October 9, 2012 // Notre Dame Football

That’s a Wrap – Notre Dame vs. Miami ’12

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Notre Dame Fighting Irish running back George Atkinson III (4) runs with the football to score a touchdown in game action between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Miami Hurricanes, at Soldier Field, in Chicago, IL. (Photo: Robin Alam / Icon Sports Media)

Welcome to a new feature here on UHND.com. Each week we are going to do a recap post of the week’s worth of coverage for the last game before kicking off coverage of the current week’s contest since we know sometimes posts get lost in the mix.

Notre Dame – Miami Pregame Posts

  • A Look Back: Notre Dame – Miami Rivalry
    With Notre Dame and Miami set to square off in this year’s edition of the Shamrock Series this weekend in Chicago, today we’ll take a look back at the history of the Notre Dame – Miami rivalry. Irish, Hurricanes Split First Meetings Notre Dame and Miami met for the first time in 1950 when the …
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Miami ’12
    This week’s opponent scouting report comes to us from the guys over at SB Nation’s Miami blog, The 7th Floor Blog. Miami’s Offense This Hurricanes offense is slowly becoming a powerhouse. At that start of camp, there were basically two sure things: 1) Stephen Morris was going to be the QB and 2) Mike James …
  • Irish History: Notre Dame Upsets #1 Miami ’88
    This excerpt from Always Fighting Irish by John Heisler is printed with the permission of Triumph Books / www.triumphbooks.com/AlwaysFightingIrish The edges of the seats in Notre Dame Stadium may be worn thin, but the Stadium’s magic remains alive and well. The same could be said for Notre Dame’s football program. That was the end result when Pat Terrell batted away …
  • Key Matchups: Miami ’12
    Heading into their annual Shamrock Series game the Irish are 4-0 and ranked ninth in the nation. Despite the high ranking and undefeated record the Irish have plenty to improve on if they hope to defeat this week’s opponent Miami. The following are the matchups Notre Dame must win in order to knock off the Hurricanes at Soldier …

Notre Dame – Miami Video Posts

  • Wake Up the Echoes: Catholics vs. Convicts Edition
    For better or worse, the Notre Dame – Miami series will always be referred to by this now infamous moniker from the late 80′s and despite the two schools not being quite what they were during that epic showdown in the fall of ’88, this weekend’s game has fans on both sides of the field …

Notre Dame – Post Game Analysis

  • 5 Things I Didn’t Like: Miami ’12
    It was tough to find five things I didn’t like about a 38 rout of Miami – something I honestly never thought possible heading into the season – but after some careful consideration, here is this week’s edition of 5 Things I Didn’t Like. No turnovers or sacks for the first time It’s hard to …
  • 5 Things I Liked: Miami ’12
    There was a whole lot to like in Notre Dame’s complete and thorough beating of Miami on Saturday night, but here are five things that stood out to me in a night of strong performances for the Irish. Everett Golson’s 1st Half 2-Minute Drill As Brian Kelly mentioned on Saturday night, Everett Golson did a …
  • My Trip to the ND – Miami Game
    When it was announced that the most recent neutral site game for the Irish would be played at Soldier Field in Chicago, I had mixed emotions. While I love Chicago and Soldier Field, I love the idea of the Irish taking on the Miami Hurricanes at home in South Bend a bit more. I understand …
  • Duranko’s Digest: What did we see in Soldier Field?
    Beside the ghosts of Dick Butkus, Sweetness Payton and Dave Duerson, still a Notre Dame man! Blending a seemingly improved offense with the front seven led defense, the Irish first shut off Miami’s recently successful offense, then added scores regularly, then cruised to victory over the Canes. The Canes, unbeaten in the ACC, are no …
  • Shamrock Stickers: Miami ’12
    Notre Dame showed the world what it looks like when they play complete football in their 41-3 destruction of rival Miami. The win makes the Irish 5-0 and moves them up to seventh in both the coaches and AP polls ahead of a visit from College Gameday and the Stanford Cardinal. The following players were …
  • Initial Analysis: Notre Dame 41, Miami 3
    If I had told you three years ago after Tulsa beat Notre Dame that a Brian Kelly coached team would run for almost 400 yards, possess the ball for almost 40 minutes, and hold Miami to 3 points in a 41-3 rout to improve to 5-0 on the season you probably would have looked at…

Comments to this Article

  • JC commented on October 9th, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    Thank you Frank for the new comprehensive format. I am really enjoying it and I know it’s a lot of hard work. Without question, best place to get high quality ND football information.

    Here come the Irish!

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  • bj commented on October 9th, 2012 at 5:21 pm

    stanford put up 54 pts

    Redshirt junior quarterback Josh Nunes became the second Stanford player in 2012 to be named Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week, earning the distinction Monday after he brought the No. 17 Cardinal back from a two-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter of its win against Arizona.
    Stanford (4-1, 2-1 Pac-12) would not have bounced back from its sole loss last week without Nunes. Just nine days after he and the rest of the Cardinal offense floundered against Washington, not scoring a touchdown, it put up 54 against the Wildcats (3-3, 0-3).

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    Toulmin H. Brown replied on October 9th, 2012 at 5:51 pm

    No easy win this last Saterday for Cardinals.

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  • NotreDan27 commented on October 10th, 2012 at 8:54 am

    It’s nice to know that teams now need to spend all week planning some way to score points on our defense. Stanford will be playing the best defense it will play all year. Three games without giving up a touchdown!!
    Go ND..

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