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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Andrew Hendrix
Tommy Rees is Notre Dame's starting quarterback again.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly isn't ready to name a starting quarterback for 2013 _ or 2014.
The only break Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly wants the Fighting Irish players taking this week is from classes.
Prized quarterback recruit Gunner Kiel is joining Notre Dame.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick is pleased with Brian Kelly's progress leading the football program _ and the reward adds up to five more years.
Notre Dame's goal of making a BCS bowl lives. The Irish are on a roll with a four-game winning streak heading into a bye week before playing Southern California at home.
Dayne Crist has regained his role as Notre Dame's starting quarterback, surviving a second knee surgery, arduous rehab and a strong challenge from teammate Tommy Rees during a close a competition for one of college football's marquee positions.
Notre Dame has picked senior Dayne Crist as the starting quarterback.
Notre Dame's quarterback derby has evolved into a two-man showdown between Dayne Crist and Tommy Rees.
Brian Kelly sees progress every day. His players know where to line up and how he likes to practice after more than a year in his system. That's a start for the Notre Dame coach headed into his second season of the high-profile job.
Notre Dame has a quarterback controversy and coach Brian Kelly figures it might last a while.