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    It Can’t End Soon Enough

    11.27.2009 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame closes the regular season with a meaningless game at Stanford on Saturday as the Charlie Weis era comes to an inglorious end. The 6-5 Irish are eligible for a post season bowl, but that technicality should not convince anyone that a postseason game will benefit the program in any constructive way.

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    A Football Carol

    11.26.2009 · Posted in -Football News

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    A cold November wind blew across the Northern Indiana landscape as Jack Swarbrick settled into his bedroom for the night. He had been looking forward to this respite for the better part of the afternoon; a chance to escape the pressure, the speculation, the inquiring stares that had filled his days for … ...

    Irish Fall in Second Overtime

    11.22.2009 · Posted in -Football News

    Andre Dixon waltzed into the end zone in the second overtime period to give the University of Connecticut a 33-30 victory over the beleaguered Irish on Senior Day at Notre Dame. The hosts started fast and held a 14-0 lead early in the contest, but the determined Huskies wore down the Irish with steady, physical ...

    UConn, Irish Clash on Senior Day

    11.20.2009 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame will play its final home game of the 2009 regular season on Saturday by hosting Connecticut in the first ever meeting between these teams. The Irish fans in attendance will say goodbye to outgoing seniors such as Paul Duncan, James Aldridge, Eric Olson and Sam Young. There will also be speculation regarding the ...

    Too Little, Too Late

    11.15.2009 · Posted in -Football News

    Notre Dame appeared to sleepwalk through the first three quarters against Pittsburgh on Saturday, and their late rally fell short as the clock ticked down on the Charlie Weis era. By losing 27-22 to the Panthers, the Irish dropped to 6-4 on the season and stirred the bitter memories of last November’s collapse.

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