New blog!

We have finally left 2001 and gotten ourselves a new Web site. It’s the same address as the old one,, but it’s much cooler and looks much better. The nice thing is, we’ve got a blog that’s attached to our site now as opposed to this, which takes you fine readers one extra click to get to. We felt that was too much work, so we have created a new blog on our main Web site.

It can be found here:

Thanks for reading/putting up with us, and we hope you continue to do so on our new blog.


Notes from updated Irish depth chart

Notre Dame released its updated depth chart for this weekend’s game against Navy tonight, and on the injury front there are a few things of note:

  • Sophomore wide receiver Michael Floyd is not listed on the depth chart. Floyd underwent a CAT scan today, so it’s possible that Weis just didn’t have the results before he set the depth chart. Weis had previously indicated that if today’s test came back 100 percent, and he anticipated it would, Floyd would play against the Midshipmen. Check back tomorrow after Weis’ press conference at noon for an update.
  • Fifth-year senior Evan Sharpley is listed as the backup to Jimmy Clausen, indicating that Dayne Crist will miss some time after a knee injury against Washington State Saturday night. Again, we’ll find out tomorrow the true extent of the injury.
  • As expected, senior Dan Wenger is listed ahead of sophomore Trevor Robinson at the right guard position. Robinson suffered what Weis described as a “low ankle sprain” against the Cougars.