Notre Dame 31 Michigan 35

In a game where Notre Dame was up by 17 at one point, loose to Michigan with a game losing touchdown catch by Roy Roundtree with just two seconds left in the game. The biggest disappointment for Notre Dame was the turnovers yet again.

The Irish gave up 5 turnovers for the second week in a row. This is just inexcusable. If Notre Dame took care of the football. I would be talking about a 2-0 start and our BCS dreams coming into formation. But; instead, we are 0-2 and the window of opportunity to winning a BCS game is getting more and more narrow. Certainly, this was a disappointing game and it will be a long week for Notre Dame.

Here’s the stats from last nights game:

Team Stat Comparison

 Team

Notre Dame

Michigan

1st Downs 28 16
3rd down efficiency
8-14 3-9
4th down efficiency
0-0 0-0
Total Yards 513 452
Passing 315 338
Comp-Att
27-39 11-24
Yards per pass
8.1 14.1
Rushing 198 114
Rushing Attempts
33 26
Yards per rush
6.0 4.4
Penalties 9-75 9-82
Turnovers 5 3
Fumbles lost
3 0
Interceptions thrown
2 3
Possession 37:01 22:59

Topics: Brian Kelly, College Football, College Football News, Daniel Battle, Dayne Crist, Espn, Espn College Football, Football, Irish, Manti T'eo, Michael Floyd, Michigan, Notre Dame, Notre Dame Football, Notre Dame News, Quarterback Situation At Notre Dame, Slap The Sign, Tommy Rees

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