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It’s a four way battle to start at quarterback in Notre Dame, perhaps the most high profile position in all of college sports. But after upon further inspection, it’s most likely a two way competition this college football season.
Last year’s starter Tommy Rees had the inside track to regain the position this year, but the charges he’s facing: underage drinking, resisting arrest and battery, means he’s likely fallen down the depth chart.
Discipline problems like these are hard to ignore, and that will open up the door for the more inexperienced signal callers.
Isn’t it time to get ‘experienced’ with Hendrix? Andrew Hendrix played some last year, throwing 18 of 37 for 247 yards, 1 TD, 2 picks. He also played in the Champs Sports Bowl loss to Florida State, going 3 of 8. Is he the QB of the future?
This is how he assessed his performance in Blue & Gold:
“I started off strong, then threw an interception which is obviously not what you want, but the difference between this spring...
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When Notre Dame’s highly touted cornerback recruit Tee Shepard left the program in March after enrolling early, it was a blow to their defensive side of the ball.
Now it has been revealed that the starting junior Lo Wood has been confirmed to miss the season with an Achilles injury that he suffered in practice.
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Notre Dame cornerback Lo Wood will miss the season with an Achilles tendon injury, leaving a secondary already short on experience without one of its starters.
Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly says Wood ruptured his Achilles while backpedaling and turning to run Monday in practice.
''I feel terrible for him,'' Kelly said. ''He's a young man that we all...
After months of drama surrounding Tommy Rees' arrest and prosecution and a quarterback derby that seemed to have no end in sight, Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly has finally made his decision on who will start for the Irish in Dublin against the Navy Midshipmen: Everett Golson is Kelly's man. Coach Kelly is banking that the six foot-ish 185-ish pound quarterback...
For opponents trying to catch the speedy Khalfani Muhammad, the feat requires more than just a set of wheels it requires a passport.
In Los Angeles, the Sherman Oaks Notre Dame Track & Field and football star has been running all over his opponents. As a junior running back, Muhammad ran for 1,126 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns in 2011, as well as won three CIF state Track...
Everett Golson has been officially named the starting quarterback at Notre Dame for the 2012 season opener versus Navy and now it's time to project out all of his amazing stats, wins, trophies, and more. Someone else can do that. We need to start by attempting to decipher how often this young man is gonna turn over the rock in the passing game. Tommy Rees threw a few...
Notre Dame's Manti Te'o was expected to be a first-round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft but made a surprising decision to return back to South Bend for...
Without a formal announcement from University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly, 19-year-old sophomore Everett Golson will start the season opener under center against the Navy Midshipmen on September 1 at Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Ireland. The … Continue reading →
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" is heavy on uncommitted cornerback prospects.
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on targets from both coasts.
Editor's Note: Clare Brady is an account executive, health coach, blogger, Notre Dame graduate, and recovering m&m addict. You can find her preaching the truth at her website Fitting It All In & on Twiter (@fittingitallin). I asked Clare to share with you, the loyal Subway Domer fans, her "Dublin Experience." This first part is all about the prep...
Notre Dame has four more practices before the first game week of the 2012 season. Where do the team's starters and key reserves stand entering the home stretch?
Owensboro (Ky.) Apollo High four-star offensive tackle Hunter Bivin grew up a Notre Dame fan and committed to the Irish in the spring, and IrishEyes.com has highlights of his first scrimmage and game this fall.