David Robinson’s son Corey becoming star Notre Dame WR

Corey Robinson is one of many celebrity offspring playing football for Notre Dame right now. His father is “The Admiral” himself, NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson. The Fighting Irish roster also boasts the sons of Jon Bon Jovi, Torii Hunter and Cris Collinsworth.  Austin Collinsworth, a senior safety, was named one of the team’s captains this season. Of all the proud fathers...
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Brian Kelly: Florida State ‘Rewarded’ For Blown Coverage Against Notre Dame

Brian Kelly is still mad. The Notre Dame head coach was puzzled Saturday night after his team had a potential game-winning touchdown called back for offensive pass interference. On Sunday, Kelly was still heated after the supposed pick play led to the Fighting Irish’s first loss of the season. “But again, the play itself, in terms of what we ask our kids to do, it was pretty...
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Notre Dame's Kelly regrets not putting champs away

The next day, Brian Kelly's biggest regret was Notre Dame let a game with Florida State come down to a point where a penalty he still insisted should not have been called could have so much to do with the outcome. ''I mean, you got to take the belt from the champion,'' the Fighting Irish coach said Sunday, a little more than 12 hours after Notre Dame lost 31-27...
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Brian Kelly unloads on officials for pass interference call

Brian Kelly unloaded on ACC officials for the pass interference penalty called on Notre Dame during the FSU game.
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Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly Says FSU Was ‘Rewarded For Blown Coverage’ On Controversial Pass Interference Call

Like many Notre Dame fans, Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly is not happy with how Saturday night’s game against Florida State ended. On fourth down from the Seminoles’ two yard line, Notre Dame QB Everett Golson threw what appeared to be the game-winning touchdown pass to WR Corey Robinson. However, the officials called an offensive pass interference penalty, which negated the...
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Notre Dame football: Instant Classic with a Controversial Ending

The College football world got to witness one of the best games ever on Saturday night as Notre Dame football took on Florida State football. The game was lived up to all of the hype, but Notre Dame fans were left with a bad taste in their mouths. While the players left their blood, sweat, and tears on the field, the referees were the ones to decide the outcome of the game. Everett...
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Notre Dame’s Potential Game-Winning Touchdown Waved Off By Penalty (GIF)

Notre Dame and Florida State played one of this season’s best college football games Saturday night, but it came with some controversy. The No. 2 Seminoles escaped with a 31-27 win over the visiting No. 5 Fighting Irish, although it looked for a second like Notre Dame would pull off the upset. In fact, the Irish appeared to have the game won in the final seconds. Notre Dame quarterback...
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Everett Golson is a Heisman candidate; in 2015

Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson had a Heisman Trophy moment tonight…called back due to a C.J. Prosise offensive pass interference penalty. It would have complemented the true Heisman moment he had closing out the win over Stanford. However, tonight, and the Stanford game are negated by the Syracuse and North Carolina contests. Both of those were the best of times. They were...
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Notre Dame player: FSU fan threw alcohol at my family

We’ve heard plenty of horror stories about the poor treatment of relatives of the opposing team’s players during road games, and this certainly is right up there. Notre Dame cornerback Devin Butler says his brother and his daughter had an alcoholic drink thrown at them during Saturday’s exciting game in Tallahassee between Florida State and...Read More
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WATCH: Game Winning Touchdown For Notre Dame Called Back Due to Offensive Pass Interference Call

This just hurts. If you are going to lose an epic game you want to lose it because you got beat--not because you beat yourself. Sadly, that is exactly what happened to the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame Saturday night against Florida State.It looks here like Corey Robinson was making another great catch for the go-ahead touchdown, right?@bleacherreportRead more »
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Florida State beats Notre Dame 31-27 in thriller

For the third time in five games, Florida State trailed at halftime, but again, #2 Florida State rallied to top fifth-ranked Notre Dame 31-27 at Doak Campbell Stadium Saturday. Notre Dame looked to have scored the potential game-winning touchdown with 13 seconds left as Everett Golson hit Corey Robinson from three yards out, but an offensive pass interference call pushed the Fighting...
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Vine: Notre Dame Quarterback Everett Golson Injures Leg, Heads To Locker Room

Notre Dame’s Everett Golson just led the Irish on a huge go-ahead touchdown drive to put his team up 24-17 against Florida State in Tallahassee, but Irish fans have to be holding their breath. After the touchdown, Golson was seen favoring his leg, and headed into the locker room. Luckily, he’s returned to the sideline, but sophomore quarterback Malik Zaire has been warming up...
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Notre Dame football: Game of the Century Part 2?

The time has finally come for #5 Notre Dame football to take on #2 Florida State. The Irish are 10-point underdogs, and have been playing shaky the past few weeks. It is set up for the Irish to struggle against Florida State and Jameis Winston, but that is why they play the game. Legendary coach Herm Edwards said it best, “They play to win the game!” Is this game going to be...
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University of Florida trolls FSU with Notre Dame tweet

Florida State has a huge game Saturday against No. 5 Notre Dame, and just a few minutes ago, we learned that the Seminoles will have the services of starting quarterback Jameis Winston, after it was determined that there was no evidence linking him to any kind of pay-for-autograph scandal. But apparently the Fighting Irish aren’t the only ones who were keeping an eye on the Heisman...
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Four reasons why Notre Dame will beat Florida State

When Florida State and Notre Dame played "The Game of the Century" on Nov. 13, 1993, Jameis Winston (b. Jan. 6, 1994) had not been born...
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Notre Dame needs to face fully-armed Florida State

John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports Despite falling victim to Dak Prescott and the top-ranked Mississippi Bulldogs in this week’s polls, Florida State (6-0) still has a target on it’s back as the defending national champions, and on Saturday night, the second-ranked Seminoles will welcome the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (6-0) to Tallahassee for the weekend’s biggest showdown and...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Florida State vs. Notre Dame has implications similar to 1993

EDITOR’S NOTE: Mike Ferguson is the editor of Bloguin’s Florida State site, Noled Out. This piece is re-posted from Noled Out. Find much more Notre Dame-Florida State coverage from Noled Out and Bloguin’s Notre Dame site, Subway Domer. * On November 13, 1993, Florida State and Notre Dame played in a contest dubbed, “The Game of the Century.” Behind Heisman Trophy-winning...
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FSU frat posts Manti Te'o joke ahead of Notre Dame matchup

It’s been nearly two years since the college football world learned that Manti Te’o, then a Notre Dame linebacker, had been catfished by a man pretending to be a woman named Lennay Kekua. In that time frame, Florida State, led by quarterback Jameis Winston, has yet to lose a college football contest. One FSU fraternity, ATO, put two and two together to create a lovely sign ahead...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame Football: 5 Players Done For 2014

Heralded 5 star defensive end Ishaq Williams came to Notre Dame in a class with 2 players currently in the NFL.Aaron Lynch and Stephon Tuitt currently hold roster spots with the Steelers and 49ers.Tuitt and Williams (alongside Manti Teo and Louis Nix) brought the Fighting Irish to it's national championship status in 2012. Lynch moved on to USF before the 2012 season.Williams...
Via Football Nation
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Irish Eyes will be on Everett Golson and ball security

Notre Dame Head Football Coach Brian Kelly can deny or make excuses for the sudden error prone football his quarterback Everett Golson is making. But deep down, you know Kelly and the rest of his offensive coaching staff are worried as they head into this season’s biggest game Saturday. Golson has turned the ball over eight times the past three games. Of those turnovers, three...
Via The Sports Bank
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Suspended Kendall Moore announces Notre Dame departure

Kendall Moore, one of the five players suspended in the Notre Dame academic scandal, announced in an Instagram post Tuesday evening that he is leaving the university. In his caption on the photo, Moore said, "While it is disappointing, I will respectfully leave my alma mater as a proud May 2014 graduate of the institution that I have respectfully loved and given my best efforts...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Notre Dame football: Rulings on suspended players, big commit and Florida State

It looks like the rulings on the 5 suspended Notre Dame football players have come in, and the players are starting to make their decisions on their futures. We have heard about 2 students KeiVarae Russell and Davaris Daniels, and now Coach Brian Kelly has notified us about Ishaq Williams. Last week Russell made an Instagram post where he said, “Though disappointed in the decision...
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Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly Announces That DL/LB Ishaq Williams Will Miss All Of 2014, Plans On Returning In 2015

The fate of another member of Notre Dame’s “Frozen Five” has been revealed. During his press conference today, Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly announced that DL/LB Ishaq Williams will miss all of 2014. Kelly told reporters that Williams informed him that his season is over, but that he would like to come back for 2015. #NotreDame HC Brian Kelly: Ishaq Williams said he will...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

DaVaris Daniels done at Notre Dame

Former NFL player Phillip Daniels, the father of DaVaris Daniels has announced that his son will no longer play football at Notre Dame. Finally after over 4 months my son got an answer! He is done at Notre Dame and will weigh his options for the future! #HeIsNDNoMore — Phillip Daniels (@PhillipDaniels) October 14, 2014 Good luck to the rest of the players at ND and we wish you...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Brian Kelly Says KeiVarae Russell Is Only Player Of Suspended 5 To Update Him On Status

Earlier this week, Notre Dame cornerback KeiVarae Russell, one of the team’s five suspended players, confirmed that he will not play during the 2014 season as a result of a reported academic scandal. Sunday, a day after the Irish upended North Carolina, head coach Brian Kelly told reporters that Russell is actually the only player of the group he’s been updated on. He also said...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss
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