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Kyle Brindza, Notre Dame's first full-time triple-threat specialist since the early 1990s, welcomes pressure as a place-kicker, punter, and kick-off specialist.
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University of Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich was a guest speaker to the Louisville Rotary club on Thursday afternoon. Jurich talked about many things during his speech, including paying college players, Louisville’s 2013 basketball championship, the move to the ACC and Teddy Bridgewater’s rise to fame.
One comment from his speech that stood out to me the most was what...
This is a GIF masterpiece if there ever was one. Brady Hoke as Fred Flintstone, clocking out on Notre Dame forever.
The best part of having intense rivalries is so that the general public gets to see videos like this and the prank video involving the South Carolina and Clemson fans. This Notre Dame fan lost his bet, but he sure owned up to it and put on quite a show. I’m sure getting the winged helmet painted onto his bald head and singing “Hail To The Victors” was one of the worst moments...
First off, apologies for the late posting of the Handsome Hour for this week. A number of travel and work-related obstacles prevented me from editing and then posting the Handsome Hour. However, the good news is that even if you can't listen to this before the game, there's still plenty to enjoy. It's marinated and tenderized and ready for your consumption. Ways to enjoy...
Well, we know from Saturday night that Notre Dame football was once again very overrated this summer. What else is new? The Michigan Wolverines gave ND a pretty big beat down under the lights on national television. UM showed us that Notre Dame football in 2013 will definitely not be Notre Dame football in 2012.
That defense is a shell of what it once was, as it was gashed badly...
This Notre Dame fan lost a bet after Michigan beat up on his Fighting Irish, forcing him to sing Hail to the Victors on video.
One year away from a hiatus, the Notre Dame/Michigan rivalry earned its highest television rating since resuming in 2002. The penultimate meeting between Notre Dame and Michigan earned a 5.3 U.S. rating and 8.7 million […]
The Anti-Preview is still a little sore. Life got a little rougher last week after Notre Dame's 41-30 loss to Michigan. The Irish went up to Ann Arbor and looked completely outplayed, outcoached, and outclassed (ouch that last one really hurts to say).
At any rate, the season doesn't end in week two and there are still a lot of things that this team can accomplish. What...
Purdue defensive coordinator Greg Hudson is eager to face Notre Dame, his alma mater.
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By TOM COYNE Associated Press Notre Dame running back Amir Carlisle calls it an ''interesting, fun dynamic'' that he will be facing Purdue on Saturday, where his father is the football team's director of sports performance.
More important to Carlisle: He says it's a must-win for the 21st-ranked Irish (1-1) following their...
Could Notre Dame safety target Payton Hendrix of Dallas (Texas) Bishop Dunne be eyeing a fall commitment date?
Purdue coach Marcus Freeman looks ahead to the Notre Dame game.
Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees has challenged the Boilermakers each time the two rivals have taken the field. There's no questioning that those in the Purdue locker room have great respect for Notre Dame's quarterback.
Notre Dame travels to Purdue on Saturday and IrishEyes.com publisher Tim O'Malley has all the latest leading up to the game in our latest podcast.
Broken down inside are the prospects left on the 2014 radar for Notre Dame on the defensive side of the ball. Key updates include middle linebacker Jaylen Johnson, safety Payton Hendrix and Andrew Williams.