Rich Hidy

All You Need to Know About the Irish Football Class of 2018

With the 11th ranked recruiting class in the country, this year’s football recruiting class looks promising and hopes to ensure successful football seasons in the coming years.

Why This Is a Better Year

Rich Hidy explains why this year’s women’s basketball team is better than last year’s, despite losing some key players.

Top Five Notre Dame Sports Moments of 2013

Rich Hidy takes a look at the top five sports moments for 2013 in Notre Dame Athletics.

Basketball Team Moves on Without Grant

Rich Hidy reports on Notre Dame’s Men’s basketball team and how they are handling the loss of their leading scorer.

Catching Up With Jeni Houser

Rich Hidy spends some time with Jeni Houser, a junior on the volleyball team here at Notre Dame.

Ryan Relishing Notre Dame Experience

Sports Editor Rich Hidy sits down for a conversation with senior swimmer Kelly Ryan.

Versatile Roccaro Leads Program On The Rise

Rich Hidy interviews Irish Soccer Star Cari Roccaro and asks her how her season has gone and on her ambitions for the post-season.

This Week in Notre Dame Sports: Staff Picks

Tim and Rich share their opinions on Notre Dame Sports — notably, Rich does not have confidence in the Hockey team to sweep Minnesota and Tim fears an Irish Women’s Soccer loss.

Yi Braces for Defense of Title

“Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!”

Last year’s heavyweight final was not that epic, but the Bengal Bouts thriller between Mike Broghammer and Daniel Yi may have rivaled the 1973 bout between Foreman and Frazier in excitement.

Recall Rocky IV and the showdown between Drago and Rocky as the 6’9”, 245 pound Broghammer towered over the technically-sound Yi by seven inches. Yi punished Broghammer very early with two right hooks to the face, and Broghammer stayed on the floor of the ring and could not regain his balance.

Notre Dame Football Predictions, Continued

In the last edition of the Rover, Sports Editor Rich Hidy and Politics & Economics Editor Tim Bradley took stabs at predicting Notre Dame’s season record. Sitting on a 3-1 record after a narrow escape over Michigan State, the Irish now look ahead to battling Oklahoma on Saturday in South Bend. Remember, both Hidy and Bradley have picked Notre Dame to beat the Sooners before dropping their second game to the Sun Devils in early October.