Fighting Irish Confidence

In South Bend, Indiana, things are heating up pretty quickly to get ready for the season. The coaches seem to be very pleased with the new team members this year nicknaming them “The Group”;which consists of many players on the team who connect well not just on the field but also off the field. Freshmen and golden recruit, Jaylon Smith, will be suited up and ready to start in the Irish’s first game against Temple. Kelly also stated that in order to form a dynamic team, it takes humble players.

On another note, quarterback Malik Zaire is also member of this special group but won’t be able to contribute on the field due to an illness. Coach Kelly confirmed to the Chicago Tribune that Zaire has mononucleosis. Kelly’s main focus is to get started with a great first game against the Temple Owls (also independent) and to get Tommy Rees off to a great season.

Former football defensive end Phillip Daniels’ son DaVaris Daniels, is now a junior at Notre Dame. DaVarius had somewhat of an easy road in high school football. Due to his large frame, Daniel’s was able to excel over anyone who tried to cover him. In college football, this was not the case and so Daniel’s redshirted his first year to adjust to all the new changes. A successful season for Daniel’s is defined by whether or not he can pick up his reception total, 600 yards and hopefully enter the endzone at a minimum of 5 times.

As countdown to kickoff continues, Notre Dame should not be overlooked. Notre Dame is expecting to have a successful season, full of confidence.


One thought on “Fighting Irish Confidence

  1. mariyalewter

    I really liked this blog post. I especially like how you kind of profiled the new “group” and emphasized specific players. I think you could have added more to the end for a stronger ending, but other than that I think it was nice!


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