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Notre Dame sophomore defensive lineman Kona Schwenke talks about his improvement over the spring, his motivation and more.
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To most fans, the big stars of Notre Dame's Blue-Gold Game were quarterback Everett Golson and running back George Atkinson III.
To head coach Brian Kelly, things looked entirely different.
In a day that featured an even competition between four quarterbacks, it was Golson's 120 yards passing and two touchdowns that led the way. He was also the only one of the four signalcallers...
-From Golden Tate to Kyle Rudolph to Michael Floyd to…Tyler Eifert. Notre Dame has seen a primary pass-catcher emerge each year and then end up a high pick in the NFL Draft following a breakout season. Floyd will get the call next week, probably in the top 10-15. Eifert should be a top 20 pick in 2013. Which means the senior tight end will become a household name this fall in...
USF Has announced that defensive end Aaron Lynch, who earned Freshman All-America honors during his true freshman season at Notre Dame is transferring to USF.
The number one topic is of course the four-way starting quarterback battle. Unlike other spring games, Notre Dame lets them pretty much go live at QB, which is a lot cooler than the signal caller wearing a red, no-contact jersey. Here’s the statistical breakdown.
Everett Golson 31 snaps, 11-15 passing, 120 yards, two TDs, 0 picks. 6 carries for 25 yards. Tommy Rees 7-14-1, 84...
Now that the 83rd Notre Dame Blue & Gold Spring Game is in the books, perhaps I should divulge a few thoughts from the game and from spring ball in general. Honestly, I have always maintained that we must be cautious about how much we take away from all of this. I'll be brief, because for Christ's sake... what hasn't been written about all of this madness already...
You’ve seen her on NFL Network as a reporter/anchor. And she’s the sideline reporter for NBC’s Notre Dame broadcasts. She is….Alex Flanagan.
Flanagan started her career in college as a student intern at KVOA-TV. She also worked as a reporter/weekend anchor at KCCO-TV in Alexandria, Minnesota. She has been a reporter for the NFL Network since Nov ’06. Previously she worked...
Notre Dame picked up its fifth offensive lineman of the 2013 class when John Montelus of Everett (Mass.) High chose the Irish.
Twitter is one of the greatest inventions ever for a sportswriter.
It’s a chance to obtain legitimate quotes from players and coaches without actually being at the stadium or even having a press credential. And sometimes the quotes are much more interesting than what you hear on gameday, because they haven’t been filtered by Public Relations reps or Sports Information Department...
Irish Eyes has the latest snapshots of the Blue Gold weekend, with the fifth largest Blue Gold game crowd on hand, and a spirited effort by the offense and defense.
Notre Dame continues its string of top offensive linemen with the verbal pledge of Everett (MA) High School offensive guard John Montelus. IrishEyes.com recruiting analyst Dave Berk gives his initial take on the newest member of the Irish class.
Jonathan Martin/OT/Stanford Based on the Notre Dame, UCLA, and Arizona games, he looked like the best OT in the Draft. But unfortunately for him, he showed some flaws against Oregon and was dreadful against USC. Put all that together, and it’s tough to say what his NFL future will be like. He could become [...]
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly took the podium after Saturday's Blue Gold Game to talk about the quarterback situation and who made strides during spring.
Check out what Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly had to say moments after Saturday's Blue Gold game.
The Blue Gold Game brought Notre Dame Spring football to a close -- FOXSportsNext Tim O'Malley and Beth Long recap the heated quarterback battle, and strengths and weaknesses of the Irish inside.
The 11 conference commissioners and Notre Dame are getting together in Florida this week to discuss a variety of issues, with the possibility of a playoff plan the biggest item on the table.