Greg Flammang // Staff Writer

Greg FlammangStaff Writer
A native of Southern California, Greg fell in love with Notre Dame as a kid watching The Rocket rip teams apart. He was a self-described mediocre junior college safety, phenomenal co-ed flag football player. Greg started writing for UHND in 2015 for fun and has since had 200+ articles published on Notre Dame football & recruiting. Greg also runs the Untitled Notre Dame/USC football podcast via tiltingground.com which covers both the Fighting Irish & Trojan programs - you can subscribe to on iTunes. Greg is married with three kids and he last slept in during the summer of 2014. He thanks everyone for stopping by for reading. We’re all just trying to have fun and will Notre Dame to another national championship. Go Irish!

Breaking Down Notre Dame Football Recruiting’s Latest Offers

The freight train that is college football recruiting has ground to the halt because of the shelter in place orders around the country. Visits are canceled, the dead period extending until May 31st, and uncertainty is abound. It came at ...

Derrick Mayes: Notre Dame Football’s Most Underrated Receiver?

As is likely the case for sports fans all over the country, I’ve been dealing with my time away from work and sports by watching games and clips from earlier generations. There has been a lot of discussion on Twitter ...

Notre Dame Social Distancing: Running Diary Of Notre Dame vs Texas 1996

I’ve been kicking around something like this for a little while and since I’ve been taking a stroll back down memory lane this week, I figured I’d give it a whirl for this classic. This is the second of the ...

Revisiting Notre Dame vs USC 1992 And Dreams Coming True

A simple game from the past for some, but monumental for me. On November 21st, 1992, the Flammang family headed to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to watch their first Notre Dame game in person. I was 12, and the ...

Notre Dame Football: Revisiting The Game Of The Century

So, sports are gone, you might have heard. The coronavirus pandemic has shut down the sports world, which of course, includes Notre Dame’s spring football (I’ll never curse it again). Jokes aside, as much as people downplay the importance of ...

The Importance Of Kevin Austin for Notre Dame Football

The most intriguing story line of spring practice for the University of Notre Dame is the play of soon to be junior wide receiver Kevin Austin. In case you haven’t been keeping up to speed on him or the team ...

What Position Should Jafar Armstrong Play For Notre Dame In 2020?

Let’s take a step back to figure out how we got here. In the spring of 2018, Armstrong was set to play wide receiver for Notre Dame, as a redshirt freshman. He was recruited to play that position out of ...

What Can Notre Dame Expect from Early Enrollees In Spring Football?

In the past, spring ball was a time for the freshmen of the previous class to make their mark. This was especially true for those who chose to redshirt the prior season. This is still the case to a large ...

Secondary Concerns Highlight Notre Dame’s Defensive Off-Season Storylines

Let’s get one thing straight right off the top: whatever the concern is, it’s going to be fine. What is being discussed in this space is just fodder; things to pass the time. These are not really problems in the ...
Notre Dame WR Kevin Austin

Plenty of Storylines Await Notre Dame Offense This Off-Season

The regular and post-season are over, the recruiting class is signed, and now the time for speculation and narrative begins. It’s the off-season, folks, get into it! Can’t fully start this glorious time of year without some sort of preview, ...

Brian Kelly Gives The Keys To Notre Dame’s Offense to Tommy Rees, Again

Find you a boss who believes in you the way Brian Kelly believes in Tommy Rees. Kelly has consistently turned to Rees in times of need; when things were falling apart against South Florida in 2011, to engineering a game-winning ...

Can Brian Kelly Push The Right Buttons On The Offensive Staff For Notre Dame?

The good news for Brian Kelly as he tries to put together an offensive staff for the second time since the 2016 season ended, is it comes at a good time. The program is in a good place, the offense ...

Notre Dame Football’s Top 10 Plays Of The Past Decade

It’s the top 10 plays of the decade. Pretty self-explanatory. I tried to stay away from good plays in games that hurt my feelings, so, for example, Dayne Crist to Kyle Rudolph against Michigan in 2010 didn’t make it,  nor ...

Brian Kelly And Notre Dame Keep It Moving Against Iowa State And In 2019

A thing about being a Notre Dame fan, especially one who covers the team closely, is the program is in constant evaluation. It’s absolutely season to season, but also month to month and often week to week. Where is the ...

Tommy Rees Has Already Called Games For Notre Dame And He Was Pretty Good

Current quarterbacks coach and former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees has been rumored to be the leading candidate to be his alma mater’s new offensive coordinator. The main push back on the 27 year old officially leading the Notre Dame ...

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