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    In a horrific display of offensive incompetence, Notre Dame football sunk to a level not seen since December 1985 when the Irish were annihilated 38-0 by Michigan on Saturday. The disaster started from the first play of scrimmage when fifth year senior center John Sullivan launched the snap over the head of Armando Allen and … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Big Uglies Battle in Ann Arbor

    After suffering two crushing defeats to start their respective seasons, Michigan and Notre Dame will stagger into the Big House on Saturday like a pair of aging, punch-drunk heavyweights. Each team will start a highly recruited freshman quarterback and attempt to rebuild its foundation for the remainder of this season and beyond. Rather than a … Full Notre Dame News Story


    Despite a promising debut by freshman quarterback Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame turned in its second consecutive dismal offensive performance as the Irish fell 31-10 to Penn State. While Clausen completed 17 of 32 passes for 144 yards and flashed the talent and poise that fans had hoped to see, the offensive line crumbled around him. … Full Notre Dame News Story


    The Notre Dame football team might actually welcome two consecutive road games after last week’s spanking at home against Georgia Tech, but the Irish will play a revenge-seeking Penn State squad on Saturday evening in front of 107,000 hostile fans. Notre Dame soundly defeated the Nittany Lions last September, but quarterback Anthony Morelli has made … Full Notre Dame News Story


    Notre Dame opened the 2007 season with the most inept display of offensive football in the Charlie Weis era. As 80,000 fans withered under the relentless Indiana sun, the Irish experienced their own four hour meltdown against Georgia Tech. The game was not as close as the 33-3 final score would indicate, and Notre Dame … Full Notre Dame News Story