Posted February 11, 2013 on
Notre Dame played nearly two games over the weekend, and however thrilling, the victory counted just once in the Big East standings. But the momentum gained from the gut-check thriller should prove invaluable for a 19-5 squad, not to mention its previously struggling swingman who helped bring home the win through 56 grueling minutes and myriad defensive assignments.
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One of the most overlooked, yet the most realistic reason that Notre Dame would have ever considered full conference affiliation in football with any conference, is the future scheduling conflict that will come with larger major conferences. It wasn't money, or TV rights, or recruiting, or any reason that a typical school looks at in conference realignment; it was how Notre Dame...
It is about this exact time in February when the sports world starts to shift their focus from football of all sorts, to basketball of all sorts. Last night in South Bend was the perfect transition which provided me a little closure from the NFL season being over and done. The #25 Irish took #10 Louisville to 5 overtimes and finally closed the deal 104-101. The game clocked in...
College football's 2013 National Signing Day is in the books and Athlon Sports kicks off its 2013 team recruiting rankings countdown with an in-...
Notre Dame beat Louisville 104-101, in a five-overtime game last night. Check out all the last second shots that had a chance to win the game. Never seen anything this wild in my day. Not to mention it followed a buzzer beater in the Wisconsin vs. Michigan game that was almost as good. Video below.
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Remember back when you played little league ball and the coaches actually made a point to make sure everyone played? You know how that logic pretty much fell by the wayside by time you got to high school?
As for college--forget about it! It's all about winning first, and playing time second (a distant second).
Saturday night that wasn't the case for Notre Dame or Lousville...
Louisville and Notre Dame should just agree to start their basketball games in overtime. For the sixth time in their last eight meetings, they couldn’t settle the outcome in regulation. But for the first time in the history of either program, they needed five overtimes to determine the winner. The Fighting Irish finally emerged with a 104-101 victory over the No. 12 Cardinals,...
It was almost as if Notre Dame head coach Mike Brey knew a five-overtime game against Louisville was coming.
The No. 25 Fighting Irish watched videos of great boxing matches before their marathon win over No. 11 Louisville on Saturday night. Brey talked to the players about going deep into a match — and now the Irish players know what that feels like.
”I talked about it being...
By now you've heard -- Notre Dame beat Louisville yesterday, 104-101, in 5 overtimes. Regulation ended with the score tied at an amazing 60-60. Here's that finish.
The Big Lead...Notre Dame...
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Notre Dame signed the No. 4 recruiting class in the nation, and did so by bringing in 24 scholarship players. But did the Irish meet their needs? IrishEyes.com has a look at the class.
The Blue Demons travel to South Bend, Indiana on Wednesday night for a rematch with the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.
Fort Myers (Fla.) power forward Ricky Doyle is hearing quite frequently from the Irish. He discusses what he likes about Notre Dame and when he plans to visit with Notre Dame's coaches.