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Daily Linkage – Wednesday 9/8
Posted By Jordan Lauterbach On Sep 8 2010 @ 11:57 am In Notre Dame | No Comments
Today we have some injury news, more on Brian Kelly, and a few things on Michigan as we get set for Saturday
Sidebar: Containing Robinson will be a huge challenge for the Notre Dame defense. If they let him move around like Tate Forcier did in the game last year, or even Rob Marve did last week, it may not be pretty for the Irish. This will be way more of a litmus test for the defense than Purdue was.
Sidebar: Give the ball to Cierre Wood!
This date is Notre Dame history: 1984- Gerry Faust loses the 1984 opener against Purdue 23-21 in the Indiana Hoosier Dome. – Thanks irishlegends.com!
Enjoy Wednesday. 3 days until Michigan.
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 Darius Flemming returns to practice after cramping up on Saturday. He’s hopeing that he can contain Denard Robinson better then Tate Forcier – South Bend Tribune: http://www.southbendtribune.com/article/20100908/SPORTS13/100909636/-1/googleNews
 Brian Kelly is still getting used to the whole “coaching Notre Dame” thing – Detroit Free Press: http://www.freep.com/article/20100908/SPORTS06/9080389/1354/Notre-Dames-Brian-Kelly-keeps-even-keel-heading-into-Michigan-game
 Denard Robinson doesn’t want to hear about how awsome he is – Detroit Free Press: http://www.macon.com/2010/09/07/1256224/michigans-robinson-focused-on.html
 However, this years defense has a much different look – Chicago Tribune: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-09-07/sports/ct-spt-0908-notre-dame-football--20100907_1_irish-defense-blitz-irish-coach
 Brian Kelly hated his play – calling against Purdue – WNDU: http://www.wndu.com/hometop/headlines/102376129.html
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