The independent voice of Notre Dame Football and other Sports

  • Archive for the ‘-Football News’ Category

    Weis Cracks and Crack Backs

    10.01.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    From Kayo and Bacchus and Kayo (yeah, in that order.)

    Brock Sprack is happy his team won the game, but he’s still not quite sure what happened.

    Something must have come over him for the first 30 minutes, but he was back to his old self in the second half.

    The Purdue coaching staff is …

    Comments Off


    09.30.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame dug itself another first half hole against Purdue on Saturday, but the Irish battled back behind freshmen receivers Golden Tate and Duval Kamara to put a scare into the Boilermakers before losing 33-19. Evan Sharpley took over for an injured Jimmy Clausen and threw a pair of fourth quarter touchdown passes, but ...

    Comments Off


    09.27.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame travels to Purdue on Saturday to take on the 4-0 Boilermakers. The Irish will face a different type of attack this week after engaging in four consecutive ground wars to open the season. Purdue’s Curtis Painter is the best quarterback Notre Dame will have faced to date, and he is sure ...

    Comments Off

    My Two Cents

    09.25.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    The 0-4 start by Notre Dame has prompted a spate of analyses, rationalizations and accusations by a number of well-meaning folks and the ever-present band of Irish haters across the country. Some good insights have washed ashore from this sea of words, but there are only two truths that merit further discussion. First, Charlie Weis ...

    Comments Off


    09.23.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame’s struggles continued on Saturday against Michigan State, as the Spartans defeated the Irish 31-14 to record their sixth straight victory in South Bend. Although Notre Dame scored two touchdowns and began to resurrect its running game, the defense surrendered key plays and the special teams were badly outplayed. The Irish trailed ...

    Comments Off