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Cue the “who cut the cheese” jokes. A Twitter user named Aaron Frucci snapped a photo of Notre Dame’s Leprechaun mascot – made of cheese. I have no idea why this was done, but it’s fantastic nonetheless.
ND cheese display @darrenrovell pic.twitter.com/QiOn0UWvQd
— Aaron Frucci (@ThumpMSU) September 15, 2013
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Last month, Notre Dame unveiled special white and gold uniforms for its 2013 Shamrock Series game vs. Arizona State. The uniforms were very well received by Fighting Irish fans, and the new helmet design drew particularly rave views — here’s what it looks like, for a refresher:
Photo via @NDFBEquipment
But recently, we came across one of the helmets that was supposedly a possibility...
Every time I see an example of college football players enjoying the game for what it is or just have some good ole fashioned fun--well, I dig it. I can only imagine the pressure that some of these 18-22 year old kids are put under by the fans, alumni, coaching staff, fellow students, and media. The spotlight is intense.
So when I see them have fun--like Notre Dame does with...
Last Monday was a very sad day for Notre Dame fans. Not only were the Fighting Irish faithful still mourning a loss to Michigan, but the team decided to cancel Trick Shot Monday — the players deemed it a privilege that had to be earned by winning.
Thankfully, the Irish took care of Purdue this weekend, and Trick Shot Monday has returned — here’s this week’s video:
A whole wheel of cheese, carved into the shape of Notre Dame's leprechaun mascot? How'd you do that? In fact, we're not even mad. That's amazing.
The Notre Dame defense is looking nothing like the dominant squad that led the Fighting Irish into the national championship game a season ago.
A quarter of the way into the season, the 22nd-ranked Fighting Irish (2-1) are giving up 23.5 points a game, nearly double last year's average of 12.8, and are surrendering 411 yards a game after holding opponents to 306 yards a game...
BC reader & Purdue fan Mel sent us this video earlier today with a very specific message for Notre Dame dancing lady.
Cornerback Rashard Causey of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) University School explains where the Irish is on his list of favorites after picking up a Notre Dame offer.
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Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly addressed the media following his team's 31-24 comeback win in West Lafayette.
Scores and stats of Notre Dame commits from the weekend.
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Another week in the books and another week lives up to the hype that is college football. Bama got their revenge even though Johnny Football did his thing. Notre Dame played like Notre Dame when it mattered to get the W. Nebraska looked like they were going to destroy UCLA, but then they played the [&hellip(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)The post NCB PICK EM RESULTS – WEEK...
Get live updates from Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly's weekly Tuesday press conference.
Our first film review of Saturday's contest examines Notre Dame's defensive effort: the good (adjustments), the bad (early screen passes) and the troubling (tackling through three games).