At the point when Notre Dame center Jarrett Patterson went down with a foot injury in the Boston College game, Fighting Irish fans wherever were interested to understand what it implied for what had been proceeding as maybe the best offensive line unit in the nation.
So far it hasn’t implied anything detrimental. The Irish have averaged 38 points per game in the two challenges since, yet the assignment gets altogether more troublesome from here out. Clemson and games against two elite programs to be named sit between Notre Dame and its first national championship since 1988.
Patterson being out has left somewhat of an inquiry at center, in any case, as neither Zeke Correll nor Josh Lugg are sure to be beginning on Saturday.
At the point when Brian Kelly was gotten some information about who will snap the ball for Notre Dame in the ACC Championship, Kelly didn’t show up near having an answer.
“The competition (between Correll and Lugg) will be a game-time decision” Kelly stated.
Correll has been managing a tweaked ankle, yet Kelly expressed he was drawing near to 100%.
Still however, Kelly wasn’t going to focus on either to getting the beginning against Clemson.
Tommy Kraemer, who was called into obligation against Syracuse in what Brian Kelly called an “emergency situation” paving the way to senior day, has returned to 100% and will be set to conflict with Clemson.