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Recruiting Week In Review


One of Notre Dame’s biggest weaknesses in recruiting is also one of its biggest strengths. Irish academic standards have represented a major obstacle that Notre Dame coaches have had to hurdle. It not only limits the prospects that the Irish can recruit but it also serves as a negative recruiting tool for opponents that wish to frighten players away from ... Read More »

No Longer Clutch?Premium Football


In fall camp last year, all eyes were on Malik Zaire. With Everett Golson having transferred and the starting job his and his alone, everyone wanted to see Zaire take the next step as a quarterback. When people in attendance weren’t watching Zaire, their focus turned to true freshman Brandon Wimbush. The great athlete with the big arm looked as ... Read More »

Radley-Hiles Ready to Visit South Bend


2018 Calabasas (Calif.) cornerback Brendan “Bookie” Radley-Hiles has had his eye on visiting Notre Dame for quite some time and next weekend the four-star prospect will make the trip to South Bend. “I am definitely excited for my visit next weekend,” Radley-Hiles told Irish Sports Daily. One big part of the reason the 5-foot-10, 180-pounder is making the trip to ... Read More »

ISD Intel


Notre Dame is off this week, but there’s no bye weeks for ISD Intel, so we’re back with another look behind the scenes of Notre Dame Football and Irish recruiting efforts. This week, we take a look at exactly where recruiting stands with the Class of 2017, going position by position, examining the numbers and the prospects on the board ... Read More »

6 (Late Night) Thoughts on a ThursdayPremium Football


At 2-5, one might think that no Brian Kelly team at Notre Dame was more in need of a bye week than this one. That actually might be up for debate, though. Six years ago in Kelly’s first season in South Bend, things weren’t going so well. The Irish were coming off back to back losses to Navy and Tulsa to ... Read More »

2017 FL CB Hopes To Impress Irish


DeWayne Terry has been waiting to get back on the football field for some time now and this Friday, the 2017 Florida cornerback will get that chance. The 6-foot-1, 186-pounder has been out with a partially torn hamstring, but is expected to return for Gulliver Prep’s game against Champagnat Catholic along with his teammate, 2017 Notre Dame running back target ... Read More »

What I’ll Be Watching the Last Five GamesPremium Football


As the bye week comes to a close and the Notre Dame football team returns to campus for the final five weeks of the season, there is still much to be accomplished despite the Irish currently being 2-5. The youth movement isn’t going to change, but getting away from football for a few days might be what some of the ... Read More »

Mooney Soaking Up Knowledge


Freshman forward John Mooney arrived in the summer and got his first taste of college basketball in the limited number of practices allowed by the NCAA. As Notre Dame gets further into training camp, the Florida native is soaking up everything he can from the older guys on the squad. “It’s been great,” Mooney said of his time at Notre ... Read More »

Geben Looking Forward to New Role


For Notre Dame to have the season the team and head coach Mike Brey envision, big man Martinas Geben will need to take the next step forward in his development. The 6-foot-10, 255-pounder is listed at the starting big man for the Irish and Geben has earned that with his work ethic in the offseason. “I see what it takes ... Read More »

Rebuilding D-Line RecruitingPremium FB Recruiting


Back when Brian Kelly had only been at Notre Dame for a couple of months, he knew what he needed to do get the Irish to where he wanted them to be. Known for his spread offense, there was a philosophy shift that happened for him watching his new team workout that first Winter. He spoke with’s Stewart Mandel ... Read More »