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  • Notre Dame Football Recruiting: What Is Really Left On The Board?
    Let’s take a quick and honest look at what prospects are options for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. There is no bowl game for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. No last chance on the field to impress recruits a showcase what may be needed in the future. Notre Dame ... read more
    Source: One Foot DownPublished on 2016-12-06
  • Source: Ex-ND QB Zaire visiting Wisconsin, UNC
    Source: Ex-ND QB Zaire visiting Wisconsin, UNC ... read more
    Source: ESPN ND BlogPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Swarbrick discusses the state of Irish football program
    Jack Swarbrick spoke extensively about the state of the Notre Dame football program. Released last Friday and a part of Swarbrick’s weekly podcast, the Irish athletic director covered the laundry list of hot-button issues, including Brian Kelly’s status, the NCAA order to vacate wins that Notre Dame is appealing, and ... read more
    Source: Inside the IrishPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Notre Dame Basketball Report: Irish Crash Top 25
    After eight games, the Notre Dame men’s basketball squad remains undefeated, though it remains difficult to gauge exactly where they lie on the spectrum of teams across the country. That’s because all eight victories have been played at home, with only a few of the clashes offering much competition. Notre ... read more
    Source: UHND.comPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
    There is something truly terrible going on in South Bend. Important people are ignoring that a culture has changed for the worse and few seem inclined to do anything about that fact. It’s time to confront this problem head on by contributing to a cause that seeks to eradicate this ... read more
    Source: Her Loyal SonsPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Clint Johnson Takes Over the Helm at Oak Ridge
    Former Notre Dame wide receiver, Clint Johnson. (Photo: Orlando Sentinel) On Thanksgiving evening, Clint Johnson, former University of Notre Dame wide receiver, was offered the head coaching position at Oak Ridge High School, in Orlando, Fla. Johnson takes over as head coach for Kenard Lang, who stepped down from his ... read more
    Source: Her Loyal SonsPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Notre Dame Football And The Coming Anarchy
    The entire state of Notre Dame football is in disarray. There is something awful brewing within the fanbase of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. It’s ugly, uncivilized, and uniformly unfun. Being a Notre Dame football fan right now feels more like being a surrogate for a political party that’s ... read more
    Source: One Foot DownPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Notre Dame, Brian Kelly Need to Target Charlie Strong
    Now that we know definitively that Brian Kelly will be back to coach Notre Dame in 2017, the most pressing issue facing the Notre Dame program is finding a new defensive coordinator.  If Kelly is to succeed in rebounding from this disastrous 2016 season, this hire has to be a ... read more
    Source: UHND.comPublished on 2016-12-05
  • Notre Dame Routs North Carolina A&T To Improve To 8-0
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — V.J. Beachem scored 19 points and Notre Dame matched its best start under coach Mike Brey with a 107-53 win over North Carolina A&T on Sunday night. Beachem was 7-of-14 from the floor. Matt Ryan knocked down five 3-pointers to finish with 17 points, and ... read more
    Source: CBS ChicagoPublished on 2016-12-04
  • Notebook: Next Notre Dame coordinator will have freedom to choose his staff
    Coach Brian Kelly outlines timelines for hiring and for Kizer decision. ... read more
    Source: SBTPublished on 2016-12-04
  • ‘It’s all about the power of giving’ as Notre Dame football gives back
    Underprivileged youth take in Shop With a Player event ... read more
    Source: SBTPublished on 2016-12-04
  • Sunday Brunch: Alongside Jim and Dan
    The McGlincheys generally squeeze about a half-dozen people in their van on the way to South Bend. They drive nearly to Pittsburgh on Thursday night and then arrive on campus early Friday. ... read more
    Source: Official Athletics SitePublished on 2016-12-04
  • Corey Holmes to Transfer from Notre Dame
    A tight Notre Dame roster situation is starting to work itself out following Saturday’s news that Corey Holmes has decided to transfer.  The junior will graduate in the summer and have two years of eligibility remaining after redshirting as a sophomore. Holmes came to Notre Dame as a highly rated, ... read more
    Source: UHND.comPublished on 2016-12-04
  • Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr. gets green light to run track
    South Carolina product won four state titles last spring ... read more
    Source: SBTPublished on 2016-12-03
  • Report: Corey Holmes set to transfer
    Receiver Corey Holmes is transferring from Notre Dame. The junior, who has two seasons of eligibility remaining, will look for a new program after earning his degree this summer, Tom Loy of Irish247 reports. Holmes told Irish247: “It’s just the best decision for me. I’m graduating this summer and I’m just ... read more
    Source: Inside the IrishPublished on 2016-12-03
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  1. @TonLynn – Don’t know for sure re:Corey, but I speak from experience. I suffered severe brain damage in a “car incident” @ ND in 1985. (between ND & SMC; hit-n-run is NOT an “accident”) Corey is being wicked-smart (I am from Boston) by stepping-away from football, which I THINK is an answer to your question. God gives you one brain and brains don’t recover like broken bones. Once brain (like spine – the CNS) cells are dead, they stay dead. So let us congratulate Corey for deciding NOT to endanger his brain further.

  2. He d
    ecided to play basketball

  3. Where is Corey Robinson? Did he graduate? I thought he had another year of eligibility. Thank you Tom Lynn

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