Brad Sullivan // Contributing Writer

Brad Sullivan has been a contributing writer to UHND.com over the past few years. His primary efforts have been in the areas of offering previews and summaries for Irish football games as well as weekly summaries for Notre Dame's men's basketball team.

Having followed Notre Dame's fortunes for decades, Brad's seen Irish football teams capture three national titles. He was part of the crowd of 61,172 at old Cleveland Stadium in 1976, when Notre Dame avoided an upset bid by Navy. On the hardwood, he followed the career of Notre Dame basketball legend Austin Carr, the only Irish player ever selected first overall in the NBA draft.

Brad also writes on other aspects of the sporting world as well as contributing website copy for different companies across the country. He holds an undergraduate degree in communications from Cleveland State University and a master's degree in history from Slippery Rock University.

Picking up some early St. Patrick Day’s luck in their ACC Tournament opener on Tuesday, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish managed to hold off the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 78-71. The victory advances the Irish to Wednesday night’s game against ...

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish ended their regular season last Saturday beaten and battered and now face an impossible task as they prepare for what’s likely to be a cameo appearance in this week’s ACC Tournament. The Irish’s depleted roster ...

With just one week remaining in the 2018-19 regular season for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Mike Brey’s squad continues to stumble on the way to the ACC tournament. The latest instance came on Sunday in a 75-61 road loss ...

Three more losses to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish’s won-loss ledger last week now puts them under .500 for the year with an overall mark of 13-15 and an ACC mark of 3-12. That overall record is especially notable since ...

Winning ugly might not be the most aesthetic way to enter the win column but the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will take any victory in any fashion at this point. They ended up getting one that way to close out ...

Applying a tourniquet to at least briefly stop the bleeding of this hemorrhaging 2018-19 season, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish split their two games last week to keep them above .500 overall at 12-10. The problem remains that the path ...

The frustrating beat went on for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in their two contests last week, coming up short in both instances. That now gives them an 11-9 overall record on the year, with just one ACC victory to ...

Struggling remains the operative word for the 2018-19 edition of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish as they dropped both games last week to fall to 11-7 and 1-4 within the rough ACC. What’s especially painful for Mike Brey’s squad is ...

Winning in the ACC can be a difficult proposition for any team, with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish finally collecting their first victory of the season in that category on Saturday. That win wasn’t without some late drama, though getting ...

The start of 2019 and ACC play has been anything but happy for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the court as they lost the first two of 18 conference matchups last week. That drops their overall record to 10-5 ...
Notre Dame freshman guard Dane Goodwin

Closing out the 2018 portion of their schedule with a win, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish now begin the new year with a 10-3 record. While the record looks impressive, Mike Brey’s revamped squad has yet to tackle the string ...
Chase Claypool recovers a fumble that the replay booth later controversarily overturned.

What turned out to be the final game on the Notre Dame football schedule for 2018 began in promising fashion, but soon disintegrated into a 30-3 defeat to the Clemson Tigers in the Cotton Bowl. The defeat marked the first ...

The most impressive number for the Clemson Tigers over the past four seasons is 53, which astoundingly represents the number of victories the school has won on the football field. That’s compared to just four losses during that span, none ...

The top goal at the start of the 2018 Notre Dame football season¬†was to compete in the College Football Playoff. That’s been accomplished by reaching the Cotton Bowl, though it only marks the first phase of the competition. The winner ...

When looking back on this year’s Notre Dame football schedule, there are certain numbers that seem to garner just a bit more attention from the more tuned-in Irish fan. Some of these numbers may be more prominent than others, though ...

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