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Fr Richard McBrien RIP

I have just seen a report that Fr Richard McBrien has died after a lengthy illness. (Also here, at the website of Notre Dame University, where he formerly taught.) Fr McBrien was a prominent presence in the American Catholic world from the 1970s on, often called upon by the media to comment on Catholic issues. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football Recruiting: Names to Watch Until National Signing Day

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — With less than two weeks until national signing day, Notre Dame football is looking to close out its class of 2015 with a few more additions. The Irish currently have 22 commitments, including four early enrollees already in South Bend. Show More Summary

Are Academics Really a Problem for Notre Dame Recruiting?

Earlier this week, new Oregon State Beavers head coach Gary Andersen went on the record to discuss his reason for leaving the Wisconsin Badgers. Admissions. Anderson told CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd that a large frustration for him in Madison...Show More Summary

2015 Recruits Notre Dame Must Land to Get Back to the Top of College Football

Notre Dame is looking to rebound after a subpar 2014 season, and it all starts with Brian Kelly's incoming freshman class. Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson sits down with Notre Dame beat writer Keith Arnold to discuss the players the...Show More Summary

Morning Report for January 22, 2015

ESPN sues Notre Dame over police records involving athletes and campus crimes. ( | ( | ( China is harassing and jailing its citizens who assist foreign news outlets. ( Bill Gates is guest-editing The Verge in February. Show More Summary

ESPN is suing Notre Dame over a public records request

College football is a billion dollar business that leads ESPN into very close relationship with nearly every fiber of the sport.  The network is intimate business partners with the most powerful entities in college football from theShow More Summary

Viewing Picks for January 22, 2015

All Times Eastern College Basketball Men’s Notre Dame at Virginia Tech — ACC/Fox Sports Net, 7 p.m. Central Florida at UConn — CBS Sports Network, 7 p.m. Ohio States at Northwestern — ESPN, 7 p.m. Alabama at Arkansas — ESPN2, 7 p.m. South Florida at Temple — ESPNews, 7 p.m. Show More Summary

ESPN Is Suing Notre Dame For Allegedly Withholding Police Reports Involving Certain Student Athletes

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — ESPN has filed a lawsuit against University of Notre Dame, alleging the school is violating Indiana's public record laws by withholding police incident reports about possible campus crimes involving certain student-athletes. Show More Summary

ESPN Sues Notre Dame over Police Records: Latest Details and Reaction

After refusing to release campus police records late last year, the University of Notre Dame is the subject of a lawsuit filed by ESPN. According to Margaret Fosmoe of The South Bend Tribune, ESPN filed the suit on behalf of reporter Paula Lavigne, who was denied access to the records in September and November. Show More Summary

Frank Mazzola Dies: ‘Rebel Without A Cause’ Actor And Film Editor Was 79

Actor and film editor Frank Mazzola, who appeared in small roles in several Hollywood classics including Rebel Without A Cause, Casablanca, East Of Eden and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, has died. He was 79. In June, Mazzola, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. Show More Summary

Notre Dame's Brian Kelly Learns from Mistakes by Re-Recruiting Top Juniors

For Brian Kelly, the first step was learning to recruit with the big boys. The second? Learning how to hold on to the blue-chippers once they got on campus. From the minute Kelly arrived at Notre Dame, he didn't struggle fighting for top players with the elite coaches in college football. Show More Summary

Duke Basketball: Keys to Victory in Clash with St. John's

The next three games for the Duke men's basketball team are road contests against an unranked nonconference opponent that is 1-4 in the Big East, No. 8 Notre Dame and No. 2 Virginia. There is no reason to worry about that nonconference warm-up game, right? Not so fast. There are some extenuating circumstances surrounding Duke’s matchup with St. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Biggest Lessons Learned in ACC Play so Far

With a 4-1 conference record, the North Carolina Tar Heels are in the mix near the top of the ACC. The team's lone conference loss came in a nail-biter versus Notre Dame. With four wins already secured, there has been no lack of wild ups and downs to the season, though. Show More Summary

UNC Basketball: Must-Win Games Remaining on Tar Heels' Schedule

With its 68-53 win Sunday over Virginia Tech, North Carolina (14-4, 4-1) remains in the upper group of teams fighting for ACC supremacy. Unbeaten Virginia leads the pack at 5-0, while Notre Dame is 5-1 and Syracuse sits at 4-1. There...Show More Summary

Big Government Solutions Are Not “Practically Pro-Life”

Below is my response to “Practically pro-life,” which was written by Billy McMahon for The Observer, a newspaper at my alma mater University of Notre Dame. McMahon claims we should stop focusing on abortion in politics

Notre Dame goes small to beat Miami, and Mike Bray is pretty excited about it

No. 12 Notre Dame trailed Miami by one at the half and found itself down 12 with 15 minutes left to play. That's when coach Mike Bray decided to roll the dice and go with an all-guard lineup. It worked: the Irish made 7-of-15 threes in the second half and charged back to defeat the Hurricanes XX-XX. Jerian Grant was great, as always. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football: Aliz'e Jones Commitment Gives Irish Big Win over UCLA

Notre Dame may have an annual rivalry with USC, but things are heating up between the Irish and UCLA. The flip of 4-star tight end Aliz'e Jones is the latest in a growing battle between Brian Kelly and Jim Mora. On Thursday, Jones stepped away from his commitment to UCLA and verbally committed to Notre Dame. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Football: What Aliz'e Jones Brings to Irish Offense

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — While it’s still unclear exactly what shape Notre Dame football’s offense will take next season and who will be throwing the passes, the Irish landed a top offensive playmaker with the commitment of class of 2015 tight end Aliz’e Jones on Thursday. The 4-star prospect from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas is the No. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Steals Top TE Aliz'e Jones, Puts Pressure on UCLA to Land Replacement

Aliz'e Jones ended his 14-month commitment to UCLA on Wednesday, resulting in a long speculated flip to Notre Dame. The 4-star tight end shared his decision through a series of tweets: His second post points to a fruitful 2015 pipeline between the Fighting Irish and Las Vegas powerhouse Bishop Gorman High School. Show More Summary

Borrowing Irish: Notre Dame Touts Record-Low Rates On $400 Million Bond Sale

Notre Dame expects it will save $2.5 million in annual interest payments thanks to well-timed bond sale for money to upgrade football stadium, add academic buildings.

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