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    What Went Wrong?

    03.05.2016 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    Two weeks ago, Fighting Irish fans were excited about an eight day span that included home victories over North Carolina and Louisville and a road win at Clemson. A free pass to the ACC Tournament quarter-finals seemed certain, and Head Coach Mike Brey talked about finishing in first place for the regular season.

    Notre Dame … ...

    Very Interesting

    02.20.2016 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    On February 5th, Notre Dame had 15 wins and 7 losses, 6 wins and 4 losses in the ACC. It wasn’t a bad season at that point. There was a reasonable path to the NCAA tournament, but there was work to do; and if the Irish could eliminate some repeating failures from the early part ...

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    The Voices Are Back

    02.11.2016 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    The voices have returned. So far they are asking questions instead of commanding me to do their bidding.

    What is the appropriate response when an opponent runs to a 15 point lead?

    In Purcell Pavillion, it’s DanceCam.

    Is there a number of opponent losses that makes rushing the court inappropriate?

    I’m sure there is, and … Full ...

    Avon Calling *

    02.03.2016 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    At forward, a 6’10” senior from Avon, Indiana, and Keough Hall… A.J. Burgett!

    After Burgett sat on the bench for all but 41 minutes of the 2015-16 season and played only 8 minutes in the first 8 conference games, I don’t think anyone saw that announcement coming.

    Burgett’s start in Sunday’s victory over Wake Forest …

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    Disaster Recovery

    01.28.2016 · Posted in Basketball, NDNation, Notre Dame Basketball

    In the business world, anticipating and planning for disasters is common practice. The business is logically separated into its components, and each part is assessed for likelihood of failure and impact of the loss. Businesses build redundancy for high impact components when possible, and they develop contingency plans for quickly replacing them if lost for ...

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