Found January 06, 2012 on
The Cardinal Connect:
Mike Brey’s Fighting Irish will enter tomorrow afternoon’s game at the Yum Center with a 9-6 record overall and a 1-1 record in Big East play. I think it’s fair to say that this might be Brey’s worst team in his tenure at Notre Dame. Tim Abromitis, the top returning player from last year’s team went down with an ACL injury just two games into the season. The Irish have zero notable wins and a couple of bad losses. The last 10 games played between Louisville and Notre Dame have been decided in overtime. Louisville leads the all time series 17-10 and have won 12 of the last 15 against the Irish.
The Irish are led by sophomore point guard who is averaging 14 points and 3 rebounds per game. Atkins is shooting 47% from three point range. Senior Scott Martin is the most experienced player on the team, but is having a rough senior year. Let’s face it; Martin hasn’t been the same since Kyle Kuric put him on a poster last season.
Sophomore guard Jerian Grant, who sat out last season, leads...
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Despite winning 12 of the last 13...
Third-ranked Notre Dame defeated second-ranked UConn, extending its winning streak to 12 and ending the Huskies’ 57-game streak in the Big East.
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TV/radio: 3 p.m. Saturday; ESPNU, WLS-AM 890.
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