Posts in category "Notre Dame Basketball"

A Quick Overview of Akron

Akron Center Zeke Marshall (left) shown blocking a shot in a 66-58 loss at Minnesota on December 15. Will this be the year Mike Brey and the Fighting Irish can find their way back to the Final Four?  We’ll know in the next three weeks but in order to do so the Irish will have... Read more »

Home Cookin' For Fighting Irish

Although the Irish didn’t get their first #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament since 1979, they did get the gift of being able to play their first two games at the United Center in Chicago, just 96.2 miles from the Joyce Center.  The Irish will play on Friday and potentially Sunday in Chicago. If they... Read more »

Luke Harangody Drafted by Boston Celtics

One of the most heralded players in Notre Dame basketball history is headed to one of the most storied teams in all of professional sports:  Luke Harangody has been drafted by the Boston Celtics. The Celtics selected the 2007-08 Big East Player of the Year with the 52nd overall pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft. ... Read more »
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Notre Dame Basketball: Mike Brey Rumors Swirling

Rumors have been flying around South Bend today as word around campus is that Mike Brey is on the verge of being forced to resign as Notre Dame’s head basketball coach, the reason being Brey breaking the university’s code of conduct. Obviously nothing official is announced yet but I’ll be tracking things as they progress... Read more »

On to the Elite Eight

By: Nick ShepkowskiChicagonow.com and 670 The Score Ricky Watters Dashes to the Elite Eight! The March Madness themed tournament to find Notre Dame’s best football player of the past 25 years has reached the Elite Eight.  All four #1 seeds have moved on to the elite eight but only one #2 seed remains in Rocket... Read more »

Notre Dame vs. Old Dominion - Round 1 Live Blog!

1:59 PM – Got out of work, came home and here are my final thoughts on today’s game: Notre Dame held an edge in rebounds throughout the duration of the game, the only reason they held the lead for as long as they did.  The tell-all stat is 6/26.  That’s the Irish from 3-point range... Read more »
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