Night Warriors?

The name “Night Warriors” has been thrown around a lot lately when describing this upcoming Notre Dame football season. With at least 5 night games happening this fall, the Irish will look to be on many peoples TV’s come Saturday nights. With the Wake Forrest and the Pittsburgh kickoff times left to be announced, the […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll: Final ballot

The final week for the Heisman voting has come and gone. In my first year of Heisman prognostication, I’m pretty sure I am going to hit the nail on the head in predicting the winner. Thank you Cam Newton. For all the allegations of cheating and stealing and what not, Cam was the best athlete […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 13

Week 13 of the Heisman voting is in the books. It looks now that we have a clear cut #1 in cam Newton and it seems like its his trophy to lose. With last weeks 2nd place candidate suffering his first loss of the season in his teams last game, that essentially made this last […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 12

This past week the top two contenders were off and Kellen Moore continued to play well. With that being said, I thought Moore has done enough to garner a second place poll on my ballot. Its as simple as James not playing and Moore putting up some gaudy numbers. If Oregon and Auburn both lose, […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 11

Newton and James again appear at the top of this list and to me the Heisman seems pretty cut and dry. If Newton and James continue with the numbers they are currently putting up and they remain unbeaten, this looks like a two horse race. The voters will have to decide before any allegations or […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 10

This week saw the top two performers continue to climb to the top of the charts this week. Newton and James continue to distance themselves as the frontrunners for the Heisman and unless their teams slip up, its a two horse race. With all the Cam Newton allegations this week, I personally took the stance […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 9

With all the moving and shaking happening within the Notre Dame football program, its pretty hard to continue to look at the entire college football landscape. Week 9 didn’t have the season biggest matchup in terms of the Heisman trophy, but it seems now there are 2 clear frontrunners for the award. How the poll […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 8

Week 8 has come and gone and its another up and down season for the Irish. Cam Newton didn’t nothing but solidify his spot at the top of the rankings this week and he clearly is the leader of this Heisman race. If Newton can stay healthy and keep winning, can anyone catch him? Lets […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 7

Week seven of football is already completed. The season has flown by fast and December’s Heisman Trophy presentation will be here before you know it. As much as Denard Robinson looked to have the trophy locked up early on this year, this race is wide open. Week 7 saw another change at the top spot […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 6

Another great week of college football is in the books. The Heisman trophy is a “What have you done for me lately” type award. With that being said, Denard Robinson has dropped from the list. Robinson can easily get back in contention with huge performances in his big-time match ups this year. With Robinson dropping, […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 5

This last week we saw the solidification of the number one spot by Denard Robinson. Robinson went a long way at ensuring himself an invite to NYC in December and as long as he can stay healthy, he should begin to pack his bags. A new name appears on the list week after a huge […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 4

Week 4 is over and the Heisman Trophy is still up for grabs. Two players have really stood out to me thus far and with their big time matchup vs each other looming at the end of the year, it will be interesting to see if they can make it till then undefeated. How the […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 3

Week 3 is officially in the books and not much has changed in the way of the Heisman rankings. The top 2 positions solidified themselves this week with strong performances, but a new name has joined the list after having a “Heisman moment”. Lets just hope the Irish don’t make any Cardinal players a Heisman […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll Week 2

With the end of the second week of college football, we have a clear frontrunner in the Heisman race. This past week featured some huge games, and some even bigger individual performances. With the end of week 2 in the books, that brings us to our weekly Heisman trophy poll, put on by all the […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll: Week 1

The first week of the season is in the books. With the Irish fresh off a victory, man it feels good to say that, week one has officially concluded. There were some great games and some great individual performances. The end of the week brings us to our weekly Heisman trophy poll, put on by […]

Bloguin Heisman Poll

  With the upcoming season vastly approaching (ZOMG, It’s tomorrow) the fellow blogs on the Bloguin network have decided to vote in a Bloguin Heisman Poll. I couldn’t be more excited for this because its much easy to participate in than an actual top 25 poll. That takes a lot of time and work which […]

My blood is pumping, is yours?

Im pretty sure I cant take it anymore. Football season is right around the corner and the opening of the Brian Kelly era is nearly upon us. Fall is in the air (actually its not, its still 75 and sunny here in San Diego) and that means Im ready to watch the Irish on Saturdays. […]

Irish Blogger Gathering – Let’s Get Offensive

Welcome to another edition of The Irish Blogger Gathering. These questions were provided by the Matt at boys over there wanted to take a look at some preseason questions that focused solely on the offensive side of the ball.  Lets jump in… 1. First, before officially shifting focus to the what matters most, let’s take […]

Irish add their 10th

Brian Kelly and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish received their 10th commitment for the 2011 class from Florida LB/DE Clay Burton. Burton is a 6’3″, 230 pound beast from Venice Florida. We have to love the fact that Tony Alford is cementing himself as a legitimate recruiter in the state of Florida. Alford went in […]

A little history lesson for you…

  Things that happened in in 1846. The Liberty Bell was cracked. The Mexican-American war started. Buffalo Bill Cody was born. Iowa becomes the 29th state in the union. The sewing machine was invented. The University of Notre Dame starts the Band of The Fighting Irish, 15 years before the start of the American Civil […]