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    Preview – Seton Hall at Notre Dame

    02.25.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    If you enjoyed Marshon Brooks’ scoring outburst against Notre Dame last Wednesday, there’s a chance you’ll see Act 2 when Jeremy Hazell leads the Seton Hall Pirates into Purcell Pavilion to play the #9 Fighting Irish on Saturday evening.  Like Brooks, Hazell is a tall, athletic guard who never eschews a shot.  He is capable ...

    High Point Man for the Irish…

    02.24.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    Between 1968 and 1971, nothing was closer to certain than that phrase preceding the name Austin Carr on the ACC’s public address system after a Notre Dame basketball game.   Carr, who will be added to ND’s Ring of Honor on Saturday, led the Irish in scoring 70 of the 74 times he played for ...

    Irish Survive Shootout at the PC Corral

    02.23.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    A Big East record 52-point performance by Providence guard Marshon Brooks was almost enough to defeat #9 Notre Dame, but the Irish survived a shootout by the narrowest of margins, 94-93.  Brooks’ scoring outburst overshadowed outstanding performances by Ben Hansbrough (32 points, 10-13 from the field) and Tim Abromaitis (28 points, 11-16).

    Brooks stat line … ...

    Preview – Notre Dame at Providence

    02.22.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    #9 Notre Dame (21-5/10-4) will travel to Rhode Island to play the Providence Friars (14-13/3-11) in a classic trap game, a trap that has already snared Louisville and Villanova this season.

    Eight teams are within two games of the Fighting Irish in the Big East standings, so they cannot afford a stumble against a team … ...

    Irish Fall to West Virginia

    02.19.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    Truck Bryant’s 24 points led West Virginia to a 72-58 victory over Notre Dame in Morgantown on Saturday.  Bryant, who came into the game shooting just 26.5% from three point range, made 4-6 from long range in the second half to lead an early rally that the Irish never overcame.

    Ben Hansbrough led Notre Dame … ...

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