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Topic - Jerian Grant
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — T.J. Warren scored 17 points and North Carolina State outscored Notre Dame 25-9 at the free-throw line to beat the Fighting Irish 77-70 Tuesday night.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Eric Atkins scored seven of his 19 points during a decisive 20-4 run to lead Notre Dame to a 79-77 upset of No. 7 Duke on Saturday in the Atlantic Coast Conference debut for the Fighting Irish.
Former DeMatha (Md.) guard Jerian Grant is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame due to an academic-related issue, the school announced on Sunday.
The Blue Devils earned 50 of 54 first-place votes from media members Wednesday. Syracuse — which joins the ACC along with Pittsburgh and Notre Dame from the now-defunct Big East — was picked second and earned three first-place votes, while North Carolina was picked third and earned the last one.
After two months of playing mostly lightweight opponents and two weeks off for Christmas break, No. 21 Notre Dame is ready to begin its quest of trying to win its first Big East title before departing for the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Maybe coach Mike Brey's biggest surprise during Notre Dame's nine-game winning streak was picking up a technical foul. Unhappy with a call as the Irish were negotiating their way through a physical stretch of play against West Virginia, Brey nearly lost his seat on the bench.
"I was upset with him that week because maybe he wasn't as engaged. But he has been a big-game guy for us and every game on the schedule is big now. We've got 18 games on the schedule now and they're all big," he said.