“He just understands the game,” Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly says.
Saturday’s game is the last on the docket between the Wolverines and Irish.
Curiously, the Irish get worked up about academic fraud but not death or sexual assault.
In looking at personally flawed athletes as objects, let’s not forget victims are humans.
Everett Golson missed the 2013 season because of academic impropriety.
SEC coaches are crying foul as coaches from the North help coach (recruit) at camps down South.
Brian Kelly says Notre Dame never “threatened” Prince Shembo into not talking about an alleged sexual assault incident.
Quarterback Everett Golson said he wants to be a leader for the Irish after being suspended in 2013.
Notre Dame focused on the trenches in its 2014 recruiting class.
Before quarterback Everett Golson can return to his role as quarterback of the Fighting Irish, he needs to do one thing.
Listen to your players next time, Brian.
Eddie Vanderdoes says he had four good reasons for deciding to attend UCLA shortly after committing to Notre Dame.
Arizona pitcher Ian Kennedy was suspended for 10 games and Diamondbacks infielder Eric Hinske for five Friday for their roles in a brawl this week, while managers Don Mattingly and Kirk Gibson were given one-game bans.
So it’s not just the system that sucks. For playing along with the system, Notre Dame sucks too.
A three-day search for one of the winningest college quarterbacks ever ended in a remote wooded area in Michigan, where authorities found his body and were left with a mystery of how he died.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly isn’t ready to name a starting quarterback for 2013 — or 2014.
University spokesman Dennis Brown said Saturday night that Golson, who had three years of eligibility left after not playing as a freshman, was no longer enrolled at Notre Dame as of Friday. Brown says he couldn’t comment on why because of federal privacy laws.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke has taken the Notre Dame rivalry up a notch.
As the city of Boston works to recover from Monday’s bombings at the Boston Marathon, the Notre Dame football team will honor those affected.
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o didn’t show any signs of being affected by the girlfriend hoax leading up to the BCS title game, but his play indicates it may have taken a toll, coach Brian Kelly said Tuesday.