The University of Notre Dame's Taylor Dever is one of six DOMERS down in Indianapolis this weekend performing in front of all 32 NFL Teams at their annual SCOUTING COMBINE. Showing off his athletic ability -- Taylor finished fourth in the three-cone drill. Here's Taylor's results in the other tests:
Muffet's four person senior class (Photo L to R: Devereaux Peters, Fraderica Miller, Natalie Novosel and Brittany Mallory) are playing their last "regular season" game at Purcell Pavillion today. Irish fans can watch this game and the ceremony that follows -- LIVE on the web. Game starts at 2 PM ET!
What's it going to take for the media to give our FIGHTING IRISH the respect they have earned?
Only one team in America has FIVE WINS over top-20 ranked teams (at the time they played): #20 Notre Dame
#17 Louisville, who Notre Dame beat at Louisville -- and is in seventh place in the Big East (ND is in third) is ranked AHEAD of #20 Notre Dame
#10 Marquette, who Notre Dame beat -- and like Notre Dame has three losses in the Big East -- is ranked ahead of #20 Notre Dame
#9 Georgetown, who is in fourth place in the Big East -- is ranked AHEAD of the third place team in the Big East #20 Notre Dame
#11 Michigan, #13 Baylor and #15 Florida State -- all THIRD PLACE teams (like Notre Dame) in their respective conferences are all ranked AHEAD of #20 Notre Dame. Yet, Notre Dame plays in what is widely regarded as the BEST CONFERENCE in basketball...
Media bias (?) you be the judge. Just keep WINNING -- the media will have no choice but to give the IRISH the respect they deserve.
Marquette University's Buzz Williams almost caused a mini-riot after their 61 - 60 victory over West Virginia in Morgantown last night -- when he did a "victory dance" at center court. Probably not the right thing to do -- which he admitted later. Here's the video:
Ever since the University of Southern California failed to take the path of admitting WRONG to their failure to control the benefits flowing to Reggie Bush and family -- and the subsequent NCAA penalties...
Schools are now "turning themselves in" for their transgressions -- in hopes the NCAA will go easy on them...
Yesterday, Oregon joined that list. Chip Kelly's staff got caught giving a recruiting service a $25,000 bonus for the commitment of a highly rated running back. What will the NCAA do?