Solon takes you through the good, the bad, and the ugly or Notre Dame’s week 2 loss to Georgia.
The defense did a lot of good things against Temple which Mike Elko can be happy about. It held Temple to an average performance, allowing only 330 total yards and keeping the running game in check all day with 85 yards on the ground.
First thing’s first, NBC did a great job producing the season opener. The pregame show production “The House That Rockne Built” that was hosted and narrated by Jerome Bettis was phenomenal.
Three things Notre Dame’s coaches must continue to work on in 2017 for the Irish to have a great season.
If Notre Dame makes strides in generating a pass rush, sound tackling, and clear communication on the field the 2017 defense could be good enough.
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Notre Dame’s 2018 class is rising in national ranking but the lack of defensive back commitments is a concern.
With Jayson Oweh pushing back his commitment date it’s good new for Notre Dame. Oweh’s plans to commit at the Under Armour game.
Fans will always be looking for that elite pass rushing prospect that could change the dynamic of the defense. Maybe he’s already committed.
A look at football prospects at Notre Dame’s 2017 Irish Invasion camp and some potential commitments to the 2018 class.