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  1. With academic probe complete, Notre Dame releases statement, but not fate of players

    Oct 5, 2014, 7:27 PM EST

    Rev. John Jenkins,Jack Swarbrick

    With Notre Dame’s academic investigation closed and the Honor Code committee meetings completed as of Friday, the fate of football players DaVaris Daniels, Eilar Hardy, Kendall Moore, KeiVarae Russell and Ishaq Williams will be determined sometime next week. But for those expecting some gigantic statement out of the university, it’s not happening.

  2. Five things we learned: Notre Dame 17, Stanford 14

    Oct 4, 2014, 10:25 PM EST

    Stanford v Notre Dame

    Anatomy of a soul-crushing defeat: Back-breaking turnovers. Missed scoring opportunities. Wasted performances. The Irish looked like they had put together the perfect recipe for a painful loss through 57 rain-soaked, wind-swept minutes in Notre Dame Stadium. But Everett Golson and the Irish offense rallied for a game-winning touchdown drive, helping the Irish pull off a wild 17-14 victory over Stanford Saturday afternoon.

  3. Live Blog — Notre Dame vs. Stanford

    Oct 4, 2014, 1:30 PM EST

    Stanford v Notre Dame

    Fall weather came in a hurry. With temperatures in the mid-70s earlier this week and expected to be back there as of Monday, Stanford was welcomed to South Bend by temperatures hovering around 40 degrees, a stiff wind and rain all but assured this afternoon.

  4. The good, the bad, the ugly: Notre Dame vs. Syracuse

    Sep 29, 2014, 11:42 AM EST

    William Fuller, C.J. Prosise

    On second inspection, Notre Dame did some very impressive things in their 31-15 victory over Syracuse. But the head-scratching mistakes that revealed themselves in the season’s fourth game also gave us our first sign of some flaws that many had hoped this young team was past.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Notre Dame avoiding Big Ten looking better by the day

    Jun 19, 2014, 2:59 PM EST

    Kelly Swarbrick Jenkins

    Notre Dame had its chances to join the Big Ten. And while Jim Delany’s conference might not admit they were truly after Notre Dame, it’s becoming clear that the Irish’s unwillingness to join one of collegiate sport’s proudest traditional conferences necessitated the move to bring in Rutgers and Maryland.

  8. Bob Diaco accepts the UConn head coaching job

    Dec 11, 2013, 10:25 PM EST

    Bob Diaco hat

    Notre Dame defensive coordinator Bob Diaco has accepted the head coaching position at UConn. NBC Sports has confirmed the news that was first reported by CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman. The 2012 Broyles Award winner leaves another huge hole in Brian Kelly’s staff, with both Diaco and offensive coordinator Chuck Martin taking head coaching jobs in…

  9. Pinstripe bowl ends up as best fit for Irish

    Dec 9, 2013, 12:59 PM EST

    ND Yankee Stadium

    The Irish practiced yesterday, with Brian Kelly meeting with the local media to discuss preparation for the Pinstripe Bowl. Notre Dame will practice ten times between now and the 28th, with the Irish spending Christmas in New York, leaving South Bend on the 23rd. While other bowls were discussed, and for a time the Poinsettia…

  10. IBG: Taking stock

    Dec 5, 2013, 2:14 AM EST

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    With bowl scenarios still shaking out, and a coaching search potentially under way, it’s a good time to take a look at some relatively big picture questions in this week’s IBG. As usual, the crew has supplied some topical questions. Participate down below, where there’s been some “lively” discussion the past few days. And head…

  11. Live Blog — Notre Dame vs. Navy

    Nov 2, 2013, 2:30 PM EST

    USC Notre Dame Football

    Ken Niumatalolo brings his Navy team to South Bend, trying to undo the past two years of Notre Dame domination after the Midshipmen’s best stretch in over 50 years. Without starting fullback Noah Copeland and starting slotback Darius Staten, Navy’s triple option will likely depending more on sophomore quarterback Keenan Reynolds, a talented player who…

  12. Live Blog — Notre Dame vs. Michigan State

    Sep 21, 2013, 2:30 PM EST

    TJ Jones

    There’s perfect football weather in South Bend on this last day of summer. Notre Dame and Michigan State, two teams that have been playing each other since 1897, are set to square off for the 77th time, battling for the Megaphone Trophy. As usual, you’ll have plenty of options to watch and follow along. A…

  13. Five things we learned: Notre Dame 56, Navy 14

    Oct 29, 2011, 9:24 PM EST

    Floyd Navy

    With a tip of the cap to Mark Twain, perhaps the reports of Notre Dame’s internal revolt were greatly exaggerated. With much of the last 36 hours dedicated to rumors of a potential implosion inside the Irish locker room, the squad united quickly, putting together their most complete performance of the year as they demolished…

  14. Notre Dame in 2011: What makes this year different?

    Sep 1, 2011, 3:51 AM EST

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    It was almost odd seeing it. Six years ago, a roster filled with the same guys that were trampled by USC and Purdue (Purdue!), edged by BYU, Boston College and Pittsburgh, and looked rudderless at the Insight Bowl after head coach Tyrone Willingham was dismissed, came out of the locker room eight months later transformed.…

  15. Integrity a two-way street

    Dec 19, 2010, 8:45 PM EST

    Getty Images - Jonathan Daniel

    There is nothing straightforward about the circumstances surrounding the death of St. Mary’s freshman Lizzy Seeberg, who committed suicide nine days after accusing an Irish football player of sexual assault. That accusation was first reported by the Chicago Tribune, who has been the paper of record on this story since initially reporting it for its…