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  1. Ragone and McDonald set to join Weis in Kansas

    Apr 17, 2012, 5:17 PM EST

    Mike Ragone

    The westbound caravan heading from South Bend to Lawrence, Kansas has added two more passengers, with linebacker Anthony McDonald and tight end Mike Ragone ready to play out their eligibility for former head coach Charlie Weis. McDonald’s addition to the Jayhawk roster was finalized late last week, while Ragone’s — long anticipated after he was…

  2. Ragone granted sixth year, headed to Kansas

    Mar 16, 2012, 2:58 PM EST

    Mike Ragone

    Lost in the shuffle of a pretty eventful offseason Thursday, tight end Mike Ragone won his sixth year appeal with the NCAA and will play one more season of college football. While it won’t be for the Fighting Irish, Ragone will be reunited with the head coach that brought him to South Bend, joining Charlie…

  3. First look at contact: Jumping to conclusions edition

    Aug 10, 2011, 7:16 PM EST

    After four practices getting acclimated to helmets, the Irish were in full pads today, giving freshman their first real feel of college football. Thanks to the always excellent practice reports courtesy of UND.com, we’re able to get a sneak peak at the first day of work, which allows all of us to jump to some…

  4. Injuries end Roberson and McDonald’s spring

    Mar 30, 2011, 7:03 PM EST

    Cam Roberson

    Brian Kelly’s suspicions were confirmed when an MRI of freshman running back Cameron Roberson’s knee showed a partially torn ACL and a torn lateral collateral ligament. There’s no official timetable on Roberson’s return, but you’ve got to think that getting anything out of Roberson next season would be a big surprise. Meanwhile, linebacker Anthony McDonald’s…

  5. How we got here: Injuries

    Nov 3, 2010, 1:48 AM EST

    CristKyleCrutch

    There’s a tricky line to draw when you write about injuries. They are a certainty in football (not unlike death and taxes off the field), but there is also a line where you’ve got to take injuries into account when adjusting your expectations for a team’s ability to perform. There’s a school of thought that…

  6. Stepping up… The linebackers

    Feb 25, 2010, 1:36 PM EST

    If it feels like beating a dead horse to say that the Irish defense played below expectations last year, I apologize. But trying to put the linebacker play into context is difficult, because each position grouping in a defense depends on the other. Without a great pass rush, the secondary looks bad. Without tight coverage,…