SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame chewed on its two-point loss to Clemson a little longer than normal, with the disappointment festering beyond the 24 hours normally allotted after a game.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Sophomore tight end Tyler Luatua was cleared for contact Tuesday after missing Notre Dame’s last two games with a concussion.
Notre Dame entered a soaked Death Valley with a quarterback making his third career start, one who took third-string reps during spring practice earlier this year.
Notre Dame doesn’t have any margin for error. A loss at Clemson brimming with errors made that fact abundantly clear.
MacKensie Alexander and Clemson’s secondary put Will Fuller in a chokehold Saturday night, limiting the junior Irish receiver to just 37 yards on two catches.