Notre Dame looking to rebound against Purdue after Saturday's loss
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- After Notre Dame's loss to Michigan Saturday night, they are looking back at the missed opportunities while looking forward to their next game against Purdue.
Last night, Notre Dame lost to Michigan 41-30 in the last game the two teams will play against each other.
Irish head coach Brian Kelly says last night boiled down to missed opportunities.
The Irish trailed for most of the game but managed to tie it up 10-10 in the start of the second quarter.
Quarterback Tommy Rees threw for 314 yards with two touchdowns.
"With Tommy, like to have the one throw before the half back, but he did some really good things think he just feels like one or two throws that could of put points on the board," said Kelly.
Michigan's quick footed quarterback Devin Gardner was too much for the Irish, as were the career high touchdowns added by Jeremy Gallon.
The Irish is now looking to rebound against Purdue next weekend.
The team will travel to West Lafayette next. ABC 57 will be there for all the action.