Found May 10, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
It’s a four way battle to start at quarterback in Notre Dame, perhaps the most high profile position in all of college sports. But after upon further inspection, it’s most likely a two way competition this college football season. Last year’s starter Tommy Rees had the inside track to regain the position this year, but the charges he’s facing: underage drinking, resisting arrest and battery, means he’s likely fallen down the depth chart. Discipline problems like these are hard to ignore, and that will open up the door for the more inexperienced signal callers. Isn’t it time to get ‘experienced’ with Hendrix? Andrew Hendrix played some last year, throwing 18 of 37 for 247 yards, 1 TD, 2 picks. He also played in the Champs Sports Bowl loss to Florida State, going 3 of 8.  Is he the QB of the future? This is how he assessed his performance in Blue & Gold: “I started off strong, then threw an interception which is obviously not what you want, but the difference between this spring...
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