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Irish Fall Short to Providence on Henton’s Big Day


UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Mike Brey said his team entered the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament as the poorest team based on last season’s results.  In the end, the Irish showed they are a far improved team over a season, but on this day the Irish came up one shot short, losing to Providence 75-74 in an exciting back-and-forth game. In ... Read More »

Malone-Hatcher Enjoys Latest ND Visit


For the third time this fall, Corey Malone-Hatcher made the short drive down from St. Joseph, Mich., to South Bend, Ind., and for the third time this fall, the 2017 defensive end enjoyed himself. “It was really fun,” the 6-foot-2, 227-pounder said. “It was probably one of my better visits. “We got to take one of our family friends with ... Read More »

Shannon Felt Very Welcome in South Bend


2016 long snapper John Shannon made the short drive from Illinois over to South Bend to catch the Irish and he left glad he made the trip. “It was a great trip,” Shannon said. “I met with a lot of good people and everyone was very welcoming.” Once he got the Notre Dame, he got a quick tour and then took ... Read More »

’16 OH OL Cupp Enjoys Third Visit to Notre Dame


2016 Ohio offensive lineman Gavin Cupp is no stranger to Notre Dame and Saturday was another outstanding visit in his eyes. “It was pretty awesome,” Cupp said. “Notre Dame is a beautiful place. I had gone to camps at Notre Dame during the summer and today was my third trip up. “Every time I have been up, it has been special. Notre ... Read More »

Frank CommentaryPremium Football

ND Team

“The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”  There was plenty of all when considering Notre Dame’s play on Saturday.  Despite the 31-28 loss to Louisville, Notre Dame’s third straight, there was a lot of good that came out of Saturday.  There was also a lot of bad, and certainly some ugly as well.  Where do the Irish go from here? ... Read More »

Irish Run Defense Continues to StrugglePremium Football


NOTRE DAME, Ind. – There are a lot of bad cliches in football.  There are also a lot of very truthful cliches in college football.  One that holds true more often than not is the idea that you cannot consistently win and compete for championships if you cannot stop teams from running the football. No team better shows the truth ... Read More »

ISD Video: Post Game Louisville


The Notre Dame home season is over after a disappointing loss to Louisville. After the game Brian Kelly talked about the young team and the potential they will have in the future. Everett Golson, Will Fuller, and Issac Rochell talked about how special it was to have his mother at the game, the leadership of Cam McDaniel, and being a ... Read More »

Notre Dame Comeback Falls Short, Irish Lose 31-28 to Louisville


NOTRE DAME, Ind. – The Notre Dame football team battled, but in the end it was not enough to overcome another game mistake-prone game.  The Fighting Irish fell to No. 24 Louisville by a 31-28 score in the last game in Notre Dame Stadium this season. Notre Dame jumped out to an early lead, but poor run defense and mental ... Read More »

Grant Leads Irish Past UMass, 81-68


UNCASVILLE, Conn. – The Notre Dame (4-0) basketball team passed its first big test of the season, beating the Massachusetts Minutemen 81-68 in the first game of the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic.  Senior Jerian Grant had his first big scoring game of the season, playing like the All-American player he is. After missing the tournament a season ago, head ... Read More »

2017 TX C On ND Radar


It’s still very early, but Notre Dame has identified Jack Anderson as a prospect on its radar and the 2017 Texas offensive lineman is grateful for the early contact from the Irish. The 6-foot-4, 280-pounder from Frisco High School in Frisco, Texas has been receiving a good deal of mail from South Bend this fall. “I don’t know if there’s ... Read More »