Notre Dame Women’s Basketball: No Blood No Foul

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Leading into tonight's championship game between Notre Dame and Connecticut (8:30 EST, ESPN), you should know that women's basketball isn't about kittens, orange slices and post-game handshakes. There are rivals and there is hatred. There are elbows and shoves and trash talk. When you think of … [Read more...]


Notre Dame Women’s Basketball: Final Fourth Time’s a Charm

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UPDATED 3PM 4/1/14 We have some unfortunate news for the Notre Dame women's basketball team. After an MRI, Natalie Achonwa did, in fact, tear her ACL in a non-contact injury suffered late in the Baylor game. Achonwa will undergo surgery, but the date has not been set yet. Either way, her career … [Read more...]


The Frustrations of Brey-Ball and the 2013-14 Season

Eric Atkins and Mike Brey look on as the Irish fall to Wake Forrest in the ACC tournament. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)

The 2013-2014 Notre Dame men's basketball season is a frustrating thing to deconstruct. On one hand, you have one of the most incredible snake-bitten season's possible with the academic suspension of Jerian Grant, Austin Burgett needing heart surgery of all things, Demetrius Jackson had his own … [Read more...]


Plenty of Notre Dame to Go Around

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As we enter the final week before Spring ball, I can't help but notice a certain level of restlessness around my fellow Notre Dame football fanatics. Especially after a disappointing, and yet still encouraging, 2013 campaign, it seems like the kids can't quite go to sleep at night. I'm always … [Read more...]


Mike Golic Jr., Dayne Crist & Robby Toma on Down The Line Podcast

Mike Golic Jr., Dayne Crist & Robby Toma join TNNDN's Down the Line

On a very special episode of TNNDN's Down the Line Podcast, we were joined by recent Irish players and graduates Dayne Crist, Mike Golic Jr., and Robby Toma. Truth be told, Golic and Crist knew they were coming on to rap on Senior Day, the 2013 Notre Dame Football Season, and update us on what … [Read more...]