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  • Finally, Some Offensive Toughness in the Irish

    A win over Navy is seldom reason to cheer, though back to back wins over Navy by 40 points hasn’t been accomplished since Ara Parseghian.  But Saturday’s win left Irish fans, hungry for the toughness Kelly promised, with at least the taste of old Irish fight. Unlike last year’s blowout which was accomplished largely through … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Dominate Navy

    Notre Dame unveiled a powerful running attack and used its size and speed advantage to crush Navy by 50-10 on Saturday in Dublin, Ireland. The Irish rolled up nearly 500 yards of offense  – almost 300 of it on the ground – as quarterback Everett Golson engineered a balanced and efficient game plan. Theo Riddick … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Manti Te’o, Johnny Manziel Fact Sheet

    The Heisman Criteria: The outstanding college football player whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity.

    Big Game Performance

    Manti Te’o:

    1st (at any position) in interceptions against currently ranked teams, 1st against winning teams, 1st against BCS teams 3-0 vs Top 20 Best statistical games against Stanford, Oklahoma and Michigan

    Johnny Manziel:… Full Notre Dame News Story

    Irish Open Against Navy in Dublin

    Notre Dame opens its 2012 football season in Ireland on Saturday with a game against the Naval Academy. Coach Brian Kelly, now in his third season after consecutive 8-5 campaigns, has anointed untested but talented sophomore Everett Golson as his quarterback. The Irish return a veteran offensive line and defensive front seven, but Golson and … Full Notre Dame News Story

    2012 Probability Poll Results

    (Notre Dame Football News | The Rock Report) – For the 6th year the NDNation Probability Poll is in and 2012 looks more pessimistic than 2011 to the fans:  7.6 wins and a so-so bowl.

    The probability concept puts a little more thought around predictions than just, is ND better than X? We ask every … Full Notre Dame News Story