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  • IRISH HEADED TO THE SUGAR BOWL

    Notre Dame will play in the Sugar Bowl for the first time in 15 years, as the Irish accepted an invitation to play LSU in New Orleans on January 3. Jerome Bettis was the most valuable player in 1992 when Notre Dame upset Florida in the famous Cheerios Bowl by 39-28. This year’s team will … Full Notre Dame News Story

    NOT READY FOR PRIME TIME

    Notre Dame entered the Los Angeles Coliseum on Saturday with high hopes, but came away with a heavy dose of humility after a 44-24 thrashing by the powerful USC Trojans. Wide receiver Dwayne Jarrett eviscerated the Irish secondary with seven receptions and three touchdowns, while USC’s defense and special teams demonstrated both superior talent and … Full Notre Dame News Story

    DETERMINED IRISH INVADE TROY

    Notre Dame ends its regular season in typical even-year fashion as the Irish travel to Southern California to face the second ranked USC Trojans. In typical “no excuses” fashion, Coach Charlie Weis has made no secret of the fact that he has spent considerable time in preparation for this contest and has challenged his team … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Complete Sweep of Pentagon

    Green-shirted Notre Dame stumbled around for one quarter before scoring 34 points over the next 20 minutes on the way to a 41-9 rout of Army. The win boosted the Irish to 10-1 on the season and served as a fitting home farewell to a group of seniors that have earned a special place in … Full Notre Dame News Story

    IRISH BATTLE ARMY IN HOME FINALE

    Notre Dame plays its final home game of the season on Saturday against the Black Knights of Army. The Irish will celebrate Senior Day, and even the walk-ons should be able to get on the field. Although Bobby Ross’ 3-7 squad enjoyed some early success including a couple of overtime wins, they have lost four … Full Notre Dame News Story