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Tyler Eifert took part in Notre Dame's Pro Day Tuesday afternoon at the Loftus Center. Fittingly, his quarterback for the event -- his final official athletic endeavor on campus -- was among the first with which he had a connection in his first season in South Bend, toiling away on the Irish scout team.
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(Davonte Neal in National Championship Game - courtesy USAToday Sports/Landon Collins)
Notre Dame just can't stay out of the news as of late. First it was nomadic QB Gunner Keil announcing that he was transferring out of the program and now today reports are that two wide receivers - Davonte' Neal and Justin Ferguson - are transferring from the program as well.
Notre Dame says freshmen wide receivers Davonte' Neal and Justin Ferguson are no longer with the team.
Coach Brian Kelly also said Wednesday that running back Amir Carlisle, who missed all of last season with a leg injury, is out for the rest of spring practice with a broken collarbone. Sophomore defensive end Chase Hounshell will miss the 2013 season with the same shoulder...
Davonte Neal is going to transfer from Notre Dame to, most likely, a Pac-12 school. The news was broke on Twitter by Jason Sapp of Blue & Gold Illustrated:
BREAKING: Davonte' Neal transferring from #NotreDame. All the details inside... (VIP) bit.ly/ZpfQQD #ND #Irish
— Jason Sapp (@BGI_JasonSapp) March 27, 2013
The reason is one that may sound somewhat familiar...
Photo via UND.com
Notre Dame has been hit by the transfer bug.
Just a few weeks ago, it was former five-star quarterback Gunner Kiel announcing that he would be leaving South Bend and looking for another place to play. Today, Jason Sapp of Blue & Gold Illustrated is reporting that rising sophomore Davonte’ Neal will be leaving the program as well — it is a surprising move...
(Updates.) By TOM COYNE Associated Press Kayla McBride has a knack for coming up big in Notre Dame's toughest games.
She scored a career-high 21 points in a 1-point win at Connecticut in January, topped that with 26 points in a triple overtime victory over the Huskies in South Bend earlier this month to clinch the Big East regular-season title, and then had 23 points against...
Notre Dame held it's annual NFL Draft Pro Day on campus today inside the cozy confines of the Loftus Athletic Center. Among the participants were 13 former Notre Dame football players showing off their skills for NFL teams in attendance. The headliner of the event were first round prospects Tyler Eifert and Manti Te'o who both went through positional drills for NFL scouts...
The start of the 2013 college football season is still months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about preseason...
Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o improved on his combine performance and felt a sense of relief to ease some concerns about his athleticism.
Notre Dame loses two more to transfer as the team and University breaks for the Easter Holiday.
The Notre Dame football program saw March go out like a lion with a pair of transfers, that on the heels of another prior to spring ball. Our third Big Board of 2014 reflects those changes in both overall scholarship number and position-specific recruitment.
Irisheyes.com examines Notre Dame's first week of spring ball as Brian Kelly's football team takes a week's respite from the practice field for the Easter Holiday.