While Notre Dame didn't look too impressive on Saturday against Purdue, a number of future Irish opponents had some high-profile issues over the weekend.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Through two games, Notre Dame nose guard Jarron Jones has one and a half tackles for a loss, half a sack, two quarterback hurries and a forced fumble.
The day before Notre Dame's 31-0 thrashing of Michigan, the Irish received a special pep talk from a Golden Domer legend.
Through two games, one of the most noticeable differences about Notre Dame's offense with Everett Golson back is how little placekicker Kyle Brindza has been used.
Notre Dame has already played eight true freshman on defense and is playing a number of inexperienced sophomores and juniors on that side of the ball.