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Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 10 Chris Finke, fifth-year receiver, second-year starter

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Listed Measurements: 5-foot-9 ½, 182 pounds. 2019-20 year, eligibility: A fifth-year, Finke has only one season of eligibility remaining. Depth chart: After starting seven games last year, Finke will start again at slot receiver. That will not necessarily equate to 13 starts, given how often Notre Dame likes to trot out two tight ends rather [more]

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 11 Alohi Gilman, senior safety

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Listed Measurements: 5-foot-10 ½, 201 pounds. 2019-20 year, eligibility: A senior, Gilman has two seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2019. Depth chart: Though he missed most of spring practices out of precautionary concerns (abductor strain), Gilman remains an unquestioned starter alongside senior Jalen Elliott. Recruiting: A low-profile recruit from Hawai’i, Gilman headed to Navy when [more]

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 13 Paul Moala, sophomore safety-turned-linebacker

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Listed Measurements: 5-foot-11 ½, 210 pounds. 2019-20 year, eligibility: A sophomore, Moala has three seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2019. Depth chart: After a springtime move forward from safety, Moala remains neck-and-neck with junior Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah for the leading role at Rover. Both seem likely to play in a two-man rotation. Recruiting: Moala did not [more]

Notre Dame 99-to-2: No. 88 Javon McKinley, receiver

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Listed Measurements: 6-foot-2, 215 pounds. 2019-20 year, eligibility: A senior, McKinley has two seasons of eligibility remaining, including 2019. Depth chart: It is difficult to ascertain exactly what receiver position McKinley works at, the field or the boundary, but it hardly matters; he is no higher than third, if not fourth, at either position, behind [more]

Friday at 4: Notre Dame’s sideline Skycam that almost wasn’t, but may be again

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You didn’t like it, and for most of Notre Dame’s Blue-Gold Game on Saturday, Rob Hyland was not a fan of the sideline Skycam, either. The NBC Sports producer of the Irish football broadcasts wasn’t a fan of the system for most of last week. The new camera angle was designed to run via cables [more]