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South Bend Tribune – Notre Dame women’s basketball: No. 2 Irish overwhelm No. 13 Rutgers

PISCATAWAY, N.J. — Just how balanced is the No. 2-ranked Notre Dame women’s basketball team?

 
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South Bend Tribune – Notre Dame football recruiting: Class prodigy Kiel knows to expect the unexpected

The goalposts Gunner Kiel’s grandparents built in their back yard decades ago are still a fixture on rural South Jonesville Road in Columbus, Ind., if nothing else serving as a reminder of how ingrained football is in the family culture.

 
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South Bend Tribune – Notre Dame football recruiting: Exploring the value of recruiting ‘stars’

No mathematical formula takes into consideration two fumbles on the 1-yard line that are returned the other way for a touchdown.

 
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South Bend Tribune – Notre Dame football recruiting: Primary goal for Irish addressed

At last year’s Signing Day press conference, before he narrated the highlight tapes of each of his 23 signees, Brian Kelly allowed a peek into the next recruiting cycle, the one that culminates today.

 
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Chicago Breaking Sports – Scholarship snap decision for Daly

When Irish offered, Downers Grove South long snapper didn’t think twice

As it was fifth-grade football, no one was sure who could snap the ball with even moderate aptitude. So there would be a mini-tryout. And Scott Daly, playing the game for the first time, put his hand up to hunch over.



 
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Irish Illustrated – In the film room…Su’a Cravens

Combo strong safety/outside linebacker has skills, physical development well beyond his years.

 
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Inside the Irish – Plans for Signing Day: Non-stop coverage

After following the recruitment of a few hundred prospective student-athletes, we’re finally able to see who’ll be wearing a Notre Dame uniform next fall. It’s been a long and winding road, but as of tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. ET, the Irish will start officially accepting letters-of-intent, and making official a recruiting class that’s been…

 
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Irish Sports Daily – In the Film Room: C.J. Prosise

After signing just one safety in the Class of 2011, the Notre Dame coaching staff needed to add quality and depth to the safety position with the Class of 2012. Notre Dame will sign four safeties in this class, and Virginia standout C.

 
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Irish Sports Daily – Harrell Brings Versatility, Desire

Most recruiting services rank Notre Dame offensive line commit Mark Harrell as a three-star prospect, but that doesn’t mean much to Harrell, one of his coaches and certainly not to the 20 or so schools that offered the Charlotte, N.C.

 
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Inside the Irish – The Commits: Secondary

Part six of our series recapping the recruits ready to sign letters-of-intent with Notre Dame next Wednesday. (Or already on campus.) Previous installments include the running backs, offensive line, wide receivers, quarterbacks, and the front seven. Taking a look at Notre Dame’s 2011 depth chart, it’s pretty clear that the Irish secondary needs reinforcements. Gone are Harrison Smith, Gary…

 
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