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Notre Dame dominates

Notre Dame went into its bye week in style.

The Irish dominated Air Force in a 59-33 win as they closed the first half of the season on a four-game winning streak. It was the most points by the Irish since Lou Holtz's last game with the program, a 62-0 home win over Rutgers in 1996.

Notre Dame scored on all six of its possessions in the first half and cruised to a 4-2 record after six weeks.

The Irish unveiled a new offensive wrinkle, employing a package with sophomore Andrew Hendrix at quarterback, and freshman defensive end Aaron Lynch made his first start with senior end Ethan Johnson sidelined by an ankle injury.

Be back with more after interviews.

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