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    Preview – Rutgers at Notre Dame

    02.05.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    Notre Dame will host Quincy Magoo’s beloved Rutgers Scarlett Knights at noon tomorrow to start Super Bowl Sunday for several thousand barely awake students and a complement of Michiana sports fans.  It is ND’s first home game in two weeks.  While they were gone, the Irish took sole possession of second place in the Big ...

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    Irish DeFeat DePaul

    02.03.2011 · Posted in NDNation, News

    Carleton Scott made a jump shot on Notre Dame’s first possession, and the Irish never relinquished the lead en route to a 83-58 victory.  Ben Hansbrough led the way with 24 points, and Scott Martin added 15.

    Freshman guard Brandon Young scored 16 points for DePaul.  Cleveland Melvin, who entered the game with a 21.5 … ...

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    Halftime

    01.30.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation

    Most Big East teams have played nine conference games, including Notre Dame.  All have played at least eight games.  It’s halftime in the conference season.  It’s time to cue The Amazing Christopher and take a look at the stats.

    It’s hard to imagine that there has ever been a more interesting, competitive and entertaining Big … ...

    Irish Burn Pittsburgh

    01.24.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation

    Ben Hansbrough controlled the game tempo running Notre Dame’s “Burn” offense the entire game en route to 19 points and a 56-51 victory in Pittsburgh.  Carleton Scott added 16 points and 9 rebounds including 5 out of 6 from three point range.

    Pitt entered the game sporting the #2 national ranking with a 19-1 record, … ...

    Preview – Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

    01.23.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation

    If the Fighting Irish want to prove that they can play well against good teams in Big East road games, they have a wonderful opportunity on Monday.  Notre Dame (16-4/5-3) will be in Pittsburgh to play the first place Panthers (19-1/7-0) in the Petersen Events Center where they are not inclined to lose.  Pitt has ...

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