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Tom Colton to Release Newest Version of Fighting Irish Website


Tom Colton to Release Newest Version of Fighting Irish Website

College football guru Tom Colton will soon release an updated version of his website on the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team.

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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Fighting Irish football fans will soon be able to easily stay up to date on all things Irish thanks to an updated version of an up-and-coming online blog by college football guru Tom Colton.

Version 2.0 of Colton's website will come out a lot earlier than expected, debuting on Sept. 1 rather than in early 2019 -- just in time for the Irish college football season. The website was originally going to be placed behind a paywall. However, because the site received much more traffic than expected during the summer, the site will now be 100 percent free.

On the blog site, located at, readers can find out updates on Irish games and read Colton's opinions regarding game plays, coaches, and players. They will also be given the opportunity to provide their own thoughts about game plays as well.

Colton has long loved the University of Notre Dame along with its unique Irish traditions. However, he is especially enamored with the school's football program, which encouraged him to create his blog site. According to Colton, the Fighting Irish have a bright future with Jeff Quin as their offensive line coach. In fact, Colton predicts that the team will experience a national championship win once again.

In addition to highlighting one of the nation's most iconic and successful college football programs, Colton plans to use the blog to talk about college life in general at the University of Notre Dame.

The newest version of Colton's website will be easy to navigate, as Colton chose to keep the site relatively simple for today's football plans. The sites features just five chief pages, which include a page about Colton himself, his blog, a page on the history of the Fighting Irish, a page of Irish season predictions, and the main site page.


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