Brian VanGorder


SOUTH BEND, Ind. — It’s amazing how different Notre Dame’s one-possession wins were from Week 2 to Week 3.


CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Will Fuller felt like DeShone Kizer’s pass hung in the air “for a thousand years" as the clock cruelly inched toward single digits.


SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame’s defense allowed 11.5 points per game through the end of September last year, but its success was never sustainable.


1. Get in the backfield. Texas' offensive line was lousy last year, and it lost its most experienced starter and is breaking in two freshmen on Saturday.