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  • Irish Invade Eagles’ Turf

    Notre Dame travels to New England this weekend to play the Boston College Eagles in the first college football game at Fenway Park since 1956. The 9-1 Irish continue to be ranked fourth in the latest Playoff Committee poll and have no margin for error, while the 3-7 Eagles are looking to make their season … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Sleepy Irish Survive Wake-up Call

    Josh Adams had a record 98-yard touchdown run and DeShone Kizer ran for two scores as Notre Dame eased past a surprisingly spunky Wake Forest squad by 28-7 on Saturday. The Irish moved to 9-1 on the season, but detractors will claim the victory lacked style points that might be required to maintain the number … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Another Banner Season

    Before the Fighting Irish tip off the season opener in Purcell Pavilion on Friday, the 2015 ACC Championship banner will be unfurled. It will be the last chance to cherish the postseason run of what arguably has become Notre Dame’s most beloved basketball team, a tough and competitive group that was likable at every step … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Must Maintain Focus on Senior Day

    Notre Dame concludes its home football schedule on Saturday afternoon by hosting Wake Forest, who is 3-6 on the season and coming off a bye week. Pregame ceremonies will be held to honor the outgoing Fighting Irish seniors and their families, including Sheldon Day, Nick Martin, Ronnie Stanley, Romeo Okwara, Elijah Shumate and Chris Brown. … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Catching a Lift for Veterans

    Long-time NDN readers will have heard the stories of Willie, Andy’s larger-than-life friend.  Subtlety was not his watchword, and his hijinks tended to draw the wrath of administrators large and small.

    While Willie has mellowed a bit in his post-Notre Dame life, he still believes in going big or going home — an attitude that … Full Notre Dame News Story