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  1. Pro Day highlights Rudolph, Williams and Walls

    Apr 7, 2011, 7:25 PM EST

    Darrin Walls

    We talked more about the NFL Draft last offseason when the Irish had Jimmy Clausen and Golden Tate in the running for first round contention. But today a crop of Irish seniors worked out for NFL scouts, headlined by tight end Kyle Rudolph, who is fighting to be a first round draft pick as he…

  2. Irish notes: Combine, injuries and recruiting

    Jan 4, 2011, 2:13 PM EST

    Getty Images - Jonathan Daniel

    Before we start digging into the season that was, I wanted to clear a few little notes off the desk. The first is that running back Armando Allen and defensive tackle Ian Williams were the only two Irish football players invited to the NFL Scouting Combine. (Obviously, that would change if either Michael Floyd or…

  3. Kelly talks bye week

    Nov 5, 2010, 1:13 PM EST

    Having not met with the media since his emotional press conference after the Tulsa game, Brian Kelly spent roughly 20 minutes answering questions as the Irish prepare to take a well-deserved weekend away from football. Here are a few of the highlights: Unfortunately, Kelly’s suspicions are confirmed, and Armando Allen has played his last football…

  4. 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…

  5. Five Things We Learned: Notre Dame vs. Tulsa

    Oct 30, 2010, 9:10 PM EST

    DeclanSullivan

    For those looking to bury Brian Kelly after nine games at Notre Dame, they were given the opportunity late in the fourth quarter. After calling a timeout with 42 seconds left, Kelly decided against putting the game on the leg of his field goal kicker David Ruffer, and instead bet on the arm of freshman…

  6. Five things we learned: Notre Dame vs. Navy

    Oct 23, 2010, 4:59 PM EST

    Teich

    With the Notre Dame offense unable to play their top three receiving threats and with running back Armando Allen well below 100 percent, it’s not a complete surprise that the Irish offense struggled against Navy’s bend, but not break, defense. What is a surprise is the complete collapse of the Irish defense, which was absolutely…