SI Article on the Rudy score

Interesting story on the man who scored two of my all-time favorite movies. The next time an OU fan gives you grief about the PLACT sign feel free to drop this quote on them: For a stretch in the early 2000s, Oklahoma football was using "The Final Game," the track played during Rudy’s climactic scene, as its entrance music.

Irish Chocolate Messing Around

Louis Nix III having a little fun with the media discussing playing his last game at ND or maybe not. Not to mention the black jerseys. Keep having fun Lou.

Northwestern Rolls Out 'Bloodstained' Uniforms for Veterans Day Weekend

SWEET BABY JESUS HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN?! How does no one look at a pretty bad one-off uniform and say "Hey, lets add some blood streaks all over the thing"? So for everyone who thinks the Shamrock Series uniforms are unimaginably bad, they could always be worse.

Everett Golson speaks to SI's Andy Staples.

Everett Golson granted an interview to SI's Andy Staples. SI released a small snippet and a video with Golson today. He is shown working with QB guru George Whitfield Jr. in San Diego and admits to poor academic judgement in a testing scenario. As an ND fan, it is great to see Golson's commitment to making himself a better athlete and a better student upon his return this January.

Notre Dame vs. Air Force in photos

He are some photos taken from Notre Dame vs. Air Force.

Irish Chocolate out for the Air Force game - Christian Lombard out for the rest of the year.

Looks like those cheap shots from USC had some effect. One of my old roommates was at the game and he said, when Nix got blindsided during the 2nd half (the play that took him out of the game for a few plays), the USC bench erupted in glee. On the plus side, he said that, during the 2nd half, he could hear some of the D-backs' hits up in the nosebleed seats.

Get to Know OFD's New (& Old) Writers

One Foot Down now has 16 writers on staff. Read about some of the new people who have joined our site since we last updated this page!

MSU Game Answers Whether Notre Dame is Evolving or Devolving

This weekend is a huge moment for Notre Dame and Brian Kelly in 2013 and beyond. Are the Irish headed back to the BK era of 2010 and 2011, when they sputtered in the big games (Michigan, USC, Stanford), got behind early, and gave up big plays? Or will this team come together against MSU and beyond by proving they’re more like 2012: making plays in big games, tackling in the open field, catching a few breaks, and finding ways to win? DarkSideofGreen breaks down the four keys to the Irish keeping pace with the 2012 squad and avoiding another disappointing season.

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