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    Trojans Embarrass Hapless Irish

    11.29.2014 · Posted in News

    USC scored 21 first quarter points on the way to a 35-7 halftime lead, and coasted to a 49-14 victory over defenseless Notre Dame. The game was essentially no contest from the start, and the Irish limped to a 7-5 finish to the regular season. Cody Kessler threw six touchdown passes against an utterly futile ...

    Embattled Irish Seek Salvation at USC

    11.26.2014 · Posted in News

    Two tradition-rich programs with struggling defenses collide in Los Angeles on Saturday in the regular season finale as Notre Dame takes on the USC Trojans. Both teams are 7-4 and seeking to end losing streaks fueled by poor tackling, pass coverage breakdowns and inconsistent offensive line play. The winner in this long-standing rivalry game ...

    Irish Comeback Goes Wide Right

    11.22.2014 · Posted in News

    Kyle Brindza’s final kick in Notre Dame Stadium slid outside the upright with under a minute left as the Irish dropped a 31-28 heartbreaker to the Louisville Cardinals. Malik Zaire mishandled the snap ever so slightly, but it was enough of a bobble to disrupt Brindza’s leg swing and cause the 32-yard attempt to sail ...

    Victory Not in the Cards for Irish

    11.20.2014 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame will try to end a two-game losing streak when the Fighting Irish host the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday afternoon on Senior Day. This is the first meeting between these football programs, and both teams are 7-3 on the season with common opponents in Syracuse (wins) and Florida State (losses). The Irish have cooled ...

    Horrible Losses II

    11.15.2014 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame followed a disastrous performance in the desert with an unconscionable giveaway on its own turf as the Irish fell by 43-40 in overtime to the lowly Northwestern Wildcats. The loss dropped Notre Dame to 7-3 on the season, but what is far more disturbing is the manner in which the offense, defense, special ...