SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Dayne Crist has regained his role as Notre Dame's starting quarterback, surviving a second knee surgery, arduous rehab and a strong challenge from teammate Tommy Rees during a close a competition for one of college football's marquee positions.
"Obviously incredibly happy to be named the starter, incredibly relieved," Crist said Tuesday, a day after coach Brian Kelly broke the news to him and Rees.
"I can honestly say I think I've overcome a lot since I've been here," Crist said.
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