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Tate AFCA All-American

The dynamic wide receiver is the first Irish offensive player selected to AFCA All-America team since Aaron Taylor in 1993.

The following is a release courtesy Notre Dame Athletics: WACO, Texas – University of Notre Dame junior wide receiver Golden Tate has been named to the 2009 AFCA Coaches' All-America Team announced Thursday by the American Football Coaches Association. Tate becomes the 49th Notre Dame player and the 56th selection to the AFCA All-America Team. Only Oklahoma has had more players named (52) and...

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