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The Eye in the Sky: 4th Quarter

IrishEyes' final look at the Notre Dame offense's performance vs. the Cougars Saturday night examines the Irish backups and a few flashes of brilliance from three first-year players.

Below is the final part of our four-column review of the Irish offensive game tape from Saturday night. Click here to read parts I, II, and III. First Drive/4th Quarter: Breakdown: The Irish managed just 16 yards on 4 snaps (1:27) and were forced to punt at midfield. ND 33 WSU 7 (Offset-I with James Aldridge at FB): Theo Riddick is the beneficiary of Aldridge's best block of the day, a...

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