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Notre Dame Football: How the Irish Can Survive Without Tarean Folston

Search. Search.. Week 1 college football · College Football Because it's Week 1, no one appears to be really good except for Notre Dame, and I can't stomach that thought until after lunch. So please, Ohio State, be as 

Simon booted the opening kickoff in Notre Dame's 48-21 win over Evanston on Friday, Sept. 4, right at Wildkits senior Tray Banks. The ball bounced in front of the Miami (Ohio) recruit, however, and went to his right. The ball continued to roll as Banks

I see that Tyrone Swoopes completed less than a third of his passes (7 of 22), failed to eclipse 100-yards passing (93) (which is a bit of a challenge in itself in this day in age of football where passing the ball is a frequent occurrence), and he did not get into the end zone at all Because based on the yards allowed on the ground and the lack of any sacks what so ever by that group, it sounds like they were getting pushed around at will by the Notre Dame offensive line.

Texas at Notre Dame -9: I have no confidence in an offense on a team coached by Charlie Strong. His best ever ranked 18th at Louisville, and that was with Teddy Bridgewater. I am high on Notre Dame even after the loss of 

Texas at Notre Dame -9: I have no confidence in an offense on a team coached by Charlie Strong. His best ever ranked 18th at Louisville, and that was with Teddy Bridgewater. I am high on Notre Dame even after the loss of 

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RB Tarean Folston's injury increases pressure on Notre Dame's Malik Zaire

Simon booted the opening kickoff in Notre Dame's 48-21 win over Evanston on Friday, Sept. 4, right at Wildkits senior Tray Banks. The ball bounced in front of the Miami (Ohio) recruit, however, and went to his right. The ball continued to roll as Banks

"It was 38-3, but I still say we're a better football team than that," said a dejected Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong following the team's third straight blowout loss, this time a complete and total 38-3 destruction at the 

When University of Notre Dame legend Walt Patulski revisits the countless highs and one unbearable low of the memorable 1970 football season, he's overcome with equal parts pride and punishment. The pride comes from recollections of an Irish team that 

"It was 38-3, but I still say we're a better football team than that," said a dejected Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong following the team's third straight blowout loss, this time a complete and total 38-3 destruction at the 

Search. Search.. Wake Up, College Football · College Football · Videos. Texas A&M, Notre Dame highlight awesome, unexpected week 1. By Dan Rubenstein, Ryan Nanni, and SBN Studios on Sep 6, 2015, 3:15a 5 

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Notre Dame's rout of Texas confirms Irish are better with Malik Zaire at QB

Simon booted the opening kickoff in Notre Dame's 48-21 win over Evanston on Friday, Sept. 4, right at Wildkits senior Tray Banks. The ball bounced in front of the Miami (Ohio) recruit, however, and went to his right. The ball continued to roll as Banks

1. Ohio State. No, they haven't even played yet, but after watching every other team, it's comforting to think one team is really, really good. Because it's Week 1, no one appears to be really good except for Notre Dame, and I 

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — For one spring only, Ronnie Stanley was a football player who also played basketball who also moonlighted as a volleyball player. Several members of the Bishop Gorman (Nev.) High hoops squad decided to give bumps and sets a try 

Search. Search.. Wake Up, College Football · College Football · Videos. Texas A&M, Notre Dame highlight awesome, unexpected week 1. By Dan Rubenstein, Ryan Nanni, and SBN Studios on Sep 6, 2015, 3:15a + 

1. Ohio State. No, they haven't even played yet, but after watching every other team, it's comforting to think one team is really, really good. Because it's Week 1, no one appears to be really good except for Notre Dame, and I 

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Posted by - September 6, 2015 at 6:45 pm

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Three and out: Malik Zaire impressive as Notre Dame blows out Texas

Moose had played football and basketball at Notre Dame and he was a “players and coaches” athletic director, unlike the MBA types that now inhabit most athletic directors offices in America. Ara had had quite enough of the 

The most distinctive trait of the person who becomes the Notre Dame leprechaun mascot is not the ability to leap, tumble, scream, orate or mug for the camera. The leprechaun also does not need to look like a traditional leprechaun, although the current 

Notre Dame running back Tarean Folston will have an MRI after suffering a knee injury early in Saturday's blowout win over Texas. Fighting Irish head coach Brian Kelly made the announcement after Notre Dame's 38-3 victory. Folston, the starting

As Notre Dame prepares to kick off its 2015 season against Texas, it's hard to imagine they will be one of those teams because this year's Fighting Irish are built to win NOW. Much has been written about all of the talent and 

Texas at Notre Dame -9: I have no confidence in an offense on a team coached by Charlie Strong. His best ever ranked 18th at Louisville, and that was with Teddy Bridgewater. I am high on Notre Dame even after the loss of 

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Notre Dame Football Finds New Offensive Identity in Bowl Victory

Regis Philbin is sad. And he's sad because Notre Dame sucked this season. The ND alum — and legendary superfan — was expressing his…

"We're thrilled with the opportunity to face LSU — one of the preeminent programs in all of college football," said UND head coach Brian Kelly. "When we worked with the ACC to fashion our agreement, part of the attraction for Notre Dame was the

Golson, who was the starter on the Notre Dame team that lost in the BCS title game at the end of the 2012 season, started all 12 games for the 7-5 Fighting Irish this season, his first season back since missing the 2013 campaign because of an academic 

09/27/14, vs. Syracuse TV, East Rutherford, N.J. (MetLife Stadium), W, 31-15. 10/04/14, vs. Stanford TV, Notre Dame, Ind. W, 17-14. 10/11/14, vs. North Carolina TV, Notre Dame, Ind. W, 50-43. 10/18/14, at Florida State TV, Tallahassee, Fla.

Golson earned the right to start by leading Notre Dame to the BCS National Championship Game in 2012—even though he missed the following season with an academic suspension—but Zaire is the better runner and has made great use of his time the past 

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