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Making the Grade: Notre Dame Irish Offensive Line Improvement in 2008

Article By on 18th June, 2009

... were high. The majority of the offense returned and the Irish faced a pedestrian schedule. But after the two consecutive disappointing offensive seasons, many are grasping for answers.

A 3-9 campaign followed by an underwhelming 7-5 season can cause even the most ardent fan to forget about quarterback Brady Quinn and the promising offense head coach Charlie Weis led in 2005.

Recent reality is an offense that has struggled for the better part of the past 25 games. The criticism for Weis’ scheme and predictable play-calling has begun in earnest, and many wonder how it is possible to have such an inept running game
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