Posted August 29, 2012 on
A look at how Notre Dame's committed players fared on the gridiron last week.
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Golf Channel analyst David Feherty will be appearing at Saturday's Notre Dame-Navy football game from Dublin, Ireland. Feherty's role will apparently be to "ask fans if they can figure out American football" according to USA Today.
This is an... intriguing idea from the people at CBS, but I'm really not sure how it's going to come across on...
Throughout the late 1980s and early 90s, Notre Dame was a perennial NCAA football powerhouse. Since then, not so much. The Fighting Irish have mixed in a few successful seasons over the past 20 years but have been unable to maintain their status as one of the best teams in the country. They have not won more than seven games in a season since 2006, but current commentator and former...
Player development was an intangible that, three years ago, gave Brian Kelly hope for success with Notre Dame‘s relatively uncultivated bumper crop of football recruits. While dealing from the bottom — or maybe even the middle — of the talent deck, Kelly found winning formulas at Grand Valley, Central Michigan and Cincinnati. It’s put-up time for the Irish. The talent pool’s...
Legendary Notre Dame quarterback, Joe Montana, has never been shy with his statements about Notre Dame football. One of his most controversial statements (for Irish fans) was that he thought Notre Dame would only be able to compete for a National Title every 5 years or so.
Below is from a ESPN chat. I present this to you without comment:
Brent (Indy) : Joe, what...
During a foolish and honest radio interview, Allen Pinkett, the former Notre Dame All-American, unwittingly exposed the cancer bubbling just beneath the surface of America's national pastime.
"I've always felt like, to have a successful team, you've got to have a few bad citizens on the team," Pinkett told WSCR-AM 670. "That's how Ohio State used to...
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick took exception Wednesday to comments by former Irish running back and current radio analyst Allen Pinkett, who said a team needs to have some bad guys because it provides an edge.
In a radio interview with Chicago's WSCR-AM, Pinkett said: ''I've always felt like, to have a successful team, you have to have a few bad citizens...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on a number of targets planning official visits.
Notre Dame defensive end Kapron Lewis-Moore was happy to get out of town, leaving South Bend behind for four days and crossing the Atlantic for the first time in his life.
Dublin for a matchup against Navy on Saturday.
Lewis-Moore said he'd try to rest on the long flight over - one that left Wednesday evening - and he was excited to see somewhere new. The...
CBS Sports Readies for College Football Kick-Off Notre Dame and Navy in Ireland- CBS Sports today announced its plans to cover the Notre Dame/Navy football opener this Saturday from Ireland. The CBS Sports Network will begin the day’s coverage with a pre-game show beginning at 7:00a.m. ET hosted by Adam Zucker and analysts Brian Jones, Houston Nutt, Aaron
Notre Dame commit and four-star receiver Will Fuller of Roman Catholic High (Philadelphia) was in action during a scrimmage over the weekend against Paramus Catholic and his highlights are here.
Notre Dame commitment, linebacker Michael Deeb, sets his official visit to South Bend. He committed to the Fighting Irish back in June.
Yesterday, Notre Dame great Allen Pinkett made a big stir when he said that the Fighting Irish needed to bring in more “bad citizens” or “criminals” to be exact. After Thursday’s practice today star linebacker Manti Te’o was asked what he thought about Pinkett’s comments. His response was classic, simply classic.
Te’os first reaction after Thursday’s brief practice...