It is just over a year since Brian Kelly has been named the new head coach at Notre Dame and his winning reputation caught the attention of his team. After a frustrating season, he brings the Irish to the Sun Bowl with a 7-5 record.
Notre Dame’s freshman quarterback Tommy Rees brought the Irish back from four turnovers to end an eight game losing streak against the Trojans.
Notre Dame receiver Michael Floyd is faced with the same decision that Golden Tate was last season. Does he return for his senior season or turn pro?
Saturday was Tommy Rees’ first start for Notre Dame as they faced Utah and the new QB did not disappoint. The Irish held the Utes to a meager three points while Rees threw three touchdown passes as Notre Dame finished 28-3.
Notre Dame has had a rough season and with a new quarterback taking Dayne Crist’s place, Brian Kelly is hoping for things to get better. The Fighting Irish face Utah for the first time Saturday and it won’t be easy for Notre Dame’s Tommy Rees’ first start.
Utah’s record might be intimidating for the struggling Irish, but Notre Dame’s chances of getting in a bowl aren’t shattered yet. If they can win two of the next three games, Notre Dame could make a bowl.
With Notre Dame’s quarterback Dayne Crist out for the season, coach Brian Kelly is turning to freshman Tommy Rees to start against Utah Saturday.
Brian Kelly’s announcement as Notre Dame’s head coach sparked a great deal of optimism among the Fighting Irish faithful. However, the season that has unfolded has been any thing but expected.
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Dayne Crist injured his knee during the first quarter in Saturday’s game and was taken out of the game. He has undergone a season-ending surgery, this is the second straight year he has injured one of his knees to cut his season short.
Notre Dame had remained ahead against Tulsa throughout most of the game. A field goal in the fourth quarter set Notre Dame behind, but it wasn’t over yet. The Irish was on their final drive for the win when an interception in the end zone with 36 seconds left put a stop to their drive.
Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist was injured after being forced out of bounds in the first quarter.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Talk about determined. Notre Dame quarterback Dayne Crist finished off an opening scoring drive against Michigan last week even though he couldn’t see out of his right eye. Crist acknowledged Wednesday […]