Notre Dame Spring Football 2015

10 Observations from the 2015 Notre Dame Blue & Gold Game

Notre Dame concluded spring practice on Saturday with the annual Blue & Gold game.  While it’s tough to really draw any conclusions from a glorified scrimmage, here are 10 observations from the game and some things to think about as ...

Duranko’s Digest: Notre Dame Football’s Spring Forward

Spring practice is now concluded.  What did we learn? Better than expected: Jerry Tillery at Defensive tackle.  Tillery’s move from “left tackle of the future”  to defensive tackle was an “experiment”  like the Manhattan Project was an “experiment.”   Tillery’s ...

Brian Kelly Talks 2015 Notre Dame Blue Gold Game

Brian Kelly met with the media on Saturday following the conclusion of the 2015 Notre Dame Blue and Gold Game – the 15th and final practice for the Fighting Irish in Spring 2015.  Here are some of the highlights of ...
2015 Notre Dame Blue Gold Game Highlights

2015 Notre Dame Football Blue & Gold Game Highlights

Notre Dame concluded Spring football 2015 on Saturday afternoon in front of a limited crowd due to construction forcing the annual Blue Gold game out of Notre Dame Stadium.   For those unable to attend or watch live on NBC ...
Brian Kelly - Spring 2015 Press Conference

Intriguing Spring For Brian Kelly and Notre Dame Staff

While the spring game is typically a glorified scrimmage, there is merit to the amount of interest in the 2015 version of the Blue-Gold game.
2015 Notre Dame Blue Gold Game

2015 Notre Dame Blue Gold Game: Players to Watch

With the end of Notre Dame's 2015 spring footballdrawing near, here's a look at some players to watch for this weekend as the Irish close out spring ball.
Everett Golson - Notre Dame QB

Remaining Spring Priority for Notre Dame Football

With less than one week until Notre Dame’s annual Blue-Gold game – which serves as the culmination of spring practice – a multitude of storylines have emerged.
Joe Schmidt - Notre Dame LB

Notre Dame’s Joe Schmidt Cleared for Non-Contact Drills

Notre Dame got a bit of a boost to its suddenly deep linebacking corps on Saturday when Brian Kelly announced that Joe Schmidt has been cleared for non-contact drills and will be able to participate in 7 on 7’s and ...

Notre Dame Football Spring ’15: Practice 11 Video

WatchND brings us some more great footage from Spring football 2015 focusing on the linebackers, defensive line, and safeties from the 11th practice of the year.  Here are a few notes along with the video. Joe Schmidt got to have ...
Amir Carlisle - Notre Dame WR

Amir Carlisle Impressing This Spring, Again

Of all the weapons Notre Dame has at wide receiver this year, a 5th year senior with just 30 catches the last two seasons is rising up.
Devin Butler - Notre Dame CB

Cornerback a Position of Strength for Notre Dame in ’15

The ineffectiveness of the Irish 2014 secondary, specifically the cornerback position, had less to do with talent and ability and more to do with lack of depth and experience. Heading into last season the secondary was supposed to be an ...

Notre Dame Spring Football ’15 – Practice 10 Video

Notre Dame returned to practice on Wednesday after a week long break for the 10th practice of Spring football 2015.  The Irish were forced indoors as they head head into the final stretch of spring ball.  In today’s practice video ...
Nyles Morgan - Notre Dame LB

Is Nyles Morgan Ready to Breakout for Notre Dame?

Nyles Morgan was widely projected to be an impact freshman before ever stepping foot on campus last summer, but it took injuries to thrust the Scout 5-star linebacker into the starting line-up.  Once there Morgan showed the normal growing pains ...

Light Turning on for Max Redfield?

If Max Redfield can have a Harrison Smith-like turnaround to his career in 2015, the Notre Dame defense should be able to make some huge strides.

Success of Notre Dame’s Special Teams Hinges on True Freshman’s Leg

If Notre Dame is to build upon the momentum created from the Music City Bowl victory against LSU, Notre Dame’s special teams play must get better. And much of that success will now hinge upon the leg of a true ...

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