Defense takes down offense in Blue-Gold Game

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The defense performed above expectations considering they had a limited Manti Te’o, Kapron Moore, and Stephon Tuiit. The defense only allowed 1 rushing touchdown and 3 passing touchdowns. The corners played very well, only allowing 2 50+ passes. Safety Jamoios Slaughter had this to say about Saturday’s game as a whole.

Apr. 21, 2012; South Bend, IN, USA; Members of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish run onto the field for the spring game at Notre Dame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-US PRESSWIRE

“We got a lot of work done both defensively and offensively, but we still have more to do. We’ll carry what we did today over to the summer.”

For the game’s box score, click here.  

We won’t learn everything about next year’s team based on yesterday’s game. This was just a good way for players to be evaluated in real game scenarios. What did you take out of the game? Who impressed you the most?





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Topics: 2012, Big East, Brian Kelly, College Football, College Football News, FanSided, Irish, Ncaa Football, Notre Dame, Notre Dame Blue-gold Game, Notre Dame Football, Notre Dame News, Quarterback Situation At Notre Dame

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