Found November 20, 2012 on Subway Domer:
This weeks Hangover after Notre Dame's 38-0 victory over Wake Forest, and the rise to Number One in the BCS rankings after a perfect Saturday night- it's a little sweet. So sweet, in fact, that the hangover will be very brief. I think we all just want to move on and focus on burning Troy right down to the ******* ground. Am I right? Right. So lets wrap this up... The Top 5 1. Carlo Calabrese. Carlo played one hell of a senior day and led the team in tackles. He also had a vicious hit on a Josh Harris that caused a fumble. Te'o gets a ton of love, and rightfully so, but Calabrese & Fox have been almost equally as dominant on the other side. 2. Cierre Wood. I wasn't the only one to call it, but I did say Wood would get 10-12 carries and over a hundred yards with a couple of scores. As it turned out, Cierre tallied 11 carries for 150 yards- but only one TD. WHAT'S WRONG WITH YOU CIERRE???!!!! Seriously though, that was a great day for another...

Notre Dame running back uses social media to announce Saturday will be his last home game

Notre Dame junior RB Cierre Wood announced through social media that Saturday was his final home game at Notre Dame Stadium.This likely means Wood plans on leaving for the NFL after this season. Head coach Brian Kelly is very good at keeping his top players, convincing them to finish all four years of eligibility rather than leave early, but Wood will have already graduated prior...

Notre Dame football waxes Wake, now #1 in BCS

 What a wild, wild week for Notre Dame football, and for the BCS overall. Irish fans, starving for a potential National Championship game berth, knew that not only did the Irish have to take care of business against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons Saturday, but also needed some help from Kansas State or Oregon. Unexpectedly, they got help from both. But first things first: The Wake...

First Offer in for Love

Bryce Love is one of the fastest sophomore prospects in the entire country. After a big season, the Wake Forest (N.C.) Wake Forest-Rolesville star recently picked up his first scholarship offer.

Wake Forest defeats Mercer, 74-71

So Wake Forest trailed in this game until literally less than half a minute remained. And somehow, some way, we managed to win. I'm gonna give a few facts about this game: -We won the rebounding battle by five and the offensive rebounding battle by four. Yay. -We had 14 turnovers. Way too many, but lower than our average, and most of them were in the first half. Also,...

Notre Dame Trick Shot Monday: USC Week

As the college football regular season winds down, the Trick Shot Monday crew takes the fun to the training room for USC week. Watch as Manti Te’o, Kapron Lewis-Moore and Carlo Calabrese and the boys compete for the win. Cheers! &nbspThe post Notre Dame Trick Shot Monday: USC Week appeared first on No Coast Bias.

Personnel Notebook

Our mid-week update looks at Cierre Wood's late-season surge, the stunning statistical prowess of Robert Woods and Marqise Lee, and Notre Dame's next man in at defensive end next fall.

Eye in the Sky: Shutout

Bob Diaco's defense limited Wake Forest to 300 yards, no penetration past the Irish 38-yard line, and of course, no points.

Eye in the Sky: Offense

Part One of our weekly film review examines the season's best opening drive in South Bend, Cierre Wood's dominant afternoon with a nonetheless luke-warm post-game reception, as well as a breakdown of Notre Dame's game-changing "chunk plays" of 20 yards or more.
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