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Monday, May 24, 2010

The Green Line - Your Chance to Comment

Well the football Dead Zone has definitely spread itself over the Notre Dame Football landscape. The students have all scattered for the summer or graduated to a life of paying taxes. Team members are taking a break at home before summer school or working out in private sessions.

Dayne Crist is making the most of the short period before summer classes starting mid-June to throw the ole pigskin around in California to a number of teammates he has invited to his house. Rotating in are Kyle Rudolph, Duval Kamara, John Goodman, Michael Floyd and Shaquelle Evans over a three week period. This is something Jimmy Clausen did last year by working out with Rudolph, Floyd, and Golden Tate. I suspect it is something being done all over the college football scene to stay in shape, work on the playbook and tighten up on the passing patterns.

Anyone have thoughts on:

 ** Mike Ragone and his chances of ever suiting up to play for Notre Dame?

 ** Positive results from the Blue-Gold Game?

 ** Brian Kelly’s 2011 verbal recruits so far?

 ** Where the Big Ten (11) is going with expansion?

 ** What are Notre Dame's options if the Big East Conference folds?

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