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  • Hurricane Relief for Haiti

    Most Irish fans associate Hurricane Matthew with the on-field devastation we saw vs. NC State.  But there was plenty of real devastation in Matthew’s wake, and nowhere was it felt more than in Haiti.

    Notre Dame alumnus Vince DeGennaro, class of 2002, currently is providing relief work in that battered country.  In the midst of … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Discipline

    There’s nothing like a 2-5 start to supercharge discussions of a coach’s future.  Will he stay or won’t he?  Which assistants will stay, and who will be let go?  Who can they get?  How can they improve?  What can they do?

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but under Brian Kelly’s leadership, … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Continue Perplexing Slide

    Quenton Meeks ignited a second half comeback with a 50-yard interception return for a touchdown as Stanford overcame a 10-0 deficit to defeat Notre Dame by 17-10 on Saturday night. After a safety on another bad snap by the Irish brought the Cardinal to within 10-9, the visitors recorded the winning score with 10:38 left … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Welcome Ailing Cardinal

    Two teams that urgently need a win collide in South Bend on Saturday night when Notre Dame (2-4) hosts the Stanford Cardinal (3-2). The Fighting Irish are burdened with mid-term exams and will begin a much needed fall break following this contest, but the annual battle with Stanford has become a more passionate rivalry in … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Can’t Stay Afloat in Raleigh

    Dexter Wright scooped up a blocked punt and raced into the end zone with the game’s only touchdown as North Carolina State defeated Notre Dame by 10-3 on Saturday in simply awful weather conditions. The Wolfpack dominated the game throughout, but neither team was able to capitalize on even one of many opportunities until Darryl … Full Notre Dame News Story