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Rice vs. Notre Dame: Game Grades, Analysis for Fighting Irish

Everett Golson had 600 days off between games. Instead of spending a week shaking off the rust, he stepped onto the field at Notre Dame Stadium in Week 1 and instantly looked to be in midseason form. The Fighting Irish easily dispatched the Rice Owls, 48-17, on Saturday. Show More Summary

Rice vs. Notre Dame: Score and Twitter Reaction

Everett Golson picked up where he left off—scoring big touchdowns with his arm and his feet and leading Notre Dame to victory. The 17th-ranked Fighting Irish resumed the Golson era with a bang on Saturday night, topping the Rice Owls...Show More Summary

Is Notre Dame a Top Ten Team?

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish came out with a 48-17 win over the Rice Owls in Week 1 of the 2014 season. Everett Golson made his return to the field firing on all cylinders. Bleacher Report's College Football Analysts Michael Felder and Adam Kramer discuss how good this team really is. Show More Summary


A 2-alarm fire broke out in the duct work in the kitchen of Connolly's Irish Pub on W 45th Street near Times Square - home to many Fighting Irish of Notre Dame football fans. In fact, it happened during half-time. The bar packed with people enjoying the game. Show More Summary

Golson Leads No. 17 Irish to 48-17 Win Over Rice

Everett Golson threw touchdown passes of 75 and 53 yards and ran for three more scores in his return after missing the 2013 season for academic impropriety, leading No. 17 Notre Dame to a 48-17 victory over Rice on Saturday.

Truthdigger of the Week: Patrick Cockburn

5 hours agoNews : Truthdig

The Irish reporter has written the definitive primer on the most ferocious and ambitious new pretenders to power in the Middle East: the Islamic State.

Meet Dewi the Dragon, awesome guardian of Harlech Castle located...

Meet Dewi the Dragon, awesome guardian of Harlech Castle located in Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales. Classed by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, the castle is a medieval fortification built atop a spur rock beside the Irish Sea by Edward I during his invasion of Wales between 1282 and 1289. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Game Day: Irish lead 14-7 after first quarter

7 hours agoSports : RosenBlog

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Everett Golson shook off some initial rust but put Notre Dame on the board with an 11-yard touchdown run as the Irish lead Rice 14-7 after the first quarter. 

Pre-game parachutist misses Dublin stadium, lands on train tracks

11 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

Central Florida lost a heart-breaker to Penn State, 26-24, on a last-second field goal in the Croke Park Classic. But the Knights should have known the luck of the Irish would not be on their side, as the game in Dublin began with an decidedly ominous sign for them. Organizers had arranged for a pair of parachutists to […]

The Gangsters Who Ruled Hell’s Kitchen

16 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Once upon a time in Hell’s Kitchen, Irish gangsters ruled.

How to watch Rice vs. Notre Dame: Preview, TV schedule, odds, more

Can the Irish overcome a tumultuous end to their offseason and start the season on the right track? It's Act II for Brian Kelly at Notre Dame, with brand new coordinators and new-again quarterback Everett Golson returned from a year-long suspension. Show More Summary

Saturday Morning Open Thread: Silly Season, Still

@jbarro This color — John Tabin (@johntabin) August 29, 2014 As my Irish granny once said of a similar jacket, “it’s a cowhide wrapped round a boar-pig.” Shut up, Pete King, you idiot bogtrotter: PresidentShow More Summary

Senate hopeful defends role in Irish firm's merger

yesterdayNews : The Newsroom

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Years before Burger King sized up a Canadian headquarters in a hunt for lower taxes, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike McFadden's investment firm was involved in a merger that moved an American pharmaceutical company to Ireland and significantly dropped its tax rate.

Fox Buys Detective Drama Based On Australian Miniseries ‘Jack Irish

Fox is taking a spin on the crime drama genre with Jack Irish, an adaptation of the 2012 Australian mini-series starring Guy Pearce, which in turn was based on the detective novels by Peter Temple. (watch a trailer for the mini below.)...Show More Summary

‘Two Subwoofers’, An Irish Wolfhound Wears A Pair of Dachshunds On Either Side of a Saddle Bag

yesterdayOdd : Laughing Squid

Dutch dog breeder Ida Verveen captured this wonderful picture of a tall Irish Wolfhound wearing a pair of tiny dachshunds who are packed on either side of a doggie saddlebag. The photo is quite aptly named “Two Subwoofers“. photo by Ida Verveen via Teckelwereld, Dachshund Parade, Tastefully Offensive

Róisín Murphy Says Her New Album Is “Like Nothing You’ve Ever Heard Before”

While the wait continues for Róisín Murphy‘s long, long, long awaited forthcoming LP, the Irish avant-garde pop songstress just provided a teensy hint of what’s to come on Instagram this week — not that it makes the wait any easier, of course. The “Let Me Know” chanteuse, who’s been serving up singles here and there like... More »

Notre Dame Football: Brian Kelly's Final Thoughts on Irish Offseason

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame football kicks off its regular season Saturday when it battles Rice inside Notre Dame Stadium. It’s been an eventful offseason for the Irish, especially over the past two weeks since news of the academic investigation broke. Show More Summary

BuzzBar Ice Cream

We’ve seen liquor-infused chocolates and marshmallows. Turns out you can also get a buzz from ice cream. BuzzBar make ice cream bars laden with whiskey, rum, cognac, Irish cream liquor or lemon vodka.

Sports Briefing | College Football: Irish Hold Out 5th Player

The Notre Dame senior Eilar Hardy, a reserve safety, will join four higher-profile players being held out of practice and competition during an investigation into accusations of academic fraud.

Interview: Sinéad O'Connor Isn't Bossy; She's the Boss

Photo by Donal Moloney One can't help but notice the disclaimer strewn across her public website: "SINEAD'S MUSINGS. STRICTLY NOT FOR MINORS." It's true: The 5-foot-5, Grammy Award-winning Irish songstress takes distinct issue with the oversexualizing of minors in the music industry. Show More Summary

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