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  • Irish on Collision Course with Trees

    Notre Dame places its 5-0 record on the line Saturday when the Irish host Stanford in South Bend. The 4-1 Cardinal came from behind last week to beat Arizona 54-48 in overtime, while Notre Dame crushed Miami by 41-3 in Chicago. After playing three consecutive night games, the Irish and NBC television have returned to … Full Notre Dame News Story

    It’s Gru … er, Jackson

    One of the very few downsides of ND’s football resurgence is it’s pushed the concept of multi-tasking to new boundaries for us. I certainly didn’t mean to give short shrift to Demetrius Jackson’s commitment to ND two weeks ago. For those of us watching the improvement in basketball recruiting in the wake of the renewed … Full Notre Dame News Story

    The Double-Edged Sword

    The spoils do indeed go to the winner, and with Notre Dame off to its best start since 1993 (I refuse to acknowledge the existence of a 2002 season), said spoils are starting to roll in. The inexorable move up the polls continues. Hypotheses on quality bowl destinations abound. Everyone’s playing the what-if game to … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Crush Hurricanes

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    CHICAGO – Eighty-five years since making their first appearance in Soldier Field the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame returned to whip one-time heated rival Miami. The 41-3 victory marked the third consecutive win over the Hurricanes and improves ND’s record to 5-0. The Irish also remain undefeated in the Shamrock Series and … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Battle Canes in Chicago Showdown

    Undefeated Notre Dame heads to Soldier Field in Chicago on Saturday night to take on the University of Miami Hurricanes in this season’s Shamrock Series matchup. The 4-1 Canes are coached by Al Golden, who is attempting to rebuild the program with a youth movement in his second season after a 6-6 campaign in 2011 … Full Notre Dame News Story