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Notre Dame Safety Jamoris Slaughter Out For Season With Achilles Tenden Tear
Posted By: Romo's Homie 1 Day Ago

Notre Dame's overachieving secondary will have one more obstacle to overcome the rest of the season, as coach Brian Kelly said Sunday that fifth-year safety Jamoris Slaughter will miss the rest of the year with a torn Achilles tendon.Slaughter suffered the injury on the first play of the second half of the Irish's 20-3 win Saturday at Michigan State. He was on crutches after the game.Redshirt freshman and converted wide receiver Matthias Farley likely will start in Slaughter's place this Saturday against No. 18 Michigan."You lose a Jamoris Slaughter, you're losing an A player," Kelly said Sunday. "Matthias is certainly not at the level yet of a Jamoris Slaughter. He's got to continue to develop, but we have a lot of confidence and trust in him. He'll be getting a lot of work back there."

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