SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP)—Notre Dame needed less than two minutes to make a week’s worth of problems—heck, maybe a season’s worth—disappear.
Michael Floyd and Jonas Gray scored in a span of 1 minute, 59 seconds Saturday, and Notre Dame rolled from there, rebounding from its rough week with a 56-14 thrashing of Navy. The Irish (5-3) rushed for seven touchdowns, most in 19 years, while limiting Navy (2-6) to a season-low 229 yards of total offense in the Midshipmen’s sixth straight loss.
“As a family, we all have good days and bad days. And you work through that as a family,” Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said. “We communicated with each other as a team and as a family, and you saw it today. You saw a team that played together. I told our team, that’s the best collection of plays relative to all 11 players playing together.”
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