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Notre Dame dropped to 2-5 on the seaboy through a 17-10 loss to Stanford at residence on Saturday night. Given that this is the the majority of irrelevant Notre Dame has been in a number of years, questions have actually been swirling for the majority of this seakid about head coach Brian Kelly’s project defense.
After the Stanford loss, Kelly is reported to have gotten into a “heated exchange” with one of the Cardinal strength coaches. Kelly later on told reporters that the coach told him “bye bye” when brushing past him, which would certainly imply that the coach thought Kelly’s days in South Bend are numbered.
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Game ends via Brian Kelly exaltering words with a Stanford strength coach. Heated exadjust.— Irish Illustrated (
PeteSampson_) October 16, 2016
Kelly shelp a Stanford stamina coach shelp "bye bye" brushing past him postgame. Exchange complied with. David Grimes adhered to him up the area.— Irish Illustrated (
PeteSampson_) October 16, 2016
Grimes happens to be the strength coach Kelly shoved during last year’s game against Temple.
Despite Kelly’s team having a devastating seakid, the Fighting Irish head coach has included a couple of entries to his history of blaming everyone other than himself for the team’s battles. After the Fighting Irish’s 1-3 start, Kelly fired defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder. The firing came much less than a week after Kelly insisted that a social media staffer accidentally liked a tweet calling for VanGorder to be fired.
Among various other issues, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly most likely wants to address who does his Twitter likes. pic.twitter.com/ib4nNvx1Nk— Brian Hamilton (
BrianHamiltonSI) September 18, 2016
After losing to Fight It Out 38-35 in late September, Kelly wondered about his very own players’ absence of incentive.
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It’s obvious that Kelly’s future in South Bfinish may be in question after 2016, relying on how the rest of the seachild goes. The road ahead won’t be a basic one; still staying on the schedule are Miami, Navy, Virginia Tech, and USC.
A Chicback Tribune columnist was calling for Kelly’s job also prior to Saturday’s rivalry loss at house.
The interesting thing about the existing Notre Dame seakid is the condition of Brian Kelly’s contract. He obtained a six-year contract extension in January. It came after ND’s 10-win season last year.
Notre Dame, in case you forgained, gloriously provided Charlie Weis an unbelievable 10-year extension in 2006. He was fired in 2009, and given the ridiculous contract, his buyout totaled over $18 million, which he was still obtaining money from as recently as December of 2015.
I’m not saying Kelly’s six-year deal is anything remotely cshed to Weis’, yet it’s still kind of funny to remember, offered the current 2-5 record for Notre Dame. Did I cite Notre Dame is 2-5?
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