Irish players say they have 'unfinished business'

Notre Dame is now 3 weeks away from playing Alabama for the national championship.

It was 23 days ago when Notre Dame beat USC to book its ticket for the national championship. A week later, the Irish officially found they would face Bama in Miami.

That's when Notre Dame adopted a new motto. Each player wore a t-shirt that read "Unfinished Business" as the team watched the BCS Selection Show.

"Basically, it's just that we're 12-0 but we have one more game and our business is not done yet," captain Kapron Lewis-Moore explains.

"We came a long way," senior running back Theo Riddick points out. "We're either content or still hungry. I can answer that question--we're still hungry."

"You know what that means man," senior safety Zeke Motta says showing off the 'Unfinished Business" shirt. "We aren't done. We're not done working out, we're not done getting after it. It's unfinished."

Notre Dame is in search of its 12 national championship and 1st since 1988.


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