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Former Notre Dame athlete Davonte Neal, who transferred out of South Bend a few weeks ago, has found a new home and will enroll at Arizona.
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For about the 100th time in the last 24 months, Gunner Kiel has made a decision on his college football future. The much-maligned, former super-recruit who ended up at Notre Dame this fall before announcing his transfer just a few months later, has announced that he will continue his career at Cincinnati.
The news was first reported by ESPN’s Joe Schad, who tweeted the following...
Arizona State athletic director Steve Patterson on Wednesday took a few shots at Notre Dame over a football scheduling flap that began last week when a report surfaced that the Fighting Irish would drop the Sun Devils from their 2014 schedule.
Nothing has been made official, so the game in Tempe on Oct. 25, 2014, remains on the books, but it's clear Notre Dame has at least expressed...
Red Bank (N.J.) Catholic High Scout 300 offensive tackle Quenton Nelson visited Notre Dame over the weekend and picked up an offer. So, how did the trip go and what stood out? IrishEyes.com has the answers.
Notre Dame offered Scout 100 wide receiver Cameron Sims of Monroe (La.) Ouachita Parish on Monday, and the 6-foot-4, 285-pound wide out explains how Notre Dame plans to use him and when he thinks the Irish will get a visit.
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Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o was one of the first non-QBs to break down film during Jon Gruden's QB Camp.
Talented athlete DeAndre Thompkins of Swansboro (N.C.) High just added his 12th offer from Notre Dame. Thompkins explains what he likes about the Irish, if he plans to take a visit to Notre Dame, and when he expects to make a final decision.
Part II of our review of Notre Dame's spring session through nine of 15 practices.
For the first time in my mock drafts former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o find himself landing in the first round.
Defensive back Tim Cason of Clarkson (Mich.) High is visiting Notre Dame this weekend, and he previews the trip to South Bend and updates where he stands with recruitment.
One month ago, after losing the Big East championship game to Notre Dame, the UConn were searching for answers. But everything came together in the NCAA tournament.
Running back Derrell Scott of Havelock (N.C.) High holds a Notre Dame offer, and he explains what he knows about the Irish and who he's considering in his early top five.