SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Name-calling is the least of Notre Dame's worries these days.
Irish coach Brian Kelly again downplayed claims by some USC players that Notre Dame "quit" in the final minutes of the Trojans' 31-17 victory Saturday night, saying Tuesday that his players have no room to complain after such a lopsided loss.
"Our guys know what happened. They got their butts beat," Kelly said. "They didn't play very well, and that comes with it. You get what you deserve."