Undefeated Purdue invades Notre Dame Stadium on Saturday to challenge the Fighting Irish. The Boilermakers have accumulated some impressive offensive statistics while going 4-0 against inferior competition, and this week’s game will be their first outside of West Lafayette. Meanwhile, Notre Dame will attempt to build on last week’s emotional comeback victory over Michigan State.… Full Notre Dame News Story
I love the smell of testosterone in the morning. Smells like victory.Been dreaming about Charlie again, Kayo?
Actually, the pugnacious Brian Poulian is my new man-hero.John L. Smith said he was disappointed about last year’s flag planting because his players didn’t find the fifty yard line, a problem that re-emerged for his team during… Full Notre Dame News Story
With its season and even its overall credibility headed for the abyss on Saturday night, Notre Dame staged a miraculous rally to defeat Michigan State 40-37. Terrail Lambert’s two fourth quarter interceptions keyed a furious comeback, during which the Irish erased a 37-21 deficit in the final eight minutes to stun 80,000 rain-soaked Spartan fans.… Full Notre Dame News Story
For Notre Dame’s suddenly vulnerable football team, there is more at stake on Saturday night than a victor’s right to plant a flag in conquered territory. The Irish can kill two birds with a solid, winning performance – exorcise the demons of last week’s disaster and gain revenge over a pesky rival by knocking Michigan … Full Notre Dame News Story
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