Found November 27, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- As Andrew Hendrix held court next to an equipment truck late Saturday, the Stanford band made its way up a nearby incline. Its drums thumped heartily and inspired the Notre Dame quarterback to apologize for essentially shouting all his replies.
BEST OF MAXIM
It may not have been pretty, but Stanford got the job done in its final game of the regular
season, beating rival Notre Dame 28-14. The victory ensured that the Cardinal retains its position
as one of the top contenders for an at-large spot in the Bowl Championship Series.
Friday night’s game at the Tacoma Dome between the #3 O’Dea Fighting Irish and the #5 Camas Papermakers lived up to all the hype. O’Dea came into tonight’s game with one of the top rushing attacks in the state led by Jayshawn Jordan, Tatum Taylor and Jomari Brooks. Camas’ defense came to play tonight and made O’Dea fight for every yard.
In the first half Camas came out...
Natalie Novosel banked in a shot from the foul line with under a second left to lift No. 4 Notre Dame to a 56-54 win over seventh-ranked Duke in the Junkanoo Jam final on Saturday night. Skylar Diggins scored 19 points and Novosel had 15 for the Irish (5-1), who rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit.
PALO ALTO, Calif. -- For teams without any championship potential left in their respective seasons, Notre Dame and Stanford had a curious abundance of things to gain when they met Saturday night.
Unsatisfied with how his team was coming together on a very literal level, Notre Dame coach Mike Brey gathered his team Saturday so they would learn how to...well, gather.
Duke vs. Notre Dame at 8 PM
Disappointed that we didn't come here to get the victory. We didn't come here to get the second prize. We came hereto get the win. Nobody in that locker room is happy with the outcome.
Our weekly post-game review of Notre Dame's key players and plays, notable numbers and quotes, and its crucial turning points during Saturday’s season-ending defeat at Stanford.