By: Tony Andracki, Scott Krinch and Mark Strotman
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- DaVaris Daniels doesn't want to be the next Michael Floyd, or Golden Tate, or Jeff Samardzija. But he does want to be the next great wide receiver at Notre Dame.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The last time Tommy Rees was handed the keys to Notre Dame's offense, he had a pair of first-round weapons to work with.
Tyler Eifert caught 113 passes and nine touchdowns in 2011 and 2012, but will be 250 miles south with the Cincinnati Bengals when Notre Dame fall camp opens in early August.
When Devin Hester was declaring that he would consider retiring in the wake of the Lovie Smith firing, the assumption was that it had to do with Smith being ousted.