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  1. Mailbag: Purdue edition

    Sep 12, 2014, 4:20 PM EST

    Michael Bertsch

    With the festivities already started in Indianapolis, let’s empty the mailbag before tomorrow night’s Shamrock Series game against Purdue.

  2. Pregame Six Pack: An all Hoosiers Shamrock Series

    Sep 12, 2014, 3:26 AM EST

    Purdue v Notre Dame

    It’s that time of year again. The annual Shamrock Series. For a program built upon tradition and history, consider the Shamrock Series something similar — only started five years ago. (So maybe not that similar at all.)

  3. Hazell understands the challenge at hand

    Sep 11, 2014, 5:52 PM EST

    Western Michigan v Purdue

    With a betting line that’s hovering just above four touchdowns, this weekend’s Shamrock Series game looks like it could be the most lopsided matchup since the series premiere against Washington State. But if the last five years tell us anything, expect the unexpected against Purdue.

  4. Mailbag: Now open

    Sep 10, 2014, 5:58 PM EST

    Mailbag

    Two weeks in and we’ve got plenty to talk about. So if you’ve got questions on Shamrock Series, Purdue, the end of Michigan, or anything else… Drop it in the comments or hit me on Twitter @KeithArnold.

  5. BK on Jim Rome: Didn’t see Michigan shutout coming

    Sep 10, 2014, 5:28 PM EST

    Brian Kelly, Brady Hoke

    With his team 2-0 and looking well positioned to get out of September undefeated, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly was a guest on Jim Rome’s radio show Wednesday afternoon. The Irish head coach shared some interesting thoughts, while also being very candid about the Irish’s 31-0 defeat of Michigan.

  6. And in that corner… The Purdue Boilermakers

    Sep 10, 2014, 12:03 PM EST

    Hunt, Dean

    For the second week in a row, we’ll be up late watching Notre Dame, only this Saturday it may be tough to decipher who the Fighting Irish are. Travis Miller of SBNation’s Hammer & Rails gets us ready for Purdue, as this year’s Shamrock Series kicks off this weekend.

  7. With Michigan in past, focus shifts to Purdue

    Sep 9, 2014, 4:00 PM EST

    Notre Dame v Michigan

    As Brian Kelly pointed out on Saturday night, the decisive victory over Michigan counts as only one win. So while Saturday night’s game against Purdue looks like one of the more lopsided on the Irish schedule, consider the past two matchups.

  8. Even after shutout, Irish hope best is yet to come for young D

    Sep 8, 2014, 7:33 PM EST

    Michigan v Notre Dame

    During the postgame interviews, it was hard for players to hide the joy they were feeling. For a team that’s struggled to beat Michigan in the past, the 31-0 victory certainly earned the Irish every minute of the 24 hours they planned to celebrate.

  9. Jaylon Smith nominated for Lott IMPACT Player of the Week

    Sep 8, 2014, 1:37 PM EST

    Jaylon Smith

    Fresh off his 10 tackle performance and leading Notre Dame to a 31-0 shutout of Michigan, linebacker Jaylon Smith earned a nomination for the Lott IMPACT Player of the Week award.

  10. The good, the bad, the ugly: Notre Dame vs. Michigan

    Sep 7, 2014, 11:00 PM EST

    Michigan v Notre Dame

    As the Notre Dame-Michigan rivalry takes an indefinite break, the Irish’s most lopsided victory in the series leaves the programs in two very different places. Even as Brian Kelly plays 19 first-year contributors (true and redshirt freshmen), the Irish won all three phases of the game. Let’s look at the good, the bad and the ugly.

  11. Five things we learned: Notre Dame 31, Michigan 0

    Sep 7, 2014, 1:43 AM EST

    Amir Carlisle

    This might have to be it for Notre Dame and Michigan. Because in the 42nd and final scheduled meeting between the Irish and Wolverines, Notre Dame’s delivered a 31-0 knockout punch that could very well leave Brady Hoke’s program left for dead.

  12. Live Blog — Notre Dame vs. Michigan

    Sep 6, 2014, 6:31 PM EST

    Rice v Notre Dame

    On a beautiful evening for football, it’s finally time for Notre Dame and Michigan to actually play football. That means after a long week of talking, hypothesizing and over-analyzing just about every subplot known to man, we can finally watch the Wolverines battle the Irish on the field of play. Join us here for the live blog.

  13. Watch Notre Dame vs. Michigan anywhere (and more)

    Sep 6, 2014, 11:15 AM EST

    SportsLiveExtra

    With kickoff tonight in primetime, you’ll likely have a spot on the couch already saved if you aren’t lucky enough to be in South Bend. But consider this your instruction manual to watching Notre Dame vs. Michigan from anywhere.

  14. Friday night preview: Fueling the fire for Michigan

    Sep 5, 2014, 7:55 PM EST

    peprally

    Thunder and lightning has taken over South Bend, with the sky opening up this evening. But FieldTurf has no fear, so any worry of a slow track went away when Notre Dame installed the much-maligned synthetic surface inside the stadium.

  15. Friday Mailbag: Michigan

    Sep 5, 2014, 1:25 PM EST

    Rice v Notre Dame

    Live from 30,000 feet, on an internet connection envious of the old AOL dial-up days, let’s get into the mailbag. We tackle quite a wide variety of topics, with the Wolverines directly in your crosshairs.

  16. Pregame Six Pack: Waving goodbye to the Wolverines

    Sep 5, 2014, 2:53 AM EST

    Rice v Notre Dame

    With an online vigil of Irish fans still holding out hope for the university to decide the fate of DaVaris Daniels, Eilar Hardy, Kendall Moore, KeiVarae Russell and Ishaq Williams, the crazy week leading up to the final scheduled meeting between Notre Dame and Michigan continues to take its share of twists and turns.

  17. Notre Dame and Ohio State to play in 2022 and 2023

    Sep 4, 2014, 10:52 AM EST

    Jack Swarbrick

    Notre Dame doesn’t usually announce any scheduling news until the entire season’s slate is set. But here’s guessing athletic director Jack Swarbrick was fine making this one exception.

  18. Rees discussing the the challenge from Mattison’s defense

    Sep 4, 2014, 10:30 AM EST

    Everett Golson

    For Notre Dame’s offense, solving Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison’s schemes are the key to victory. Former Irish quarterback Tommy Rees talks about that challenge.

  19. Michigan Mailbag: Now Open

    Sep 3, 2014, 6:29 PM EST

    Mailbag

    It’s mailbag time. Drop your questions below in the comments or on Twitter @KeithArnold.

  20. And in that corner… The Michigan Wolverines

    Sep 3, 2014, 5:14 AM EST

    Appalachian v Michigan

    A week after both Notre Dame and Michigan took their opponents to the proverbial woodshed, they’ll do battle one more time, with both proud programs hoping to do the same to their nemesis.

  21. Must Watch: Feherty with Lou Holtz

    Sep 2, 2014, 11:43 PM EST

    feherty with lou holtz- Season # 2013

    Sure it may be corporate synergy, but as a fan of good television and both gentlemen, consider this a Public Service Announcement to set your DVRs.

  22. For Notre Dame, battle with Michigan filled with familiarity

    Sep 2, 2014, 7:56 PM EST

    Rice v Notre Dame

    There will be no secrets between Notre Dame and Michigan Saturday night. Entering the fourth matchup between these two coaching staffs, even a game featuring three new coordinators won’t likely bring any true surprises.

  23. Hoke, Mattison prepare for Irish

    Sep 2, 2014, 10:49 AM EST

    Brady Hoke

    Michigan head coach Brady Hoke and defensive coordinator talk about beginning preparations for playing Notre Dame.

  24. Eilers joins Irish coaching staff to help fill McCarthy’s void

    Sep 1, 2014, 1:58 AM EST

    Notre Dame archives

    Former Irish and NFL football player Pat Eilers has joined the Irish coaching staff. The member of the 1988 national championship team has been named a defensive quality control assistant for the coaching staff.

  25. The good, bad and ugly: Notre Dame vs. Rice

    Aug 31, 2014, 5:49 PM EST

    Rice v Notre Dame

    Upon second viewing, quarterback Everett Golson’s 2014 debut is just as impressive. The senior quarterback, playing his first game in 600 days, didn’t seem to miss a beat, leading Notre Dame with five total touchdowns on the way to a 48-17 victory over Rice.