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Day at the lake

On Saturday, coach Brian Kelly took gave his players and staff a break from training camp.

Notre Dame spent time at the lake to recharge and get to know each other a little better.

"I've always liked to break camp up a little bit. It was an opportunity where we could take the guys away," Kelly said. "It was more about a team building exercise for me and my coaching staff with our players in a less formal, structured setting.

"We haven't had much time with them. This is really our first chance in spending some informal time with our football team without talking about going through the line or going up and blocking that guy. It was about just being people."

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