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  • Wonder, Think & Know: Uncle Ben Edition

    I realize Mike Royko never said “Some things you wonder, some things you think, and some things you just know”. I’m pretty sure he said “Michigan Sucks” a couple times, though.

    No doubt a QB can make a difference. That game would have been 13-10 early in the fourth quarter last year and I would … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Golson Leads Irish Romp Over Rice

    Everett Golson threw two long touchdown passes and ran for three more scores to lead Notre Dame to an easy 48-17 victory over the Rice Owls in the season opener. The Irish rolled up 576 yards of total offense under the direction of Golson, who recorded 295 passing yards in three quarters of action. The … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Depleted Irish Open Against Rice

    Notre Dame kicks off its 2014 college football season on Saturday by hosting the defending Conference USA champion Rice Owls. Head Coach Brian Kelly (37-15) enters his fifth year for the Irish, who hold a 4-0 advantage in the series. The teams last played during Notre Dame’s 1988 national championship season. David Bailiff, who owns … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Wonder, Think and Know: Football Four Edition

    I don’t think Mike Royko ever commented on Notre Dame’s academic integrity.  He certainly never said “Some things you wonder, some things you think, and some things you just know”, particularly outside of any sports seasons.  But the current situation with Notre Dame’s investigation of academic misconduct by students, including four football players, demands I … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Summer Stock: Defense

    What do a former walk-on, a former wide receiver, a former safety, a linebacker whose leg was shattered “like a jigsaw puzzle” and another linebacker with an ACL tear all have in common?  They’re all vying for a starting position on the Notre Dame linebacking corps in 2014.  That M*A*S*H/Bad News Bears unit playing behind … Full Notre Dame News Story