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Replacing an All-American is never a small task, especially if you're talking about former Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd. Who will replace Floyd has become one of the hottest topics of discussion this offseason, and with valid reason...
Notre Dame: Huskies women's basketball coach calls out Irish for not committing fully to Big East
Everyone wants ND badddddddddd....
They are the premier national brand school in the country. Even if they have been irrelevant the last 20 years.
Main reason is the potential money they can bring in.
NDame wants their independent status as much as possible and control the TV set up as much as possible.
Should be interesting to see what happens to NDame moving forward.
This post was edited by EGND on 5/28/2012 at 9:44 AM
Notre Dame filed a religious liberty lawsuit today challenging the constitutionality of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate that requires employers to provide contraceptive services in their minimum health insurance packages.
Michiah Quick's recruitment has sped up in the last month, but the rising junior is taking things slowly and soaking up the advice of others.
(Big Tentacles is the SWRT look at the Big Ten, its sway over the college football landscape and that school in South Bend it not-so-secretly covets.) Brian Kelly - Threat or Menace? Matt For
ESPN 150 ATH Vonn Bell is in no rush
Rossville, Ga. -- Less than three miles from the Tennessee border, coaches from Auburn and Tennessee watch as defensive back Vonn Bell (Rossville, Ga./Ridgeland) makes it look easy against his teammates during the school’s spring scrimmage. Three carries result in three spectacular touchdown plays for the 6-foot, 185-pound ESPN 150 athlete, who would also make his presence known on defense with a couple bone-jarring hits before letting the backups take over.
For Bell, who is coming off an All-State season in which he made 180 tackles, five interceptions, three forced fumbles and three recoveries for touchdowns on defense, as well as 37 rushes for 280 yards and five touchdowns, 31 catches for 487 yards and six touchdowns on offense, it was just another day at the office.
More than 15 programs made the trip in the last month to Rossville to evaluate Bell, who has done his best to return the favor, making trips to Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, Texas and Vanderbilt this year. It is all part of a process that Bell and his parents take seriously.
Ryan Green names new top 3...
FSU still in his lead pack (as I said a week ago I believe FSU is his clear leader). Auburn and Clemson are the other two schools he mentioned (he was high on AUB after recent visit). That's right...no mention of ND. We are dropping like a dress on prom night. Still plenty of viable options but we have plenty of work to do.
RB is not a position im too worried about this year.
just emphasize Corey Clements and it is a miss; pass and use the schol elsewhere. Weary of all the Green hype; can you say Savon Huggins!
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know Green has stated he won't make a decision until NSD, but i have a feeling he already has, and i wouldn't be shocked if he goes public with it if he goes to one of Fishers summer camps
This week's Top 10 list: Toughest schedules in 2012. To help figure things out, I awarded a point system to every team's opponents: 1 for a 5 for a Top 5 heavyweight. I'd also bump up the point total, usually half a point if it were a road opponent.
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