Notre Dame running back Cierre Wood announced today he will forgo his final season of athletic eligibility and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. Wood leaves Notre Dame as the seventh-leading rusher in school history, having gained 2,447 yards on 450 career carries. No running back in Notre Dame history with as many career rushes as Wood has a better yards-per-rush average as his 5.4 … [Read more...] about Notre Dame RB Cierre Wood entering NFL Draft
The Irish’s travel squad to Dublin, Ireland will lose another returning starter, as starting tailback and leading rusher Cierre Wood has been suspended for the season’s opening game versus Navy. He joins quarterback Tommy Rees and linebacker Carlo Calabrese at home in South Bend when the Irish open the year across the pond. Multiple sources have confirmed. … [Read more...] about Notre Dame tailback Cierre Wood suspended for first 2 games
On Thursday, December 29th, at 5:31 pm EST, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish will take on the Seminoles of Florida State in the … Champs Sports Bowl? Yep, the Champs Sports Bowl. … [Read more...] about Notre Dame vs Florida State: Champs Sports Bowl Preview!!
This college football preseason some publications had Notre Dame as a top ten team, contending for a BCS bowl. This week, they enter a tough match-up with the #16 Michigan State Spartans sporting a surprising 0-2 record, meaning it's going to take an extremely unlikely running of the table (with a top ten team in Stanford still left on the schedule) to fulfill those … [Read more...] about Notre Dame’s Cierre Wood, Michael Floyd Put Up Big Numbers in Losses
Murphy's law is an epigram typically stated as: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong." And it pretty much summed up the season opener for the #16 Notre Dame Fighting Irish, as they dropped a 23-20 decision to the South Florida Bulls. USF came in ten point underdogs, despite being a Big East conference favorite by many college football experts. I guess it's fitting that … [Read more...] about #16 Notre Dame Loses Long and Bizarre Opener to South Florida