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    IRISH SOAR PAST FALCONS

    11.12.2006 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame jumped off to a quick 20-3 first quarter lead and coasted to a 39-17 victory over the Air Force Falcons on Saturday. Brady Quinn threw four touchdown passes, three of them in the team’s first three possessions, and Terrail Lambert returned a blocked field goal attempt for a 76-yard score to pace ...

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    IRISH TACKLE AIR FORCE

    11.09.2006 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame will visit the Air Force Academy on Saturday to take on the dangerous but somewhat inconsistent Falcons. Fisher DeBerry’s 4-4 team has taken highly regarded Tennessee to the wire before losing 31-30, but they have also lost to lowly San Diego State and were clobbered by BYU. Nevertheless, the Irish cannot ...

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    QUINN CARVES UP CAROLINA

    11.05.2006 · Posted in -Football News

    On a chilly, gloomy day in South Bend, Notre Dame played poorly on defense, gave up a 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and could not run the ball with any consistency against one of the worst defenses in Division I football. Although that sounds like a recipe for disaster, the Irish turned to ...

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    CONFIDENT IRISH FACE NORTH CAROLINA

    11.02.2006 · Posted in -Football News

    For the second consecutive home game, Notre Dame will host a team they have not played in a very long time. I was a freshman under the Golden Dome the last time the Tar Heels visited the Irish and lost 16-0, so it was only a few years after leather helmets and the single ...

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    IRISH SAIL PAST NAVY

    10.28.2006 · Posted in -Football News

    Brady Quinn passed for three touchdowns and ran for another as Notre Dame defeated Navy 38-14 on Saturday. Quinn hit 18 of 25 passes for 295 yards, and once again demonstrated that the rush by ABC and ESPN to award the Heisman trophy to Ohio State’s Troy Smith is not only premature, but also misguided.… ...

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