A determined group of Michigan Wolverines came into Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday with a smoldering rage borne of frustration after a 7-5 season in 2005 and questions regarding their place among college football’s elite. Meanwhile, the Irish have enjoyed their reclaimed position as America’s team behind head coach Charlie Weis and quarterback Brady Quinn. … Full Notre Dame News Story
The Michigan Wolverines invade Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday for what promises to be a heavyweight slugfest. Michigan has had limited success against chief rivals Notre Dame and Ohio State in recent years, and the Wolverines have dedicated themselves in the off-season to administer some payback. Meanwhile, the Irish must fight off complacency after thrashing… Full Notre Dame News Story
Notre Dame played solid football in all facets of the game on Saturday to outclass Penn State 41-17 in the home opener. The rejuvenated Irish defense turned in another fine performance, but this time the offense and its recently-maligned quarterback did its part to dismantle the Nittany Lions. Not to be outdone, Notre Dame’s special … Full Notre Dame News Story
After sending waves of panic through its neurotic fan base last weekend in Atlanta, the Notre Dame football team hosts Penn State on Saturday afternoon. Irish fans are still contemplating the possibility that Brady Quinn is a mere mortal and the Notre Dame offense might fizzle instead of sizzle. Those that actually hold onto their … Full Notre Dame News Story
For the first twenty-odd minutes of Saturday night’s season opener, it appeared as though Georgia Tech’s defense had either attended fall practice at Notre Dame or had developed a method to sneak into the Irish huddle. So complete was Tech’s control of the vaunted Notre Dame offense that even Charlie Weis had no answers.