Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly was still reviewing his quarterback options when it was time for his Sunday teleconference.
But a decision between moving forward with Dayne Crist or Tommy Rees as the team's starter will not take long.
"Whatever decision we make, we will talk to the quarterbacks involved and then get rolling again on Monday with the decision as to how it goes," Kelly said.
Crist was replaced by Rees at halftime of Saturday's 23-20 season-opening loss to South Florida.
Crist, who was named the starter two weeks ago, started strong moving the Irish 79 yards to the Bulls' 1, but a Jonas Gray fumble resulted in a 96-yard touchdown return for South Florida and Crist became less effective as the half went on.
In the second quarter, Crist tried to force touchdown pass to Theo Riddick and was picked off by South Florida's DeDe Lattimore. Crist completed 7 of 15 passes for 95 yards with an interception as Notre Dame went into the break down 16-0.
Rees entered the game after a 2-hour, 10-minute halftime rain delay and put up big numbers as the Irish played catchup with a pass-first offense.
Rees, who went 4-0 as a starter last season after replacing an injured Crist, completed 24 of 34 passes for 296 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. Though one of the sophomore's picks was a pass that bounced off receiver TJ Jones in the red zone.
Kelly said it was important to use today to completely review the quarterbacks' performances before naming one of them the starter for Saturday night's road game against Michigan.
"Sometimes you want to evaluate was it as bad as you thought or was it better than you thought, because in the now you get a sense and feel as the game goes, but sometimes when you go back and you take a step back and you look at film, you get a better understanding of maybe it wasn't the quarterback's fault on this play, maybe it was some other factor. So film allows you to do that. So we'll do that today. Then we'll find out and make a decision, here's where we want to go for the rest of the season, and that will be another critical decision.
"It won't be as much as what they do on the practice field; it'll be a decision based upon what we saw on film and who we think is the best quarterback right now moving forward."
Two spots Notre Dame will move forward with the same personnel is punt return and punting.
Theo Riddick, who muffed a fair catch that led to a field goal for the Bulls, will remain at the punt returner, and Ben Turk, who averaged just 34.2 yards per punt, will continue to handle the punting.
"We are at that point now where the guys we have, there is not another guy. They simply have to get better when we get in game situations," Kelly said.
Kelly also said there were no injuries to report from the opener that lasted nearly six hours because of two delays that totaled almost three hours.