Help is on the Way!!!!

Posted: November 25, 2013 by epschoet in Uncategorized

Rees Snow

Tommy Rees ran onto Notre Dame’s field for the last time on Saturday, that is the good news. The problem is that now he must travel to Palo Alto and face a very good Tree defense. Without Tommy Rees this year, Notre Dame probably would have only won 5 or 6 games. the Irish pulled out a solid victory against those non-drinking Christians. What was very surprising is how the Irish only gave up 13 points to a potent BYU offense. What was not surprising is that Tommy Rees threw another interception in the end zone. I was really surprised that BYU was favored in the game. I figured ND would have been a 2 or 3 point favorite. A couple of stats that have went under the radar in the Kelly era: The Irish are 13-1 in the last 14 home games and the Irish are 12-2 in the last 14 games in November.

Over the weekend Kelly was able to get a verbal commitment from of the top dual threat QB’s for the 2015 class. Kelly seems to be getting away from recruiting the classic pro style quarterbacks and focusing on signal callers who can both pass and run. Once Kiel transferred during the spring, Kelly has received a commitment from DeShone Kizer a 6’4′ 205lbs from Ohio and Blake Barnett a 6’4″ 210lbs dual threat QB from California. Kelly also redshirted(I know…Notre Dame doesn’t redshirt) Malik Zaire a 6’1″ 205lb lefty signal caller out of Ohio.

So what does this mean?

golson #5

Everett Golson will have 2 years of eligibility left starting next year. Golson will be able to practice with the Irish next month. The offense should be very productive for years to come with talented QB’s, great OL, RB’s, and WR’s. Just think when the Irish take the field in 2015, they will have the following QB’s on their roster:

2015  Everett Golson(1 year of eligibility), Malik Zaire(3 years), Deshone Kizer(redshirt freshman 4 years left), and Blake Barnett(freshman 4 years). In all honesty, I think all four of these QB’s would of started over Tommy Rees. Below are the video of the signal callers soon to be on the Notre Dame’s roster.


DeShone Kizer

Blake Barnett


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