5 College Football Coaches Most Likely To Jump To NFL In 2016
by Joe Messineo on September 25, 2015
Being a coach in the NFL is tough, and there are only so many places where a team can look for a new one. The most popular? College football.
Notre Dame 34 Virginia 27: Irish Win, But Lose Starting Quarterback
by Michael Borth on September 14, 2015
What would Notre Dame football be without drama? 2015 started off with the loss of the starting runningback versus Texas, and now- the starting quarterback has been hit with the season ending injury bug. But the Irish prevailed and must now rely yet again on their depth much like last season.
What's Next For Everett Golson: Quarterback To Transfer
by Michael Borth on May 8, 2015
Guru workouts while on suspension. Academic issues. Interceptions galore in 2014. And yet, the story for the former Notre Dame quarterback continues with another chapter.
Irish Defeat LSU In Music City Bowl 31-28
by Michael Borth on December 31, 2014
Notre Dame capped a frustrating end to 2014 with a good win over LSU in the Music City Bowl. 2015 looks bright.
Who Remains in the Florida Coaching Search?
by David Levin on November 26, 2014
Now that it appears the Gators are narrowing its search for head coaches to a handful, here are some names taken off the list.
Another Notre Dame Loss: The Good,The Bad, The Ugly
by Michael Borth on November 23, 2014
Notre Dame fell to Louisville to go 7-4 on the year. Another close game was there for the taking, but a late field goal attempt kept another win from materializing.
Why Brian Kelly Should Leave Notre Dame To Coach Florida
by Chris Alderson on November 21, 2014
The Florida Gators and Will Muschamp have parted ways and one of the nation's top jobs is open. Why should Brian Kelly leave Notre Dame for Florida?
Notre Dame-Louisville Preview: 5 Things To Know
by Michael Borth on November 21, 2014
Coming off of 2 consecutive losses, the Irish close out their home schedule this Saturday against Louisville.
Irish Insights: Bowl Possibilities, Recruiting, Game Day
by Michael Borth on November 19, 2014
A look at the bowl chances for the Irish, a recruiting tidbit and this weeks game with Louisville. The Irish look to finish out the season with 2 wins to enhance their bowl options in 2014.
Trying Time At Notre Dame: What Went Wrong In 2014
by Michael Borth on November 17, 2014
With aspirations squandered only weeks after igniting a firestorm of promise, the Fighting Irish have now lost 2 games in a row.
No Luck For Notre Dame-Irish Fall: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
by Michael Borth on November 16, 2014
With a little nip in the air,around 30 degrees of nip- the Irish returned home after nearly a month away to face Northwestern. Redemption was on tap after the loss last weekend for the team and for Golson. Northwestern stamped out hopes with a 43-40 overtime win.
No Defense For The Irish-This Was A Team Loss
by Michael Borth on November 11, 2014
The playoff scenario for Notre Dame is over. The possibility of a top bowl game exists. But before the season ends, there is work to be done and a resolution needed to an ongoing issue.
Notre Dame Falls to Arizona State: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
by Michael Borth on November 9, 2014
Notre Dame lost it's bid to play in the 4 team playoff format at season's end. 5 turnovers killed any chance for the Irish to prevail Saturday.
Notre Dame-Arizona State: 5 Things To Know
by Michael Borth on November 4, 2014
Arizona State is coming off a late missed field goal by Utah to survive and advance towards the Final Four of college football.
Notre Dame at Navy: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
by Michael Borth on November 2, 2014
In need of a win Saturday to keep any chance of a playoff spot alive, Notre Dame managed to fight for everything against a tough Navy team.
Notre Dame at Navy Midshipmen: 5 Things to Know
by Michael Borth on October 30, 2014
The first of 5 remaining games in 2014 for Notre Dame starts with Navy. With the Seminole loss in the rear view mirror, the Irish look to regain their form on a path headed for a possible season ending playoff spot.
Irish Insights: Recruiting, Game Day And More
by Michael Borth on October 29, 2014
A new weekly series about the happenings of Notre Dame Football, from recruiting to this weeks game and more.
Notre Dame Football: Irish Fall, But Remain In The Hunt
by Michael Borth on October 19, 2014
A late touchdown reversed by a holding call upended the Irish path to an undefeated season. But in defeat, Notre Dame remains in contention for a final-four spot and may have enhanced their ranking with their performance.
Notre Dame Football: 5 Players Done For 2014
by Michael Borth on October 15, 2014
The saga of the "Frozen 5" has finally come to end as far as the 2014 season is concerned. 2 of the players suspended have likely played their last down at Notre Dame. 2 will return in 2015. 1 remains with some options. But for the program, it's business as usual for this weekend.
North Carolina at Notre Dame: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
by Michael Borth on October 12, 2014
Consensus heading into this game was Notre Dame would get caught looking ahead to Florida State. And many saw the heavily favored Irish establishing some sort of a running game. The Tar Heels established themselves early and turned a routine game for a favorite and top ranked team into anything but.
North Carolina at Notre Dame: 5 Things to Know
by Michael Borth on October 10, 2014
Pending academic rulings, a top ranked defense and a top 10 rating. Weather forecasted for Saturday is 55 degrees and sunny. All a recipe for an upset this weekend for the Fighting Irish.
Is Notre Dame Living 2012 All Over Again In 2014?
by Chris Alderson on October 9, 2014
The Fighting Irish experienced a magical ride to the national title game in 2012. Could they be remaking the magic yet again or is this fool's gold?
Notre Dame Football: Academic Case Coming To An End
by Michael Borth on October 7, 2014
For nearly 2 months, 5 players for the Fighting Irish have been withheld from football related activities while under investigation for infractions aligned with breaking university guidelines and possibly violating NCAA rules.
Stanford at Notre Dame: Five Things to Know
by Tony Fernandes on October 3, 2014
The annual clash between the 9th ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the 14th ranked Stanford Cardinal should set the tone for the rest of the season.
Notre Dame Football: Stanford Cardinal Preview
by Michael Borth on September 30, 2014
Rematch. Not exactly, but many will remember the 2012 game in South Bend and the goal line stand at games end by the Irish. Is there revenge in the air?