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    ND FOOTBALL AT THE CROSSROADS

    01.15.2008 · Posted in -Football News

    Lou Holtz coached at Notre Dame for eleven years before the University orchestrated his departure in 1996. Four head coaches have presided over the eleven seasons that followed, including a one-week stint by George O’Leary. These campaigns have resulted in a 78-56 overall record (Holtz was 100-30-2), four losing seasons, no season with ...

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    IRISH WIN STINKER AT STANFORD

    11.24.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame closed its most forgettable season in nearly a half century with a 21-14 victory at Stanford in a mistake-filled game by both teams. The Irish committed four turnovers and squandered several scoring opportunities, while the defense had just enough fuel left to stop the Cardinal in the final seconds. Notre Dame won because ...

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    IRISH LOOK TO END SEASON ON POSITIVE NOTE

    11.19.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    The following article was written by omahadomer. (please note that ND won when Vannie was out of the country.)

    History

    The Stanford Cardinal and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish face off in what promises to be an interesting game despite the two squads having only five wins between them this ...

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    YOUTH IS SERVED

    11.17.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Our Duke postgame wraupup is courtesy of poster NCIrish

    “The future’s so bright I gotta wear shades.”

    Well maybe things aren’t that good yet, but for one Saturday, the Notre Dame Nation was able to enjoy a win. Freshmen Jimmy Clausen & Robert Hughes led the youth movement as the Irish picked up their second ...

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    IRISH LOOK FOR SECOND WIN ON SENIOR DAY

    11.14.2007 · Posted in -Football News

    Our Duke preview is courtesy of BillShakespeare

    Notre Dame closes its home schedule Saturday and looks to spare its sparse senior class the embarrassment of a winless home slate. There is hope for the Irish this week, as they face off against a Duke team that, unlike any of the first ten Irish opponents, is … ...

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