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Nov. 2, 2015 Issue

Blue & Gold Illustrated: America's Foremost Authority on Notre Dame Football

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Kessler said. "Those turnovers late were crucial, especially when you play a good football team like that. Our guys dealt with so much this week, everything you can possibly think of. I am so proud of them. They put ev- erything they had in that game. When no one gave us a fighting chance these guys came out here and showed up. They fought hard and were competi- tive. "In the end it was too many mis- takes. That was a very good football team, though, I cannot take anything away from them." Prosise registered his fifth 100-yard rushing output (143 yards and two touchdowns) in seven games, while Fuller caught three passes for 131 yards and a score. "I commend them," USC interim head coach Clay Helton said. "I think their skill is phenomenal. No. 20 and No. 7, C.J. and Fuller, they are tremen- dous football players. "At the end of the day, they did a After allowing 310 passing yards and 24 points in the opening 30 minutes, fifth-year senior safety Matthias Farley and the Irish limited the explosive Trojans to 130 passing yards and seven points in the second half. PHOTO BY BILL PANZICA

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