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!

Notre Dame Football Is Finally Who We Thought They Were

Watching Notre Dame play the last couple of games feels like the kid in the movie Hook, who, through close inspection, finally recognizes Peter Pan. “Oh, there you are, offense.” Brian Kelly said the final drive against Virginia Tech unlocked ...

For Notre Dame Against Navy, Keeping The Ball Is Everything

A buddy of mine sent me an email the other day, asking how worried I was for this weekends matchup. To answer that, I consulted my Navy handbook of worriedness. Is Navy competent? This season, the answer is yes. It ...

Let’s Talk (Again) About Play Calling For Notre Dame Football

There was a lot of discussion last week about the job offensive coordinator Chip Long was doing as a play-caller. I wrote a whole thing about it, although the conclusion was it was more likely execution errors than it was ...

Ian Book And Chris Finke Finding Their Games For Notre Dame

Is it a case of better late than never? The last couple of games for Notre Dame have offered glimpses into what Irish fans thought they’d see from the two skill position captains all season. The connection between Ian Book ...

Let’s Talk About Notre Dame Football’s Play Calling

Notre Dame’s offense has struggled this season, and it has done so with a senior returning quarterback who, in the view of many, has regressed. Naturally, this has led to a lot of discussions about offensive coordinator Chip Long and ...
Notre Dame QB Ian Book

Standards vs. Results – Winning Should Be Enough for Notre Dame Football

Notre Dame won a football game on Saturday, which is a good thing. A lot of people are upset about this good thing that happened because winning and losing is almost beside the point at this juncture of the season. ...

Notre Dame Football Stock Report: What Do We Have That’s Good?

When thinking about how to write this column following the Michigan disaster, the image that kept popping in my head was Gene Kranz in the movie Apollo 13. After the explosion in space, and the vehicle was badly damaged, he’s ...
Notre Dame Quarterback Ian Book attempting a pass versus Michigan

Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly Doing The Right Thing Sticking By His Quarterback

Brian Kelly announced yesterday he is sticking by his starting quarterback, Ian Book. It’s unfortunate that it seems this is a yearly thing with the quarterbacks at Notre Dame. It’d be cool if we could just find one and be ...
Notre Dame QB Ian Book

Notre Dame Needed Its Captains to Step Up in 2019 and They Haven’t

So far there has been a lot of talk about identity and standards following the 45-14 debacle against Michigan. I suppose there is a place for that following this kind of performance. There are naturally big-picture questions about the program, ...

Fully Integrated Jafar Armstrong Drastically Changes Notre Dame Offense

It was just a glimpse, but it was very telling. Notre Dame opened their season against Louisville with the glorious two back offense Chip Long has been wanting to run for the last two seasons and his entire life. Jafar ...

Notre Dame Football Stock Report: Irish OL Trending Up Entering Michigan Game

A buddy of mine asked me why it is I seem to hate Michigan, but not USC. I live in Southern California after all, I have a lot more exposure to USC types, and in the bad years I had ...

Brian Kelly is Building a Notre Dame Football Monster with 2020-21 Recruiting Classes

On the field, Brian Kelly 2.0 has been an objective success. They are 27-5 in the last 32 games with losses to Georgia twice, Miami, Stanford, and eventual national champion Clemson in the playoffs last season. The collective record of ...

Notre Dame Football: When Is It Ok To Root For Michigan?

For the third consecutive year, Notre Dame heads toward November in the playoff conversation. That’s an enjoyable and exciting thing. What is not fun and exciting is the constant conversation regarding who to cheer for, is it bad that X ...

Notre Dame’s Kyle Hamilton Isn’t As Good As You Think. He’s Better.

The legend of Kyle Hamilton started to build before he arrived on campus. When he committed, he was the lowest-ranked player in the 2019 class, but even then, people knew something was up. It turns out, something was up with ...

Grading Notre Dame’s Defensive Efforts Against USC

Just like with Chip Long and the offense, people aren’t sure what to make of the game plan employed by defensive coordinator Clark Lea. Obviously, fans loved what they saw in the first half. They held the high powered Trojans ...

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