Eric Murtaugh

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Lovin' Notre Dame football every day.


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Top 75 Worst Losses: #60-56


Aliens invaded South Bend on September 3, 2011.


Daniels & Grant Back at Notre Dame

The football and men's basketball programs got some exciting but expected news earlier today.

Ryan Switzer and the Value of a Dynamic Return Man


Notre Dame stinks at punt return. They are playing the nation's top punt returner this fall. We investigate.

2015 Notre Dame Recruiting Big Board: QB, RB, ATH


Recruits are starting to schedule their summer visits.

2014 Off-Season Preview: North Carolina Tar Heels


The Tar Heels come to South Bend this fall as the 2nd ACC team on the schedule.

The Helmet Helper: Half Man, Half Amazing


We've created the prettiest helmet there ever was.

Top 75 Worst Losses: #65-61


Payback from the Seminoles, a rough one in Knoxville, and more.

2015 Notre Dame Recruiting Big Board: OLB, CB, S


Your latest update on Notre Dame recruiting at outside linebacker and the secondary.

2014 Off-Season Preview: Stanford Cardinal


Shaw's recruiting will be tested in 2014.

Hitting the Links: Kelly Drops Some Info


Brian Kelly gave us some rare late-spring news items to digest this week.

The Helmet Helper: Fly By Night


It's the off-season and we're helping out other teams with new helmet designs.

Top 75 Worst Losses: #70-66


A home opening stunner, Lou Holtz' last game, and the interception heard around the world.

Better or Worse: Running Backs


Hint, they weren't very good last year.

2015 Notre Dame Recruiting Big Board: DT, DE, ILB


After a big class in 2014 the Irish are staying picky for these positions in 2015.

2014 Off-Season Preview: Syracuse Orange


Not thinking about 2008. Not thinking about 2008. Not thinking about 2008. Not thinking about 2008.

OFD Podcast, Episode 31: A Month's Recap


Recapping the last month of news since our last podcast.

Numerous Irish Players Sign Free Agent Deals


Immediately following the draft several former Notre Dame players signed free agent deals with NFL teams.

TJ Jones Drafted 189th Overall by Detroit


The former Irish captain reunites with Theo Riddick in Motown.

Bennett Jackson Drafted 187th Overall by the G-Men


The fast Jackson stays close to home with a pick by one of the league's most storied franchises.

Prince Shembo Drafted 139th Overall by Atlanta


The under-sized pass rusher finds a new home in the A-T-L.

Chris Watt Drafted 89th Overall by San Diego


The quiet and workman-like guard surprises many with a late 3rd round selection.

Louis Nix Drafted 83rd Overall by Houston


Irish Chocolate has found a new home.

Troy Niklas Drafted 52nd Overall by Arizona


The hulking tight end will now be teammates with former Irish receiver Michael Floyd.

Stephon Tuitt Drafted 46th Overall by Pittsburgh


Tuitt leaves Notre Dame with 19.5 sacks in his college career.

Better or Worse: Wideout and Tight End


The youth movement is in full effect.

Zack Martin Drafted 16th Overall by the Cowboys


The Irish captain moves on to the NFL following a stellar career in college.

5WF: The 2014 NFL Draft Open Thread


The NFL Draft begins tonight. We ask some burning questions and fill out our own mock draft.

Top 75 Worst Losses: #75-71


Our countdown begins with 3 losses under the Gerry Faust regime, and more.

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