Notre Dame Football: Familiar faces back at practice

Year in and year out, the gap between regular season play and bowl games is a true test of patience for every college football fan. Once the weekly routine of being cemented into the couch every Saturday is altered, the college football withdrawals become quite the struggle. However, this gap is beneficial and necessary for the teams who entertain us weekly, especially for Notre...
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December 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Notre Dame hopes NG Jones, TE Smythe can provide bowl boost

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Notre Dame is expecting to get a Fiesta Bowl boost from two familiar faces who missed most or all of the regular season because of injuries. Nose guard Jarron Jones and tight end Durham Smythe, who were both expected to be starters before knee injuries, have begun practicing with the goal of playing when the eighth-ranked Fighting Irish (10-2) face No. 7...
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December 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Notre Dame DT Jarron Jones, TE Durham Smythe practicing

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are set to face off against the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Fiesta Bowl this season. It is one of the most anticipated bowl games outside of the four teams that made it into the College Football Playoff. Both teams were in the hunt for the playoff all season long and there is no major advantage either way between these two teams. According to a report...
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December 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Smythe on injury: ‘I’m this team’s biggest cheeleader’

It was reported on Tuesday that the Notre Dame Fighting Irish had lost their third offensive starter for the season after tight end Durham Smythe went down with ankle and shoulder injuries. He is not going to let this deter him, however, as he is claiming that he will obviously stick behind this team to the very end. Smythe posted a pretty cool photo on Instagram claiming that he...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Notre Dame’s Durham Smythe After Season-Ending Injury: “For Now, I’m This Team’s Biggest Cheerleader”

The Virginia game was one of extreme ups and downs for Notre Dame tight end Durham Smythe. The junior scored a touchdown on an impressive fake field goal early in the game, but he later went down with a season-ending ankle injury. Durham isn’t getting too down after the injury. Instead, he is going to be the team’s “biggest cheerleader.” For now, I'm this team's...
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September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Notre Dame TE Durham Smythe out for year with injury

When the injury bug hit the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, it hit them HARD. On Saturday, Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire suffered a nasty ankle injury and it was learned that he would need surgery on a fractured that would cause him to miss the remainder of the 2015 season. Now, Irish tight end Durham Smythe is the latest offensive starter to go down with a season-ending injury...
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September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Notre Dame TE Aliz’e Jones Tweets “Hold It Down” Following Durham Smythe News

Notre Dame has been embracing the “next man up” philosophy this season. The Fighting Irish have now lost five players for the season following Monday night’s news that starting tight end Durham Smythe is done for the year.  Immediately following the news about Smythe being broken, Fighting Irish freshman tight end Aliz’e Jones tweeted out that he and the other tight ends...
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September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Notre Dame TE Durham Smythe out for the season

It looks like quarterback Malik Zaire wasn’t the only player Notre Dame lost for the season due to injury in Saturday’s win over Virginia.  According to Irish Illustrated’s Pete Sampson, red-shirt sophomore tight end Durham Smythe will miss the remainder of the year after suffering an ankle injury vs. the Cavaliers. BREAKING: Starting tight end Durham Smythe lost for the...
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September 14, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Notre Dame scores TD on fake field goal

Notre Dame had no issue moving the ball against Texas last week. Today, the Irish got a bit tricky to open scoring against Virginia in Charlottesville. Backup quarterback and holder DeShone Kizer flipped the ball on a fake field goal to junior tight end Durham Smythe for a touchdown. DE-turned-TE Chase Hounsell with a key block. pic.twitter.com/3emoBJpWml — BlueandGold.com...
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September 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Smythe looks to add to tight end tradition at Notre Dame

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Notre Dame tight end Durham Smythe knows his hold on the starter's job is tenuous heading into Saturday night's season-opener against Texas and some old friends. The 6-4, 245-pound junior is the most experienced tight end on the roster for the 11th-ranked Fighting Irish, playing in all 13 games last season after sitting out as a freshman. His one career catch...
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September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

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