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  • By Steven Lassan, 1 day 10 hours ago

    Notre Dame and the ACC (and its 14 teams) have announced future dates for matchups until 2025.

    The Fighting Irish will play five ACC opponents most seasons, but there are some seasons with four or six matchups.

    Of note: Notre Dame won’t play Florida State again until 2018, while the Fighting Irish play at Clemson in 2015.



    1. Notre Dame at Virginia, 9/12

    2. Georgia Tech at Notre Dame, 9/19

    3. Notre Dame at Clemson, 10/3

    4. Notre Dame at Pitt, 11/7

    5. Wake Forest at Notre Dame, 11/14

    6. Notre Dame vs. Boston College (Fenway Park), 11/21



    1. Duke at Notre Dame, 9/24

    2. Notre Dame vs. Syracuse (MetLife Stadium), 10/1*

    3. Notre Dame at NC State, 10/8

    4. Miami at Notre Dame, 10/29

    5. Virginia Tech at Notre Dame, 11/19



    1. Notre Dame at Boston College, 9/16

    2. Notre Dame at North Carolina, 10/07

    3. NC State at Notre Dame, 10/28

    4. Wake Forest at Notre Dame, 11/04

    5. Notre Dame at Miami, 11/11



    1. Syracuse at Notre Dame, 9/22

    2. Notre Dame at Virginia Tech, 10/13

    3. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame, 10/20

    4. Florida State at Notre Dame, 11/10

    5. Notre Dame at Wake Forest, 11/17



    1. Notre Dame at Louisville, 9/2 (Labor Day)

    2. Virginia at Notre Dame, 9/28

    3. Notre Dame at Georgia Tech, 10/19

    4. Virginia Tech at Notre Dame, 11/02

    5. Notre Dame at Duke, 11/09

    6. Boston College at Notre Dame, 11/23



    1. Notre Dame at Wake Forest

    2. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

    3. Duke at Notre Dame

    4. Clemson at Notre Dame

    5. Louisville at Notre Dame



    1. Notre Dame at Florida State, 9/6 (Labor Day)

    2. Notre Dame at Virginia Tech

    3. North Carolina at Notre Dame

    4. Notre Dame at Virginia

    5. Georgia Tech at Notre Dame



    1. Notre Dame at North Carolina

    2. Notre Dame at Syracuse

    3. Boston College at Notre Dame

    4. Clemson at Notre Dame



    1. Notre Dame at NC State

    2. Notre Dame at Duke

    3. Notre Dame at Louisville

    4. Wake Forest at Notre Dame

    5. Notre Dame at Clemson

    6. Pittsburgh at Notre Dame



    1. Miami at Notre Dame

    2. Notre Dame at Georgia Tech

    3. Florida State at Notre Dame

    4. Virginia at Notre Dame



    1. Notre Dame at Miami

    2. NC State at Notre Dame

    3. Notre Dame at Boston College

    4. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

    5. Syracuse at Notre Dame


    * - Designated ‘home’ game for Syracuse

    @ - Designated ‘home’ game for Notre Dame

  • By Steven Lassan, 4 days 7 hours ago

    California has significantly improved in Sonny Dykes’ second year, and the offense behind quarterback Jared Goff is one of the best in the Pac-12.

    Goff and Chris Harper have developed a nice rapport over the last two years, and Harper kept California’s offense on track against UCLA by catching this ridiculous one-handed touchdown pass in the first half.

    Check out Harper’s touchdown catch from Week 8:



  • By Steven Lassan, 4 days 8 hours ago

    West Virginia shook up the Big 12 standings by defeating Baylor 41-27 on Saturday. The Mountaineers knocked off the Bears thanks to the prolific combination of quarterback Clint Trickett and receiver Kevin White.

    Trickett threw for 322 yards, while White caught eight passes for 132 yards and two scores.

    White has topped 100 receiving yards in every game this year and is clearly one of the nation’s top receivers.

    Check out the senior’s awesome one-handed grab to give West Virginia a 34-27 lead in the fourth quarter:


  • By Steven Lassan, 4 days 10 hours ago

    Quarterback Nick Montana and the Tulane coaching staff had a massive fail in the first half of Saturday’s game against UCF.

    The Green Wave were attempting to get a field goal before the end of the quarter, and with time winding down, Montana spiked the ball to give his team a chance for points. However, there's just one problem: Montana spiked the ball on fourth down, ending any hope Tulane had of getting points.

    Remember FAU doing this last year against Miami?

  • By Steven Lassan, 4 days 11 hours ago

    Running back Mike Davis helped to lead an easy win for South Carolina against Furman on Saturday, and the junior topped 100 yards and reached the endzone twice in the first half.

    Davis also delivered a highlight-reel run in the first half, which included a monster stiff arm to a Furman defender. 

  • By Steven Lassan, 6 days 17 hours ago

    Illinois has a new uniform design for 2014, but the Fighting Illini have unveiled a special look for the Oct. 25 game against Minnesota.

    The “gray ghost” uniforms are a tribute to Red Grange and the 1924 game against Michigan.

    Check out Illinois’ “gray ghost” uniforms for Oct. 25:

  • By Steven Lassan, 1 week 1 day ago

    The Oregon-Washington matchup on Saturday is one of the top games for Week 8. The Northwest rivalry has plenty of intrigue, and the Ducks plan to go retro with their uniforms on Saturday.

    Oregon is wearing throwback uniforms from 1994, which mark a critical moment in the program’s history. In 1994, cornerback Kenny Wheaton intercepted a pass from Washington quarterback Damon Huard and returned it for a touchdown, helping the Ducks reach the Rose Bowl.

    Here’s a look at Oregon’s retro uniforms for Saturday’s game:

  • By Steven Lassan, 1 week 4 days ago

     Texas linebacker Steve Edmond had a massive fail on his celebration attempt in Saturday’s game against Oklahoma.

    Instead of exchanging a high-five with defensive end Caleb Bluiett, Edmond slapped one his fellow defender in the face.

    Yes, that’s correct. Massive fail on Edmond’s part.


  • By Steven Lassan, 1 week 4 days ago

    Kentucky receiver Javess Blue led a huge effort from the Wildcats’ offense in Saturday’s 48-14 victory over ULM.

    Blue led the team with 108 receiving yards and two scores on just three catches.

    One of Blue’s catches was an awesome one-handed grab that is one of the top plays of Week 7:

  • By Steven Lassan, 1 week 4 days ago

    UCLA coach Jim Mora and defensive coordinator Jeff Ulbrich had a bit of a disagreement during the first half of Saturday’s game against Oregon, and the two coaches got into a heated discussion after a touchdown by the Ducks.

    Mora appeared to be upset with the defensive playcalling after an Oregon touchdown. And Ulbrich was not happy with the criticism, handing Mora the playsheet and taking off his headset.

    Ulbrich returned to his role on the next defensive series for UCLA, but you can bet this sideline disagreement will be a topic of conversation after the game.