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It All Ends – the ND Predicto

Saturday night marks the end of the non-rivalry (as Domers have told us) between Purdue and Notre Dame football. I mean, sure, the two programs have played 69 consecutive years, but who really thinks that counts as a rivalry game? The Boilermakers are 25-55-2 against the Irish all time, so one might argue it’s good to have them off the schedule. But having such a nemesis on the...
Via Boiled Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Irish Blogger Gathering: Boiling Shamrocks

Welcome to the IBG y’all! It seems like everyone is trying to get back into the groove of things after that dominant performance against Michigan last Saturday night. The Irish hit the road for the now annual Shamrock Series game to play the last game of the annual series against Purdue. The Scroll of Answers: Her Loyal Sons NDNation You know the drill, so here’s the questions…...
Via Subway Domer
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame football hosts Michigan: brutally honest preview

It’s the final time that we have a Michigan versus Notre Dame football game on the schedule. All the “chickening out” stories have been written. That narrative has been played out. Today at the press conference Brian Kelly simply said that having Michigan off the schedule now opens itself up to new opportunities, the chances to play Texas and Georgia. So we’ll leave it at...
Via The Sports Bank
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: Week 1 Preview-Rice Owls

The thought that a team should ever overlook another team in sports couldn't be echoed louder for the Fighting Irish in their Week 1 opener against Rice.Recent memory reflects such a mistake.September 4,2011 saw a top ranked Irish team(#16) open their season with some high expectations.Several rain delays and a quarterback substitution changed the fate of Notre Dame football...
Via Football Nation
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Notre Dame Freshman Asks Upperclassmen Teammate How To Touch The ND Signs On Walk To Field

One of the most iconic stadium entrances in college football occurs at Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish make their way to the now-turf field from the locker room, while slapping a couple memorable Notre Dame signs along the way.  Today, the 2014 Notre Dame football team went through a game-day walkthrough. During the voyage to the field, freshman defensive end Jay Hayes had to ask...
Via College Spun
August 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: 2014 Blue-Gold Game Recap

With the completion of the game Saturday- one thing was made very clear: Greg Bryant will be a player who will see considerable action this season and could very well become the primary focus for the Irish offense.But along with his play Saturday, and the play of Malik Zaire and CJ Prosise - one tid bit overshadowed the actual players on the field and it was the field itself.In...
Via Football Nation
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: Blue-Gold Spring Game Preview

Blue-Gold Game Saturday 12:30 Eastern NBCSPWith the end of spring practices, Notre Dame takes to the field as a team for the first time in 2014 for the annual Blue-Gold practice game.The forecast looks promising with sunny skies and a mild 65 degrees for a high.Quarterbacks#5 Everett Golson#8 Malik ZaireThe obvious position to keep an eye on this Saturday will be that of the quarterbacks...
Via Football Nation
April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: 2014 Players To Watch-Sheldon Day

2014 looks to be a season for the Irish where new faces will emerge on defense along with a new coach.Every down players like Jaylon Smith are being tweeked to move inside which conjurs up thoughts VanGorder has designs on a 'moving parts' theory for his crop of players this season.One face that remains familiar with Irish faithful and will remain one of the non moving parts...
Via Football Nation
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Kelly unsure of defensive lineup for Pittsburgh

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly isn't sure who will be starting at every defensive position for the 24th-ranked Fighting Irish against Pittsburgh because he's not sure who is available. Kelly was still waiting Sunday to get MRI results from nose guard Louis Nix III, who missed the past two games with knee tendinitis and a small meniscus tear. His replacement, Kona Schwenke...
Via AP on Fox
November 03, 2013  |  Discuss

20 For a Title: The Assumed

18 days remain before Notre Dame kicks off its season against Temple and Irisheyes.com has a list of 20 developments necessary for the program to bring home its first national title since 1988. Our first two segments covered a pair of defenders that must be "As Advertised" along with two left-siders that must rank among the nation's elite. Third in the series -- "...
Via notredame.scout.com
August 14, 2013  |  Discuss
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