Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly owes a debt to the Miami Hurricanes and the officiating crew that allowed their insane kick-off return to stand, because I have a feeling the incident above would have gotten a lot more attention this weekend if there hadn’t been something else for college football fans to freak out…
ESPN’s College GameDay went to Philadelphia today for the unpredictably-huge Notre Dame-Temple game. Phillyfan was there, and Phillyfanned as hard as he could. Your sign roundup, with help as always from SEC Nation:
Yesterday, Sophomore safety Drue Tranquill injured himself celebrating a broken up pass during Notre Dame’s win over Georgia Tech. Turns out he tore his ACL, which he also tore last year. Poor guy.
Sophomore Fighting Irish defensive back Drue Tranquill left today’s game against Georgia Tech in the first half after suffering what appears (and, from NBC’s microphones, sounds like) a terrible knee injury amidst celebrating breaking up a pass in the Notre Dame end zone.
Notre Dame quarterback and potential Heisman candidate Malik Zaire left today’s game against Virginia after suffering a horrific-looking ankle injury late in the third quarter.
Everything about this fake field goal is great. From the fake overhead pitch that froze a potential pursuer to the blocker pulling from the right side of the line to engage the one defender who could possibly stop Durham Smythe, everything went to perfection for Notre Dame.
If it’s been too long since the last time you got teeth-achingly angry over some dipshit’s explanation for why college football players shouldn’t be paid, head on over to The New York Times and read Dan Barry’s conversation with Notre Dame’s president, Rev. John I. Jenkins.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 12 Notre Dame.
Garrick Sherman played two years of college basketball at Michigan State, before transferring and playing his final two years at Notre Dame. He graduated in 2014, and now plays professionally for Dinamo Tbilsi in Georgia (the country).
Notre Dame has booked its ticket to the championship game thanks to a clutch rebound and jumper from Madison Cable.
Despite trailing Notre Dame numerous times in the second half, Kentucky overcame a below-average offensive night and a stunning performance from Irish forward Zach Auguste to advance to the Final Four and improve their record to 38-0 thanks to two free throws by Andrew Harrison with six seconds remaining, shots that…
Notre Dame's OT win over Butler on Saturday was probably the best tournament game of the weekend, and it might not have gone that long had Irish senior guard Pat Connaughton not swooped in to swat down a Kellen Dunham shot with one second left in regulation.
Yesterday, we told you about the time Bill Cosby acted like a dickbag and made a Notre Dame All-American football player named Dean Brown cry at his graduation in 1989. This morning, we received an email from a guy named Jerry Barca, who wrote a book about the 1988 Notre Dame season and saw firsthand just how deep and…
Arizona State fans can breathe. This game got close in the fourth quarter, as a Sun Devils lead dwindled from 34-3 all the way to 34-31. But Arizona State scored the game's last 21 points for a comfortable 55-31 win over No. 10 Notre Dame. The Sun Devils were buoyed by two pick-sixes and three passing touchdowns from…
Notre Dame gave up 34 points to Arizona State in the first half today. Here's all the highlights, as called by pro wrestling legend Jim "J.R." Ross.
Here's ESPN's Darren Rovell's take on the adorable, potentially post-coital selfie of Notre Dame receiver Justin Brent with famed adult actress Lisa Ann:
Notre Dame did everything right to beat Florida State in Tallahassee tonight, except for the part where they ran an illegal play for what would have been the winning touchdown.
Tons of craziness in the afternoon games today, and the top-15 matchups didn't disappoint. In the lone, non-SEC West top-15 battle of the day, Notre Dame and Stanford played a relatively quiet game until the fourth quarter.