Last week, five-star defensive end Nick Kasa, gave the Irish assistant coach a call. "He was kind of surprised, but I wanted to call because I heard all these rumors that I didn't like Notre Dame anymore," the 6-foot-7, 235-pound Broomfield, Colo., product explained. "I was like what the heck. I wanted to let them know I'm still interested and definitely thinking about it. "I'm not ruling...
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