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08:28 AM ET 11.11 | As he walked back to the sideline after he couldn't haul in a touchdown grab, DaVaris Daniels' left arm hung limply at his side. It wasn't much better later. The sophomore wideout left Alumni Stadium with that left arm in a sling following Notre Dame's 21-6 win over Boston College, and Twitter hints from his father indicated it may be some time before Daniels takes the field again. Irish coach Brian Kelly said the Vernon Hills native hurt his shoulder but did not offer a specific prognosis immediately after the game. "We took him for a precautionary MRI, and we'll see where that is in the next 12 to 24 hours," Kelly said.

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November 11, 2012  08:31 AM ET

Hopefully, it's nothing serious. Holy War always has casualties.

November 11, 2012  09:06 AM ET

Thanks to all our veterans................

Including my dad............


Navy................WWII.......

November 11, 2012  09:15 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Thanks to all our veterans................Including my dad............Navy................WWII.......

Good call, Mick. Happy Veterans Day, everyone. Thanks to those who served.

November 11, 2012  09:15 AM ET

Hope the guy comes back healthy soon.

Thank God Coughlin is no longer coaching the BC Eagles.

November 11, 2012  09:15 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Good call, Mick. Happy Veterans Day, everyone. Thanks to those who served.

Absolutely Stu..........

November 11, 2012  09:20 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Good call, Mick. Happy Veterans Day, everyone. Thanks to those who served.

+1. All the best to those who served.

November 11, 2012  09:22 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Hope the guy comes back healthy soon. Thank God Coughlin is no longer coaching the BC Eagles.

Records, statistics and all other lies to the side, it's down right relaxing to be on this side of Pitt and BC.

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November 11, 2012  09:28 AM ET
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Oregon 62-Notre Dame 14 would make one great championship game and score to end the season.

If Oregon plays ND, I don't think Oregon will even put up 21.

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November 11, 2012  09:37 AM ET
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Speaking of statistics...1st in scoring defense6th in rush D10th in pass-eff. D8th in total d10th in sacks9th in Time of PossessionIf you're hoping to see fireworks watching Notre Dame, go watch Oregon put up and give up 40+ points. Or game plan is simple:Stop the run, allow no passes past 5 yards, control the clock. Does it earn style points? No. Does it have us 10-0? Yes.

It was a nice quiet Holy War this year. Alabama came back to us on the points allowed - 111 each.

November 11, 2012  09:38 AM ET
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Yup. Their entire offense is based on missed tackles. We simply do not miss tackles. Sound defenses stop Oregon's offense. See LSU last year. See Auburn the year before. See Boise the year before that.

You get a litmus test when they play the Cardinal.

November 11, 2012  09:39 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

It was a nice quiet Holy War this year. Alabama came back to us on the points allowed - 111 each.

But their 111 is of a much higher SEC quality.

November 11, 2012  09:41 AM ET
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If Oregon plays ND, I don't think Oregon will even put up 21.

Pac-12 is a bag of angry feral cats.

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November 11, 2012  09:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Speaking of statistics...1st in scoring defense6th in rush D10th in pass-eff. D8th in total d10th in sacks9th in Time of PossessionIf you're hoping to see fireworks watching Notre Dame, go watch Oregon put up and give up 40+ points. Or game plan is simple:Stop the run, allow no passes past 5 yards, control the clock. Does it earn style points? No. Does it have us 10-0? Yes.

I'll take it. Wake at home, 11 and Oh lets make it so! Go Cardinals beat them Ducks.

November 11, 2012  09:49 AM ET

1. Go Irish.

2. The 2nd Saturday of November should henceforth be known as JOHNNY FOOTBALL day! What an incredible performance. What a great result for everybody not SEC! Fantastic.

3. Completely agree with Piratey...go Texas. But let's not stop there...go Stanford, Go Oregon State, go whatever PUTRID 3-4 loss team Oregon will play in the championship game.

November 11, 2012  09:53 AM ET
QUOTE(#18):

1. Go Irish.2. The 2nd Saturday of November should henceforth be known as JOHNNY FOOTBALL day! What an incredible performance. What a great result for everybody not SEC! Fantastic. 3. Completely agree with Piratey...go Texas. But let's not stop there...go Stanford, Go Oregon State, go whatever PUTRID 3-4 loss team Oregon will play in the championship game.

Yup, still a lot of football to be played. The only thing that should concern us is Wake Forest at home - it seems as though ND stadium is loaded with kryptonite.

 
November 11, 2012  09:56 AM ET
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You get a litmus test when they play the Cardinal.

Oregon has SCHOOLED Furd the last 2 yrs. with Luck and their NFL O line. What makes you think this season will be different?

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