Clemson, SC will host ESPN’s College GameDay for the fourth time on October 3, 2015 with a top-12 matchup of Clemson and Notre Dame. Each team is undefeated coming into this hotly anticipated game.
Meet the brand-new quarterback who will save Notre Dame’s season on the gridiron. Or at least try to.
Malik Zaire and No. 9 Notre Dame look to continue their offensive onslaught against Virginia, who looked outmatched last week against UCLA.
Welcome to a new era of Notre Dame football. The Ohio native made his first start in the last game of 2014 and now he’s ready to lead the Fighting Irish.
The Notre Dame standout made waves with his smooth jumpshot & now he’s looking to make waves by being drafted again; in his second sport.
Notre Dame made a major turnaround from last year. And one Fighting Irish player turning heads and making a difference is senior Jerian Grant. Get to the know the 6-foot-5 guard.
In a Round of 64 game in the Midwest Region the No. 3 seed ACC Champion Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeated the No. 14 seed Northeastern Huskies.
North Carolina and Notre Dame knocked off the biggest dogs in the ACC to set up their meeting in the conference tournament title game. Find out how to watch online here.
Virginia lost the regular-season finale, but won the ACC crown. Can the Cavaliers repeat as conference tournament champs? Get the tournament info here.
In a battle of two top 25 teams, the No. 13 Notre Dame Fighting Irish visit Chapel Hill to take on the No. 18 North Carolina Tar Heels.
Notre Dame’s hot start turned into an ice cold finish. Can the Irish find some luck and end their 4-game losing skid with a Music City Bowl win over LSU? Find out here.
Some schools are known for their academics, some are known for their parties, and others, like Wisconsin, are known for producing excellent football players.
Jack Mitchell’s 45-yard field goal with 19 seconds left tied the game and forced overtime, then his 41-yarder gave Northwestern a 43-40 comeback win over Notre Dame on Saturday.
Have you had enough of Jameis Winston yet? Well he’ll be on national TV again Saturday night so you might want to tune in when Florida State hosts Notre Dame.
Manti Te’o knew what the real deal was but stuck to the false script anyway.