gallery.
9 am eastern means...
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame Prep TE Grant Martinez up to five offers now
For Everett (MA) offensive guard John Montelus, his visits to Florida and Notre Dame are quickly approaching. The powerful offensive lineman plans to take advantage of his vacation time by exploring two of the schools that he is receiving interest from.
CBS to Broadcast Live Notre Dame – Navy from Dublin
This week CBS announced that it will be kicking off its college football season by broadcasting the Notre Dame-Navy game live from Dublin, Ireland’s Aviva Stadium.
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Notre Dame’s open practice included an always popular pad-popping, full contact drill designed to teach technique, toughness, and leg drive among its combatants.
Whether or not Marcus Ball earns a scholarship offer from Notre Dame will not change the fact the central Ohio product is honored to be considered by the Irish. Ball spoke with IrishEyes.com following his Saturday visit to campus.
Scottsdale (Ariz.) Notre Dame Prep TE Grant Martinez adds new offer
Four-star cornerback Antwuan Davis of Bastrop (Texas) High made his first trip to Notre Dame this weekend, and he spoke about it with IrishEyes.com.
St. Lucie West Centennial (Port St. Lucie, Fla.) four-star defensive tackle Jaynard Bostwick picked up a Notre Dame offer in the winter, and he updated IrishEyes.com on his recruitment and Notre Dame's interest level.
One player looking to make his first visit to Notre Dame for this weekend's annual Blue Gold Game is Devante Lee. IrishEyes.com spoke with the Chicago native about his interest in the Irish.