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Saturday, April 17, 2010

High School Junior to Enroll and Play Football for the Irish?

The most improbable recruiting story ever told.  Instead of regurgitating it and boring you, here it is in-total.

Kyle Brindza a class Junior high schooler is scheduled to graduate THIS June. Kyle is ready to forego his senior high school year of studies, proms, dating chicks, goofing-off and playing football for Plymouth High School in Canton Michigan as their premier all-around kicker.  Instead, he intends to enroll in the fall at Notre Dame. 

He got this idea from the UM who offered him an athletic scholarship. Coach Brian Kelly also recruiting Kyle found out about the offer from Michigan and countered with the same offer to Notre Dame.  Kyle accepted and verbally committed to the Irish.

Now it is up to the Notre Dame admissions office to approve his fall enrollment or defer it until January of 2011.  Either way, Kyle is Irish.

Go for it Kyle!  Turk, Walker, and Tausch need the competition and push. Competition breeds excellence. Something sorely lacking from the Irish kicking game in the immediate past.  Consistency in field goals, automatic touch backs, and 45+ yard punts with a 4.8 hang-time.

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