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Irish Insights

  • Notre Dame men's basketball falls to Providence
    Providence's LaDontae Henton scored a career-high 38 points and deflected a last-second shot by Notre Dame's Pat Connaughton as Providence defeated the Irish 75-74 in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off Classic.
  • Kelly 'proud' of Notre Dame players
    This time, Brian Kelly didn’t call it a debacle or second-guess one of his decisions, even as the roughest stretch of his tenure as Notre Dame’s coach got a little bit rougher.
  • Notebook: Irish face limitations of youth
    SOUTH BEND – Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly, at the top of his postgame news conference, mentioned perceived error on the snap or hold with the field goal unit.
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Irish are No. 7 seed, head to Dayton

Notre Dame is heading to the NCAA tournament for a fourth year in a row.The Irish (25-9) are the No. 7 seed in the West Regional. They will open play against No. 10 seed Iowa State at Dayton.Notre Dame is making its ninth NCAA appearance under coach Mike Brey.The Irish are 6-9 in the NCAA tournament under Brey with their deepest run coming in 2003 when Notre Dame reached the West Regional semifinal before falling 88-71 to No. 1 seed Arizona in Anaheim, Calif.Last year, Notre Dame was a seventh seed and fell in the second round to No. 10 seed Xavier 67-63 in Greensboro, N.C.Notre Dame is coming off a run to the semifinals of the Big East tournament with wins over Rutgers (69-61 Wednesday) and Marquette (73-65 Thursday). The Irish lost to tournament-champion Louisville 69-57 Friday.It was the Irish's final run in the Big East tournament as they will move to the Atlantic Coast Conference next season.For more on where the Irish were placed in the NCAA tournament, read Monday's Journal Gazette or return to www.journalgazette.net after 3 a.m.

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