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Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly has bigger things to worry about right now than defending national champion Alabama.
The third year of a head coach's tenure is a Notre Dame bellwether.
No, the exultations aren't entirely correct after Notre Dame's 30-13 defeat of Oklahoma on Saturday.
The words "Play Like a Champion Today" are plastered on the walls leading from the locker room to the field at both No. 5 Notre Dame and No. 8 Oklahoma, a rich piece of tradition the storied schools happen to share.
There was a time during Bob Stoops' tenure as Oklahoma coach that the notion of letting the fullback run the ball was dismissed without much consideration. Why give the ball to a blocker when the running back had so much more playmaking potential?
This is what it used to feel like at Notre Dame. The exhilaration, the hope _ days likes these once were a regular part of fall on campus as much as the annual burst of colors on the main quad.
Navy's trans-Atlantic trip started with a hiccup, the first of many distractions the Midshipmen will have to fend off this weekend as they prepare to open their season against Notre Dame on Saturday.
Tim Jefferson has more wins as a starter than any quarterback in Air Force history. He's 24-11 when taking the first snaps.
Fill up the stadium and strike up the band. That's when Notre Dame linebacker Carlo Calabrese plays his best football.