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Notre Dame defensive end Aaron Lynch has left the team and plans to transfer after the spring semester.
Coach Brian Kelly said in a statement Friday that Lynch wants to return to his native Florida. He wishes Lynch the best.
Lynch, a sophomore, is one of Kelly's top recruits. He played in 12 games for the Irish as a freshman in 2011, starting six. He had 33 tackles, seven tackles...
The Notre Dame football team has taken a big blow.
I'm not going to sugarcoat this, Aaron Lynch is good. I keep a big board that consists of only Notre Dame players and he was sitting at the top of the board. Honestly, it wasn't even close. I can assure you that after hearing the news of his transfer, it absolutely killed me to hit the delete key and move everyone up a...
When we did our pre-season previews last season the team that we got the most flack about was Notre Dame. We pegged them at #22 but the thought around college football by many was that they were ready to arrive and should have been ranked higher. The Irish ended up finishing 8-5, which was respectable after you consider how they started the season.
Notre Dame finished 30th...
Aaron Lynch will be transferring away from Notre Dame following the spring semester. A 10 AM press conference was announced and Brian Kelly, very bluntly, told the media that Aaron had "quit the football team." Immediately, the phrase "shooting bottle rockets at the moon" came to mind. I'm not sure if I heard that somewhere before, or if it was just one of...
With Notre Dame freshman defensive end Aaron Lynch announcing he's transferring to be closer to his home in Florida, where he ends up is a hot topic. The former 5-star D-end, who had over 50 offers wants to return to Florida and the Bulls, who were the first to offer a scholarship are a top option. Read on for all the details.
Notre Dame's Next Man In philosophy will receive its stiffest test with the troublesome, but not unexpected defection of freshman All-America defensive end Aaron Lynch.
The news Notre Dame fans feared became reality on Friday as it was announced the standout freshman defensive end has left the Irish football program and will transfer to another school following the spring semester.
Notre Dame is looking to fill cornerback slots in the 2013 class, and it did so when it received a verbal commitment from Absegami High (Absecon, N.J.) athlete Rashad Kinlaw. He doesn't play cornerback in high school, so why does Notre Dame think he can in college? IrishEyes.com takes a look.
To be the best you have to beat the best. This maxim has been plenty true for Penn State football. Their first national championship squad in 1982 beat No. 1 Georgia. Their second beat No. 1 Miami.
Paterno’s teams had faced eight No. 1 teams when they traveled to South Bend, Indiana, in 1990. Victorious just three times in such matchups, Penn State had recently been victimized...
Notre Dame offers Washington, D.C. linebacker Yannick Ngakoue of Friendship Collegiate.
Chardon Notre Dame Cathedral Latin tight end A.J. Branisel has committed to Cincinnati. As one of Ohio's top tight end prospects, Branisel fits the Bearcat offense perfectly. He held nearly ten offers before pledging to Cincinnati.
Hot News for S Harrison Smith
Though yet to offer, Notre Dame has been in contact with cornerback prospect Reggie Wilkerson. What have the Irish told the Florida native about their interest? We get the latest from Wilkerson.
Scottsdale (Az.) Notre Dame Prep TE Grant Martinez gets third offer
Redshirt-freshman Eilar Hardy’s path to the practice field, a Notre Dame degree, and eventually, meaningful playing time, is already stamped in ink.