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EL PASO, Texas _ Winning was nice. But the way Notre Dame beat Miami in Friday's Sun Bowl is what will serve the Irish program best down the road. Don't look at 33-17. The final score was barely indicative of the Irish dominance. Tune into 30-3, the...
Tags: Sports, Kyle Rudolph, Health, Injuries and Wounds, Football
EL PASO, Texas — Miami knew it. But there wasn't a darn thing the Hurricanes were able to do about it. That's when it's obvious that Michael Floyd is special. Miami's defense knew that the Notre Dame football team's offense revolved around the 6-...
EL PASO, Texas — Only one football team wanted to be here Friday. And it wasn't Miami. Notre Dame's 33-17 Sun Bowl rout of the Hurricanes left little doubt of the big-picture direction of the Irish program. Notre Dame's offense was effective. The...
The Fabulous ForumQuarterback Mitch Mustain almost made a place for himself in USC-Notre Dame lore. Almost. Making the first start in his four years at USC, Mustain had the Trojans driving in the final minutes of one of college football's most storied......
Tribune reporterSOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Scads of NFL scouts and coaches and team executives watched every twist and turn Kyle Rudolph made Thursday. Then they took him aside and poked and prodded him like a show dog. This is what happens when you are six months removed from...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterIf James Aldridge can somehow get his body clock contorted correctly, maybe, just maybe the former Notre Dame running back will catch a glimpse of Kyle Rudolph stepping into a dream. Rudolph is Notre Dame's best, and really only, hope of landing in the...
Tribune reporterIn the middle of the sixth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, former Notre Dame nose guard Ian Williams whipped out his smartphone and spoke for all but one of his fellow ex-teammates. "Beyond (ticked) off right now," Williams posted on his Twitter...
Special to the Tribune Newspapers"Grant Wood: A Life" By R. Tripp Evans Knopf, $37.50, 432 pages Controversy attended Grant Wood's iconic and enigmatic painting "American Gothic" from its first public viewing, a juried exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1930. The depiction...
Tags: Iowa City, Iowa, Literature, Arts, Washington (U.S. state)
LOS ANGELES - It’s a rivalry again. Notre Dame took an eight-year hiatus from one of college football’s storied annual contests. Saturday night, the temperature was brisk; the crowd of 85,417 in the Coliseum was electric, but soaked by the...
Tribune staff reporterA clump of Elvis Presley's hair is on sale this Sunday at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago. Meanwhile, Chris Rock just came out with a documentary called "Good Hair." And two of the most hair-apparent people alive -- Rod Blagojevich and Donald...
Tags: Donald Trump, Hair and Nails, Spain, Chris Rock, Cartoons
Staff reporterA fascinating conversation with legendary art critic and social commentator Robert Hughes, who opines about the state of art criticism, modern art, and popular culture. Hughes' latest book is Things I Didn't Know: A Memoir. (10/31/06) Robert Hughes (81:...
Web ReporterRobert Hughes scored on a 1-yard run in overtime and Notre Dame broke up a fourth-down pass near the end zone on the final play to help the Fighting Irish to a 37-30 victory Saturday. Jake Locker threw a pass toward D'Andre Goodwin on fourth-and-19 on...
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