No. 9 Irish have plenty of work and short week for Toledo

AP National Sports

BY JOHN FINERAN
Associated press

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) – After a brief hiatus and movie review after returning early that morning from the 41:38 overtime win on Sunday night at Florida State, Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly knows he’s in Ireland No. 9 needs to improve in several areas for their home opener on Saturday against Toledo of the Mid-American Conference. Despite a record breaking performance by new quarterback Jack Coan, the injured Irishman struggled to run behind a revamped offensive line, giving an 18-point lead in the second half and a total of 442 yards, including 264 on the ground, the surprise of minded Seminoles.

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