No surprise as Notre Dame junior quarterback Jimmy Clausen has decided to forgo his senior season and make himself available for the 2010 NFL Draft.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbick says the 6-6 Irish will likely decline any bowl invitation. "I agree (no bowl) is the likely outcome, but we are reconvening the leadership counsel to make a final decision," athletic director Swarbrick told the Chicago Tribune.
Notre Dame players are expected to vote on Monday on whether or not they want to play in a bowl game.
Despite recent rumors, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops says he does not have an interview set up with Notre Dame.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen threw for 340 yards and five touchdowns, but it wasn't enough as the Irish fell once again.
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick says that quarterback Jimmy Clausen was "the victim of a sucker punch" at a South Bend bar early Sunday morning.
WGN 720 is reporting that Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen was involved in a fight outside a Notre Dame bar early Sunday morning, and he may have been given two black eyes as a capper to a pretty rough day.
"Oh no, I don't think that any decision's been made because I probably would know, and I don't know," Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis said Tuesday about the possibility that he could be fired.
With Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis seemingly hanging on by a thread, expect some big names to be tossed around the rumor mill. This week the possible candidates include Oklahoma's Bob Stoops and Iowa's Kirk Ferentz. Last week it was Cincinnati's Brian Kelly.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen threw for 452 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to Navy.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen (turf toe) left Saturday's win over Washington State early, though coach Charlie Weis said his junior quarterback could have returned to action if he was needed.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen threw for 422 yards and two touchdowns Saturday afternoon against Washington.
Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen (turf toe) told The Chicago Tribune that he doesn't expect to return to 100% until after the season.
Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis said that running back Armando Allen (ankle) and quarterback Jimmy Clausen (toe) will be "ready to go" this weekend against Washington.