Found November 08, 2012 on
With all of this heated debate about Notre Dame's unlikely chances at playing for the National Title if there are at least 3 unbeaten teams, I started wondering about where the Irish would land and who they would play. Honestly, I have been so focused on the BCS Championship, that I haven't thought much about "Plan B."
Needless to say, I have some help here in the form of ESPN and their "experts." Let's take a look at how they have been projecting Notre Dame's bowl chances throughout the season...
Pinstripe / Cincinatti
Russell Athletic / Clemson
Pinstripe / UConn
Little Ceasar's / Ohio
Pinstripe / South Florida
Fight Hunger / Arizona St.
Fiesta / West Virginia
Fiesta / Texas
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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says Everett Golson is maturing steadily and growing into the quarterback the Fighting Irish need him to be.
Golson has a powerful arm and quick feet but he also makes mistakes that are sometimes hard to overcome. But the mistakes are dwindling and the big plays are growing. Kelly is counting on him to be a key factor as the Fighting Irish (9-0) try...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on a number of high-level prospects the Irish are recruiting.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly won't talk to his team this week about Boston College's history as a spoiler.
Kelly doesn't like to dwell on history, even at one of the most historic programs in college football.
The fourth-ranked Fighting Irish play at BC on Saturday night. The Eagles are 2-7 with little to play for except the chance to spoil the season for the only other...
The resurgence of the Notre Dame football team has paid off for NBC. Last Saturday’s Pittsburgh/Notre Dame college football game drew a 3.8 final rating and 6.030 million viewers on NBC, up 192% in ratings and 190% in viewership from Maryland/Notre Dame in primetime last year (1.3, 2.077M), and up 138% and 164%, respectively, from Tulsa/Notre Dame in 2010 (1.6, 2.288M). The game...
Notre Dame in the Rose Bowl. It could happen? Or how about Nebraska versus Oklahoma?
Notre Dame added its third pledge to the 2014 recruiting class with the verbal pledge of Brooklyn (NY) Poly Prep lineman Jay Hayes on Wednesday.
HGT: 6-6 WGT: 251
YR: SR POS: TE
Extremely long in length(Long arms)
Excellent ball skill, attacks ball at its highest point
Good get off LOS
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Some members of Notre Dame's recruiting class have seen their seasons end while others are looking to advance in their state playoffs. Check out what each is doing going into the weekend.
Paul Chryst recaps the week of practice coming off the Notre Dame loss, looks forward to UConn.
With a stunning start to the 2012 season, Notre Dame is securing recruits in the 2013 class. Michael Deeb, a middle linebacker from American Heritage (FL), has been committed since June. Deeb discusses his commitment and Irish football this fall.
Irisheyes.com updates its remaining numbers and targets for Notre Dame's 2013 recruiting class. In addition to projections regarding the team's final recruited positions is the additional consideration that other slots could be created by 2013 January enrollees.
Dave Berk is back with his weekly "Five Questions" as Notre Dame head to coach Brian Kelly's hometown looking for their 10th victory of the season.
Spokane (Wash.) Mead tight end Danny Mattingly clarifies his position with Notre Dame and announces an upcoming official visit…
Four-star lineman Jay Hayes of Brooklyn (N.Y.) Poly Prep made his commitment to Notre Dame on Wednesday, and the class of 2014 standout explained why the Irish were the right choice, and why he wanted to end his recruitment so early.