Found November 08, 2011 on
Notre Dame center Braxston Cave has been lost for the rest of the season.
Coach Brian Kelly said Tuesday that Cave will have surgery this week for a ligament problem in one of his feet. The senior starter left Saturday night's game against Wake Forest in the second quarter with what was described as a mid-foot sprain.
Cave had started the last 22 games. He has a year of eligibility remaining and Kelly said he would be back next season.
He will be replaced by senior Mike Golic Jr. who has played in 12 games but will make his first start Saturday at Maryland.
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In an era where ugly uniforms pop up all over the place in an attempt to make money and be unique, teams like Notre Dame remain classic for the most part. The standard gold helmets worn by the Irish are some of the best in the country. Teams like Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Alabama [...]
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One new helmet a year just isn't enough at Notre Dame anymore.
Notre Dame signed three players on the first day recruits were allowed to ink their national letters of intent, hauling in a class ranked as No. 16 by recruiting service Rivals.com
Notre Dame center Braxston Cave will miss the remainder of the season and undergo foot surgery.
Former University of Notre Dame football standout and 1987 Heisman Trophy winner Tim Brown today has been named by the NCAA as one of six former student-athletes to be recipients of its Silver Anniversary Award that annually recognizes distinguished individuals on the 25th anniversary of the conclusion of their college athletics careers.
The University of Notre Dame football team returns to the road this weekend for a Shamrock Series matchup with Maryland at FedEx Field in Washington, DC.