In-Tune With Bob Nagle
Bob Nagle is in his 38th year of broadcasting Notre Dame Sports, and over the years, has been the radio voice for Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, and Hockey
He has also hosted television coaches shows for 30 years with all sports on campus, including Notre Dame Spring Football, and was the emcee for Notre Dame football luncheons from 1992 to 2011. He has also covered High School football and basketball for the IHSAA Network, as well as for LeSea Broadcasting. Bob has several awards to his name: Honorary Notre Dame Monogram, Lindsay Nelson Broadcaster of the Year from the All-America Football Foundation, and Broadcaster of the Year from the Indiana Athletic Directors Association. Bob was inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
Currently, Bob is the radio voice for the Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Team.
Skylar Diggins, who played point guard for Notre Dame and is their all-time leading scorer with 2,357 points had some fun at the ESPY's!
Bob also tells us who the Gatorade player of the year is. The Fencing team, soccer team and LaCross team where also at the ESPYs.
Bob also talks about the Major league all star game, ND alum and more!
Shows us the new midfield logo,
The shamrock at the 25 yard line and the hash marks in the end zone and why there are 18 of them at a 42 degree angle. Can you guess why?
Bob also talks about a very old bible, where and how it was found.
Bob updates us on the World Pulse Festival at the Compton Family Ice Arena on the Campus of the University of Notre Dame.
We also find out the Chicago Blackhawks will be practicing there again in August. Get you Blackhawks gear out because they will be holding some open sessions!
Bob also filles us in on the Espy's and all the athletics around Notre Dame University.
Bob tells us about some great antique windows available from the Compton remodeling.
Also updates us on the Kelly Cares Foundation and gives us some Notre Dame University sports updates.
The University of Notre Dame will create a new position responsible for coordinating the university’s efforts to commercialize its research developments and launch them as businesses in and around South Bend.
He also updates us on the clean up after the latest storm especially the golf course and cemetery along with more information on what is happening around the University.
Bob Nagle updates us on the World Pulse Festival at the Compton Family Ice Arena on the Campus of the University of Notre Dame.
Fills us in on what is happening in Baseball camps and tournaments on the campus this summer and some of the construction and face lift that is going on.
Bob Nagle shares some exciting news about Notre Dame Football and the University of Georgia.
Also some big news about recruits like running back Josh Adams. Adams committed to the Irish on Monday, adding a much needed running back to the 2015 recruiting class.
At 6-foot-2, 210-pounds, Adams has size and speed that the Irish covet.
Defensive back Ashton White also pledged his commitment to the Irish on Tuesday evening. The one-time Virginia Tech commitment chose Notre Dame after being offered at the Irish Invasion camp.
He also talks about all the other camps going on around campus.
The Capital One Cup trophy is awarded to the best mens and women's Division I athletics programs in the country.
He also talks about the new Under Armour gear at Notre Dame and several other Number ones at Notre Dame.