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Head coach of five-star running back Sony Michel of Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage, Mike Rumph, explains why Michel recently scheduled a return visit to Notre Dame this weekend before he announces his final decision later this month.
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NBC says Dan Hicks is replacing Tom Hammond as the lead play-by-play announcer on the network's Notre Dame broadcasts this season.
Hicks' first assignment comes Saturday, when NBC Sports Network airs Notre Dame's spring football game.
Hammond has been the lead Notre Dame announcer for NBC since 1992. NBC says Hammond will continue to be the network's lead announcer...
The news was first reported in Richard Deitsch's SI media column and later confirmed by NBC. Dan HIcks is in as Notre Dame play by play man. Tom Hammond is out after calling Fighting Irish games since 1992. Hicks is NBC's lead golf announcer and has also drawn acclaim for his calls of Olympic swimming during the summer games. In the past couple years, he's drawn...
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Leprechauns are known for getting into mischief, so of course Notre Dame’s official tryouts for the next school mascot would be a great deal of fun. Candidates vying for the position have to complete several tasks: giving a mock pep rally speech in front a crowd, fake interviews with difficult reporters, and there’s even a pushup competition to test the...
NBC Sports announced yesterday that beginning this season Dan Hicks will replace Tom Hammond on the play-by-play call of Notre Dame football. Hicks will be paird with analyst Mike Mayock and reporter Alex Flanagan. Hicks will continue to work as the host of NBC’s golf coverage, and will return for NBC’s Olympic telecast of the
Out of all the core positions in the upcoming NFL Draft, it could be argued only one has a consensus top-ranked prospect: tight end. Notre Dame's Tyler Eifert has distinguished himself, through both game film and offseason workouts, as being head and shoulders above the rest of the tight end class.But divining a landing spot in the NFL for the 6'6", 250-pound Eifert...
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In college football, unlike most other sports across the nation, the weekly rankings matter a great deal. There is no NCAA Tournament (though thankfully we are moving to a four-team playoff soon) that allows the players to decide it all on the field, meaning a margin of one or two spots in a poll can be the deciding factor as to whether...
Tight end Ian Bunting of Hinsdale (Ill.) Central visited Notre Dame for the second time this weekend, and he explains why Notre Dame would be a good fit for him and when he's eyeing a final decision.
Wide receiver Josh Malone of Gallatin (Tenn.) Station Camp is visiting Notre Dame this weekend for the spring game, and his head coach explains where Malone is at with recruitment and what type of player earned MVP Honors and an invitation to The Opening last weekend at the NFTC in Memphis.
As had been speculated for several months, there will be a new voice behind the mic for NBC’s Notre Dame coverage next season. Dan Hicks will replace Tom Hammond as the voice of Notre Dame [...]
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Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) Scout 300 offensive guard Sam Mustipher said Notre Dame offensive line coach Harry Hiestand was a key part of his decision to commit to Notre Dame.
Hinsdale Central (Ill.) tight end Ian Bunting talks about his latest visits to Notre Dame and Oregon -- and what's up next for him.