There are many haters out there, but it is very difficult to deny that Notre Dame is one of the most storied programs in college football history. With 11 claimed National Titles and 7 Heisman winners, the history of Irish football is strong. Now it is time to look to the future. Brian Kelly accomplished a lot in his 6 years at ND, but now it is time for Coach HipHopp to take the team back to elite status. His past success has been built on athletic QBs and tough, high speed defense. The formula worked well with multiple SEC and National championships at Texas A&M during the last Chompions Dynasty. Fighting Irish fans are looking forward to what he can do in South Bend. The talent level is high on this years squad. 2014 leading rusher Tarean Folston returns as the featured running back. Everett Golson transferred to Florida State after an "interesting" career at Notre Dame, but Junior QB Malik Zaire takes the reins and looks to prove himself as the full time starter. Will Fuller leads a deep wide receiver corps and hopes to lead the team in receptions again this season. The returning offensive players are no strangers to the spread, as they ran it under Brian Kelly, but Coach HipHopp's up-tempo but run heavy spread will be something to adjust to. The defense has talent returning on all three levels, and they are looking forward to implementing Coach HipHopp's system.