If you've been following the Notre Dame football team all season, then there's one word you've probably heard over and over again — process.
They don't ask "how," they ask "if." No matter how Notre Dame has looked at times this year, the Irish are 7-0 heading into the team's bye week. This makes head coach Brian Kelly a very happy man.
It might not have been as big of a statement win as victories over Michigan and Stanford were, but the Notre Dame football team showed everyone it was for real with a 45-23 road victory over Virginia Tech last week.
A+. That's the grade Brian Kelly gave Tuesday for the offseason returning quarterback Brandon Wimbush had. Kelly, entering his ninth season as Notre Dame's football coach, announced Wimbush will enter fall camp as the Irish's No. 1 quarterback on the depth chart.
No college basketball team wants to lose in March, but for the final 10 minutes of Tuesday’s first-round ACC men’s basketball tournament matchup between No. 10 seed Notre Dame and No. 15 Pittsburgh, the Irish were flirting awfully close to one that would land on the Hall of Shame.
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly would rather talk about this weekend's game against No. 7 Miami, but first he had to explain last weekend's defensive letdown against Wake Forest.
It might not have felt like it in the soggy aftermath of a cold, rainy Saturday in South Bend, but in many ways No. 5 Notre Dame's 48-37 victory over Wake Forest was exactly what the Fighting Irish needed.
Through three weeks, only 12 quarterbacks across the country who have thrown at least 15 times per game have completed a lower percentage of passes than Notre Dame’s Brandon Wimbush.
Speaking at a podium inside Notre Dame's football building, Mike McGlinchey offered a glimpse into the emotional state of the Fighting Irish ahead of Saturday's trip to Boston College.
Ask Notre Dame left tackle Mike McGlinchey about the source of his belief in his fellow offensive linemen, and all he needs is a mirror. A really, really big mirror — one large enough to capture his full 6-foot-8, 315-pound frame.
Notre Dame’s most athletically gifted tight end is back, with a new number (86) and a new surname (Mack, which is a nod to his stepfather).
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