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  • Notre Dame - TeamReport

    NCAAF Team Report - Notre Dame - INSIDE SLANT As No. 17 Notre Dame prepared for Saturday's opening game against Rice the midweek headlines revolved around academics as much as athletics. Irish coach Brian Kelly said on Tuesday that four players will...
  • Four Notre Dame players under investigation won't play in opener

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly did not provide any update Tuesday on the academic fraud investigation involving four Irish players, other than to say they would not play in Notre Dame's first game against Rice on Saturday.   The...
  • UConn Football Situation Suits Diaco Just Fine

    UConn Football Situation Suits Diaco Just Fine
    STORRS — Bob Diaco came into his first Monday press conference on a game week as clean as a whistle. Suit, fresh haircut. Suit? Yes, a suit, just as he had in April. In what was a "dress rehearsal" for what a typical game day would feel like,...
  • Matthias Farley has primary role in Irish secondary

     Matthias Farley has primary role in Irish secondary
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — It's easy for Notre Dame fans to forget that at one time, Matthias Farley played receiver. Or more accurately, he practiced at receiver as he didn't see any game action at the position during his freshman season. Then came a...
  • Brian Kelly names captains at Notre Dame

    Brian Kelly names captains at Notre Dame
    Less than a week before Notre Dame opens its season, coach Brian Kelly has settled on his captains. Kelly took to Twitter on Tuesday to say that safety Austin Collinsworth, defensive tackle Sheldon Day, tailback Cam McDaniel and center Nick Martin would...
  • Corey Robinson finding a rhythm for Notre Dame

    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Corey Robinson was all excited to go clubbing — to a bossa nova club that is. When the Notre Dame sophomore receiver was on a mission trip this summer in Brazil, he wanted to take in some jazz music. But when he asked...
  • George O'Leary would have lifted Curse of the Irish

    George O'Leary would have lifted Curse of the Irish
    The great comedian Steven Wright said he once broke a mirror and got seven years' bad luck, but his lawyer thought he could get that down to five. What then do we make of the luck of Notre Dame football? Mirrors have been breaking since Lou Holtz...
  • Everett Golson now taking charge at Notre Dame

     Everett Golson now taking charge at Notre Dame
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Before Notre Dame opened preseason camp, a reporter asked coach Brian Kelly about Everett Golson, prefacing his question by saying Golson "led" Notre Dame to the BCS championship game in 2012. Kelly quickly corrected the...
  • Notre Dame won't lower expectations this season

    Notre Dame won't lower expectations this season
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame has had to do some squinting into the distance recently to see what the future might hold. Sometimes that's the result of taking a punch to the gut like the one that arrived Friday in the form of an academic fraud...
  • Notre Dame OC Denbrock carrying on despite prostate cancer

    Notre Dame OC Denbrock carrying on despite prostate cancer
    SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Mike Denbrock's wife Diane has been pretty upset with Mike lately.  That's because Mike, Notre Dame's offensive coordinator, was spending too much time at the office as he recovers from surgery. Denbrock met with the media for the...
  • Notre Dame shouldn't allow — or take — shortcuts

    Notre Dame shouldn't allow — or take — shortcuts
    We figured our professor would give us a break. During my sophomore year at Notre Dame in 2007, I was in an African history class with multiple members of the men's basketball team. We were less than a week away from the midterm exam, which was...