Intrigue and Philosophy 101 -- (HLS--ND Football)

Week in Review -- (Scout-Recruiting)

Next in Line -- (Scout--ND Football)

Sticking Together -- (FWJG-ND Football)

"I like this guy [Russell] at LSU," he said. "I think he's got rare talent throwing the football. His size, his mobility and his quick arm remind me of Ben Roethlisberger. The other guy [Brady] is a Type A guy, he's a winner. He's the hardest-working guy maybe in this draft. He does sit-ups, I think, at halftime. The guy's working around the clock. He's got a burning desire to be the best." John Gruden (Tampa Tribune)

No Let Up -- (SBT-ND Football)

TEU -- (BGS--ND Football)

Fantastic Four -- (Observer-ND Football)

Growing Boy -- (HLS-ND Football)

It's a Slam-Dunk

Colin Falls and Russell Carter are to compete in the "Annual State-Farm College Slam-Dunk and 3 point Shootout".

Carter will represent the Irish in the Vegas.com Men's Slam Dunk Championship. The other competitors in the competition will be Louis Darby (Long Beach State), Adrian Hill (Rutgers), Royce Parran (Chicago State), Brent Petway (Michigan), Marlon Pompey (Texas A&M) David Patten (Weber State) and Mario West (Georgia Tech).

Falls is one of eight participants in the Midas Touch Men's Three-Point Shooting Championship. The other seven players in the contest include Aaron Brooks (Oregon), Adam Haluska (Iowa), Jarrius Jackson (Texas Tech), Acie Law (Texas A&M), Demetris Nichols (Syracuse), Stephen Sir (Northern Arizona) and Kammron Taylor (Wisconsin).

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In order to find his equal, an Irishman is *forced* to talk to God.

In order to find his equal, an Irishman is *forced* to talk to God.