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Monday, September 20, 2010

Accentuate the Positive

The warriors have long since ceased fighting and withdrawn from the field of honor. Some of us were inclined to have then walked the battlefield and bayoneted the wounded. Time is now to accentuate the positive and move on.

Go IRISH beat The Cardinal.

**  With his sixth reception on the night, Armando Allen moved into first place all-time on the Irish receptions record for running backs. He bested the previous school record of 109 held by Darius Walker (2004-06).

**  Dayne Crist continued to improve and set career-highs in completions (32), attempts (55), passing yards (369) and touchdown passes (four). The four TD passes is tied for sixth-most in ND single-game history. No Notre Dame quarterback has ever thrown for more TD passes in his first career start on the road.

**  Crist’s 32 completions rank tied for the fourth-most in single-game ND history and his 55 attempts rank as the fifth-most in single-game Irish history.

**  With 18 career TD catches, Michael Floyd is now tied with Maurice Stovall (2002-05) for sixth on the Irish all-time TD receptions list.

**  Kyle Rudolph hooked up with Crist for a 17-yard reception in the first quarter. He moved into fourth place on the all-time receiving list for Irish tight ends on the grab.

**  Armando Allen averaged 5.5 yards per carry.

**  Ben Turk punted five times for 181 yards averaging 36.2 yards per punt and placed three within the 20 yard line.

**  David Ruffer kicked off five times, averaging a respectful 67.2 yards per kick, including one touchback. He is 10-10 kicking field goals going back to 2009.  David is also perfect with extra points.

**  Manti Te’o had his second consecutive 10 + tackle effort.

**  Theo Riddick has arrived; he had 10 catches for 128 yards and one touchdown.

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