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Last year’s dream season for Notre Dame ended up with a nightmare loss to SEC champion Alabama, 42-14, in the 2013 BCS National Championship Game. As you’d expect, the Irish have plans to make it back to the title tilt for a shot at redemption – so much so that they’ve already put the game on their schedule. The Chicago Tribune’s Brian Hamilton tweeted out a photo of the Irish’ 2013 schedule – which includes the 2014 BCS National Championship Game. #NotreDame planning a return trip, it seems, with Game 13. pic.twitter.com/S81END1gHt — Brian Hamilton (@ChiTribHamilton) August 2, 2013 It’s a strong move, no matter how you view the program’s success in 2012. Domers – is head coach Brian Kelly showing too much confidence in his group, or is this a good motivation tactic?
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Today, was the beginning of the college football season press conference for Brian Kelly and Notre Dame football. Obviously, last year’s starting QB Everett Golson is not a part of the team anymore. But when you lead a team to be 12-1, you’re still in the hearts of minds of your fans.
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A lot of the focus this off-season for Notre Dame has been put on the absence of last year's starting quarterback, Everett Golson, who has been suspended for some sort of academic violation. While the QB is a pretty important position on any team, the Fighting Irish still have plenty of play makers left.
Like senior wide receiver TJ Jones.
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