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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.
Notre Dame forward Tim Abromaitis will miss the first four games of the regular season because he played in two exhibition contests three years ago before sitting out the rest of the year.
Notre Dame forward Tim Abromaitis will miss the first four games of the regular season because of a misunderstanding over an NCAA rule.
Notre Dame is deep, with the Big East player of the year and three others averaging in double figures.
Slowing down Ben Hansbrough hasn't been easy for any team all season and the Akron Zips know it.
It was almost a green sweep for the Fighting Irish when the Big East announced its biggest awards.
Ninety minutes before his final home game, Ben Hansbrough's emotions are toying with him. A part of his life is about to end. You wouldn't know it, though, because he is on the basketball court _ the place he enjoys most. He jumps up and down in exhilaration.
The son of former Notre Dame standout Joe Montana was among 11 Fighting Irish athletes arrested on misdemeanor charges of underage drinking at a party Friday night.
"They're as tough as any 10 seed that I've seen," said Tim Abromaitis, Notre Dame's second-leading scorer. "They're as big and physical as pretty much any team in the country. Obviously, that's going to pose a lot of issues for us."
"He has such great vision that, if you're open outside of the play we're in, he'll be able to find you," Abromaitis said.