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SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 1 (UPI) — Redshirt junior quarterback Malik Zaire is set to transfer from Notre Dame.

Originally, the school blocked his move to teams on its 2017 schedule, but now his release in unconditional, according to ESPN.com’s Matt Fortuna.

The Fighting Irish face Temple, Boston College, Georgia, Miami University, Michigan State, UNC, USC, NC State, Wake Forest, the University of Miami, Navy, and Stanford next season.

Zaire was originally allowed to transfer to only North Carolina on that list. He graduates in December and will be immediately eligible next season at any school.

The quarterback has Florida, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, and Wisconsin as his “primary” suitors, according to Irish Illustrated. Zaire missed the majority of the 2015 season with a broken right ankle.

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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are in a recruiting dog fight. With two months to go until signing day, illness Notre Dame is at a crossroads with its football program, and that usually is a sign that recruiting can get a little more uncertain, and a lot more crazy.

The Irish have already felt the sting from a 4-8 season and a head coach that is on the hot seat. The latest pain was the decommitment of four star linebacker Pete Werner, and they have been battling other schools to keep committed recruits like Paulson Adebo and Elijah Hicks in the 2017 class.

There has been an interesting development as of late in terms of linebacker recruiting for Notre Dame. While there were reports stating that Notre Dame would probably not be pursuing other linebackers, we all know that recruiting is fluid and opportunities surface all the time.

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SOUTH BEND, IN - SEPTEMBER 10: Malik Zaire #9 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish throws a pass in the second half against the Nevada Wolf Pack at Notre Dame Stadium on September 10, 2016 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

SOUTH BEND, IN – SEPTEMBER 10: Malik Zaire #9 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish throws a pass in the second half against the Nevada Wolf Pack at Notre Dame Stadium on September 10, 2016 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Notre Dame quarterback Malik Zaire met with head coach Brian Kelly and was granted his release to pursue a graduate transfer, but there are some conditions, according to ESPN’s Jared Shanker.

His release was first reported by Pete Sampson of Irish Illustrated on Scout.com.

Zaire is not allowed to transfer to any opponent on Notre Dame’s 2017 schedule but he would be allowed to play for North Carolina. The Fighting Irish will play Temple, Georgia, Boston College, Michigan State, Miami of Ohio, UNC, USC, NC State, Wake Forest, Miami (Florida), Navy and Stanford in 2017.

After the Irish loss to USC, Zaire wrote on Instagram: ”God has given me a journey so unique and so different that Im nothing but blessed & greatful. Answering the call of greatness takes [time]. #ThxND #IrishForever #NextMoveMyBestMove #ComingForEverything.”

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While only scoring 28 points against Furman, generic the Spartans now have 11 days to develop a plan to try and get a key victory in South Bend.

Michigan State looks to prove the nay-sayers wrong in a primetime showdown against the Fighting Irish. This is a must win game for the Spartans if they want to keep their hopes alive for the Third Annual College Football Playoff.

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Mishawaka, cost Ind.– The Notre Dame Chapter of Uplifting Athletes held their annual community bowling event Sunday at Strikes and Spares in Mishawaka. Members of the community were invited to bowl with a few Notre Dame Football players for a great cause from 10 a.m. to noon. The cost for this event was $30.

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On the gridiron this weekend’s showdown between Notre Dame and Michigan State has major implications for any chances Notre Dame has at making a playoff run in 2o16.  Off the field this weekend has also major implications for Notre Dame’s chances to make future playoff runs with a banner recruiting weekend on tap for the program.

Notre Dame will have as many as nine official visitors who are currently not committed to Notre Dame  for the class of 2017 on campus this weekend along with a host of elite unofficial visitors for the class of 2018 on hand as well.  With the #8/12 Spartans in town, order Notre Dame will have an opportunity to make a statement to both the playoff committee and the recruits who will be making the trip to watch the Irish battle the Spartans.

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The College Football Playoff committee isn’t the only group ranking Notre Dame inside the top 10.

ND ranks as the sixth-best school for “scholarly football fanatics,” according to Time magazine. The rankings were created using Money magazine’s list of colleges that provide the best value for their cost of tuition. ND ranks No. 44 in Money magazine’s list.

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The University of Notre Dame’s Notre Dame Stadium rates as the best college football experience in the country–and Compton Family Ice Arena and Notre Dame Stadium rank sixth and 13th, cheap respectively, medications in terms of stadium experience among all NCAA, MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS and NASCAR facilities.

The rankings were published last week by Stadium Journey, a magazine and Web site that annually reviews sports stadiums around the world. The rankings are meant to rate which stadiums provide the best overall game day experience for fans—taking into account food and beverages served, neighborhood, fans, overall atmosphere, parking, traffic, restrooms and overall return on investment.

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South Bend, tadalafil Indiana – A Notre Dame football player viciously attacked a South Bend police officer on Saturday, case and he even pulled off the officer’s duty belt before being subdued.

Police were responding to a fight outside of a bar on Saturday when they located two women fighting. Notre Dame cornerback Devin Butler shoved one of the women and he was ordered by officers to back away. Butler then pushed the officers and the launched a full assault on one of them.

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It’s no secret that it’s been a tough season at Notre Dame. After winning 10 games last year and going to the Fiesta Bowl, physician the Irish aren’t just struggling this year, drugs they’re downright awful. Notre Dame is just 3-6, sildenafil with losses to some of college football’s most disappointing teams, including Michigan State (2-7), Texas (5-4) and NC State (4-5).

So yeah, it’s bad. And the fan base is starting to get reckless, with one writing into Stewart Mandel’s mailbag and complaining this week about the state of the program, highlighting the “pitiful, seven-year performance of Brian Kelly.”

Well, FS1’s Colin Cowherd saw the complaint and wasn’t a fan, breaking down the argument on “The Herd” Thursday (the video is above).

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