duke or notre dame college basketball most win series??
As of the 2008 season, Notre Dame leads the series 42-32-5.
In modern times, Notre Dame was 2-8 (.200) twice, 1956 and 1960. By win percentage, Notre Dame was 0-3 (.000) in 1887, which is also generally regarded as the first season of football for Notre Dame.
Total Meetings (4) Notre Dame Won 3 times and lost once
845-295(.733) And 42 ties. Notre Dame is second all time with win percentage just behind Michigan.
In eleven seasons, Lou Holtz's record at Notre Dame was 100-30-2. (76.5% winning percentage.)
Angelo Bertelli in 1943
Tim Brown in 1987
The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame had a BYE week and did not play on October 10, 2009.
If you are referring to the song Notre Dame Our Mother the lyrics are as follows. Notre Dame, our Mother Tender, strong and true Proudly in the heavens, Gleams thy gold and blue. Glory's mantle cloaks thee Golden is thy fame, And our hearts forever, Praise thee, Notre Dame. And our hearts forever, Love thee, Notre Dame. The Notre Dame Victory March lyrics are: Rally sons of Notre Dame, Sing her glory, and sound her fame Raise her Gold and Blue, And cheer with voices true, Rah! Rah! For Notre Dame. We will fight in every game Strong of heart and true to her name. We will ne'er forget her And we'll cheer her ever, Loyal to Notre Dame. Chorus: Cheer, cheer for Old Notre Dame Wake up the echoes cheering her name, Send the volley cheer on high, Shake down the thunder from the sky, What though the odds be great or small Old Notre Dame will win over all, While her loyal sons are marching Onward to Victory.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish because they are the best ever.
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The University of Notre Dame was founded by the French Brothers of the Holy Cross, hence the traditional name of Notre Dame du Lac (translated to Notre Dame of the Lake). We are located in Notre Dame, Indiana. We are known as the Fighting Irish. We are not an Irish school and there is no record as to how we got the name Fighting Irish. One story, the most likely, is that there were a lot of Irish people settling in this part of the country and the Irish are known for their fighting as much as they are for their drinking. "Another tale has the nickname originating at halftime of the Notre Dame-Michigan game in 1909. With his team trailing, one Notre Dame player yelled to his teammates - who happened to have names like Dolan, Kelly, Glynn, Duffy and Ryan - "What's the matter with you guys? You're all Irish and you're not fighting worth a lick." Notre Dame came back to win the game and press, after overhearing the remark, reported the game as a victory for the "Fighting Irish." (from the ND Athletic website)" So in short, yes have a French ancestry and an Irish tradition.