Found October 27, 2011 on TheMatadorSports:
Notre Dame’s legendary quarterback Joe Montana is displeased with his alma mater. During the 22nd annual Compeer luncheon appearance at the Riverside Convention Center in Rochester New York, the Golden Domer was asked weather he would consider an athletic director position or head coach position at Notre Dame. His response, “You’re asking me at absolutely the wrong time.” Montana’s terse comment evolved from the way his son Nate Montana was treated during his brief stint at Notre Dame. The younger Montana, who was a preferred walk-on, was a seldom used back-up who was sort of a renaissance man early in his career. In 2008, he saw no playing time as a freshman. In 2009, he transferred to Pasadena Community College where he completed 31 of 88 passes for 324 yards (2 TDs, 5 INTs). In 2010, he returned to Notre Dame as Dayne Christ’s back-up where is saw very limited action. When he did play, it was hardly stellar—amassing 116 yards in 3 games with 0 TDs and 1 INT. Ultimately it was tim...

Kelly: I want a Jumbotron at Notre Dame Stadium

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Notre Dame is a whopping 20-point favorite over Navy on Saturday. The Midshipmen (2-5) have lost five games in a row and there is really no good reason to think that streak won’t continue against the Irish. Having said that, I’ll give you ten reasons why fans in Annapolis should have hope that the Mids can more than hang with Notre Dame.

Better QB play key to ending Notre Dame red zone woes

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Swimming & Diving. Men's Swimming and Diving Slips in 193-107 Decision to Notre Dame

Junior Adam Maczewski posted a season-best in the 100 back, however it was enough as the University of Pittsburgh men's swimming and diving team dropped a 193-107 decision to Notre Dame at Joe C. Trees Pool Friday evening.

ND coach Kelly wants a Jumbotron at stadium

Brian Kelly wants a Jumbotron at Notre Dame Stadium.

Te'o Leads Revamped Irish Defense

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Containment Issues

Notre Dame may again yield ample yardage vs. the Naval Academy's vaunted triple-option. But unlike the last two times the teams played, both Irish losses, it appears to be part of the plan...

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The WVU men's soccer team travels to Notre Dame.
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