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Louisville vs. Notre Dame: What 2 Watch 4

Photo: Pete Cautilli I’m trying this with basketball and I like it a bit better than my usual 3 Predictions, so here goes with football. I’m going to give you 4 ‘things’ to watch during the game – player match-ups, strengths/weaknesses, etc. – so you’ll have a sense of what to watch for as the game plays out. You probably know me as a stat guy, so I assure you I...
Via The Cardinal Connect
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame football: Disappointment in the desert

Notre Dame footballs playoff hopes were thrown away Saturday in Tempe, literally. The Arizona State Sun Devils stomped the Fighting Irish in the first half and held off a late rally to defeat Notre Dame 55-31 and end any hopes of making the first ever college football playoffs. The Irish showed promise the first drive of the game by driving down and putting 3 on the board, but that...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Brian Kelly Expresses Frustration With Everett Golson’s Decision-Making In Post-Game Presser

Despite Everett Golson’s then-undefeated record as the starting quarterback, entering the 2014 campaign, there was one major knock on the Notre Dame star signal-caller – his tendency to turn the ball over. In the first half of the season, however, Golson seemed to be making much better decisions on the field – through the team’s first five games, he threw just three interceptions...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame QB Everett Golson Throws as Many TDs to Arizona State as the Fighting Irish in Loss

Fans of the Notre Dae Fighting Irish were wondering why the College Football Playoff selection committee was not showing their team more love than they have been. After Saturday's game against Arizona State they will not be wondering why anymore.After getting down 34-3 Notre Dame did battle back to close the gap to 34-31. The Sun Devils stretched it back out to a 10-point lead...
Via FatManWriting
14 days ago  |  Discuss

The tradition of Notre Dame football vs. Navy Midshipmen football continues

For the 88th time Notre Dame football took on the Navy Midshipmen, this time at FedEx field. The game was competitive as it has been in recent years, but the Fighting Irish came out on top this time 49-39. Notre Dame football jumped out to an impressive 28-7 lead and it started to look like the Irish would run the Midshipmen out of the building. Everett Golson looked like the Heisman...
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Needs 6 TDs From Everett Golson to Beat Tough Navy Team

If you ask anyone in South Bend, Indiana, if they are glad Everett Golson ended up returning to school they are probably going to answer with a loud heck yeah. While far from perfect his vastly improved game has been the key to the success the Fighting Irish have had this season. Good enough for the Heisman?Probably not, but performances like the one he had against Navy will certainly...
Via FatManWriting
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame football disrespected in the first College Football Playoff ranking

The college football world got to witness the first ever unveiling of the College Football Playoff rankings. One thing is clear is that Notre Dame was disrespected with their #10 ranking. It seems as though the committee is overly biased towards the SEC and overlooked any other team from a different conference. Top 4 teams in the College Football Playoff Rankings 1. Mississippi State...
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame football: Bye week news and notes

After a stunning and controversial loss last week, Notre Dame football will get to take the week off to assess the rest of the season. The bye week couldn’t have come at a better time, because I am sure Notre Dame nation was on an emotional rollercoaster last Saturday night. Although Notre Dame lost last week, the College Football world has been raving about the way the Irish dominated...
October 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Notre Dame’s Game Winning Touchdown Called Back On Offensive Pass Interference Penalty

On fourth down from the two yard line, Everett Golson found a wide open Corey Robinson for what appeared to be a game winning Notre Dame touchdown. Unfortunately for the Irish, the referees called for a pass interference on Notre Dame’s William Fuller  on the play, pushing the Irish back 15 yards and forcing them to repeat fourth down. Golson was hit on the ensuing throw, and...
Via College Spun
October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Vine: Notre Dame Quarterback Everett Golson Injures Leg, Heads To Locker Room

Notre Dame’s Everett Golson just led the Irish on a huge go-ahead touchdown drive to put his team up 24-17 against Florida State in Tallahassee, but Irish fans have to be holding their breath. After the touchdown, Golson was seen favoring his leg, and headed into the locker room. Luckily, he’s returned to the sideline, but sophomore quarterback Malik Zaire has been warming up...
Via College Spun
October 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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