Notre Dame defender offers dynamite quote about Irish defensive line




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  • 2022-08-31 01:33:29Z
  • By Fighting Irish Wire
 

Most college football analysts look at Notre Dame's offensive and defensive lines as the strengths of the team entering this season and understandably so. For purposes of this post we're focusing on the defensive side of the ball and it all starts up front where the Irish should be fantastic.

Isaiah Foskey, Rylie Mills, and Jayson and Justin Ademilola head the group that Phil Steele calls the sixth-best defensive line in all of college football entering 2022.

Speaking ahead of Saturday's showdown at Ohio State, defensive tackle Jayson Ademilola showed off the confidence he has not just in himself but in the defensive line unit as a whole.

Put it on a t-shirt!

In all seriousness, this group should be one of the very best in college football this year and if Notre Dame makes a game of it Saturday night they will likely be the biggest reason why.

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