Notre Dame Coaching Changes

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    Kelly’s Staff Changes Paying Dividends for Notre Dame

    Between the 2010 and 2011 seasons there wasn't any turnover on the Notre Dame staff. This past off-season Kelly lost three assistant coaches. How Kelly reshuffled his coaching staff for…

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  • Kelly Completes Coaching Staff

    Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly completed his first staff at Notre Dame on Tuesday with the official announcement of the additions of Kerry Cooks (outside linebackers), Tim Hinton (running…

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  • Kelly Adds Paul Longo as Director of Strength and Conditioning

    Brian Kelly and Notre Dame announced the hiring of Paul Long as the director of strength and conditioning for the Irish football program along with the addition of two other…

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  • Denbrock, Martin, and Elston Added to Irish Staff

    Notre Dame officially announced the hiring of three new assistant coaches to first year head coach Brian Kelly’s inaugural staff. Former Irish assistant Mike Denbrock (tight ends), former Grand Valley…

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  • Official Release Announcing Brian Kelly

    Here is the official press release from Notre Dame announcing the hiring of Brian Kelly as the 29th head coach of the Fighting Irish.  For more information on Notre Dame’s…

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  • Irish Stewed: Intro to Brian Kelly 101

    In the early 1980s, Brian Kelly was a political science major and starting linebacker at Assumption College, a Worcester-based Catholic liberal arts school with an enrollment of just over 2,000…

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  • It’s… Kelly!

    After over a week of anticipation, the South Bend Tribune is reporting that Brian Kelly will be named as Notre Dame’s next head football coach.  Kelly will reportedly make his…

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  • Notre Dame Coaching Search Still Unclear

    Things didn’t get any clearer on the Notre Dame coaching front on Wednesday. After reports on Tuesday that a deal with Brian Kelly was on the verge of being completed,…

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  • More Smoke to the Brian Kelly Fire

    The supposed interview that was to take place between Notre Dame and Brian Kelly never happened Tuesday, but speculation hasn’t cooled that Kelly will be the next head coach for…

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  • Report: Brian Kelly to Interview Tuesday

    Notre Dame could be close to zeroing on its next head coach with reports Monday that Cincinnati head coach Brian Kelly would be interviewing for the open position in South…

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  • Brian Kelly Not Talking About Notre Dame… Yet

    Brian Kelly’s name has been closely associated with the Notre Dame head coaching position before the position was even open. Rumors have been rampant that Kelly is one of the…

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  • Swarbrick on Firing Charlie Weis

    ESPN scored an exclusive interview with Notre Dame athletic director about his decision to recommend firing Charlie Weis and the coaching search that is under way in South Bend.  Here’s…

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  • Swarbrick Outlines What He is Looking For

    Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick didn’t give fans and media an exact blueprint of what he is looking for in Charlie Weis’s successor, but he did give some clues as…

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  • Which Irish Assistants Could be Back?

    Whenever a coaching change is made, the head coach isn’t the only one who faces some uncertainty – all of his assistants are suddenly in search of a job as…

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  • Rob Ianello Discuss His Interim Role

    In the process of announcing the dismissal of Charlie Weis as the head coach of Notre Dame on Monday, the University also announced that Rob Ianello “responsibility for football operations”…

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  • Swarbrick Discusses Charlie Weis Firing

    Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick addressed the media Monday night to officially announce the firing of head coach Charlie Weis. Here are some highlights from the Irish AD’s presser.…

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  • Report – Charlie Weis Fired

    The New York Daily News has published a report that Charlie Weis is officially out as the head coach of Notre Dame citing an unnamed university official as their source.…

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  • NFL Teams Courting Weis Already?

    Notre Dame hasn’t made any official statements about Charlie Weis’s future in South Bend, but that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill from churning out story after story about his potential…

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  • Another Sign of the Inevitable

    As if we needed any more signs that Charlie Weis coached his last game for Notre Dame on Saturday Night, the soon to be former head man for the Irish…

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  • Rumors Already Flying

    While Notre Dame is preparing for its season finale against Stanford this weekend, the rumor mill is already running at full speed with speculation regarding the eventual successor to Charlie…

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  • Buckle Up, It’s Going to Be a Bumpy Ride

    While Jack Swarbrick is saying he won’t evaluate the football program until after the season and Charlie Weis is saying that he is going about business as usual this week,…

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  • Reviewing Weis’s Busy Off-Season

    Charlie Weis had a very busy off-season this year. He had to replace three coaches while trying to close out a recruiting class that had started to come apart during…

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  • Hart Officially Named DL Coach

    Notre Dame officially announced the hiring of Randy Hart as defensive line coach on Saturday. Last week IrishEyes reported the hiring of Hart, and Saturday that news became official. Here’s…

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  • Meet Your 2009 Coaching Staff

    Here’s what the final coahcing staff for the 2009 appears to be in light of Charlie Weis’s Friday presser and the news that Randy Hart will be the new defensive…

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  • Charlie Weis Installs Himself as Notre Dame Offensive Coordinator

    Charlie Weis announced on Friday that he will be the offensive coordinator for Notre Dame in 2009. First of all, I’m going to be the offensive coordinator. I’m obviously the…

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