Irish QB Rees (neck) cleared to practice
Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback Tommy Rees is day-to-day with a neck injury and is expected to return to practice Tuesday, coach Brian Kelly said during a Sunday conference call.
Notre Dame was up 14-10 at the time of his injury and ended up winning by that margin, with the offense struggling to move the ball on the seven drives with backup Andrew Hendrix at the helm.
A senior from Lake Bluff, Ill., Rees has started games in each of his four years with the Fighting Irish and has started all seven games for the 5-2 squad this year, completing 53.1 percent of his passes for 1,660 yards with 15 touchdowns and six interceptions.
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