Daily Domer Staff Report | Oct. 26, 2013
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Tommy Rees showed no signs of a strained neck that knocked him out a week ago, throwing a career-high five touchdown passes to help Notre Dame rout Air Force 45-10 on Saturday.
The senior was on target all day, completing 17 of 22 passes for 284 yards as the Fighting Irish (6-2) won their third straight. Rees now has 54 career TD passes and moves past Ron Powlus for third place in team history.
Irish Passing Attack Subdues Air Force, 45-10 (AP, UND.com)
Notre Dame air attack grounds Air Force (Brent Briggeman, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Air Force no match for Notre Dame as quarterback Rees passes for 5 touchdowns (Irv Moss, The Denver Post)
Tommy Rees throws 5 TDs as Notre Dame throttles Air Force (JJ Stankevitz, CBS Sports)
Freshmen step up for Notre Dame vs Air Force (JJ Stankevitz, CBS Sports)
Offensive line shuffle tests Notre Dame's depth (JJ Stankevitz, CBS Sports)
Irish air it out at Air Force (Brian Hamilton, Chicago Tribune)
Five things we learned: Notre Dame 45, Air Force 10 (Keith Arnold, Inside the Irish)
Fuller delivers in fine fashion (Al Lesar, South Bend Tribune)
Younger brother holds his own (Eric Hansen, South Bend Tribune)
Wins, prayers critical for BCS (Al Lesar, South Bend Tribune)
Notre Dame ties run deep in Colorado Springs community (Brent Briggeman, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Inside the obsession: Many Notre Dame fans in Colorado Springs sport a one-track mind (Brent Briggeman, Colorado Springs Gazette)