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Our mid-week update looks at Cierre Wood's late-season surge, the stunning statistical prowess of Robert Woods and Marqise Lee, and Notre Dame's next man in at defensive end next fall.
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Notre Dame junior RB Cierre Wood announced through social media that Saturday was his final home game at Notre Dame Stadium.This likely means Wood plans on leaving for the NFL after this season. Head coach Brian Kelly is very good at keeping his top players, convincing them to finish all four years of eligibility rather than leave early, but Wood will have already graduated prior...
Notre Dame Football enters the final week of their season ranked #1 in the AP since 1993, and the first time ever in the BCS era.
Against the University of Southern California this Saturday at the Coliseum, all that is on the line is a shot at the National Championship. No biggie, right?
I mean, this is a Trojans team who started the season at the very spot the Irish are trying...
We all knew it was coming. Notre Dame is back! On the SI cover that is. The Fighting Irish play USC this weekend during rivalry week and a victory locks up a BCS National Title game berth. The cover looks cool and all but my question is: does the jinx still apply if there isn’t The post Photo: Notre Dame Sports Illustrated Cover appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Lane Kiffin is known for many things. Draw your own conclussions. However, he is known for holding is cards close regarding discussing player injuries. And now, here's this. Yesterday's practive video shows freshman quarterback Matt Wittek taking snaps preparing to be the starter for Saturday's game with Notre Dame. That's fine, no problem at all. Starter Matt Barkley...
Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly The following list are the semi-finalist candidates for the Maxwell Football Club Collegiate Coach of the Year Award as announced by MFC President Ron Jaworski on Monday November 19: MFC Collegiate Coach of the Year Semi-Finalists Dave Doeren, Northern Illinois 10-1 Sonny Dykes, Louisiana Tech 9-2 Darrell Hazell, Kent State 10-1 Brian Kelly, Notre...
Sports Illustrated will be featuring this Notre Dame cover art on this weeks edition.
A bit much in my opinion, but I’m hoping the SI cover jinx comes true.
In honor of Notre Dame's last game of the season against Southern Cal, I think we owe it to the entire ND Nation to have a good old-fashioned Haiku Throwdown.
I'll start off with a few, and then of course, you may continue this holy work in the comment section below.
Do it, or I will have your eyes cut out.
Irish invade LA
Taking back the Jewels
This is how the bookies are likely to see a UGA vs. Notre Dame national championship game.
Notre Dame Rankings:
Combined Total: 8th
The Irish have played 3 defenses in the Top 25 (BYU, Stanford, Michigan St.) and they have played 1 offense ranked in the Top 25 (Oklahoma). Next week they will face the 8th ranked offense (albeit, most...
Seal of the University of North Dakota (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The University of North Dakota travels to South Bend, Indiana to play Notre Dame in a two game nonconference series at Compton Family Ice Arena on November 23 and 24.
North Dakota (5-3-1, 3-1-2 WCHA) #7 USCHO and #7 USA Today Polls versus Notre Dame #6 USCHO and #6 USA Today Poll (8-3-0, 5-1-0 WCHA...
Thanksgiving weekend 1964, undefeated Notre Dame came to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum ranked no. 1 and led by eventual 1964 Heisman winner John Huarte. USC entered the game unranked at 7-3 (AP only ranked the top 10 teams in ’64) led by captain Craig Fertig and 1965 Heisman winner Mike Garrett. Notre Dame took [...]
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly discusses the new triggerman for Troy, a few sage words of advice received from Irish legends, and the absence of any (different) pressure for the now top-ranked Irish.
Notre Dame's senior class and a handful of 5th-year seniors enjoyed individual successes prior to the 2012 season. Their performance since its outset guarantees those efforts will be remembered for decades to come.
Four-star offensive lineman John Montelus' official visit to Notre Dame was important for one enormous reason, and the Irish commit explained why.