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Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o returned for his senior season to lead his teammates to a national championship, and at 10-0, his Irish are on the cusp of that fulfilling that dream. Along the way, Te'o cemented his spot in Irish lore -- on and off the field.
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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...
Notre Dame is one of three undefeated teams remaining in college football at the moment, but that is not enough to allow the Fightin’ Irish to control their own destiny. The other two undefeateds, Kansas State and Oregon, are currently ahead of Notre Dame in the BCS standings. Should all three teams win out, the most likely scenario is that Oregon and Kansas State would play in...
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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.
(PhatzRadio / SI Feature) — Undefeated Notre Dame received one first-place vote in this week’s USA Today Coaches’ Poll — from Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly. Should 10-0 Kansas State, 10-0 Oregon and the 10-0 Irish all win out, self-interest will surely rule the day come Dec. 2. The Ducks will inevitably get the Pac-12 [...]
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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 Now with college football having the most outdated and corrupt...
Paced by big men Jack Cooley and Garrick Sherman, Notre Dame has reason to feel confident heading into its first true test of the season.
Hoping to again showcase their powerful inside game, the No. 20 Irish face Saint Joseph's in the semifinals of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Friday night.
Notre Dame (2-0) coach Mike Brey expected...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By TOM COYNE Associated Press Notre Dame linebacker Danny Spond has been a key contributor this season, which he still finds remarkable.
The junior from Littleton, Colo., wasn't sure he'd play football again after a debilitating migraine headache left him barely able to move because the left side of his body was numb. After missing the first...
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.
Twenty five years ago today on November 14th, 1987 eventual Heisman winner Tim Brown led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to a 37-6 victory over Alabama in South Bend. The Irish out gained Alabama 465 yards to 185 thanks in large part to Brown’s efforts. Brown had 225 all purpose yards catching, returning and even [...]
Notre Dame lost one of its blossoming offensive threats last Saturday to injury. Which Irish competitors are capable of elevating their collective games over the final two regular season contests and through bowl season? Each might have to for the Irish to finish the 2012 season without defeat.
American Heritage School (Plantation, Fla.) linebacker and Notre Dame commit Michael Deeb in action from his senior season.
Isaac Rochell (6'5/255) is a defensive end and tight end for his Eagles Landing Christian Academy team in McDonogh, Ga. He is committed to play college football for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Here is a look at him in action in his last regular season game as a senior against Landmark Christian on 11/9/12.
Notre Dame is just two Senior Days removed from the definitive low-point of the Brian Kelly era. The change within the program since has been remarkable with the Irish on the cusp of a BCS Title Game berth.