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Notre Dame

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    Football, like life, is unfair.That is Kevin Hogan’s recollection from the breathtaking 2012 game between Stanford and Notre Dame when the Irish prevailed 20-13 after a goal-line stand in overtime at rain-soaked Notre Dame Stadium.
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    Brian Kelly is not John Calipari.Declining an opportunity to play politician, Kelly wouldn’t say whether his unbeaten Notre Dame squad has solidified itself as one of the nation’s best.
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    A day after Notre Dame gained 529 yards in a 31-15 win over Syracuse, Irish coach Brian Kelly praised his revamped offensive line.
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BCS countdown

Days until game: 28

More awards

Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o finished collecting postseason awards Sunday night, being named the Lott IMPACT Trophy winner. The Lott was Te’o’s record seventh postseason national award.

On Monday, Irish running back Theo Riddick was named the independent offensvie player of the week and kicker Kyle Brindza was named the independent special teams player of the week for games played Nov. 24 to Dec. 8.

– The Journal Gazette

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