Notre Dame Coaches Leave Farewell Messages For Seniors

The Notre Dame coaches took to social media to leave goodbye message for their seniors playing games inside Notre Dame Stadium this weekend

The Notre Dame football team plays its final game of the regular season when it takes on the Syracuse Orange. It's Senior Day, which means it will be the final game inside Notre Dame Stadium for a number of Fighting Irish players.

Notre Dame's football coaches took to social media to send good wishes to their seniors in advance of the matchup against the Orange. (Note: As more players are added they will be added to this story)

QB Ian Book

QB JD Carney

RB Cam Ekanayake

TE Brock Wright

TE Xavier Lezynski

TE Jack Henige

WR Javon McKinley

WR Avery Davis

WR Ben Skowronek

WR Micah Jones

WR/RB Jafar Armstrong

OL Robert Hainsey

OL Liam Eichenberg

OL Tommy Kraemer

OL Aaron Banks

OL Dillan Gibbons

OL Joshua Lugg

OL Colin Grunhard

DE Daelin Hayes

DE Adetokunbo Ogundeji

DT Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa

DT Kurt Hinish

LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

LB Drew White

LB Reed Gregory

LB David Adams

S Shaun Crawford

S John Mahoney

S Patrick Pelini

CB Nick McCloud

PK Jonathan Doerer

PK Dawson Goepferich

It will not be a traditional Senior Day since there will be so few fans in the stands. Players will not be running out to their parents like they did in past years, but Notre Dame is doing other things to try and make it a memorable day for the seniors.

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