Michigan built a 27-13 halftime lead behind the running and passing of Devin Gardner and held off a comeback attempt by Notre Dame to defeat the Irish 41-30 on Saturday night before a Michigan Stadium record crowd of over 115,000. Gardner threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score, while Jeremy Gallon had 184 … Full Notre Dame News Story
At some point, Mike Royko never saying, “Some things you wonder, some things you think, and some things you just know,” is going to turn into a “Craig James killed five hookers” thing.
At the beginning of the season, I told multiple people “If you bet the Irish this season, bet the under.” I hereby … Full Notre Dame News Story
Notre Dame travels to Ann Arbor on Saturday night to write another chapter in the moderately significant but soon to be discontinued rivalry with the Michigan Wolverines. Both teams won season-opening games against overmatched opponents, but this contest is a more reliable barometer of strength and national standing. The Irish will try to dispel the … Full Notre Dame News Story
Week Two of the Irish Blogger Gathering kicks off with Ryan Ritter of Her Loyal Sons answering my five … er, three questions for the week. I, in turn, was queried by Frank Vitovich at UHND. The other exchanges can be sampled at Strong & True, Inside the Irish, and Subway Domer.
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Notre Dame started fast with a pair 32-yard touchdown passes from Tommy Rees to DaVaris Daniels in the first five minutes, but appeared to quickly lose interest while completing a methodical 28-6 victory over the outmanned Temple Owls. There were even a few tense moments in the second quarter, but order was restored when Temple … Full Notre Dame News Story