Notre Dame Football

Season 22 Episode 4

(17) Stanford vs. (7) Notre Dame

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Aired Saturday 1:00 PM Oct 13, 2012 on NBC
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(17) Stanford vs. (7) Notre Dame
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The #17 Stanford Cardinal (4-1) travel to South Bend to face the #7 Fighting Irish (5-0).
Final Score: Stanford 13 Notre Dame 20 (OT)

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    Tom Hammond

    Tom Hammond

    Play-By-Play Announcer

    Mike Mayock

    Mike Mayock

    Color Commentator

    Alex Flanagan

    Alex Flanagan

    Sideline Reporter

    Liam McHugh

    Liam McHugh

    On-Site Host

    Recurring Role

    Doug Flutie

    Doug Flutie

    On-Site Analyst

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    Hines Ward

    Hines Ward

    On-Site Analyst

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      • Tom Hammond: The rain continues. It doesn't appear to be too heavy at the moment. ... Radar shows us a lot of rain. To the west it doesn't look so bad, but maybe more rain later on. Alex?
        Alex Flanagan: Well, speak for yourself up there, Tom, that it doesn't look so bad. It's been pretty wet down here. It's been raining for a couple of hours. ... On the last offensive series, the referees started drying off every football in between snaps.

      • (on his running back Stepfan Taylor)
        Stanford Coach David Shaw: He's a tough kid. He just keeps his legs turning. Gets as many yards as he can on every single play. Every single play to him, he runs it like it's life or death. I love that about him. He's one of guys that is the heartbeat of our team.

      • Notre Dame Linebacker Manti Te'o: We knew they were going to run the ball. We knew that basically No. 33 (Stepfan Taylor) was going to have the ball. So everybody had to do their job.

      • Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly: Well, just a great college football game. Great win. So proud of my football team the way they overcame adversity. We had not been in that position at all this year. I told to them at halftime, I said, listen, what did you think, we were going to go the whole year and not trail and do that the whole year? You don't do that in college football, at any level.

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