Two Notre Dame quarterback will play in the Music City Bowl against LSU.
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According to Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly, the Irish will use both quarterbacks Everett Golson and Malik Zaire when they play No. 22 LSU in the Music City Bowl on Dec 30th. Per the AP.com:
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Kelly had originally said there would be a competition to determine who would play in the bowl game, but decided using both would give the Irish the best chance against the Tigers. He said with Notre Dame's defense is struggling, giving up 30 or more points for a school-record seven straight games, losing the last four, the Irish offense needs to keep LSU's offense off the field.

"Both have skill sets that are a little bit different that we'll use in the game," Kelly said. "We'll go with their strengths and call upon those strengths in the game. I feel very confident I can manage both of them."

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My guess: LSU 31-13. ND will keep it close for awhile but the Tigers run away in the 2nd half. Too much talent and ND is decimated with injuries.
Reply79 months
good thing ND doesn't have much defense, we might be able to score 20 on them...
Reply79 months
Ironic. LSU has 2 QBs with diff skill sets but will use 1.
Reply79 months
Sounds familiar.
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