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Three weeks ago, the University of Notre Dame announced no students will be allowed back on campus for the rest of the summer, with the exception of “a small number of students whose summer work is preparatory for the fall semester.” This made it sound like athletes playing in fall sports could return to campus at sometime this summer, primarily the football team.

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What many speculated became official Tuesday morning: the Notre Dame-Navy game scheduled to be played in Dublin, Ireland will not happen due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Notre Dame only had one spring practice before everything was canceled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. So where do these cancellations leave coach Brian Kelly’s squad?

SOUTH BEND — The cancelation of sports during the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way college football teams prepare for the upcoming 2020 season. Instead of having organized spring practices and workouts, players are left to workout at home with whatever resources they have.

The cancellation of sports during the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way college football teams prepare for the upcoming season. Instead of having organized spring practices and workouts, players are left to work out at home with whatever resources they have.

The Muffet Era in Notre Dame women’s basketball came to an abrupt and unexpected end Wednesday afternoon when Hall of Fame coach Muffet McGraw announced her retirement.

Notre Dame had four offensive players from its 2019 roster attend the NFL Combine in February, yet only two of them are expected to be drafted. Ahead of this week’s NFL Draft, let’s take a look at the Notre Dame offensive players that attended the Combine and see what their draft prospects are.

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CNHI Sports Indiana's special report on the changes in high school basketball explores factors driving those changes and what might be done to stop the shrinking attendance and dwindling participation in a four-part series published through April.

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