Frustrated Fighting Irish lament miscues that led to late loss against Buckeyes

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — The anguish was evident all over the face of Notre Dame coach Marcus Freeman. All the Fighting Irish needed was one more stop to beat Ohio State for the first time since 1936. Instead, they only had 10 players on the field. But it wasn't the only miscue they made. There was a dropped interception on the final drive. There was the batted pass that stopped the clock on Notre Dame's final drive. And yet all they could do was lament another loss to the Buckeyes.

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