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    Irish Venture into Panthers’ Lair

    11.05.2015 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame continues its march through Pennsylvania on Saturday as the Fighting Irish take on the Pittsburgh Panthers. Coach Pat Narduzzi, formerly the Defensive Coordinator at Michigan State, is 6-2 in his first at the helm for Pitt. Narduzzi succeeded Paul Chryst, who returned to Wisconsin to take over in Madison where he had been ...

    Kizer and Fuller Treat Irish to Win

    11.01.2015 · Posted in News

    DeShone Kizer hit Will Fuller with a 17-yard scoring strike with 2:09 remaining to lift Notre Dame to a hard fought 24-20 win over previously unbeaten Temple on Saturday night. The Irish offense struggled mightily throughout, as Kizer’s two red zone interceptions in the first half kept the game close. The determined Owls clawed back ...

    Temple Hopes to Frighten Irish

    10.29.2015 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame returns to action after a much-needed bye week to take on the undefeated Temple Owls on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The Fighting Irish may not have circled this game on the schedule in August, but Matt Rhule’s program has exceeded expectations in his third year at the helm. The ...

    A Premature Playoff Conversation

    10.21.2015 · Posted in News

    Since it’s a bye week for Notre Dame and the Fighting Irish have only one loss to date, my thoughts drifted to the initial rankings to be issued by the playoff committee on November 3, and what help Notre Dame may need to slide into a top four spot at the end of the season. ...

    Irish Outlast USC in Epic Slugfest

    10.18.2015 · Posted in News

    In a game dominated by offensive playmakers and seismic momentum shifts, Notre Dame dominated the fourth quarter and outlasted the explosive USC Trojans by 41-31 on Saturday evening. The Irish trailed by 31-24 late in the third quarter, but two 90-yard drives and a pair of interceptions by their much-maligned defense gave the hosts a ...