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Brian Kelly steps into his third season at Notre Dame once again looking for a quarterback who is the best fit for his spread offense. Sure sounds familiar.
He needs someone to run the offense quickly and efficiently and not commit crucial turnovers. The Irish threw 17 interceptions a year ago.
After back-to-back 8-5 seasons, Kelly has to find the right guy. He has benched Tommy Rees for the Sept. 1 opener against Navy and has three other quarterbacks in the mix with the program facing one of its most challenging schedules in years.
Everett Golson and Andrew Hendrix are battling for the starting job and Rees will challenge them both when he returns.
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Brian Kelly and the Golden Domers could end up having a spectacular season if they hang onto the football. Notre Dame has the talent to be a contender, but will they live up to it?
Junior quarterback Tommy Rees is back, but after having an off-season Notre Dame fans want to forget, will Rees be a part of the offense that Kelly needs him to be?
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It appears that Notre Dame and Adidas have improved the home blue jerseys for 2012. All of this talk about the Shamrock Series and Notre Dame's game against Navy in Dublin, Ireland...
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