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  • UConn, Irish Clash on Senior Day

    Notre Dame will play its final home game of the 2009 regular season on Saturday by hosting Connecticut in the first ever meeting between these teams. The Irish fans in attendance will say goodbye to outgoing seniors such as Paul Duncan, James Aldridge, Eric Olson and Sam Young. There will also be speculation regarding the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Too Little, Too Late

    Notre Dame appeared to sleepwalk through the first three quarters against Pittsburgh on Saturday, and their late rally fell short as the clock ticked down on the Charlie Weis era. By losing 27-22 to the Panthers, the Irish dropped to 6-4 on the season and stirred the bitter memories of last November’s collapse.

    In the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Pitt Awaits Fuming Irish

    Reeling and squabbling after a devastating loss to Navy, the Notre Dame football team heads to Pittsburgh to take on the ninth-ranked Panthers on Saturday night. Dave Wannstedt’s team is 8-1 on the season after easily dispatching Syracuse, but there is no chance they will take the Irish lightly. Led by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    The Weis Fact Sheet

    Regretfully, we’re assembling another fact sheet. Something we could have easily done a year ago, but we waited until the end was beyond doubt. Please email us with any factual errors.

    Under .500 over the last 3 seasons Against teams with winning records: Weis 8-19 (.296) Faust 12-23 (.343) Willingham 12-15 (.444) Davie 18-22 (.450)… Full Notre Dame News Story

    On-the-Job Training is Over

    posted by The Rock

    (The Rock Report) – Here’s how I started last year’s column, On-The Job-Training:

    “At this point it’s hard to understand how a realistic fan could have confidence that Notre Dame will improve to championship caliber under Weis.”

    This article is mostly a rehash – different year, same problem. Here we sit, … Full Notre Dame News Story