Irish, Hawkeyes To Meet In ACC-B1G Challenge
Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
Notre Dame and Iowa have played twice before, both in Iowa City, with the Fighting Irish winning both prior games against the Hawkeyes. The teams last met on March 26, 2013 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena, with Notre Dame earning a 74-57 victory over Iowa in ...
Notre Dame Football: 5 Toughest QBs Fighting Irish Will Face in 2016
The 2016 season will feature a few matchups against tough quarterbacks, but the upcoming slate is actually quite favorable for Notre Dame. Uncertainty highlights a majority of the Fighting Irish's upcoming opponents. Michigan State, North Carolina ...
Ranking the nation's top 10 QB battles
Leader: Kizer. A few weeks back, the Notre Dame quarterback situation was ranked the best in all of college football. Some coaches say the Irish's No. 3, redshirt freshman Brandon Wimbush, is a better prospect than the No. 1 QB on many Power 5 rosters.
Phil Jurkovec Commits To Notre Dame Fighting Irish
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish got on the 2018 recruiting board on Monday in a big way when Phil Jurkovec committed. Brian Kelly couldn't have asked for a better way to kick off the 2018 recruiting class. One of the top quarterbacks in the nation, Phil ...
The great equalizer: Brickelle Bro finds her niche at Stanford
The Stanford Daily
Brickelle's legs are prosthetics – metal poles stuck to skin-colored feet crafted from plastic and carbon fiber. If you accidentally drop them on the floor of the Olympic training center, the rubber feet make them bounce higher than you, according to ...
Stanford renegotiates land use agreements
The Stanford Daily
The University's land use is governed by two documents: a General Use Permit (GUP) and a Community Plan. The GUP has been in place since 2000. Catherine Palter, associate vice president for land use, explained the permit was necessary for Stanford's ...
The Biggest Question Mark For Stanford Heading Into 2016
Rule Of Tree
The last time there was this much uncertainty on the offensive line was heading into the 2014 season, when Stanford had to replace three starters on the offensive front. Even though David Shaw called the unit the "most talented offensive line" he had ...
Ducks Fall in Game One at Stanford
STANFORD, Calif. – Oregon got another good start from Cole Irvin, but the Ducks' offense struggled scoring just one run on three hits as Stanford won game one of the Pac-12 series, 2-1, on Thursday night at Sunken Diamond. How it happened: After both ...