Posted June 17, 2013 on
O'Malley ranks each of Notre Dame's official positions (special teams count, too), on the basis of each's starter strength, proven depth, and lastly, its potential.
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Notre Dame football kicks off in 74 days and it can't come soon enough. It's a tricky situation because you should never "wish your summer away," but then you have days where your emotion, anger, and proclivity towards drinking early in the morning are much more acceptable during the college football season.
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Taft School (Watertown, Conn.) class of 2015 quarterback Quentin Harris will be at Notre Dame on Friday, and he spoke about his expectations with IrishEyes.com.
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Notre Dame's football team adds 18 members this weekend when the remainder of head coach Brian Kelly's 23-player recruiting haul enrolls in summer school. With no (more) surprises expected, we peak ahead at the potential impact of each newcomer for 2013, in this, the second of a two-part series.
Defensive tackle Tim Settle of Manassas (Va.) Stonewall Jackson is quickly rising to the scene as a sophomore, and he talks about his most recent from from Notre Dame and what else he has planned this summer.
Perhaps the next in a long tradition of Notre Dame tight ends is Marist (Ill.) rising senior Nic Weishar. Check out the latest with Weishar and a big event coming up inside.
The conclusion of our series ranking Notre Dame's official positions includes a trio of special teams spots -- one featuring a rookie, the other an apprentice, and finally, a three-year thorn in the side of the program and its fans.