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Sophomore running back Damien Harris of Barea (Ky.) Madison Southern was offered by Notre Dame on Tuesday. His head coach explains what kind of player Harris is, who his leaders are, when he'll make a decision, and if a Notre Dame visit is in his future.
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Former Notre Dame linebacker clocked a 4.80 and 4.81 unofficiall forty-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine today.
The NFL just announced that Te’o's official time is 4.82.
LBs official 40-yard dash time are in: on.nfl.com/Tracker. Manti Te’o ran a 4.82 #NFLCombine
— NFL Media PR (@InsideNFLMedia) February 25, 2013
Te’o looked stiff and lacked explosiveness. While...
The scrutinizing of Manti Teo will continue after Mondays less-than-dazzling performance at the NFL Scouting Combine.
After Teo was unofficially timed at 4.80 in his second 40-yard dash, a shot of Ravens coach John Harbaugh shaking his head in the stands and mouthing "4.83" started trending on Twitter.
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