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  • Irish Seek Improvement at Purdue

    Notre Dame will travel to Purdue on Saturday evening with the objective of getting back into the win column as the Irish take on the Boilermakers. This long standing intrastate rivalry marks its 85th edition, with Notre Dame holding a 56-26-2 series lead and winning the last five. The teams battled to the wire last … Full Notre Dame News Story

    IBG: I’ve Got Your Boiler Right Here

    Irish Blogger GatheringThe Irish are off to West Lafayette seeking answers to their struggles. Meanwhile, the Irish Blogger Gathering has answers galore. My five … er, three questions were answered below by Frank Vitovich at UHND. I was water-Boilered by Keith Arnold over at Inside the Irish, so check my opinion out over there. Seek edification also … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Betting on a Long-Shot

    (The Rock Report) – Consider Bob Stoops’ past the ghost of Kelly’s football future.

    Stoops reiterated that OU should have tried to establish the run a bit more. The Sooners had 24 run plays compared to 52 pass attempts (against Notre Dame.)  “You do need to run the football,” Stoops said. “Probably in hindsight we … Full Notre Dame News Story

    No Fate But What We Make

    I was working at one of my kids’ fundraiser Sunday morning, and a fellow parent who knew I was an ND alumnus came over to chat about the loss Saturday night. He’s a B1G grad, but of a school we never play, and we share a mutual loathing of those in Ann Arbor, so the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Michigan Scores by the Gallon

    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