Fighting Irish Will Miss Michael Floyd, but Others Could Shine

Posted by Ed Leiser on September-22-2009 Add Comments

It didn't take long for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to lose a key member of their team.  Charlie Weis, in what many consider a make-or-break year, has lost arguably his best overall player. 

Though just a sophomore, Michael Floyd has shown he is the most dangerous offensive player Notre Dame has to offer. 

In three games this season, Floyd caught 13 passes for 358 yards, a mind-boggling 27.5 yards per catch.  He also found the end zone five times, among the nation's best in that regard.

His rare combination of size and speed provided matchup problems for every opponent Notre Dame has faced thus far.

But injuries are an all-too-common occurance in football, and the injury bug has bitten a ...

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