(WSCR) – Notre Dame’s nose guard Ian Williams and inside linebacker Carlo Calabrese were injured during the second half of Saturday’s game against Navy. They were scheduled to receive MRIs Sunday to determine the extent of their injuries.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Notre Dame nose guard Ian Williams and inside linebacker Carlo Calabrese were scheduled for MRI exams Sunday after being injured in the the second half of the Irish’s 35-17 loss to Navy.
Williams hurt his left leg and was sporting a brace on the sideline Saturday after leaving the game. The exact nature of the injury was not known.
Calabrese hurt his hamstring, coach Brian Kelly said Sunday. Wide receiver T.J. Jones, who moved to the slot on Saturday with Theo Riddick sidelined by an ankle injury, also had a tender hamstring but was doing OK Sunday. Kelly said Jones was bothered by fatigue more than anything.
The Irish also played Saturday without injured leading receiver Michael Floyd (hamstring).
Notre Dame (4-4) will play Tulsa at home this Saturday before having a bye week.
Updated October 24, 2010