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Saturday, December 1, 2012

Odd Man Out – Andrew Hendrix

Andrew Hendrix showing a BYU player what a stiff arms looks like
Things do not look good next year for quarterback Andrew Hendrix to crack the starting lineup unless injury or personal issues befall Everett Golson. 

Golson is in the process of blossoming into one of Notre Dame’s great quarterbacks.
Tommy Rees has accepted his role this year as backup and will finish out in that capacity.

Gunner Kiel has accepted his role this year as a red-shirt.  Gunner will battle for the starting job and grudgingly accept the backup role next year.
Malik Zaire is an early enrollee and will start conditioning in January and take reps. during spring training.  We are all waiting to check him out during the Blue – Gold Game in April.
You have to kind of envy Brian Kelly don’t you?  Consider his first two year when he had Dayne Crist, Nate Montana, Tommy Rees and Andrew Hendrix to work with.

It is decision time for Andrew.  He has had very limited playing time this year, just enough to burn a second year of eligibility.  Shown up for three games and was 5-7  passing and 55 yards.  Do you accept a red-hat role on a National Championship/BCS caliber team for the next two years or are you out?
Andrew has a good arm, fast legs and is a savvy football player.  It will be interesting to see what he decides.
Go IRISH.  Win the NC

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