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The University of Notre Dame announced Monday that all in-person classes will be canceled throughout the summer and that campus will be closed “with the exception of a small number of students whose summer work is preparatory for the fall semester.” This could pave the way for athletes to re…

All five Notre Dame defensive players who attended the NFL Combine in February have a chance to be drafted during this week’s NFL Draft. Defensive ends Julian Okwara and Khalid Kareem, and defensive backs Alohi Gilman, Troy Pride and Jalen Elliott could all hear their name called at some poi…

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.

SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame’s annual Blue-Gold Spring Game, scheduled for April 18, has officially been cancelled due to the COVID-19 virus. The announcement comes hours after Irish head coach Brian Kelly issued a statement saying players would not be coming back to campus for spring practices.

As soon as the final whistle sounded on that fateful, Oct. 26 night in Ann Arbor, the doubt over the 2019 Notre Dame football team crept in. The Fighting Irish had just been embarrassed, 45-14, on national television against one of their rivals, Michigan. It wasn’t just the fact they lost by…

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LIGONIER [mdash] Dean V. Fry, 59, Ligonier, died at 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 3, 2020, at his residence. He was born on Nov. 14, 1960, in LaGrange County, to Vern and Wilma (Eash) Fry. On May 18, 1982, in LaGrange County, he married Mary Ellen Bontrager. She survives. Survivors in addition …

NAPPANEE [mdash] Edna (Kuhns) Miller, 82, of 7800 N. 800 West, Nappanee, Indiana, died at 8 p.m. Friday, May 29, 2020, of natural causes at Bremen Hospital. She was born Jan. 28, 1938, in Kosciusko County, to Levi J. and Elizabeth (Hershberger) Kuhns and lived her whole life in the Nappanee …