No need to fear, Notre Dame will have one of its biggest weapons when the Irish face Michigan Saturday at the Big House.
Brian Kelly announced Sunday that wide receiver DaVaris Daniels will be full go for Tuesday's practice and will be ready to go to face Michigan Saturday after a slight groin injury during Saturday's 28-6 win over Temple.
Daniels caught the first two touchdowns of his career, both 32-yarders from Tommy Rees, in the first five minutes of the season opener. Daniels could have had a 3rd early in the 2nd quarter but pulled up with the groin injury going after a ball thrown by Rees towards the end zone.
Daniels left the game at that point and did not return. Kelly says Daniels could have returned to play in the game if the team needed him but since the Irish remained in control, Notre Dame didn't risk anything.