Senior Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o has won the 2012 Dick Butkus award, which is given to the top collegiate linebacker.
Armed with an 11-0 record and a shot at the National Championship, No. 1 Notre Dame is back on top.
Imagine—Hawk sits alone in his bedroom splashed with Yaz posters and memorabilia a la a Belieber.
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Tommy Rees threw four TD passes in the first half, Notre Dame built a big early lead and the Irish rolled to their fourth straight victory Saturday, routing Air Force 59-33.
It seems Las Vegas oddsmakers and the betting public have more faith in Notre Dame than does Irish coach Brian Kelly. Exhibit A: ND, now 0-2 after being favored in its first two games, is […]
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey is staying with the Irish, and his reasoning is pretty simple.
Suspended Notre Dame star wide receiver Michael Floyd hopes to have a plea deal in place on his misdemeanor drunken driving charge before his next court appearance in June, his attorney said Monday.
On Thursday, Notre Dame and Northwestern announced that they would renew their gridiron battles that date back to 1889. This decision makes sense for both schools and should excite their strong fan bases in Chicago.
Northwestern Wildcats head football coach Pat Fitzgerald said resuming the team’s historic rivalry against Notre Dame is “great for Chicago fans.”
The Northwestern Wildcats are renewing their rivalry with Notre Dame starting in 2014.
When Notre Dame started spring practice on Wednesday their quarterbacks were outfitted with a new gadget.
Bernard James scored 14 points, Michael Snaer added 13 and Florida State showed there’s more to its game than defense with a 71-57 upset of second-seeded Notre Dame on Sunday night that put the Seminoles in the regional semifinals for the first time since 1993.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish may not have earned a top seed after their 26-6 regular season, but the fact that their first two games will be in Chicago is a nice trade off.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish ended the regular season with a 26-6 record and the No. 5 team in the country according to the Associated Press. However, there is still a sense they’re not a legitimate title contender.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are among the top teams in the country and may have already played themselves into a number one seed on the NCAA Tournament. Their success hasn’t come from their talent, but from their experience.
The University of Notre Dame will no longer use hydraulic lifts for filming football practices, after a 20-year-old student fell to his death during a windstorm in October.
Chicago area-native and former Fighting Irish safety Tom Zbikowski has a backup plan if the NFL Lockout becomes reality, he’ll return to the boxing ring.
No. 7 Notre Dame had another impressive win on Monday, lambasting nineteenth-ranked Villanova 93-72 in South Bend. With a 24-5 record, this is the best Fighting Irish team in years. So how far can this team go in the tournament?
Notre Dame’s 14-point loss at West Virginia ended up costing them one them one spot on the updated AP Top 25 poll that was released today. The Irish fell from No. 8 to No. 9.