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Brian Kelly Takes His Place As Notre Dame’s Coach

The Irish set their sights on one man, and unlike their past tribulations, this time they got their prize. Read More »

State of the Irish Union: Clausen, Tate, and Kelly, Oh My!

With Clausen and Tate out and Kelly presumably in, the Irish look towards a another new era in the programs increasingly less storied history in 2010. Read More »

Weis Leaves Notre Dame In Decent Shape

His five-year reign may be over, but his recruiting will help the next guy in line. Read More »

UConn Further Tarnishes the Golden Dome On Weis’ Watch

With a loss to lowly UConn, the fighting Irish spiral further down the toilet, with their coach pushing the handle to flush. Read More »

The Numbers Are Clear: Weis Has To Go

The facts are clear; time has run out for Charlie Weis at Notre Dame. Read More »

Weis and the Irish Lose to Navy… Again

Notre Dame loses to Navy for the second time in three years. Read More »

Notre Dame vs Navy Preview

With the return of Michael Floyd, the Irish offensive will finally be at full strength which is fatal news for their opponents. Read More »

Notre Dame Finally Gets An Easy One, Dominates Washington State

Notre Dame dominates inferior Washington State, as team fires on all cylinders. Read More »

Notre Dame Finally Wins The Holy War

With some timely defensive plays, Kyle McCarthy led the Irish to victory in the Holy War 2009. Read More »

Weis’ Inexcusable Playcalling Against USC

Charlie Weis' genius once again led the Irish to defeat. You don't say. Read More »