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    I’m rarely at a loss for words after a Notre Dame football game, but Saturday’s stunning 46-44 loss to Navy in three overtimes was difficult to process. The notion that an undersized team of overachievers could defeat a powerful group of highly recruited players is as old as David vs. Goliath, but Appalachian State had … Full Notre Dame News Story

    IRISH RETURN TO BATTLE NAVY

    Notre Dame returns to action after a long-overdue bye week to take on the Midshipmen of Navy at the Stadium on Saturday. Evan Sharpley is the probable starter at quarterback for the Irish, as Jimmy Clausen continues to recover from various injuries. The 4-4 Middies are quite capable of finding the end zone with their … Full Notre Dame News Story

    TROJANS SHUT DOWN IRISH

    USC’s defense smothered Notre Dame’s struggling offense on Saturday and won their sixth straight over the Irish by 38-0. The Trojans’ methodical offense stuck with its plan to wear down the Notre Dame defense until the third quarter, when the demoralized Irish were no longer able to put up a fight. After what has arguably … Full Notre Dame News Story

    AILING TROJANS INVADE NOTRE DAME

    The USC Trojans return to Notre Dame on Saturday to renew the long standing rivalry between these schools. USC has won the last five contests and is heavily favored to add a sixth. The Irish will start Evan Sharpley at quarterback in an attempt to jumpstart their offense, while the Trojans will make a game … Full Notre Dame News Story

    IRISH COMEBACK PUT ON HOLD

    The pattern has become familiar. Notre Dame dug itself a 20-0 hole. Evan Sharpley tried to rally the offense, only to be done in by another series of mistakes and untimely penalties. A fourth quarter holding call negated a touchdown that would have made for an interesting finish, but Boston College’s Matt Ryan and Andre … Full Notre Dame News Story