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Eyes on the Ice: A Dramatic Mid-Season for Irish Hockey
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Author: Lee, Michael

During the 2018 regular football season, the Notre Dame football team did not lose any games. A significant achievement, given that the football program has not had an undefeated, unvacated season since 1988.

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VA Tech: Irish Secure Win in Hostile Lane Stadium

VA Tech: Irish Secure Win in Hostile Lane Stadium

Author: McFadden, Charlie

One week after a dominant home victory against then-No. 7 Stanford, the Irish traveled to Blacksburg, Virginia, to take on Virginia Tech. The game marked the first true road test for Notre Dame, as the hostile crowd at Lane Stadium is notorious for disrupting visiting opponents, especially after dark.…

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2019 Preview

2019 Preview

Author: John Horlander

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will begin their 2019 season on the road for the first time since 2016, when the Irish took on Texas in Austin. The Irish will travel to Kentucky for a Labor Day showdown with the Louisville Cardinals. Louisville finished the 2018 season 2-10, firing its head coach Bobby Petrino in the middle of the season along with defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder, who was last fired from Notre Dame in 2016.…

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Ball State: Survive and Advance
2019 Preview

2019 Preview

Author: John Horlander

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will begin their 2019 season on the road for the first time since 2016, when the Irish took on Texas in Austin.

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Video Board Blends Progress and Tradition

Video Board Blends Progress and Tradition

Author: Peterson, Alina

From Fighting Irish replays to screenings of “Rudy” for the annual Flick on the Field event, Notre Dame Stadium’s spectacular video board — which measures 54.1 feet high and 95.5 feet wide — exemplifies the school’s strides toward embracing the future and advancements in technology.

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Cotton Bowl: Outmatched
2019 Draft Preview

2019 Draft Preview

Author: Grant DelVecchio

Before the 2018 college football season, it was clear that some of Notre Dame’s dominant upperclassmen would be lucky enough to hear their names called in April at the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville.

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USC: Irish Rise to Defeat Trojans
Shamrock Series: ND Takes NYC

Shamrock Series: ND Takes NYC

Author: Mary Kate O'Leary

From Saint Patrick’s Cathedral to the “Today Show,” Rockefeller Center to the billboards at every subway stop, in New York City the weekend before Thanksgiving, you could barely walk three blocks without seeing Notre Dame in some way, shape, or form.

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Michigan: Irish Hold Off Wolverines in Season Opener
Florida State: Green Machine
Northwestern: Home Away From Home
Navy: California Crusin'
2019 Recruits Look to Add to Notre Dame’s Playoff Potential
Pitt: Staying Alive
Stanford: Dominance
Wake Forest: Resurgence
Vanderbilt: Survive and Advance Part Two
Syracuse: Orange Crushed
Culture Shift, Big Changes: Men’s Cross Country 2018 ACC Title
Notre Dame Hockey: Runners-Up Seek Revenge
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Featured Performer: Brianna Turner
Men's Soccer: Season Recap and Tournament Preview
Men’s and Women’s Swim Teams Start Strong
Silverio Leads Women’s Tennis

Silverio Leads Women’s Tennis

Author: Mackenzie Sheil

Following the retirement of women’s tennis head coach Jay Louderback, who led the Irish from an emergent program to one with 24 NCAA championship bids and 28 All-American honors, Notre Dame searched for a leader who would build upon his legacy. The Irish found one in Alison Silverio.

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Back to Back? Women’s Basketball Preview

Back to Back? Women’s Basketball Preview

Author: Daniel Paglia

The Notre Dame women’s basketball team was not supposed to win a national championship last year, but they did. With only seven scholarship players available for the tournament due to the many injuries the Irish faced during the regular season, Muffet McGraw added to her impressive resume by leading the Fighting Irish to the title. Oh, and Arike Ogunbowale happened.…

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