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A Look Into Notre Dame’s Opponents: Who Remains

Having already reviewed Notre Dame’s opponents that they’ve played, it hasn’t been the most stellar of schedules. Coming off of a 4-8 season, Notre Dame needs wins against some quality opponents if they are to secure a playoff spot. The good thing with Notre Dame currently sitting at 13th in the AP poll and 16th […]

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Three Takeaways Against North Carolina

Ian Book, Notre Dame Quarterback

Ian Book Looked Good in His First Start It took the redshirt freshman quarterback a couple of series to get going as he came out this game visibly nervous. As he settled into the game, he improved throughout and got into a groove with this offense. He did a lot of things to be impressed […]

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Three Takeaways Against Miami of Ohio

Notre Dame EQ Wide Receiver vs Miami of Ohio

  Notre Dame is Ascending as a Program Notre Dame has taken another step forward in joining the elite programs such as Ohio State, Alabama, and Clemson. In a season-long process, Notre Dame has yet again dominated against an inferior opponent. Never before in the Brian Kelly era, and probably not since the Lou Holtz […]

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Notre Dame Shellacks Michigan State

Julian Love, Notre Dame Cornerback

Notre Dame put in a dominant performance on the road in what would be the first statement win of the 2017 season. The Irish had a daunting task going on the road and taking on a Michigan State team that looks to be refocused after finishing 3-9 in 2016, and themselves going through some deep […]

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Analyzing Notre Dame’s Offensive Growing Pains

Analyze Notre Dame's Offense

Saturday’s performance against Boston College was bizarre in the way that even though Notre Dame scored 49 points, ran for 515 yards, and posted a total of 611 yards, the offense did not necessarily pass the eye test. The offense came out flat against BC, continuing their poor vein of form that carried over from […]

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Weekend Recruiting Wrap-Up: Georgia, Sept 9

Notre Dame Stadium on the Field

When you get a traditional SEC power like Georgia to cross the Mason-Dixon line for the first time since 1965 to come to one of the most hallowed sites in college football, you can bet that the coaching staff will leverage this game as best they can for a recruiting windfall. It is reported that […]