SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Coach Brian Kelly knows Notre Dame's defense hasn't played as spectacularly on defense as it did last season, yet remains confident it will play solid enough to give the Fighting Irish a chance to win each week.
The offense is a different story. After struggling to run the first three games and not doing much of anything offensively against Michigan State, Notre Dame finally got its running game going against Oklahoma, but had its worst passing game in five years.
Kelly is looking for a balanced attack when the Irish (3-2) play No. 22 Arizona State (3-1) at Cowboys Stadium in Texas on Saturday. The Sun Devils have the most high-powered offense the Irish have played this season. Arizona State had 612 yards total offense last week in beating USC 62-41.
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