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Irisheyes.com unearths five key statistical indicators in Notre Dame's 10-0 start.
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Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o says the game Saturday against Wake Forest is one of the primary reasons he came back for his senior season.
Te'o says after seeing how much senior day meant to his teammates and their parents last season, he decided he had to return to Notre Dame so he and his parents could experience that same joy.
Te'o said he expects his parents...
The third-ranked Fighting Irish have needed overtime twice and haven't won a game at Notre Dame Stadium by more than a touchdown, yet are still a win away from their first perfect home season in 14 years.
The Irish (10-0) need a win over Wake Forest (5-5) on Saturday to improve to 6-0 at home, the same record it had under coach Bob Davie in 1998.
Since then, the Irish had a...
BC should preserve this game in some sort of time capsule. That way if future BC fans want to know what life was like under Spaz, they'll have the perfect example in this game. You had a fanbase and a team dying to compete and win (to the point that players were crying), yet we had an ineffective offense, breakdowns on defense and got overpowered in the trenches. As we move on...
Mission Viejo (Calif.) four-star safety Max Redfield says his trip to Seattle this past weekend was a good one, but it will take more than that for a program to take the lead in his recruitment away from the Irish.
Knute Rockne is rolling over in his grave.
With three weeks (plus Army-Navy) left in the college football regular season, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are 10-0. Yet barring a loss from one of the top two, they will be left out of the national championship game it appears regardless of whether or not they run the table. Now with college football having the most outdated and corrupt...
Galion (Ohio) junior wide receiver-defensive back Dareian Watkins talks about his trip to Michigan on Saturday and his change in visit plans for this weekend.
Notre Dame running back commit Jamel James is back from a hamstring injury and helped Cinco Ranch High (Katy, Texas) into the playoffs, and he can be seen in action here during the regular season.
A look at how Notre Dame's committed players fared on the gridiron this past weekend.
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly touched on a variety of topics at his weekly Tuesday press conference. Among those discussed: the opportunity to finish undefeated at home for the first time since 1998; potential post-season opportunities for Bob Diaco, self-evaluation of the head man in his third season, and a recruiting bump for a reason foreign to the program over the last two decades.
With his commitment to Notre Dame made, 2013 DE Isaac Rochell is focused on a Georgia state championship. After winning the region, Rochell discusses his verbal commitment along with others still pursuing.
The Spokane (Wash.) Mead tight end, Danny Mattingly, is a Notre Dame commit but is still getting a lot of attention from UCLA...