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Topic - Darius Fleming
With the turnovers still coming on offense, coach Brian Kelly and quarterback Tommy Rees have an emerging defense to thank for Notre Dame's first two victories of the season.
Brian Kelly relaxed after his first victory at Notre Dame as only a coach can. He tuned in to some more football, catching the second half of a game involving the school he led to an unbeaten record last season.
Notre Dame's leaky defense, the one that gave up yards in bunches a year ago _ especially during a four-game losing streak to end the season _ is pretty much old news. At least that's how Kerry Neal sees it.
"Not sure if he's going to tie his shoes. I don't know," Notre Dame linebacker Darius Fleming said.