Tuesday's prep girls basketball: Notre Dame holds on to hand Richwoods first loss


A big second quarter helped host Notre Dame build a lead, and the Irish held on Tuesday to record a 62-58 Mid-State 6 girls basketball upset over state ranked and previously unbeaten Richwoods. "It's the biggest win since I've been here," said five-year Notre Dame coach Ron Carrothers, whose team was coming off a nine-point loss Monday night...


The most visted Church in the World is 850 years old today!


How would you look if you were 850 years old today? Would you be tall and graceful, or short and pugnacious? Or maybe just mummified and dusty. In any event, many of us wouldn't be as fresh as the most famous church in the world, ' Notre Dame of Paris '. Also know as Notre Dame Cathedral, many French Kings were married and a few baptized here.


Notre Dame pulverizes No. 8 Sooners


Landry Jones and No. 8 Oklahoma couldn't have been on a much bigger roll offensively, right up until they ran into Notre Dame's defense. Everett Golson threw for 177 yards and plunged in for the decisive 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter, Manti Te'o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception and No.


Notre Dame lands second-ranked RB recruit


Greg Bryant (Delray Beach, Fla./American Heritage), the No. 2 running back in the ESPN 150, committed to Notre Dame at the end of his official visit on campus Sunday, according to his father, Greg Bryant Sr. More on Notre Dame football Everything Notre Dame football, from recruiting to news to game coverage, is available from ESPN.


Notre Dame Football's Resurgence Ranks School Atop Rivals In Merchandise Sales


After beating Stanford in overtime by a score of 20-13, Notre Dame is 6-0 and ranked 5th in both the AP poll and BCS standings. It is the highest Notre Dame has been ranked since 2002, but many critics believe the Fighting Irish's record is deceptive; on offense, Notre Dame ranks 87th in the FBS in passing yards per game and 46th in average...


You: Notre Dame Football: Irish's Offense Will Get Back on Track vs. Oklahoma


Notre Dame Football: Irish's Offense Will Get Back on Track vs. Oklahoma By (Featured Columnist) on October 20, 2012 76 reads Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images Notre Dame improved to a perfect 7-0 with a 17-14 win over BYU on Saturday, and while this is the Irish's best start in a decade, it cannot hide the fact that the offense has been struggling.


Alabama Football: What Crimson Tide Must Do to Avoid Upset by Fighting Irish


The Alabama Crimson Tide might be favored to beat the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the BCS National Championship Game, but it's not going to come easy. Some might be dismissing Notre Dame as a far weaker team in comparison to Alabama. But they're clearly a very good team considering they've gotten through their season unbeaten.


Notre Dame vs. Oklahoma: Sooners Explosive Offense Will Be Too Much for Irish D


Something has to give on Saturday when the immovable meets the unstoppable. Notre Dame: 9.4 points allowed/game (2nd in FBS). Oklahoma: 44.7 points/game (5th in FBS) #NDvsOU youtu.be/S8uQbhhhV8A - ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) October 24, 2012 When the final whistle blows, it will be No. 5 Notre Dame's stifling defense that budges, as the Irish...


Notre Dame worthy of championship talks


Eyeing national respect, Notre Dame gets a key road win at Oklahoma Posted by Ben Kercheval on October 28, 2012, 12:03 AM EDT Getty Images Earlier this week, Berry Tramel of the Daily Oklahoman wrote that Notre Dame's famous "PLAY LIKE A CHAMPION TODAY" sign may have originated from former Oklahoma coach Bud Wilkinson in the late 1940′s.


That Was Then, This Is Now: 90 Years of WeHaKee! Notre Dame & Camp Rockne!


For those of you who might follow college football, you probably have noted the special and remarkable season the Notre Dame football team has so far experienced this fall. At the onset of the 2012 college football season, very few ever expected the Fighting Irish to end their season in the national championship game - but that is exactly what...