Found October 08, 2011 on
South Bend, Ind. isn't really close to the Northeast. If you were to rent an RV from Boston and drive the roughly 900 miles separating the two regions, it would take about 15 hours. Sure, making frequent trips between the Northeast and Indiana will no doubt be an adjustment, but the tradeoff is much better. In return for constant flights, Notre Dame and the premier teams in Hockey East will have a chance to play against teams of fairly equal talent levels. First off, the Fighting Irish are a top-tiered team and -- U.S. Hockey College Online ranked the Fighting...
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Notre Dame defensive end Ethan Johnson was held out of Saturday's game against Air Force with a sprained right ankle.
Johnson, a 6-foot-4, 300-pound senior from Portland, Ore., was injured early in last week's win at Purdue and wore a protective boot on the ankle as he walked on the field out of uniform Saturday.
He was replaced in the starting lineup Saturday by freshman...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – With the end zone drawing achingly close at the end of a galvanizing fourth-quarter dash, Andrew Hendrix peeked over his shoulder and instantly underscored two notions: One, that the Notre Dame sophomore quarterback has much to learn.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- If there were blemishes in Notre Dame's effort against Purdue last weekend, they were masked in the voracious beating the Irish applied to their opponent, a turnover-free runaway that represented the cleanest effort of the year.
In searching for a way to get the good kind of explosiveness on punt returns, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly trotted out an option Saturday he previously downplayed: Handing Michael Floyd the job.
Behind a strong defensive effort and a impressive game from junior goalkeeper Jessica Janosz (Ringwood, N.J.), Rutgers women’s soccer (7-6-2, 2-4-2) notched a 0-0 draw with RV Notre Dame (7-5-3, 4-2-2) Sunday afternoon at Yurcak Field.
FN Contributor Jarrod Argobright examines five things that can be taken from Notre Dame's victory Saturday afternoon over the Air Force Academy