Notre Dame did something they haven’t done all year. They went a whole game without turning the ball over. But, was it what we wanted it to be? Not according tlo head Coach Brian Kelly.
“I think that it could have been a two- or three-turnover game, that’s how close it is,” Kelly said of Notre Dame’s performance at Purdue. “We fumbled the snap on a third-and-short on a missed assignment. We threw a ball that went in and out of a defender’s hands. So even though we didn’t turn the football over, we’re as diligent and constant in talking about taking care of the football as we’ve ever been.” via ESPN
Notre Dame was close to a pick six last weekend; and to me, that could’ve been just the thing the struggling Purdue needed. Notre Dame has to realize that they still have a long way to go if they want to reach their goal of getting to a BCS game, starting with Air Force at home next Saturday.
Stay Tuned to SlapTheSign as we break down Air Force vs Notre Dame this Saturday.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@SlapTheSign) and Facebook (Slap The Sign).
Topics: Brian Kelly, College Football, College Football News, Daniel Battle, Dayne Crist, Espn, Espn College Football, Football, Irish, Michael Floyd, Notre Dame, Notre Dame Football, Notre Dame News, Quarterback Situation At Notre Dame, Slap The Sign, Tommy Rees