Coach Freeman disappointed with loss to Ohio State, excited for first home game
Notre Dame Head Coach Marcus Freeman spoke with the media Monday and weighed in on this weekend's loss and expressed his excitement for his first home game as head coach.
Coach Freeman said it was hard to lose 21-10 to Ohio State, especially after they played so well for most of the game.
Despite the loss, he stands behind the team's efforts.
"We didn't accomplish the goal that we had right, the goal was to win. And we didn't do that. And as I said, after the game, there's no moral victories around here. You know, the expectation for us in this football program is to win every game we play, including playing the number two team in the country. But man, I'm proud of the way we prepared," Coach Freeman said.
The Fighting Irish play their home season opener against Marshall this Saturday
"You know, I'm excited, really, you know, for my first home game as a head coach here at Notre Dame Stadium, and it's something you dream about," Coach Freeman said. "I'm looking forward to this moment to be able to lead our team into this stadium and play a really good opponent."
You can watch ABC57 Kickoff this Saturday at 10:30 a.m..