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David Haugh: Brian Kelly agrees with critics: Solution for Notre Dame starts on sideline

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Based on scuttlebutt, I half-expected Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly to show up 10 minutes late to Tuesday's news conference because a campus bake sale benefiting the football program delayed him.

Kelly's well-publicized excuse after his first losing season at Notre Dame in 2016 - the time committed to fund-raising "(expletive) up last year's team," Kelly told the Bleacher Report - only intensified scrutiny of a man who needs to win as badly as any major-college coach. But like so many other things observed covering

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