With a win on Saturday at bumbling Stanford, Notre Dame will clinch their fifth 10-win season (including vacated seasons) under Brian Kelly.
Brian Kelly is now 8-2 at Notre Dame against Navy during his tenure and 8-2 with this year’s Irish. Up next: the battle for the Ireland Trophy against a perennial thorn in the side of the Irish over the years with their NY6 hopes still alive.
The Irish fall in Purcell Pavilion for just the fourth time in the last 114 games on Monday night.
After improving to 7-2 this past weekend with a comfortable 31-point win over Duke, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly and the Irish move forward into one of the toughest weeks on the schedule. It’s Navy Week.
Notre Dame Football: Brian Kelly addresses some injury issues following the Virginia Tech victory to kick off Duke Week
Following a win that probably felt like another loss to many Irish fans across the globe, Brian Kelly stepped to the podium once more for his usual Monday slot with reporters to discuss another ACC foe: Duke.
Well, where do the Irish go from here? After Saturday night’s 45-14 humiliating defeat at the hands of Michigan, Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly addressed reporters on the quarterback situation, finding an identity again and holding everyone accountable, along with some Hokies talk.
Ah, yes. One of the most wonderful weeks of Notre Dame’s calendar is here. It’s Michigan Week for football. Hashtag: Remember the Six.
The younger sister of 2018 national champ Kathryn Westbeld has committed to Muffet McGraw and the Irish for the 2020 class.
Taking a cue from former Notre Dame great Quenton Nelson and the Indianapolis Colts, the Irish defeated USC on Saturday night because they were able to run the football effectively for what felt like the first time all season.
Notre Dame Football: Brian Kelly opens USC Week with a weekly presser on the Trojans offense, the secondary, Jafar Armstrong and more
Folks, it’s officially SC Week. If you have a green 49-14 shirt, I suggest wearing it all week. Just make sure you wash it at some point.