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[Photo: Mike DiNovo US Presswire] Notre Dame’s hopes to get a chance at a national title were almost crushed last night by the Pittsburgh Panthers. Instead the Panthers were left stunned with a loss of their own, and the Irish went on to celebrate another check in the win column. Panther running back Ray Graham The post No. 4 Notre Dame Hangs On, Beats Pitt in 3OT appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Notre Dame’s near upset at the hands of Pittsburgh helped NBC to a season-high overnight rating on Saturday. The Pittsburgh/Notre Dame college football game drew a 4.3 overnight rating on NBC Saturday afternoon, up 207% from the network’s sixth Notre Dame telecast last year, against Maryland in primetime (1.4), and up 187% from the sixth telecast in 2010, against Tulsa (1.5)...
If you happen to think that you're a hardcore Notre Dame fan, then you have to re-asses your fandom based on this story.
Earlier in the week, Fighting Irish super fan Tracey Moore decided to get Notre Dame's famous "Golden Dome" tattooed on the back of his head.
The tattoo itself took nearly nine hours to complete at the Michiana Tattoo Emporium in Niles,...
Ruining Notre Dame's 1993 and 2002 seasons are what this rivalry is known for, but there are a few other games that make me smile when I think back to BC vs Notre Dame. When we were rattling off wins in the 2000s there was a great Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner aspect to the series. The Irish fans were sure this was the year that they would finally put BC in its place. And every...
Innocent until proven guilty. That is supposedly still the mantra of the law in the United State of America. But we all know that to rarely be true, especially in the court of public opinion. It is more like the opposite, and is even more so the case when it comes to athletes or entertainers or celebrities of any kind. The latest case comes from the world of NCAA Football and the...
One name that has been repeatedly mentioned as a potential Spaz replacement is Notre Dame Defensive Coordinator Bob Diaco. BC will get a first hand look at the candidate this week. I like Diaco and think has many of the qualities we should look for in a new coach.Relentless RecruiterWe can debate the quality of our current roster but our ability to land key recruits is embarrassing...
As predicted, BC will host Notre Dame at night. Brad Bates broke the news via twitter. The game will be shown nationally at 8 PM on ABC. BC will be heavy underdogs but I am still hoping for some BC-Notre Dame magic. I don't think ESPN would mind some magic too.
One down, one to go for Oregon.
The Ducks moved up a spot and
passed Notre Dame in the BCS standings on Sunday, moving into third
place behind Alabama and Kansas State.
Oregon is coming off its biggest
victory of the season, winning 62-51 at Southern California on Saturday
night. That result, combined with Notre Dame's overtime victory against a
Here is the weekly installment of Notre Dame’s Trick Shot Monday … Boston College week. Trick Shot Monday began as a locker room tradition, but it has also made appearances in other locations around the Gug – the auditorium, the players’ lounge, even Coach Kelly’s office. In recent installments, the header has become a go-to shot. The post Notre Dame’s Trick Shot Monday...
Since the Discover Fan Loyalty Poll launched back in September, college football fans have been in agreement that the Alabama Crimson Tide were the best team in the country. In fact, it was the fans who knew that the Tide were better than teams such as the USC Trojans even before the AP Top 25 and the BCS Standings fell in line. While some of the other teams have fallen in and out...
One down, one to go for Oregon.
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Here's the open thread y'all. Not sure how much I'll be on this one today. Doing some traveling and may wreck the car watching it on my phone. You know me well enough to know that this is 99.9% true.
Notre Dame's record remained perfect Saturday after a performance that was anything but.
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By WILL GRAVES AP Sports Writer Paul Chryst isn't a believer in moral victories. He prefers the kind of triumphs that show up in the win column.
Still, the first-year Pitt coach thinks the Panthers can take something other than heartache from Saturday night's 29-26 triple-overtime loss to Notre Dame.
For long stretches...