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Everett Golson and Andrew Hendrix have emerged as the front runners to be Notre Dame's starting quarterback.
Coach Brian Kelly said they're getting pretty much even work during drills, even though Golson got most of the reps with the first team during Wednesday's practice that was open to the media. Golson is a sophomore who did not play a year ago and Hendrix is a junior who appeared in five games last season.
Freshman Gunner Kiel is No. 3 right now, while last year's starter Tommy Rees is mostly a spectator in practice. Rees was suspended for the Sept. 1 opener against Navy in Dublin, Ireland, after he was involved in a scuffle with police.
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If you look closely, you can start to imagine what the uniforms for Notre Dame will be for the game against Navy in Dublin, Ireland. Factor in the now famous Irish Flag Cleat:
Our #irishflagcleats came in...they look awesome twitter...
The latest edition of the "Notre Dame Recruiting Blog" has updates on a number of prospects being recruited by the Irish.
It seems as if we say this every August, but is there a team in college football this season with a more intimidating, impossible schedule than Notre Dame?
As an independent, the Irish face a tougher-than-average docket every fall, but this year's agenda starts out challenging and only gets worse. When it's all played out, the difference between finishing 9-3 and 3-9 might...
Adidas unveiled retro-themed alternate uniforms for Notre Dame and Michigan when they met under the lights in Ann Arbor last season, and they're poised to do the same for Wisconsin and Nebraska when they meet in Lincoln next month. Here's the new look for the Badgers:
...and the Huskers' new digs:
I'm not a huge fan of the gigantic letter look...
Notre Dame linebacker pledge Alex Anzalone talks about his commitment to Notre Dame and the role other Irish pledges played during his recruitment, plus much more in our latest podcast.
Notre Dame has 19 committed players for the 2013 class, leaving little room for more. Still, there are needs to be filled and IrishEyes.com take a look at the remaining areas of need, and the series begins with a look at the running backs.
Tim O'Malley talks with Dave Berk about Notre Dame's practice on Wednesday as the Irish allowed the media an extended, two-hour look. This is a special "Free" edition of our podcast series.
Notre Dame's recruiting board is concentrated since the Irish have 19 commitments, including 11 on offense. IrishEyes.com is taking a look at the offered recruits remaining on the board, and the latest stop focuses on receivers.
Irisheyes.com updates its remaining numbers and targets for Notre Dame's 2013 recruiting class. Among the team's projected final four spots are two of great need and another that seems necessary when examining future rosters.