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    Enter At Our Own Risk

    Let’s face it, in my lexicon, “excellence” is to “Ann Arbor” as “taste” is to “Kardashian”. Unless we’re talking about things like this or this or this, of course … one must recognize facts when they’re presented, after all.

    But today my hat must tip, because this morning I read an article in the Ann … ...

    Eight is (Not) Enough

    03.14.2014 · Posted in Basketball, Notre Dame Basketball

    Yesterday, I talked about the poor performance this basketball season and put the onus on Jack Swarbrick and Mike Brey to do something about it. Not 24 hours later, we have our first indication of Brey’s attitude about next season, and frankly, it doesn’t inspire confidence.

    In interviews following the first-round ACC Tournament loss to ...

    Shake it Up

    03.13.2014 · Posted in Basketball, Notre Dame Basketball

    In the wake of the NCAA loss to Iowa State last year, I said both Jack Swarbrick and Mike Brey needed to gear up for changes. The downslide since the #2-seed performance the previous season needed to be reversed, and it seemed both men had the ability and opportunity to get their part of that ...

    Standing at the Crossroads

    01.29.2014 · Posted in News

    After many months of conjecture and consternation, details regarding the official Building Plan for Notre Dame Stadium, dubbed the Campus Crossroads Project, were released this morning via electronic distribution. Since the major parties are in Rome for the BOT meetings, there isn’t a press conference scheduled to give further details at this point. ...

    The Gist of our Goals

    01.08.2014 · Posted in -Football News, Notre Dame Football

    A couple weeks ago, I reviewed the 2014-16 football schedules ND released before the holidays, and said I would talk about the Scheduling Philosophy “tomorrow”. Obviously my concept of the word “tomorrow” is a little skewed, because here we are in January. But tomorrow has come, and as I’ve always said, some things you won ...

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