Mouth of the South

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5WF: Good Friday Blue Gold Game Fake News Roundup


One Foot Down Covers the Five Biggest Post-Blue Gold Game Stories

Sources: Irish to Change Base Defense


Multiple sources have confirmed that later today Coach Kelly is set to announce an official change to the Irish's base defensive alignment.

ND to Switch to Artificial Surface


Sources close to Irish Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick have confirmed that a move to an artificial or hybrid surface is a done deal for VanGorder's mustache.

OLB/DE Jhonny Williams is Irish!


Brian Kelly brought another rangy defender into the 2014 fold--Michigan OLB/DE Jhonny Williams.

Football Food: South Louisiana Boiled Shrimp


Welcome to another enticing edition of Football Food.


Temple Battle Cry: Beware of the Birds




Irish Beat SC to Lock Up Undefeated Regular Season

Irish Shutout Deacons on Senior Day


Pay Tribute to your favorite seniors in One Foot Down's Post Game Thread.

IRISH WIN. TIDE Loses. Christmas comes early.


Irish win, Tide Lose, Ducks are struggling with a middling Cal team. Let's see how this ends up.

Feathers In The Cap And Black Eyes


That was inexplicable. Let me explain.

Five Wide Fullbacks: Norman Was Scary


In this week's Five Wide Fullbacks, the Mouth reflects on his Odyssey to Norman, the strange bedfellows borne thereof, and various and sundry monsters, loups-garous, and scary sights of Norman.

Oregon Lineman Is Bullish On Irish Lines


Oregon Lineman Is Bullish On Irish Lines

Notre Dame vs. BYU Post Game Thread


Feathers in the Cap and Black Eyes after Notre Dame's win over BYU.

ND vs. UM: Feathers in the Cap & Black Eyes


Not this time Mr. Robinson. Not this time.

Notre Dame vs. Michigan State: Feathers In The Cap and Black Eyes


We go to school, we go to work. We have good days and bad, good weeks and bad. Life sometimes goes our way, sometimes it doesn't. But usually, usually we get through the week just fine and...

Notre Dame vs. Purdue: Feathers In the Cap and Black Eyes


I'm going to take a cue from the Notre Dame's offensive coaching staff and just let Tyler Eifert write this week's Feathers In The Cap & Black Eyes. Because he'll just do everything for us and...


Battle Cry

From today's Psalm 37:27-28: Depart from evil, and do good; so shall you abide for ever. For the LORD loves justice; he will not forsake his saints. The righteous shall be preserved for ever, but...

Notre Dame vs. Navy: Feathers In The Cap And Black Eyes


Well, Notre Dame has finally put the off season--and its concomitant hooliganism--behind us. The Irish took the field, er pitch, in gorgeous Aviva Stadium and quickly proceeded to impose their...


Battle Cry

As we prepare for battle, today's first reading provides our rallying cry: Jeremiah 1: 17 - 19 17 But you, gird up your loins; arise, and say to them everything that I command you. Do not be...

Penn State Coverup: SI's Staples Argues, Pretty Convincingly, That The Death Penalty Is Improper for Penn State Football


In what most would see as an absurd result, the NCAA could levy the death penalty for lack of institutional control, but not for corrupt, unethical, and criminal institutional control.

The Week In News: Another Watershed Moment


Well it's been another big week for college football. On Tuesday the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee approved the proposed four-team "play-off" system, a bizarre new contrivance in which...

QB Tommy Rees practicing at Notre Dame despite arrest - The Washington Post


Tommy Rees is participating in voluntary summer workouts with the Irish football team, despite that he is facing minor-consumption, resisting-law-enforcement, and battery charges due to his altercation with police following a house-party raid. Michael Floyd also participated in voluntary summer workouts after his March-2011 DUI arrest, but Floyd had served a suspension during Spring Practice. The University and team disciplinary processes may not have completely run their courses, but how do we as a fan base feel about Rees serving no suspension before summer workouts?

The Week In News: HOT DOG, A College Football Playoff!!!


Well it's happened folks. The dawn of a new epoch in college football. Notre Dame Athletic Director Swarbrick and the commissioners from every major BCS conference announced this week that...

Five Wide Fullbacks: What Passes As the Rough Beast That is Sport Slouches Toward the Week-end?


This week the Mouth travels the world in search of various and sundry interesting matters sporting. We begin with our beloved College Football. A playoff is in the works, and we are not...

Five Wide Fullbacks: The Return of the King


Well, loyal readers, the Mouth of the South is back after a long sojourn that may or may not have involved copius amounts of mescaline, a 1958 Cadillac, a pound of Polonium 210--which does not go...

Five Wide... Tight Ends?


Good Morning faithful readers. We here at One Foot Down wish you a Happy Easter and hope--we hope against hope--that you didn't spend your Holy Week like Bobby Petrino. Without further adieu,...

Notre Dame Hosts 2012 Pro Day: Michael Floyd Wows and Darius Fleming and Robert Blanton Among Top Performers


Notre Dame held its 2012 Pro Day today. Nine Irish players participated in drills for representatives of 27 of 32 NFL teams. Michael Floyd and Harrison Smith, the strongest Irish pro prospects,...

Gaelic Footballer Commits to Notre Dame on April 1


In the wake of Usain Bolt's commitment to the Fighting Irish, Gaelic Footballer Tunney O'Hanlon commits to Fighting Irish. Brian Kelly and staff kept O'Hanlon's recruitment a closely-guarded secret, but in the end, O'Hanlon spurned the SEC "yanks" that were after him and gave his commitment to a fellow Irish in Brian Kelly.

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