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  1. Midwest recruiting scene just got a little more crowded

    Nov 30, 2011, 12:16 PM EST

    brady-hoke

    Way back in June, we took a look at the lay of the land in the Midwest, and noticed how the recruiting world might be shifting a bit. Back then, big news was that Russell Wilson — given his walking papers by North Carolina State coach Tom O’Brien — was signing on the dotted line…

  2. Mattison has seen both sides of the UM-ND rivalry

    Sep 8, 2011, 1:04 PM EST

    Greg Mattison

    Saturday isn’t just another game for Michigan defensive coordinator Greg Mattison. “I know it’s a huge rivalry for everybody involved in it,” Mattison said. “It’s Michigan. It’s Notre Dame.” He knows because he’s spent eight years on the opposite sideline, coordinating the Irish defense under Bob Davie and then staying on staff under Tyrone Willingham…

  3. Urban Meyer and ESPN tackle Irish spring football

    Apr 5, 2011, 6:15 PM EST

    It turns out Urban Meyer wasn’t just in South Bend to be a featured speaker at the Notre Dame coaching clinic, but he was also wearing his ESPN analyst hat when he visited Brian Kelly and company for spring practice. Here’s the segment ESPN produced that aired today featuring Meyer, Kelly, HelmetCam, and the epic…

  4. Open practice gives first look at 2011 Irish

    Mar 26, 2011, 10:01 PM EST

    Brian Kelly spring ball

    With Notre Dame’s star-studded coaching clinic providing an open door to over 1,000 high school coaches, it also gave the media the opportunity to get their first unfiltered look at the 2011 Irish football team. In a Loftus Center pushing capacity, Brian Kelly and his coaching staff put the team on display for Urban Meyer,…

  5. Friday notes: Kiel, juniors, camps and more

    Feb 25, 2011, 3:16 PM EST

    Urban Meyer

    Before we kick-off the notes portion of the show, I wanted to give a quick apology if it’s been a little up-and-down here the past week or two. I’m trying to get my off-season legs under me, and a lot of the work I’m doing for the website isn’t quite ready for broadcast. If you’re…

  6. New hires put coaching vacancies into perspective

    Dec 15, 2010, 3:24 PM EST

    Jack Swarbrick

    Filling a coaching vacancy is tough business in major college football. Your pool of potential targets is always shifting, already happily employed, and also filled by men who have to act as if they’re absolutely uninterested in switching jobs right until the point they sign on the dotted line. Adding to the complications, there’s an…