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Notre Dame Opens Season with 28-6 Win Over Temple

September 1, 2013Comments (5)

Notre Dame Opens Season with 28-6 Win Over Temple

NOTRE DAME, IN – The 2013 Notre Dame football team opened their season Saturday against the Temple Owls, on a hot & humid day in Northern Indiana.  The offense started the day by taking on the identity of the weather, scoring on their first two drives of the game on their way to a 28-6 […]

Matt James Dies in Fall

April 2, 2010Comments (20)

Matt James Dies in Fall

Tragedy struck the Notre Dame community on Friday when news began to spread that incoming freshman Matt James fell to his untimely death while vacationing in Florida.  He was just a few weeks away from his 18th birthday and months away from beginning his college career. The fall occurred early Friday evening and has been […]

Jimmy Clausen Heisman Watch

October 6, 2009Comments (72)

Jimmy Clausen Heisman Watch

Welcome to UHND’s Heisman Watch. We are now five games into the season and Jimmy Clausen has firmly planted himself as one of the top three Heisman candidates in country according to most college football pundits. And while Clausen is arguably the best quarterback in the nation statistically, the life of this column, his invitation […]

Training Camp ’09 Practice Report 8/9

August 9, 2009Comments (3)

Training Camp '09 Practice Report 8/9

Notre Dame kicked off the 2009 Training Camp this weekend with the first official practice of the season on Saturday.  After watching the practice videos on, here are a few early observations. It’s only practice, but Theo Riddick looks like the most athletic running back on the team. Fast and light feet and plenty […]

Starling and Thigpen head west

February 4, 2009Comments (6)

Notre Dame’s final two prospects have chosen to attend college in Los Angeles. Jawanza Starling, a four-star safety from Tallahassee committed to Southern Cal.  Starling heads to USC in a class and program already loaded with talent at the safety position. Damien Thigpen, a four-star running back from Virginia, who was initially committed to Phil […]

Irish Lacking Killer Instinct

November 2, 2008Comments (0)

When Golden Tate joined the Irish recruiting class of 2007, he did so late in the process and without a whole lot of fanfare. Tate was middle of the pack recruit in an Irish class which saw every member with the exception of Andrew Nuss, hold a higher national position ranking than Tate held at […]

Irish Basketball Ranked 9th

October 30, 2008Comments (3)

The Notre Dame basketball team scored their first pre-season raking since 2004.  The #9 Irish are one of four Big East teams in the top ten.  The conference, regarded by most as the toughest in the nation, boasts seven teams in top 25. The Irish return four starters in Luke Harangody, Zach Hillesland, Tory Jackson […]

Crum’s Streak Ends

October 27, 2008Comments (2)

Notre Dame won on the road for the first time this season, but another streak ended that probably could have been avoided. Marice Crum Jr. sat idle on the sidelines for the first defensive play, breaking a streak of 43 consecutive starts dating to the first game of his red-shirt freshman year.  Since the 2005 […]

ND Football Fan Survey – Washington Edition

October 19, 2008Comments (1)

Status of ND Football Survey

October 13, 2008Comments (3)

Please take a moment to complete this survey about Irish football.  Frank and I will let this roll for a few days and we’ll come back next week with our commentary and will also discuss the pulse of the Irish fan on an upcoming podcast. Quizzes by

Déjà Vu game

October 12, 2008Comments (5)

After watching the Notre Dame vs. North Carolina game, I couldn’t help but think that I had seen that game before.  After some careful thought, I realize I had seen one very similiar. The game specific events that occurred yesterday reminded me a lot of the 2005 Michigan State game. Both games saw the following: […]

Underclassmen Carrying Scoring Load

October 7, 2008Comments (0)

Here is the Irish touchdown production through five games.  The future continues to look bright. TD PRODUCTION SDSU UM MSU PU STAN TOTAL FRESHMAN 6 Michael Floyd 1 1 1 3 Robert Blanton 1 1 Kyle Rudolph 1 1 2 SOPHOMORE 10 Golden Tate 1 1 1 3 Robert Hughes 2 2 Duval Kamara 1 […]

Sacks: A Closer Look

October 1, 2008Comments (0)

DIGGING DEEPER Through the first four games played in 2007, Notre Dame had allowed 24 sacks.  In 2008, the Irish have allowed just four sacks.  With three returning starters and essentially two red-shirt juniors, the Irish offensive line has gone from allowing six sacks per game to one through four contents.  It should also be […]

Balanced Attack Throttles Boilers

September 28, 2008Comments (0)

The Irish returned home to Notre Dame Stadium yesterday and improved to 3-1 on the season after a 38-21 win over Purdue.  It was a game highlighted by superior play in all three phases of football at different points throughout the game.  While the win was an important one, this young team still has plenty […]

The Perfect Storm

September 23, 2008Comments (5)

A review of the UHND Road Trip; An emotional football weekend that won’t be duplicated at home in 2008 At the end of our 2007 Boston College trip, Frank, Brian, Kyle and I concluded that next game we would all attend as part of our yearly “guys trip” was going to be Michigan in 2009. […]


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