Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but Notre Dame was red hot Tuesday night at the Joyce Center.
The Irish turned in one of their most dominating performances of the year in a 78-54 win over DePaul.
Just 12 days ago, the Irish lost a heartbreaking 67-66 decision to the Blue Demons.
Colin Falls led a balnced attack with 19 points, but five Irish players scored in double figures.
Freshman Tory Jackson just missed a double-double, pouring in 13 points while collecting nine rebounds.
The Irish find themselves 21-6 and 9-5 in the Big East, good enough for a fourth-place tie.
If Notre Dame can sweep its last two games, the Irish will have a bye for the first round of the Big East tourney.
16th-ranked Marquette visits the Joyce Center Saturday for a nationally-televised showdown.