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Irish tight end Tommy Tremble enjoys role in offense as a blocker

Tremble says he loves the role he plays in the offense, and wants to help the team out any way he can.
Published: Nov. 25, 2020 at 11:33 PM EST
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) - After the first four games of the season, Irish tight end Tommy Tremble led the Irish pass catchers with 10 receptions.

The receptions took a dip after that, Tremble has just five receptions in the last four games. However, he is still making an impact as a blocker.

Brian Kelly says football aficionados love watching Tremble play as a blocker.

The color commentators for Notre Dame football games often point out Tremble paves the way for the Irish running backs.

Tremble says he loves the role he plays in the offense, and wants to help the team out any way he can.

“Making a great block, moving one person from Point A to Point B is better if not the same as scoring a touchdown for me,” Tremble said. “I love doing that. Who wants to play some real football? Some smash mouth football? I love that. I always have that physical mindset. I never really lost that. My dad gave me that since I was a young kid.”

Tremble will look to show that physicality in Notre Dame’s game on Friday with North Carolina.

That will be a 3:30 PM kick on ABC.

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