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In short, yes, Andrew Hendrix (or that type of athlete) is the future at quarterback for Notre Dame. Now, whether it be Hendrix or Golson in 2012 remains to be seen. In fact, there is still one more game in 2011 that needs to be played. Will Brian Kelly start Tommy Rees in the bowl game? Perhaps that is the biggest question looming right now.I'll get more into the Hendrix VS. Rees debate for the bowl game soon enough. For now, here is a video of what Notre Dame's offense should look like in the future. Keep in mind that Hendrix had not seen a whole lot of snaps at all this season, and he was redshirted last year. There is hope:
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This was a tweet sent by Te'o earlier today. Although it is of course a bit cryptic, it is just another sign that the Notre Dame linebacker may be joining the NFL Draft a year early. Over the past few weeks, Manti has received messages from teammates in various forms of goodbye in other tweets.
Te'o has not stated publicly if he has even made a decision, but it is...
Former Notre Dame assistant coach Corwin Brown officially notified a judge Wednesday that he plans to defend himself against charges of striking his wife and holding her hostage by claiming he has a mental defect caused by brain injuries he sustained while playing football in the NFL and college.
Part II of our look at Notre Dame’s need to balance its bowl game preparations, including a heavy dose of future planning.
For the third time this year, three Notre Dame women's basketball players -- junior guard Skylar Diggins (South Bend, Ind./Washington), senior guard Natalie Novosel (Lexington, Ky./Lexington Catholic) and fifth-year senior forward Devereaux Peters (Chicago, Ill./Fenwick) -- have received recognition on a national player of the year award watch list, as the trio are among a group...
SOUTH BEND, IND. (AP) - Former Notre Dame assistant coach Corwin Brown officially notified a judge Wednesday that he plans to defend himself against charges of striking his wife and holding her hostage by claiming he has a mental defect caused by brain injuries he sustained while playing football in ...
Jerian Grant scored 16 points for Notre Dame (5-3) and Pat Connaughton added 11.