Despite losing Ronnie Stanley, Nick Martin and Steve Elmer from last year's group, Irish offensive line coach Harry Hiestand isn't lowering the expectations for his unit in 2016.
Via CSN Chicago
26 days ago
Notre Dame's offensive line took a hit when Steve Elmer decided to step away from football, but he didn't blindside anybody when he did it. His teammates believe he went about it the right way.
Via CSN Chicago
March 16, 2016
Notre Dame offensive lineman Steve Elmer has opted to forego his final year of eligibility and has given up football to take a job in Washington D.C. Elmer, who started 30 games for the Fighting Irish, penned an open letter on the University’s athletic website and said he’s ready to be done with football and that his heart is no longer in it. Our players' talents go beyond...
Notre Dame offensive lineman Steve Elmer has decided to leave the football program after he graduates in May and instead focus on other opportunities, according to a tweet from Elmer himself. After 3 unforgettable years, I've decided to forgo my final season of athletic eligibility. I'll always be Irish!https://t.co/a1svK9qCdK — Steven Elmer (@Steve_Elmer) February 16, 2016 ...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Notre Dame starting right guard Steve Elmer says he no longer wants to play football and he will skip his final year of eligibility and graduate in May a year early with a degree in economics to pursue his career. The 6-5, 315-pound lineman from Midland, Michigan, released a letter Tuesday saying he has no problems with the coaching staff, no academic issues...
Via Associated Press
Notre Dame’s offensive line took a hit Tuesday afternoon when one of its starters announced that he will leave the team to pursue other opportunities. Steve Elmer, a 6-foot-6, 315-pound offensive guard who has started 27 consecutive games for the Irish, announced Tuesday that he will no longer play football after he graduates in May, deciding to forego his senior season of eligibility...
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