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    1. Notre Dame OL Matt Hegarty transferring to Oregon

      Sports IllustratedMay 26 08:50 PM

      Notre Dame offensive lineman Matt Hegarty is transferring to Oregon.

    2. Former Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis is still collecting millions from school nearly six years after he was fired.

    3. For the second time this year, Notre Dame men's lacrosse senior attackman Conor Doyle (Towson, Maryland) has been named the Atlantic Coast Conference's Offensive player of the week. Doyle scored three times and added five assists for eight points in Notre Dame's 17-8 victory at No. 18 Army West Point on Saturday to close out the regular season.

    4. Notre Dame, making a 10th straight NCAA appearance, faces the Tigers at 5 p.m. on ESPNU.

    5. Former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson is transferring to Florida State.

    6. No. 1 seed Notre Dame (12-2) is back in the semifinals of Championship Weekend for the second straight year and fifth time in school history. The Fighting Irish will face No. 4 seed Denver in the first of two semifinal matchups at the 2015 NCA

    7. Notre Dame lacrosse closes season with win at Army

      WNDU 16 South BendMay 02 04:14 PM

      With the victory, the Irish, who were facing a ranked opponent for the ninth consecutive game, improved to 10-2 on the season, while Army concludes its season at 10-7.

    8. Notre Dame did not clear quarterback Everett Golson to transfer to any of the schools it will face during the 2015 season, reports Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports.

    9. Eight days ago in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship, a slow start by the University of Notre Dame men's lacrosse team against Duke proved to be too much for the Fighting Irish to overcome as their offense was held in check for most of the game. On Saturday afternoon against No. 18 Army, No. 2 Notre Dame got off to the quick start it needed and wanted as the Irish ...

    10. Irish still trying to find the right answers at safety

      NBC Sports: Inside the IrishMay 26 10:36 AM

      As Notre Dame's finishes up a May spent on the road visiting recruits, one of the keys to a successful 2016 recruiting campaign is to restock the safety position. While graduate transfer Avery Sebastian comes onto campus providing immediate experience, the position is one of the lone worrisome spots on the fully-stocked Irish roster.

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