Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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  • Passing Yards
    94th
    254.3 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    136th
    163.3 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    100th
    417.6 YPG
  • Indiana RB Camion Patrick, LB T.J. Simmons medical hardships
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    Indiana RB Camion Patrick, LB T.J. Simmons medical hardships

    Indiana running back Camion Patrick and linebacker T.J. Simmons will not return to the team this fall after being granted medical hardships, the program announced Monday. Both players would be fifth-year seniors in 2017. Simmons appeared in 37 games with 35 starts before suffering a season-ending injury that knocked him out of the 2016 campaign entirely. He collected 213 tackles, six sacks, 16.5 TFLs, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery as a Hoosier. Simmons will remain with the program as a student assistant. “T.J. was a three-year starter and a tough kid that I was looking forward to coaching,” head coach Tom Allen said in a statement. “He did everything that he could to get himself

  • This Guy Plays Notre Dame Football: #88 Javon McKinley
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    This Guy Plays Notre Dame Football: #88 Javon McKinley

    Javon McKinley #88, a sophomore wide receiver from Corona, California, is our next Notre Dame Fighting Irish player to profile. Last year, Javon played in some games, particularly on special teams in the early part of the season. Unfortunately, he suffered a broken leg in October, and he had to sit out the rest of the season. With his known skills, he had taken reps in spring ball, but getting overlooked by the other big name receivers for this coming season. 3 Things to Know About Javon McKinley He was in the list of Top 60 players coming from California in his recruiting class. He helped to bowl for charity, getting a score of 121. Fellow OFD writer Austin Gallagher put Javon on the watch list

  • Urban Meyer on College Football Playoff loss to Clemson: That ship has sailed, it’s gone
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    Urban Meyer on College Football Playoff loss to Clemson: That ship has sailed, it’s gone

    Ohio State may have won the inaugural College Football Playoff national championship, but its most recent trip to the postseason tournament was not nearly as much fun. The Buckeyes were blanked by eventual national champion Clemson, 31-0. Asked whether or not that plays into the mental approach to the upcoming 2017 season, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer suggested that loss is no longer thought about. “That ship has sailed. It’s gone,” Meyer said. “Professionally, it changed how we do some business on offense, and we’re moving forward.” Ohio State has added former Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson as offensive coordinator, with Meyer noting that Wilson is the first offensive coordinator to be