Notre Dame Rees and Calabrese talk arrests
NOTRE DAME, Ind. - Notre Dame's Tommy Rees and Carlo Calabrese spoke to the media for the first time since their May arrests.
Junior Quarterback Rees was charged with resisting arrest and underage consumption of alcohol. He pleaded guilty and faces probation and community service.
Senior Inside Linebacker Calabrese was charged with intimidation after telling police, "My people will get you." He reached a pre-trial diversion agreement.
The two said on Saturday they are moving past the situation and are focusing on school and football.
Irish Head Coach Brian Kelly suspended Rees and Calabrese from the season opener in Ireland.
The arrests were made at an off campus party in May.