Fiesta Bowl: Notre Dame Collapses, 37-35

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Cowboys Storm Back, Claim Fiesta Bowl The 2021 Fiesta Bowl was a tale of two halves on Saturday. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish came out firing in their first game under head coach Marcus Freeman. An early surge put the Irish up 28-7 with 1:16 to play in the first half. However, Oklahoma State scored […] READ MORE


Ty Chan Seals Commitment With Notre Dame

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A long-time Notre Dame commit, Ty Chan made things official by signing early with the Fighting Irish. Chan verbally committed to the Irish over a year ago on December 10, 2020.  The Irish dipped into the New England ranks for Chan, nabbing the top overall prospect from Massachusetts. He’s also the 14th-ranked offensive tackle and […] READ MORE


Aamil Wagner Complete Surprise, Signs Early With Irish

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Notre Dame earned one of their more surprising commitments in 2022 offensive tackle Aamil Wagner. However, the Dayton, Ohio product made it official, putting pen to paper during the Early Signing Period. Wagner’s commitment gives the Irish three of the top-15 tackles in the class.  Wagner’s commitment came as a huge surprise. A four-star and […] READ MORE


Replacing Avery Davis a Tall Task For Irish Offense

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For Notre Dame, replacing Avery Davis is a tall task. The fifth-year wide receiver for Notre Dame has been the most consistent member at that position group for the Irish. He and sophomore tight end Michael Mayer were the biggest returning weapons in the passing game in 2021. With four touchdowns and 27 receptions, Davis […] READ MORE


Three Notre Dame Weaknesses Shine In Toledo Escape Act

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It’s easy to overreact to Week 1, but after consecutive heartstopping victories, three Notre Dame weaknesses have clearly emerged. If the Irish are to start winning games with any level of comfort – or even consider surviving their midseason gauntlet of a schedule – these weaknesses must be addressed and improved upon. It felt like […] READ MORE


How Must Notre Dame Improve Versus Toledo?

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After a wild season opener, the question has to be asked: “Where can Notre Dame improve?”  It was a far cry from a perfect effort in the Irish’s 41-38 overtime victory over Florida State. From the offense stalling out in the fourth quarter, to a late defensive meltdown, there were plenty of questions. Against Toledo, […] READ MORE