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You know how teams are known by having a strong corp during a season. Like, so-and-so team had a great RB corp, or they had a great d-line, etc.

 

Within 2 years, what will Notre Dame be known for? Seriously!

 

Seems the offense is being built to be pretty balanced, but the defense is being built into a potential destructive force.

 

I'd love to see the ol' Notre Dame that went for the ball on defense. Stripping the heck out of everybody, forcing fumbles and killin' QB's.

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I think if people said "multi-dimensional, pro-style attack with a thousand ways to hurt you" along with a defense that "flys to the ball and puts a hat on you like the ND defenses of old", I would be pretty damn happy.

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I would be happy if they just got back to what made them so successful in years gone by....slamming the football down your throat on the ground. As a kid I was always perterbed that the Irish ran the ball all the time. I always wanted a pass oriented team, but looking back, we were most successful when they had 2 or 3 guys who could just come in and move the chains. If we can get back to that AND have a potent pass game...well I don't have to tell you what that could mean.

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Within 2 years, what will Notre Dame be known for? Seriously!

i think they'll be known more for their offense, specially their QB and TE play. im hoping with guys like kerry neal, anthony mcdonald, darius fleming, darrin walls... it'll be their aggressive attacking style of defense but that might be wishfull thinking on my part.

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O-Line!!!!

 

If I didn't think it was a selfish and unworthy reason, I'd pray that you're right. Good line play is a subtle art in football.

 

Chances are though, we'll be known for our TE's. I don't remember exactly who it was, but he said all of our TE's have an average of 6'6" and 248 lbs. Thats downright impressive, considering Carlson's success, and that the last three year's we've landed three TE's listed among the nation's elite, perhaps even ranking as the best (Reuland, Ragone - injury hurt his ranking, and now Rudolph)... :D

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O-Line!!!!

 

If I didn't think it was a selfish and unworthy reason, I'd pray that you're right. Good line play is a subtle art in football.

 

Chances are though, we'll be known for our TE's. I don't remember exactly who it was, but he said all of our TE's have an average of 6'6" and 248 lbs. Thats downright impressive, considering Carlson's success, and that the last three year's we've landed three TE's listed among the nation's elite, perhaps even ranking as the best (Reuland, Ragone - injury hurt his ranking, and now Rudolph)... :D

Haha yeah that was me who said that bro! :lol:
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Guest domerdude

Without a doub in my mind QB and TE- Its hard not to notice that the best player on our team last year was quinn- two time heisman finalist 1st round drafter etc and the fact we cant swing a stick without hitting a five star TE. Pick your poison fasano, carlson, yeatman, reuland, rudolf, fauria and hiben(granted he left the team). I know that no one here will disagree these are two positions that will thrive under little tuna. Our offense will be a juggernaut and our defense will be a showstopper. WE WILL play for a title in 08 or 09 sooner the better.

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