SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Notre Dame’s tight ends will enter the 2015 season with one catch for seven yards to their collective names.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — About a third of the way through spring practice, junior-to-be Durham Smythe appears to have a grip on Notre Dame’s No. 1 tight end job.
For the third straight year, Notre Dame will have to replace its No. 1 tight end.
Notre Dame’s offense will return nine of its 11 regular starters during the 2014 regular season, with only tight end Ben Koyack and right tackle Christian Lombard needing to be replaced.
A few days after keeping a Bishop Gorman graduate in South Bend, Notre Dame landed a major commitment from the Las Vegas-based high school.