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Excited to have Pitt, Syracuse and Notre Dame joining the ACC? Because the mascots of each of the three schools sure are.
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Last night, all the ACC mascots decided to go party in up in New York City on the eve of conference realignment. However, now it’s July 1st and these guys are back to being rivals.
Leprechauns are mischievous creatures, especially the ones from Notre Dame. Today, the Fighting Irish leprechaun decided to send a message to Syracuse’s mascot, Otto the Orange:
We told @ndtheleprechaun...
This shirt emerged on Reddit when a user said that his father wore it to a Notre Dame-Purdue game in the 1980s. Not only is the shirt inappropriate, but it is hilarious. I wonder if the reemergence of this shirt will inspire current Boilermaker students to create a newer version of the shirt.
Being cross-state rivals, it’s not surprising that the respective fan bases of the Purdue Boilermakers and Notre Dame Fighting Irish football teams have engaged in a series of one-upmanship over the years. And while Notre Dame has held the upper hand in the quest for Indiana college football supremacy throughout the rivalry, a shirt from [...]The post Purdue shirt has Notre Dame...
Notre Dame got by BYU in a battle of independent programs in 2012 on their way to a BCS title shot. Photo: USA Today Sports
Crystal Ball Run will be previewing each conference for the 2013 season with week-by-week coverage. Today we continue our 2013 conference previews with a look at the independent programs.
We have been spending time over the past weeks detailing each...
The Notre Dame Leprechaun enjoys an orange right in front of Syracuse's Otto the Orange. The horror! Can't someone find him a granola bar to snack on?
July is upon us and that means that Notre Dame, Syracuse, and Pitt have officially joined the ACC. Other than the fact I need to update the banner on my site, not much is going to change. We'll cover the ACC like we have since I started this website back in October of 2004, but we're excited to have some new material.
We've already been posting great content from...
The ACC officially expanded to 15 teams today as Notre Dame, Syracuse, and Pittsburgh were welcomed into the league. Fighting Irish basketball coach Mike Brey was in New York City for the press conference and says Notre Dame is excited for what’s to come.
On the first day with new members Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame, the ACC took to New York City to promote the newly enlarged conference.
Part II of Hickey's Big Board update focuses on Notre Dame's top defensive targets.