Notre Dame Fighting Irish
There is an abundance of great college football action Saturday, and we will be one step closer to figuring out who will play in this season’s big bowl games.
The newest AP college football poll with a new number one — it’s Notre Dame.
The Notre Dame Irish are moving to No.1 — and aren’t a fluke.
Notre Dame are ready to write a new chapter in their illustrious history.
Huskies rallied to get the game into overtime Sunday night before Big East rival Notre Dame pulled away for an 83-75 victory.
On Saturday, they held No. 20 Notre Dame to its worst game of the season from beyond the arc and it meant a 61-58 victory, their first of the season in 11 games against a ranked team.
Notre Dame continued its impressive run through the Big East, beating another ranked opponent and sending No. 24 Connecticut to its third straight loss.
Always fun when Michigan and Notre Dame square off in anything. This weekend it is on the ice and the Saturday night game will be shown nationally on the CBS Sports Network.
Heisman winner Robert Griffin III of Baylor will be in action against Washington in the Alamo Bowl.
If you’re a quarterback who has yet to make a single collegiate start, you ideally wouldn’t want that first start to come on the road against the number one team in the land. However, Clint Moseley finds himself in that position as Auburn’s starter.
Florida State (23-10) now faces upstart Virginia Commonwealth in the Southwest regional semifinals Friday in San Antonio.
Fourth-ranked Notre Dame dismantled one of the nation’s best defenses Thursday night in an 89-51 quarterfinal rout of No. 25 Cincinnati in the Big East tournament.
Eight days after a 15-point loss at Notre Dame, St. John’s beat the Irish 72-54 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
Notre Dame beat St. John’s 76-61 on Saturday night, ending the Red Storm’s five-game winning streak and handing them their first Big East loss.
Kris Joseph had 18 points, Scoop Jardine had 15 points and nine assists, and fifth-ranked Syracuse beat No. 15 Notre Dame 70-58 on Saturday.