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  • DAZED AND CONFUSED

    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

    NEW LOOK IRISH BATTLE GEORGIA TECH

    Notre Dame begins the 2007 football season at home on Saturday against Georgia Tech, completing a two year exchange of season-opening games against the Yellow Jackets. The Irish won last season’s contest 14-10 on the road in a hard fought defensive battle. Notre Dame will introduce a new quarterback and a number of first time … Full Notre Dame News Story

    UNDERDOG IRISH BATTLE LSU

    For the second consecutive year, Notre Dame will play in a BCS bowl against an extraordinarily talented opponent. Louisiana State is heavily favored to defeat the Irish in the Sugar Bowl on January 3, which is essentially a home game for the fourth ranked Tigers. The game represents an opportunity for Notre Dame to conclude … Full Notre Dame News Story

    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