Tom Colton to Release Updated Fighting Irish Blog Site for Fans

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College football expert Tom Colton will soon update his already-popular Fighting Irish blog website to further enhance the user experience.

College football fans -- specifically, Fighting Irish fans -- can soon take advantage of a newly enhanced Fighting Irish blog website created by college football expert Tom Colton. The current website is already soaring -- just like the Fighting Irish football team -- but upcoming updates to the website are expected to take the site even higher in the minds of fans.

Colton launched versions 1.0 and 2.0 of the website earlier this year, and since then, the website has achieved numerous number-one rankings across all of the major search engines. This motivated Colton to update the website a third time -- just in time for the college football playoffs.

As part of the upcoming round of updates, online readers can expect more content, social media integration, and other surprises that Colton will announce closer to the version 3.0 release date. The website is already 100 percent free and is relatively easy to navigate -- two qualities that have elicited praise from many fans.

On the blog website, located at, visitors can find out the latest news regarding the Fighting Irish games. They can also delve into Colton’s opinions about various game plays, players, and coaches. Colton additionally welcomes readers to share their own insights about the team’s process and progress as the season move forward under the leadership of Head Coach Brian Kelly and Assistant Coach Jeff Quinn.

Colton said he is a long-time fan of the University of Notre Dame as a whole due to its distinct Irish traditions. However, the university’s famous football program is especially important to him -- so important that he felt motivated to create a blog website dedicated to it. He looks forward to continuing to keep readers abreast on new developments in this successful and iconic college football program this fall and in the seasons ahead.

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