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    A few years back, a high school football player made an official visit to Notre Dame during his senior year.  He participated in all the usual events, met with various coaches, saw the campus inside and out.  He departed campus at the end still a candidate for a Notre Dame scholarship.

    His father accompanied the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Always Dominant

    When the Ring of Honor was first implemented, fans may have had varying lists of who they’d like to see in it.  But those lists varied only after the first two names — Austin Carr and Adrian Dantley.  Friday night at Purcell Pavilion, those two “reserved slots” will be filled, as A.D. takes his place … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Cooley Controls the Boards as ND Upsets #1 Syracuse

    (The Rock Report | Notre Dame Basketball) – Notre Dame is always dangerous at the JACC, but when undefeated Syracuse came into South Bend minus Fab Melo, their leading shot-blocker and rebounder, Jack Cooley sensed blood.  “I was confused why no one told me, of all people, that Melo wasn’t playing,” Cooley said. “Then, I … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Noles Edge Error-Prone Irish

    Notre Dame continued its all too familiar pattern of finding a way to lose a game it seemingly had under control, dropping an 18-14 decision to the Florida State Seminoles in the Champs Sports Bowl. The Irish led 14-0 early in the third period, but could not sustain a fine defensive effort and squandered several … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Bowling for Pride

    Notre Dame and Florida State, college football heavyweights in search of a positive end to a somewhat disappointing season, will square off in the Champs Sports Bowl in Orlando Florida on December 29. Both teams harbored BCS dreams in September, but each suffered mind-numbing losses in winnable games due to sloppy play and finished the … Full Notre Dame News Story