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Chris Finke: Thinking Back on His Career at Notre Dame

Chris Finke: Thinking Back on His Career at Notre Dame

Author: Krienke, Kimani

Finke has had an impressive four years on the field. Even though he did not play his freshman year, he was still viewed as a valuable asset for the scout team. Throughout his four years on the field, Finke had eight touchdowns and 602 punt return yards, logging time on offense and special teams.

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Featured Performer: Ian Book

Featured Performer: Ian Book

Author: Daniel Paglia

There is no doubt that Notre Dame is better with Ian Book on the field, and with a new offense led by his position coach Tommy Rees, he might just have his best season yet. Next season’s outlook got a whole lot better; now it’s time to see what Book can do in his third year leading the offense.

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2019 Football Season Recap

2019 Football Season Recap

Author: Lee, Michael

It was another classic football season for Notre Dame, one that was filled with the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. While there was more than one blowout, there were also games that proved anxious and thrilling for Notre Dame fans. Although the Irish did not complete another undefeated season, they managed to secure a trip to the Camping World Bowl in Orlando and ultimately earned an 11-win season. 

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Louisville: Cardinals Crushed

Louisville: Cardinals Crushed

Author: Grant DelVecchio

Opening night proved that the Irish had the pieces and potential to make it back to the CFP. While some questions remained, as they do for nearly every team, Notre Dame played an excellent second half and handily beat a clearly new and improved Cardinals team.

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Column: Stars of the Irish Future

Column: Stars of the Irish Future

Author: Prasco, Joseph

With the defeat of Iowa State in the Camping World Bowl on Dec. 28, all eyes look ahead to the 2020 season for the Fighting Irish. While the last game of the season means the departure of many key players for the NFL, Notre Dame brings in a highly-touted recruiting class that will compete for minutes early.

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Linebackers: Holding the Line

Linebackers: Holding the Line

Author: Caroline Pineda

In 2018, Notre Dame’s College Football Playoff appearance was due in no small part to the linebackers who anchored its overwhelming defense. In 2019, their departure spelled uncertainty.

 

 

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Virginia: Irish Down Cavaliers

Virginia: Irish Down Cavaliers

Author: Mackenzie Sheil

Eager for a win following the heartbreaking 23-17 loss at Georgia the week prior, the No. 10 Notre Dame Fighting Irish gained some momentum with a decisive win over the visiting No. 15 Virginia Cavaliers.

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Georgia: Irish Fall Short

Georgia: Irish Fall Short

Author: Peter Baltes

It had all the makings of a revenge game. The No. 7 Notre Dame Fighting Irish would be facing the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs in a primetime matchup, the first meeting of the two since Notre Dame’s narrow 20-19 loss at home in 2017. Much like that game, this match was expected to have implications for the College Football Playoff.…

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New Mexico: Lobos Tamed

New Mexico: Lobos Tamed

Author: David Korzeniowski

The Irish welcomed the New Mexico Lobos to Notre Dame Stadium in week two of the college football season for the first-ever meeting between the two schools. With No. 3 Georgia looming in week three, No. 7 Notre Dame showed no signs of distraction and won handily 66-14.

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Culture Shift, Big Changes: Women's Basketball Preview
Men's and Women's Soccer Season Preview
By the Numbers

By the Numbers

Author: Sullivan, Benjamin

0: the number of losses the Irish hockey team has had in eight games this season, the first such undefeated start in franchise history in over 20 years.

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Featured Performer: Palmer Jackson

Featured Performer: Palmer Jackson

Author: Zaytoun, Martha

The men’s golf team entered the third and final round of the Quail Valley Collegiate Invitational neck and neck with the University of South Florida. The Irish had yet to secure their fourth top finish of the season when freshman Palmer Jackson walked onto the 18th green. With a birdie on the par 4, Jackson sealed the victory for the Irish, who posted a team score of 43-under-par, defeating USF by a single stroke. At 16-under-par, Jackson achieved his first individual top finish at Notre Dame. Of the five tournaments the team has participated in this season, Jackson placed in the top 10 of the field at three of them.…

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Notre Dame Football: A Short History of the Notre Dame-USC Rivalry
Swim and Dive Season Underway
A New Era for Irish Baseball
A Look at Irish in the NFL
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Featured Performer: Sydney Bent
Men's Hockey Season Preview
High Hopes for Notre Dame Golf
Defending Champs: Notre Dame Cross Country
Returning Home: Michaela Mabrey Joins Coaching
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Featured Performer: Eva Hurm
Volleyball Prepares for Conference Play
Women's Soccer Eyes NCAA Tournament

Women's Soccer Eyes NCAA Tournament

Author: Daniel Paglia

The Notre Dame women’s soccer team had high expectations last year, but a combination of youth and a difficult schedule led to a disappointing season that saw the Fighting Irish finish 8-10 overall, 4-6 in the ACC and without a post-season appearance.

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