No game means more to Notre Dame fans than the annual battle with USC. As we finish our post-spring viewing of the Irish's 2014 opponents, let's take a closer look at college football's greatest intersectional rivalry.
For all the thousands of words dedicated to Everett Golson's comeback, few have talked about the fact that he's still very much a quarterback in progress. Our next stop on Irish A-to-Z looks at the most important player in the program.
Notre Dame may have missed out on Jashon Cornell and Justin Hilliard on Wednesday, but they won the commitment of jumbo receiver Miles Boykin. The Illinois native chose Notre Dame over Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State, Florida and a slew of other offers.
Notre Dame ended up bridesmaids in their recruitment of Jashon Cornell and Justin Hilliard, two elite defensive prospects in the Midwest. The defensive end and linebacker made joint announcements, both deciding to attend Ohio State and play for Urban Meyer.
While most people expected a freshman running back to burst onto the scene in 2013, few thought it'd be Tarean Folston. Our next installment of Irish A-to-Z takes a look at a potential star-in-the-making.
After stepping into a key role during 2012, many expected Matthias Farley to be the next big thing at safety for the Irish. But an up-and-down season in 2013 has Farley changing positions again, heading to cornerback. Our latest in the Irish A-to-Z.
Conference realignment reached a fever pitch a few years ago and it caused great headaches for fans and coaches across the nation. The dollars and “sense” of conference realignment blazed a path through college football for a few years following the turn of the century, however,...