Suspended Irish Players Meet The Media

By Dean Pantazi

August 12, 2012 Updated Aug 12, 2012 at 7:24 PM EDT

NOTRE DAME (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Two Notre Dame football players suspended for their arrest at a party in May say they are moving on with football and life.

Quarterback Tommy Rees and linebacker Carlo Calabrese, in their first sessions with the media since they were suspended for the season opener against Navy, said they made mistakes and respect what coach Brian Kelly had to do.

Both have continued to practice, and look forward to their first game, the home opener September 8th against Purdue.

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