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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Why Kyle Rudolph and Michael Floyd Will Be Back For ND Football In 2011

Kyle Rudolph                                                    Michael Floyd

++  Both have unfinished business and things to prove concerning their college careers and Notre Dame.

++  The NFL is going to be very “iffy” in 2011. The threat of a lock-out or strike and the normal overall greed of the owners and players could make jumping early problematic and possibly pretty stupid.

++  Both have the tag of being injury prone during their first three seasons.

++  Both have played hurt and less than 100% which has effected there stats.

++  Neither lived up to 2010 preseason hype, All American billing and fan expectations.

++  Notre Dame Football is going to be exciting in 2011 with a good solid schedule and an obvious quarterback controversy.

++  The Team has a year of the Spread Offense and Brian Kelly under their belts. A victory in the Sun Bowl over Miami would be icing on the cake for closing out the 2010 season and laying the solid ground work for Spring Practice.

++  Rudolph had very serious surgery and will not be 100% ready for the NFL Combine.

++  Floyd’s mother wants him to complete his education.

++  Coach Kelly is actively recruiting them. It is suspected that the entire Notre Dame campus and ND Nation are as well.

++  Here are the lackluster, injury riddled receiving stats for 2010:

                              GP   No. Yards    Avg     TD   Long   Avg/G

FLOYD, Michael   11    73     916     12.5     10    80       83.3

RUDOLPH, Kyle   6     28     328      11.7     3      95        54.7

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