Kelly says execution, not Chip Long, is the reason for offensive struggles

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Kelly says execution, not Chip Long, is the reason for offensive struggles

After averaging just fewer than 40 points per game after the first six games of the year, the Irish have averaged 17 1/2 points per game over the last two weeks against Michigan and Virginia Tech.

Peaceful protest in Warsaw Wednesday

Peaceful protest in Warsaw Wednesday

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