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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly believes the 21st-ranked Fighting Irish need to cut down on missed opportunities when they play Purdue on Saturday.
The Irish failed to score twice from inside the 20-yard line against Michigan in the fourth quarter, an area that Kelly focused on before the season. Two games in, the Irish are tied for 111th in red zone offense, converting on just four...
There’s probably a good chance Eminem doesn’t remember this interview let alone being at the Michigan game come tomorrow morning.
This comes after the Detroit area rapper gave one of the more awkward interviews to Kirk Herbstreit and Brian Musburger coming out of halftime during the Notre Dame/Michigan game.
I guess what he calls live television I call weed. It’s a hell of a drug.
A girl standing on the sidelines of the Notre Dame-Michigan game got rocked when a Fighting Irish tight end was shoved out of bounds by a Michigan defender.
Although the Michigan Wolverine’s took care of business this past Saturday night against the Fighting Irish, the football team ultimately ended up sharing part of the spotlight for the night. Because of the performance their band put on and a special message from the biggest pop star on the planet.
Beyonce checked in with the Michigan fans before the half-time show which subsequently...
NoCoastBias senior staff writer Lisa Kelly, recently published Notre Dame football author, is hosting a book signing event and Q&A with three Notre Dame football (88 national championship) greats! Join Lisa and the guys in Chicago at Racine Plumbing on Saturday, September 14th for an “Echoes From the End Zone: The Men We Became” book (Visited 3 times, 3 visits today)The post...
The Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry brings out of all of the biggest stars in music, apparently. First, Beyonce appeared on the Jumbotron in the Big House supporting the Wolverines - now Eminem has shown up in the ESPN broadcast booth to chat about the release of his new video, “Berzerk.”
Never thought I’d see the day — Eminem was one of the most awkward interviews of all time...
So first, let me apologize for being completely off the blogging bandwagon. I want to promise that it will get better (as I have in basically every post for the last 4 months), but I have no idea if that's true. Now that the bar is done, all my energy has been focused on getting a job, which will remain my number one priority until I have one. That being said, I do have some...
Tweet During their prime time broadcast of Michigan vs. Notre Dame — which also happens to be Notre Dame’s final appearance at the Big House — ESPN decided to host hometown hip-hop legend Eminem at halftime during their telecast. And we thank them: Brent Musburger deserves an Emmy for holding it together while Eminem looked […]
You knew it had to happen, right?
NMA is back and at it again, this time recapping the Michigan-Notre Dame game and Eminem’s appearance on ESPN at halftime. My personal favorite portion of the video is at the very end when they show an animated Manti Te’o leaving with the ghost of Lennay Kekua. Somehow poking fun at Te’o for getting catfished hasn’t managed to die yet.
Lee Corso certainly knows how to keep things interesting on the College GameDay set. Sometimes I think he doesn’t pick teams based on who he thinks will win, but which pick will help him do something crazy on set. This you have to see to believe.
Michigan defeated Notre Dame 41-30 in their Under the Lights II spectacle in Ann Arbor. Here are GBW's best shots from Saturday night.
The Michigan defense did give up over 300-yards passing to the Notre Dame offense in Saturday’s 41-30 win. On Tuesday, defensive coordinator Greg Mattison said there was a reason behind that, also touching on the lack of pass rush vs. the Irish, James Ross, Jake Ryan, and more (VIDEO included).
In an era when coaches' contracts have the permanence of takeout
food, can't Notre Dame tear up its agreement with the ACC? Do
college football fans want to watch the Fighting Irish play Duke or
N.C. State, when it means we can't see what we just savored on