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Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Brian Kelly and the 2013 version of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Football team are ready to put 2012 behind them and move forward to create a new identity while continuing to do what Notre Dame Football is supposed to do... win.
“You’ll see a team that has a different personality than last year.”
“Last year we had some bold personalities."
"This is a group that comes to work every single day with a consistency. I think that’s what I see more than anything else. I know what I’m going to get from them every single day. It’s a deeper group in the sense that there’s not just one personality.”
Notre Dame certainly lost a lot of production on both sides of the ball, but they return enough talent to put the pieces back together for another possible BCS run.
It all starts with leadership...
I'm honored to announce your 2013 @NDFootball Captains - #70 Zack Martin, #2 Bennett Jackson, and #7 TJ Jones. #GoIrish
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