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    Back to the Future

    07.15.2015 · Posted in News, Notre Dame Football

    Regardless of what the calendar said, I always knew college football season was coming when the preview magazines hit the shelves. If we were up at the lake, I’d duck in to the drugstore to grab them all off the shelf and spend glorious hours pouring over them on the porch. Prior to ...

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    No Niedermeyers Here

    07.13.2015 · Posted in NDNation, News, Notre Dame Alumni

    Former Irish QB Brady Quinn’s charity, 3rd and Goal, is joining forces with Salute, Inc., to launch a new campaign aimed at providing support for veterans of our armed forces. The campaign, called Drop and Give Me 10, wants to raise $100,000 to give veterans and their families much-needed support.

    Their methodology is similar to ...

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    Spring Preview – Offense

    04.16.2015 · Posted in News

    Above the position battles, Irish fans are interested in one big question:  Does Brian Kelly fully recognize the extra risk that comes with the passing game? As noted in “if Weis fails”, former Head Coach Charlie Weis was infamous for his blind eye to the risks of the passing game, continually noting that “the play ...

    Adjourning

    04.01.2015 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    Three weeks ago, I documented the Notre Dame basketball team’s progress over the course of the season within the construct of Bruce Tuckman’s stages of team development. You will recall that Tuckman, a professor of psychology at Ohio State, identified a model for the stages of team development and successful leader behaviors for each. His ...

    Four Minutes

    03.25.2015 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    The score was 55-55. Butler’s Roosevelt Jones had the ball with a standing dribble at quarter court as the clock wound down. Pat Connaughton stood in a defensive stance as he waited just outside the free throw line for Jones to drive for what he hoped would be a game winning shot.

    Jones had been … ...

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