Few, if any, college football teams have had to deal with more turmoil to start the 2015 season than Notre Dame.
The Fighting Irish have lost a number of starters to long-term injuries, including their starting quarterback, running back, tight end and safety. Brian Kelly's squad has fought through it, though, winning their first three games of the season to remain in the College Football Playoff. On Saturday, Notre Dame blew out No. 14 Georgia Tech in South Bend, Ind., to get to 3-0.
This has impressed ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who yesterday called Notre Dame the "most resilient team in the country."
Herbstreit is still thinking about Notre Dame today.
">September 20, 2015
What Notre Dame has done this season is incredibly impressive. Will be fun to see if the Fighting Irish can keep it going.