Notre Dame senior cornerback Lo Wood, who has a fifth year of eligibility remaining, will transfer to Miami of Ohio, his father, Lo Wood Sr., told the South Bend Tribune.
Under NCAA graduate transfer rules, Wood will be eligible to play next season. Wood is the third fifth-year player from Notre Dame, after quarterback Andrew Hendrix and tight Alex Welch, who is leaving the Irish...
Graduated Notre Dame seniors Andrew Hendrix, Alex Welch and Lo Wood all join former Irish offensive coordinator Chuck Martin at Miami, Ohio, for the 2014 season.
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Notre Dame cornerback Lo Wood will miss the season with an Achilles tendon injury, leaving a secondary already short on experience without one of its starters.
Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly says Wood ruptured his Achilles while backpedaling and turning to run Monday in practice.
''I feel terrible for him,'' Kelly said. ''He's a young man that we all...
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August 21, 2012
When Notre Dame’s highly touted cornerback recruit Tee Shepard left the program in March after enrolling early, it was a blow to their defensive side of the ball.
Now it has been revealed that the starting junior Lo Wood has been confirmed to miss the season with an Achilles injury that he suffered in practice.
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News of junior cornerback Lo Wood's season-ending injury puts Notre Dame's secondary in a state of flux.
Notre Dame cornerback, Lo Wood was mentioned by Brian Kelly to be one of the best performers coming out of fall camp. Wood was the presumptive starter at CB and one of only two current cornerbacks with any game experience.
Now there most likely is only one returning cornerback with any game experience:
Presumptive starting corner Lo Wood suffered a season-ending...
Irish cornerback Lo Wood talks to the press following Notre Dame's 45-21 rout over Maryland at FedEx Field. Wood collected his first career interception, ironically, Notre Dame's first pick six since last year's Shamrock Series in Yankee Stadium.