Posted August 31, 2012 on
With just a few hours left before Navy and Notre Dame take to the field in Dublin it is time to look at three keys which will help the Midshipmen upset the Irish in their own (kind of) backyard.

Report: Pinkett out for Irish opener

Former Notre Dame running back Allen Pinkett reportedly has been removed from the radio broadcast for the Fighting Irish's season-opener Saturday against Navy in Dublin, Ireland. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, IMG Sports Media, which produces Notre Dame football broadcasts, released a statement Thursday about Pinkett, who works for the group as a radio analyst: "Allen...

Players with 'edge' necessary to succeed

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...

Pinkett suspended two more games

The Notre Dame radio network suspended former Irish running back and commentator Allen Pinkett without pay for two more games after his comments last week that teams need bad guys to give them an edge. Pinkett had already been pulled off last Saturday's season opener against Navy in Ireland. He will now miss the games against Purdue and Michigan State. Pinkett, who led Notre...

Open Thread: Notre Dame VS. Navy

Come on in and chat it up. Real live game chat y'all!

Irish Roll Navy in Opener

Notre Dame opened the season by cruising past Navy 50-10 as the offense racked up nearly 300 yards rushing and the defense handled Navy's option attack.

Pinkett removed from Irish broadcast

Former Notre Dame running back and Fighting Irish radio analyst Allen Pinkett has been pulled off the broadcast of Saturday's season opener against Navy in Dublin, Ireland, following his comments that teams need bad guys to give them an edge.

Navy Interviews in Ireland

The Navy football team is in Ireland and will face Notre Dame on Saturday morning. Head coach Ken Niumatalolo and selected players addressed the media after the first practice session.

Inside the Game: Turnovers

Notre Dame’s first chance to make good on an oft-uttered off-season lament begins Saturday in the season-opening matchup vs. Navy.
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