It was a scene we've seen many examples of over time: The nation's No.1 staff are crumbling and the college's football fans are storming the area in jubilation.

After all, most years we are not in the midst of a global pandemic that is currently as dangerous in the United States as at any level since a pandemic was declared in March.


The sobering realities of our daily case numbers haven't stopped Notre Dame followers - largely college students by its appearance - from pouring out into the industry after No.4 Combating Irish hit. organized a closing stop in double overtime to cause the surprise on the n ° 1 Clemson at the Notre-Dame stadium.

Players and coaches in each group - who are typically screened for COVID-19 as school football conferences attempt to navigate a season - were still in the area when the main followers arrived here. Finally, the players bought the sector and the followers gathered in a large mosh pit.


Irish coach Brian Kelly said he had warned his staff of the impending storm. “I informed our staff on our tour as we speak, 'You just need to know that after you win this game the fans are going to storm the area,” said Kelly.

 “This is the first time I've seen professors storm the area. It was a great expertise, "said Kyren Williams at Notre Dame who is working again, including," (Kelly) advised us to get inside after the sport as soon as possible. "

Notre Dame QB Ian Guide said, “When the followers stormed the area, it was nice.”

The Combating Irish, who rose to 7-0 with a victory that puts them in line to play for the ACC title and provides them with a path to the Faculty Soccer playoffs, had a postponed recess earlier this season in due to COVID-19 points.

Notre Dame, positioned in South Bend, Indiana, is often non-partisan, but she surely joined the Atlantic Coast Convention for this college football season as conferences moved to a largely conference-only roster for 2020. A round of 10,000 subscribers has been authorized at each Notre Dame Recreation House so far this season.