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    Preview – Rutgers at Notre Dame

    02.05.2011 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, News

    Notre Dame will host Quincy Magoo’s beloved Rutgers Scarlett Knights at noon tomorrow to start Super Bowl Sunday for several thousand barely awake students and a complement of Michiana sports fans.  It is ND’s first home game in two weeks.  While they were gone, the Irish took sole possession of second place in the Big ...

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    Patrick Connaughton – SF

    02.05.2011 · Posted in News

    Patrick Connaughton | SF ESPN Grade 96 | Scout: **** | Rivals:***

    Hometown: Danvers, MA | St. Johns Prep Height 6’5″ | Weight 185 lbs.



    Connaughton is a wing player with a good skill set, great length, deceptive athleticism, and incredible intangibles. He is a major mismatch problem because ...

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    Irish DeFeat DePaul

    02.03.2011 · Posted in NDNation, News

    Carleton Scott made a jump shot on Notre Dame’s first possession, and the Irish never relinquished the lead en route to a 83-58 victory.  Ben Hansbrough led the way with 24 points, and Scott Martin added 15.

    Freshman guard Brandon Young scored 16 points for DePaul.  Cleveland Melvin, who entered the game with a 21.5 … ...

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    Recapping Notre Dame’s 2011 Recruiting Class

    02.03.2011 · Posted in -Football News, -Football Recruiting, News

    (Notre Dame Football News | The Rock Report) – Brian Kelly’s first full class ended up ranked 8th, 9th, 9th and 1st by different recruiting sites, but for Notre Dame’s needs it was a class that will likely have greater impact than the rankings due to the talent ...

    DePaul Preview

    02.02.2011 · Posted in Basketball, News

    After a nine-day layoff, the Fighting Irish will start the second half of their Big East schedule with a scrimmage … at least it better seem like a scrimmage against the winless DePaul Blue Demons.  After a 6-3 record playing the conference’s most difficult first-half schedule, a loss to one of the bottom five teams ...

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