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Coney Comments On Commitment


Te’von Coney gave Notre Dame’s 2015 recruiting class another major boost when the Florida linebacker gave his verbal commitment to the Irish during an announcement broadcast by on Thursday morning. “For the next four years, I’ll be playing at the University of Notre Dame,” Coney said, making the announcement. Prior to make his intentions public, Coney told ESPN’s Phil ... Read More »

In the Film Room: Te’von ConeyCoach D Eval


Notre Dame picked up its third linebacker in the Class of 2015 when Florida native Te’von Coney picked the Irish over Florida and Miami.  Coney is a Mike Linebacker prospect for the Irish defense.  He is joined in this class by Indiana linebackers Josh Barajas and Asmar Bilal. Coney had an impressive offer list.  He was offered by Alabama, Auburn, ... Read More »

Coney Picks Notre Dame


Notre Dame picked up its 21st commitment on Thursday when linebacker Te’von Coney (Palm Beach Gardens, FL/Palm Beach Gardens) committed to the Irish.  In an announcement broadcast online by ESPN, Coney just picked Notre Dame over Florida and Miami this morning. Coney becomes the third linebacker to commit to Notre Dame, joining in-state standouts Josh Barajas and Asmar Bilal.  Coney ... Read More »

Hoge Honored With Army Jersey


Tristen Hoge has known he’d be playing in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl since the 2014 game was played, but the Notre Dame offensive line commit was truly honored to receive his Army jersey last week. “It was great,” the 6-foot-5, 290-pounder said. “It was a long-awaited moment. I’ve been waiting for this moment since seventh grade, so it ... Read More »

Previewing Coney’s DecisionPremium FB Recruiting


The back-and-forth battle for Te’von Coney’s services should come to a close when the 2015 Florida linebacker makes his verbal commitment on Thursday morning. The 6-foot-1, 220-pounder from Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., is set to make his announcement, which will be carried by an ESPN outlet, at 9 a.m. tomorrow from Palm Beach Gardens High School. Coney has narrowed a ... Read More »

Irish Offense Beginning to Take Off


Coming into the season the Notre Dame offense was supposed to carry the day for the 2014 football team.  Notre Dame’s inexperienced defense was going to be a concern and winning games would fall on the shoulders of the Irish offense. Things have certainly not gone as planned, at least not early in the season.  That’s not necessarily a bad ... Read More »

Mack Ahead Of The Game


2016 Indiana wide receiver Austin Mack is quickly becoming a national name and the AWP (Athletes With Purpose) and Bishop Luers product has an opportunity to learn from someone in his position. AWP Coach Dre Muhammad has had the chance to work with Mack over the last year and really enhance Mack’s development on and off the field. “We work with ... Read More »

Irish Watching 2016 Illinois DT


Naquan Jones already has four Big Ten offers, but the 2016 Illinois defensive tackle is hoping for more. Notre Dame is one school that has its eye on the 6-foot-4, 280-pounder from Evanston, Ill., and one member of the Irish staff was at Jones’ game when Evanston beat Maine West 48-7 during Notre Dame’s bye week last month. “My coach ... Read More »

VanGorder NotebookPremium Football


NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Coming into the season many expected the Notre Dame defense to struggle.  The Irish were losing too many starters from the previous season, they were too young and they would need time to adapt to the schemes of new coordinator Brian VanGorder. In just a short period of time, VanGorder and the Notre Dame defense have ... Read More »

Notre Dame Defense Growing Under VanGorderPremium Football


NOTRE DAME, Ind. – When Brian VanGorder was hired as Brian Kelly’s newest Defensive Coordinator at Notre Dame, the assumption was that he would bring a completely different style of play to the Irish defense.  VanGorder has certainly not disappointed, as the Irish have become one of the more aggressive defenses in the country. The results are obvious.  Despite having ... Read More »