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Apparently, coach Muffet McGraw and the Notre Dame women's basketball team aren't finished beating Connecticut this season.
Syracuse will close out the regular season with a tough matchup when they travel to Indiana to play the red hot Fighting Irish.
Members of the Notre Dame football team participated in Relay for Life Friday night to raise money to fight cancer.
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Harrison Smith won his first-round draft spot at the Senior Bowl. But he didnt know it at the time or even soon after.
On the first day of the 2012 NFL draft, there were some happy faces across the league, one player in particular, Larry Fitzgerald. The Arizona Cardinals drafte
Malik Zaire, Notre Dame into the future on Thursday night.
All three schools compete for area
Taya Reimer is the leading contender for Miss Basketball in Indiana next season. She's a 6'2 forward and is considered the 4th best junior in the country.
Coaching icon was in Bowling Green on Friday.
Dear Helaine and Joe: This is a bust of Knute Rockne, the legendary Notre Dame football coach. It is approximately 71/2 inches tall and signed 'Nison' something.
Cowherd calls Harrison Smith a "STIFF"...
I enjoy listening to the guy, but he went too far. He called Harrison Smith a STIFF and said he was too slow. He said he fits more in a run defense and wouldn't be able to compete agains the NFC North teams?
Really, Harrison has played against some of the Best WR and TE in the country and hasn't done too bad. I would almost say that without him our record would have a few more losses!
Sometime I hate Cowherd!
f he indeed said that then he crossed a line between good journalism and just trash talk reporting.
How would he re-act to the reports that his efforts were, 'trash jounalism'?
He should be aware of being gracious and humble in making critique.
Umm, let's face it he's a turd!
One of the many reasons why I no longer listen to the cowturd. He likes to say outlandish things for ratings, but I will say in his defense, that he can occasionally make a good point. He and Skip Bayless should date.
When one is a STIFF it should be easier to spot a STIFF. Still, I think the STIFF known as "the Turd" missed this one. Gee, the guy makes more wrong calls than right. It is expected.
ESPN personalities are cartoon characters. Cowhead comments on ND because it has a huge fan base and is polarizing. ESPN operates on 1 mantra, do whatever you can do to get the most people up in a lather.
In the limited amount of time I have listened to him, he seemed like a loudmouthed blowhard. There is very little ESPN programming I will listen too. EVeryone has a Schtick and its played out.
Notre Dame added a big offensive weapon for the upcoming class on Thursday as Naples (Fla.) tight end Mike Heuerman committed to the Irish.
The Minnesota Vikings are suddenly turning into Notre Dame North.
On Saturday, the NFL team plucked Irish defensive back Robert Blanton with the fourth pick of the fifth round, giving the Vikings five ex-ND players. Three of those have been acquired this offseason.
Michael Floyd brandished the screaming red Cardinals jersey for the cameras Thursday night, looking upon the Radio City Music Hall crowd with an indomitable smile, living a moment he had envisioned his entire life.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. The San Francisco 49ers have selected Notre Dame outside linebacker Darius Fleming in the fifth round of the NFL draft. He will likely land primarily in a special teams role if he hopes to make the final roster.
Notre Dame outside linebacker Darius Fleming was selected with the 165th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. Fleming was the 30th pick of the fifth round and was the fourth Fighting Irish player taken in this year’s draft.
(AP) — The San Francisco 49ers built depth on the roster and for the future on the final day of the NFL draft. San Francisco selected guard Joe Looney of Wake Forest, Notre Dame linebacker Darius Fleming, Michigan State free safety Trenton Robinson and offensive lineman Jason Slowey of Western Oregon. The practice should speed up Looney's learning curve in coach Jim Harbaugh's complex version of the West Coast offense. The pulling guard — a key position in San Francisco's zone-blocking scheme — had a left ankle injury that kept him from working out at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis and Wake Forest's pro day. The NFC West champion 49ers finished a field goal shy of the Super Bowl and figured it best not to overload with late picks who probably won't make a talented roster this fall anyway. San Francisco has perhaps the NFL's best linebacker corps with All-Pros Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman and sensational rookie Aldon Smith, among others, so Fleming will likely land in a special teams role if he hopes to make the final roster.
South Carolina gets discounted NCAA penalties for cooperating
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