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  • Irish Philanthropy

    When discussing Fighting Irish players in the pro ranks, two things always jump to the fore. First, they sound like college graduates when interviewed. Second, they give back to the community.

    Today, former Notre Dame defensive stalwart Justin Tuck added another bullet to his philanthropy resume. He will be joining up with Ronnie Lott’s All … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Blue, Gold, Green & Orange

    Notre Dame concludes its home schedule on Saturday against the Syracuse Orange. This week has been designated as a “Green is Universal” celebration by NBC, where teams from Syracuse and Notre Dame will compete in various eco-challenges. The school that has the most team members making commitments to lead greener lives will win $10,000 to … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Can’t Cruise Over Navy

    A strong second half ground game propelled Notre Dame to a 27-7 lead early in the fourth period, but critical missteps in the final three minutes required that the Irish hang on for dear life to defeat Navy by 27-21 on Saturday. The Midshipmen were largely frustrated in their attempts to execute the option attack … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Talent vs. Execution in Baltimore

    Notre Dame travels to Baltimore on Saturday to play the Naval Academy at M&T; Bank Stadium. The Midshipmen broke a 43 game losing streak to the Irish last season in triple overtime, and hope to prey upon the recent offensive downturn by the struggling visitors. Navy head football coach Ken Niumatalolo has had two weeks … Full Notre Dame News Story

    On The Job Training

    At the this point it’s hard to understand how a realistic fan could have confidence that Notre Dame will improve to championship caliber under Weis. Yes, the talent pipeline is stocked and Notre Dame will be a power two years from now (that’s what happens when good players mature,) but is Weis capable of taking … Full Notre Dame News Story