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Eye in the Sky: On the Ground

Our weekly film review of Notre Dame's rushing attack shows the good, the bad, and the promising in Saturday night's win over the Wolverines.

Click here for Part I and a look at the Irish passing attack. Notre Dame's opening play drive -- one play and one pick -- served as a precursor to an ugly opening quarter that featured just eight offensive snaps, six of them rushing plays. Tight end Tyler Eifert (inline) and WR Daniel Smith (boundary) started off strong, both executing seal blocks to give Cierre Wood room for 7 untouched yards...

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