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Going deep inside the world of a different college football program each season and following the players and coaches as their respective season-long journeys unfold.

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After losing to Ohio State in the Fiesta Bowl, coach Brian Kelly offers one final locker room speech to his Fighting Irish team, who persevered to finish off a great season despite injuries and other obstacles.
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The team's playoff dreams are cut short after losing their second game, but they wait for their NCAA bowl game matchup.
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The Fighting Irish take in Fenway Park when they arrive in Boston for their Shamrock Series matchup against the Boston College Eagles.
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Quarterback DeShone Kizer regrets off-target passes during the coverage of the victory over Wake Forest.
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In spite of being sidelined for an ankle injury since week two, Malik Zaire remains competitive, and tries to contribute to the team's success.
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The team works to make their November memorable.
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During a mid-season break, the players are given the opportunity to see family and recharge their batteries.
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The team rallies for seventeen fourth quarter points to defeat the Trojans, a year after a devastating loss.
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The Fighting Irish take on their longest-standing rival, the Navy football team, in a fierce battle for a spot in the College Football Playoff.
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The team suffers their first loss of the season in Clemson's Death Valley; coach Brian Kelly shares his expectations for the team.
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Injured quarterback Malik Zaire talks to the offensive coordinator about working on his game after suffering a fractured ankle.
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The University of Notre Dame's football team strives for a national championship.
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The University of Notre Dame's football team strives for a national championship.
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The University of Notre Dame's football team strives for a national championship.
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The team battles their archrivals, the Black Knights of Army.
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The team prepares for the annual Army-Navy game.
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USNA's Midshipmen face off against University of Houston's Cougars.
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The Midshipmen battle rival Notre Dame and the Fighting Irish.
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Navy's Midshipmen host longtime SMU rivals, the Mustangs.
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USNA Midshipmen play Temple Owls in Philadelphia.
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USNA Midshipmen play the Knights of UCF.

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