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As most Irish fans are eager to turn the page from last season to the new upcoming one, we thought it would be prudent to reflect back one last time on the memorable one that the 2012 squad provided for ourselves and all Irish fans across the nation.
It was just a few weeks ago when the run of top 20 prospect at the tight end position giving their verbal took place. In a matter of 48 hours, those that follow recruiting saw Jeb Blazevich commit to Georgia, Ian Bunting choose Ann Arbor, Daniel Helm head to Knoxville, and Nic Weishar give his verbal to the Irish. Notre Dame had offers out to Bunting, Blazevich, Weishar, and had showed interest in Helm, but walked away with word from Weishar that South Bend will be his final destination.
What role do special teams play in winning a championship?
It’s supposed to be the culmination of a young man’s hard work and sacrifice
It is no secret that the 2012 version of the Fighting Irish had their share of close calls
As the 2013 season inches closer to starting, the Irish defense is preparing for a schedule that could eventually end up being one of the toughest in the country, again.
As the Irish head into 2013 with a focus on returning to the national title game, they have a lot of key returning pieces that played a large part in their success as a team in last year’s undefeated season.
In the second part of our breakdown of the 2013 Irish schedule by difficulty, we will take a look at what we consider to be the top 6 most difficult opponents of this upcoming season.
The Fighting Irish will return to the field on August 31 as they take on Temple in South Bend.
A young man’s journey to the destination at which he will play college football at can be exciting experience, and Doug Randolph’s journey was just that.
Jim Harbaugh is credited with bringing the Cardinal football program back from the dead…
Wide receiver Justin Brent discusses his decision to commit to Notre Dame.
In what will be a huge transition year for the Paul Chryst led squad, the Panthers will join the Atlantic Coast Conference on July 1st.
A Notre Dame coaching staff and team that has struggled in the NCAA tournament in the past, continued to do so again Friday night
As Troy Calhoun enters into his seventh season as head coach of the Air Force Program he finds himself in another rebuilding phase.