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Mike Berardino

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South Bend, IN, United States

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Past:
  • Indianapolis Star
  • Detroit Free Press
  • Rochester D and C
  • North Jersey News
  • USA TODAY
  • The Courier-Journal
  • Pioneer Press

Recent articles by Mike:

Notre Dame-Navy Football Game In Ireland Remains A Possibility

It says plenty about the uncertainty of these pandemic-marred times that Notre Dame has yet to rule out its season-opening trip to Dublin, Ireland in late August to play Navy in the 2020 season football opener for both teams. → Read More

Muffet McGraw Is Ready For The Next Challenge After 33 Years At Notre Dame

At 64 and with 936 career wins, including five seasons at Lehigh, McGraw has nothing left to prove in the basketball realm. → Read More

What Are Major College Coaches, Control Freaks Like Brian Kelly To Do When Their Teams Are Away?

Suddenly, with classes going online and workouts being largely unsupervised, the temptation is there for football coaches to fret even more than they usually do. When it comes to big-time college sports, out of sight rarely means out of mind. → Read More

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Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly Tries To Embrace The ‘New Normal’

At a time when he should be putting in the game plan for the annual Blue-Gold Game that caps spring practice, Kelly instead finds himself holding one video conference after another to keep things moving forward for his program. → Read More

With Chip Long reportedly out at Notre Dame, Ian Book-Tom Rees collaboration set to grow

Chip Long's hard-driving style may have grated on some, but Tom Rees' reassuring manner has forged an especially close bond with quarterback Ian Book → Read More

'Next Man In' mentality serves Notre Dame well in the face of injuries

While injuries short-circuited Stanford's season, Notre Dame found a way to cope by using the 'Next Man In' mentality with its talented reserves → Read More

U.S. Attorney General William Barr decries attacks on religious freedom in Notre Dame speech

Attorney General declines to take questions from media. Ukraine protest precedes semi-private religious freedom speech at Notre Dame's law school. → Read More

Notre Dame loses defensive end Daelin Hayes for the season to shoulder injury

Senior defensive end Daelin Hayes was off to a strong start before suffering labrum tear in his shoulder against Virginia → Read More

Big dudes have themselves a day as Notre Dame roars back for win over Virginia

Why do we so love to see the big dudes rumble downfield? Notre Dame's Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa explains → Read More

Pass rush carries Notre Dame to 35-20 comeback win over Virginia

A dominant second-half performance by the defense, however, carried 10th-ranked Notre Dame to a 35-20 comeback win on Saturday afternoon. → Read More

'Until we meet again': Chase Claypool honors his sister's memory with his play at Notre Dame

Notre Dame receiver Chase Claypool, who lost his older sister to suicide in 2011, tries to honor her memory with his play → Read More

Asmar Bilal's emergence for Notre Dame helped by the man he replaced — Drue Tranquill

lasting friendship buoys NFL rookie Drue Tranquill and his Notre Dame replacement Asmar Bilal, a Ben Davis graduate. → Read More

Brian Kelly: Notre Dame linebackers weren't faking injuries vs. Georgia

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly answers social-media speculation that his linebackers were faking injuries in loss to Georgia → Read More

Notre Dame laments missed chances, but believes it proved it can play with anyone

Heavy underdog Notre Dame sees its upset bid fall short in 23-17 loss at No. 3 Georgia → Read More

Georgia overcomes slow start, handles No. 7 Notre Dame

ATHENS, Ga. – This wasn’t a beatdown in the manner of Alabama in the 2012 BCS championship game or Clemson in last year’s College Football Playoff semifinal. In fact, Notre Dame had the ball with a chance to steal a season-defining road victory on its final possession. Still, the gap remains for the Fighting Irish whenever they go toe to toe with a member of the current Southern football… → Read More

Freshman safety Kyle Hamilton is making a sudden impact at Notre Dame

Those who know Kyle Hamilton best reflect on his path from the Marist School to budding stardom at Notre Dame → Read More

Notre Dame spent its offseason preparing for a game like Saturday's at Georgia

Grueling summer workouts help Notre Dame summon its 'road warrior mentality' as trip to No. 3 Georgia looms → Read More

His dad was All-SEC for Georgia, but Tommy Tremble spurned the Dawgs for Notre Dame

Notre Dame tight end Tommy Tremble, son of former Georgia All-SEC safety Greg Tremble, prepares for high-profile homecoming this weekend → Read More

After February arrest, Javon McKinley enjoying a resurgence at Notre Dame

After February arrest, wide receiver Javon McKinley is finally living up to his potential at Notre Dame → Read More