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USF at Notre Dame Predictions/Updates


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There is a special interest hook in this one, but not as prominent as the one in 2011 with Skip Holtz leading the Bulls into South Bend. Charlie Weis Jr. is the new offensive coordinator at USF. 

Weis did say in his media session that it will be weird hearing the fight song from the other sideline. 

I am always cautiously optimistic, but ND is looking for revenge for 2011. 

USF's QB situation is still in flux. Last week's starter, Jordan McCloud was 11 or 16 for 68 yards and a TD, but he shared time with graduate transfer Noah Johnson. Johnson is definitely a running quarterback going 3-4 for 24 yards passing and rushing 7 times for 49 yards, one of those for a TD. Late in the game true freshman Katravis March was 4-5 for 10 yards. Cade Fortin, a North Carolina transfer, was inactive for the opener, but could play this week. The Bulls only had 102 yards passing as opposed to 326 yards rushing. 

The USF defense gave up 284 yards to the triple option run by The Citadel. 

Kyren Williams will run all over them. Ian Book and the first team should be on the sideline after the first drive of the 3rd at the latest. 

Having said all that, I sure wish we were up there. We had an absolute blast in 2011. 

 

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On 9/17/2020 at 1:29 PM, swamprat said:

Kyren Williams will run all over them. Ian Book and the first team should be on the sideline after the first drive of the 3rd at the latest.

You called it. Notre Dame leads 35-0 at the half.

Aside from the scoreboard, the Irish have a decided edge in yardage (279 to 65) and first downs (15 to 1). Total dom domination so far.

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