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Many great plays, performances, but goal-line stands stood out
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The first overtime victory of Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis' collegiate career Saturday featured 987 yards in total offense, seven lead changes, three goal-line stands by the Irish defense, and a whole lot of questions about where this crossroads team is headed.
For the short term, Notre Dame rolls its 37-30 overtime subduing of Washington at soggy Notre Dame Stadium into a much-needed bye week.
Quarterback Jimmy Clausen's turf-toe injury ...
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