Blue and Gold Illustrated

Oct. 15, 2012 Issue

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

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is still figuring things out The Irish offense Men At WORK N BY WES MORGAN sively while it continues to make a push toward the Bowl Championship Series. For head coach Brian otre Dame finds itself searching for more horse- power offen- Kelly and offensive coordinator Chuck Martin, it's less about finding an offensive ident i ty and more about being consistent. Despite being unde- feated and ranked No. 9 nationally in the Associ- ated Press poll heading into October, the Fight- ing Irish have a consid- erable amount of work to do on that side of the ball in order to main- tain momentum. Notre Dame was anywhere from 76th to 95th nation- ally in the four major of- fensive categories prior to squaring off against Miami in Chicago. The Irish were averaging 351.3 yards and 25.8 points per game. Getting more from The development of sophomore quarterback Everett Golson is going to be a continuing process this year, and the staff will cautiously monitor his progress. PHOTO BY BILL PANZICA that group hinges on how sophomore quar- terback Everett Golson continues to develop as a rookie. Martin is just as in-

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