Posted March 18, 2013 on notredame.scout.com
Notre Dame played one of its best games of the season Thursday night in New York. Can the Irish bottle the magic of their comeback effort in the first half, and second stanza back-and-forth fight vs. Marquette for the upcoming weekend in Dayton?
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