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The Florida State Hangover

I haven’t been sulking. I haven’t been sitting around and rewatching “the play” over and over again with a a bottle of gin and a heavy sack of heroin. I haven’t buried myself in a mountain of fast food wrappers. Nope- this delayed response is just another bye week tradition. So. forgive me as I slowly climb out of this hole. THE PLAY There really is no point in arguing...
Via Subway Domer
October 23, 2014  |  Discuss

DEFEAT: Notre Dame 27, Florida State 31

The hype wasn’t nearly the same as what the game in 1993 was, but the overall game lived up to the legend. Unfortunately for Notre Dame, they were the ones that came up short near the goaline. The game came down to one play despite the 4th down heave. Notre Dame came to Tallahassee with everything on the line and they left everything on the field (including a little bit of extra...
Via Subway Domer
October 19, 2014  |  Discuss

North Carolina at Notre Dame: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

You have to admire how coach Brian Kelly is handling all the adversity the Irish have endured heading into Saturdays game, and for that matter his entire career in South Bend.Player injuries, suspensions and more injuries would leave most coached grasping for clarity when approached by the masses for answers in one season alone.But this is no ordinary coach.A master of puppets...
Via Football Nation
October 12, 2014  |  Discuss

VICTORY: Notre Dame 50, North Carolina 43

Notre Dame survived another Saturday to be undefeated heading into next weeks showdown with #1 Florida State. The Irish beat North Carolina 50-43 in yet another game full of turnovers, poor offensive line play, and mental mistakes. And yet the Irish scored fifty points. Tarean Folston had a huge day for Notre Dame with 98 yards rushing and two touchdowns to go along with his 71 yards...
Via Subway Domer
October 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Week Two Predictions and Notes: Notre Dame Fighting Irish v. Michigan Wolverines

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish running game was strong last week against a weak Rice defense. Greg Bryant, Tarean Folston, and Cam McDaniel combined for 182 yards on 28 carries which is good for 6.5 yards per carry. As a team, the Irish ran the ball 42 times for 281 yards compared to throwing the ball just 22 times. There is no reason that Coach Brian Kelly will change the current...
Via Total Sports Live
September 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: 2014 Players To Watch, Tarean Folston

The speculation heading into the 2013 season was a heralded crop of backs would transcend the running game for Notre Dame and freshman Greg Bryant would lead the charge.Injuries and other underlying issues changed all that, and the Irish not only had a lethal back on hold for 2014- but 2013 propelled the other player into the spotlight in grand fashion.Tarean Folston not only was...
Via Football Nation
August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: 2014 Players To Watch-Greg Bryant

Everyone knows the story of 'Rudy' and has perhaps seen the movie around 10,000 times to include annual screenings on opening day for the Irish each year since it's release.Well, maybe only a few of us do that.Rudy became a legend for a single play.He was carried off the field afterwords and lifted into heights like Rockne and Montana.All for one play.Currently- one player on the...
Via Football Nation
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

History On Folston’s Side For Sophomore Season

Notre Dame entered the 2013 season with major question marks at running back. Both rushing leaders from 2012, Cierre Wood & Theo Riddick entered the NFL Draft, and of the three returning running backs in Amir Carlilse, Cam McDaniel, and George Atkinson III, only Atkinson had seen major playing time. There was some concern heading into fall camp about “who would be the featured...
Via Subway Domer
April 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Notre Dame RB suspended for bowl game for sending text messages?

It looks like Notre Dame may be without one of its best players today for the New Era Pinstripe Bowl against Rutgers. Earlier this week, Brian Kelly named freshman Tarean Folston the starter at the running back position for the game, and that alone turned a few heads — while Folston is extremely talented, he was third on the team in rushing this year behind veterans Cam McDaniel...
Via College Spun
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

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