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Actors Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson were among the crowd of 80,795 Saturday at Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday. If we remember correctly, Vaughn’s a big ND fan (from Chicago). He was also in Rudy, played the guy who “could’ve been an All-American” if he had half the heart of Rudy. Then at the end of the film...
If you were hoping for any sort of quarterback controversy following Saturday’s wire job against Purdue University, it’s not happening. Not yet, at least. Brian Kelly said after Saturday’s tilt that Everett Golson would remain the starter for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, despite the fact that it was not no. 5 that led the [...]
The Good - Tommy Rees. In a nutshell he was about the only good to come out of yesterday's game for the Irish. Rees replaced beat up starter Everett Golson with less than two minutes to go and promptly led Notre Dame right down the field for a game winning field goal. Rees is now in the perfect role now as the experienced backup. He's simply not good enough or the right fit...
Coming off of record-low ratings in 2011, the new season of Notre Dame football on NBC started on a down note Saturday afternoon. The Purdue/Notre Dame college football game drew a 2.1 overnight rating on NBC Saturday afternoon, down 13% from the network’s first Notre Dame telecast last year (USF/ND: 2.4), and down 9% from the first telecast in 2010 (PUR/ND: 2.3). Last year...
Going into the game with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as 14-1/2 point dogs, Purdue coach Danny Hope figured he had only one hope to win Saturday. Stymie the Irish ground game, and make inexperienced sophomore quarterback Everett Golson beat them through the air. Hope accomplished both goals, yet still lost a last-second 20-17 decision [...]
A look at how Notre Dame's committed players fared on the gridiron this past weekend.
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly wraps-up the Purdue contest with his weekly Sunday press conference.
Gary West Side (Ind.) class of 2014 wide receiver Lonnie Johnson visited Notre Dame on Saturday and has a host of other interested schools.