Notre Dame taking on Boston College in their final home game
SOUTH BEND, Ind. –-Notre Dame Football to recognize 25 seniors during senior night in their final home game.
The Irish pulled off a tough win on the road against Navy, with a final score 35-32.
“I had concerns, the whole the whole the whole day, you know, here's what I know about playing navy. It's never over until it's over,” said Defensive Coordinator Al Golden.
But the season isn’t over yet, with Notre Dame now focused on its final home game, where 25 seniors will potentially play under the golden dome for the last time.
“I think guys right now have a great focus, especially after this Tuesday practice, it's everyone's kind of locked in,” said Offensive Lineman Josh Lugg
“We're so focused on our opponent right now and so focused on trying to give our guys the best chance to go out there and have success against BC (Boston College),” Offensive Coordinator Tommy Rees added.
Senior night against Boston College, will have a significant impact on who the Irish face in the post season.
“There's only one way to have a good senior night and that's to win the game,” Rees mentioned.
“We still remember our first day on campus, or first camp and our first game. So, it's just a journey, you know, and we're grateful to even be here,” said Defensive Lineman Jayson and Justin Ademilola
“Well, we're not ready to I don't want any of them to move on, you know, it's probably, you know, these kids have been amazing,” Golden added.