Throughout the ups and downs of the football season, one thing was a constant in graduate assistant Kyle McCarthy’s first season of coaching. A life or death battle with cancer.
It appears that Notre Dame’s already youthful defensive line is going to be getting even younger on Saturday. After losing Jarron Jones essentially on the first play of Saturday’s 31-28 loss to Louisville, a Sunday MRI will determine the severity of the injury and whether he can play again this season.
The Irish exited Notre Dame Stadium for the last time in 2014. And for the second-straight week they sang the alma mater after a defeat, taking another step backwards from a home-field advantage Brian Kelly and the Irish had quietly built over the past few seasons. Let’s take a look at the good, bad and […]
With Senior Day a perfect time to look back, some former Notre Dame football greats are looking back at their time with the Irish. And they’re doing it in a pretty cool way.
With the questions (understandably) a little bit more filled with frustration than usual, it seems more than a few of you are searching for answers to last week’s loss still. Let’s answer a few mailbag questions before the game.
Kyle Brindza stared down his spot. Envisioned making the kick. Took a final deep breath before waiting for the snap. And then he missed it.
Kyle Brindza’s final kick in Notre Dame Stadium slid outside the upright with under a minute left as the Irish dropped a 31-28 heartbreaker to the Louisville Cardinals. Malik Zaire mishandled the snap ever so slightly, but it was enough of a bobble to disrupt Brindza’s leg swing and cause the 32-yard attempt to sail […]
How will the regular season end for the Irish? Let’s talk about it here during the home finale from Notre Dame Stadium.
Not sure where we go after the performance last Saturday, so as you’ll see at the end of the article, I took my question for this week’s Irish Blogger Gathering in a slightly different direction. Check out my fellow bloggers’ answers to that question via the link in their question to me this week, wondering […]
And just like that, Notre Dame’s season is nearly over. While losing three of four games has dampened the spirits of fans and detoured the team’s postseason hopes, the Irish will play their final game at home on Saturday, a senior sendoff in Notre Dame Stadium for a large group with a still-to-be-determined future.
Notre Dame will try to end a two-game losing streak when the Fighting Irish host the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday afternoon on Senior Day. This is the first meeting between these football programs, and both teams are 7-3 on the season with common opponents in Syracuse (wins) and Florida State (losses). The Irish have cooled […]