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Suspended QB Everett Golson will not be enrolling at Notre Dame this semester, Dennis Dodd is reporting.
Golson who helped lead the Irish to the National Championship game last year, was suspended for” poor academic judgement.” Coach Brian Kelly has left the door open for his return next season but for now the team will go with Tommy Rees
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Everett Golson won't be playing for Notre Dame during the fall, but he'll keep his QB skills sharp while training with the quarterback guru.
Linebacker Dan Fox might embody the difference in Notre Dame's defense this season.
Fox is taking over the linebacker spot left vacant by Manti Te'o, moving over a spot.
The 6-3, 245-pound graduate student from Rocky River, Ohio, isn't as flashy as Te'o and doesn't jump around like last year's Heisman Trophy runner-up. But the No. 14 Irish are counting on...
Notre Dame extended a scholarship offer to Matt Ryan of New Rochelle Iona Prep.
Ryan confirmed a visit is already in the works to see South Bend.
"I plan to visit Notre Dame in early August," he said. "I'm not sure of any other visits right now."The 6-foot-6, 197-pound guard also has offers from Arizona State and Providence.
In another push to bring more live content to its cable sports network, NBC will produce an on-site pregame show for Notre Dame football games this fall to air predominantly on NBCSN.
Today NBC will announce plans for a pregame show originating from Notre Dame Stadium prior to the broadcast of every Fighting Irish home game this year. The versatile Liam McHugh will serve...
The Miami men's basketball team will play host to ACC games against Florida State, Duke, Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame in the 2013-14 season.
Miami will defend its ACC championship with a revamped roster that will include a completely new starting lineup. But the home ACC schedule is loaded with must-see games.
The Hurricanes will open ACC play at home against Virginia...
Notre Dame junior safety Matthias Farley talks about the strides he's made as a player at Notre Dame, the impact of freshmen Cole Luke and Jaylon Smith and his leadership role on an experienced defense.
Notre Dame cornerback Bennett Jackson discusses the development of the secondary within the past year, his role this year as captain, and the firepower on offense he's faced in fall camp.
Notre Dame cornerbacks coach Kerry Cooks discusses the growth of the cornerbacks, the player he has in true freshman Cole Luke, and the development of sophomore KeiVarae Russell.
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In July of 2013, Syracuse, Pittsburgh and Notre Dame officially left the Big East to join the ACC, taking the conference to 15 members. The addition of the three programs should greatly improve the already-impressive basketball roster, making it arguably the best college basketball conference ever assembled. Today, we finally got a look...
You don't usually end the regular season undefeated and ranked No. 1, and then need to pick up the pieces to start the next season. It was as if Notre Dame won every hand of poker and then went all-in with a pair of twos, losing it all, and more.
Let's see, not only did Alabama manhandle Notre Dame in the national championship game, but also Manti Te'o's girlfriend...
Matt Rhule named Connor Reilly his starting quarterback Thursday for the opener at Notre Dame at Temple's Media Day. Listen to comments from Rhule on the decision, playing the Fighting Irish and the upcoming season as well as interviews with Reilly, quarterback Juice Granger, defensive tackle Levi Brown, H-back Chris Coyer, center Kyle Friend and cornerback Anthony Robey.
Notre Dame defensive coordinator Bob Diaco met with the press at the annual Media Day event in South Bend. Check out what he had to say inside on IrishEyes.
After decommitting from Notre Dame yesterday, Charlotte (N.C.) Catholic running back Elijah Hood is ready to move forward with his recruitment.
The Irish, why do they fight? Our court jester explores Notre Dame and four other squads smack in the middle of the polls as we count 'em down from 25 to 1.