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Quarterback Tommy Rees looked sharp leading Notre Dame to a 28-6 victory over Temple on Saturday in South Bend, Indiana. Roughly two weeks after Everett Golson was banned in May for being a dunce, Irish head coach Brian Kelly announced that the 21-year-old Rees would start over Andrew Hendrix and Malik Zaire. The Irish’s most experienced passer didn’t disappoint Kelly and completed 16 of 23 attempts for 346 yards and three touchdowns against a feeble Owls squad. Rees has now thrown 37 scores, against 24 picks, for 4,759 yards over 34 appearances under center. In previous seasons, Rees had been … Continue reading →
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