Notre Dame Fighting Irish Fulfill Promise in 35-0 Win Over Nevada

Posted by Mike Muratore on September-5-2009 Add Comments

On the opening Saturday of the 2009 college football season, Notre Dame took a solid first step on the road back to respectability, and does what they could not last year in burrying an opponent.

The Irish throttled the Nevada Wolfpack, 35-0, earning their first shut-out since 2002, and dominating Nevada in each phase of the game.

Notre Dame coasted for the last quarter-and-a-half after scoring on five of it's first six possessions.

The Nevada defense couldn't stop Michael Floyd and spent much of the day watching him sprint unmlested down the sidelines as he hauled in three touchdowns.

Quarterback Jimmy Clausen statistically had the second best game of his career, going 15-for-18,...

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