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In Year 10 of the Brian Kelly era, Notre Dame camp seems eerily calm

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Brian Kelly opened his press conference with a debate on the pressing matter du jour.

Namely: Why do some reporters use microcassette recorders when the vast majority simply record interviews on their phones?

"These old ones ... are they outdated?" he wondered.

Yes, but there's no danger of interrupting a press conference with a ring.

"There you go," Kelly replied. "Touche."

Kelly later ribbed some overzealous media members who keep track of interceptions during preseason

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