Posted November 13, 2012 on notredame.scout.com
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly touched on a variety of topics at his weekly Tuesday press conference. Among those discussed: the opportunity to finish undefeated at home for the first time since 1998; potential post-season opportunities for Bob Diaco, self-evaluation of the head man in his third season, and a recruiting bump for a reason foreign to the program over the last two decades.
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