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  • New Player App Available

    The folks at TopFan have released a new app called the Irish Player Community, featuring former Notre Dame student athletes.  Users can keep up on the players’ organizations and efforts from portable Apple or Android devices.  See charitable groups, Facebook posts, and much more. Current and planned participants include Rick Mirer, Ara Parseghian, Ruth Riley, … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Skunk Wolverines

    Notre Dame’s restructured defense made a giant leap forward on Saturday night as it dominated a surprisingly hapless Michigan squad by 31-0. The Irish forced four turnovers and came within a questionable referee’s call of scoring a touchdown on the last play of the game on an interception return by Elijah Shumate. The Wolverines also … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Wonder, Think & Know: Pure Michigan Edition

    At some point in his life, Mike Royko probably thought “Some things you wonder, some things you think, and some things you just know”, even though he never said it. But he definitely never thought “leaders and best” about anything originating from Ann Arbor.

    Wolverine tears heal Chuck Norris.

    Although I’ll spend some time during … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Battle Michigan for Bragging Rights

    The on again, off again rivalry between Notre Dame and Michigan is scheduled to shut down for an indefinite period, but not before the two perennial football powers clash once more on Saturday night in South Bend. Both teams breezed to easy victories in their respective season openers, scoring a combined 100 points and racking … Full Notre Dame News Story

    IBG: Allowing the Hate Edition

    Irish Blogger GatheringAfter a warm-up week to get our legs under us, the IBG has returned for another year and another format change. This year, each of the participants will pose a question to the group, and each of us will collect our answers to all the questions and link the other ones. To read the answers … Full Notre Dame News Story