SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Notre Dame has five practices remaining before its annual spring football game, and the Irish have moved on without suspended star receiver Michael Floyd.
Coach Brian Kelly suspended Floyd on March 21, the day after Floyd was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. It was Floyd's third run-in with the law over alcohol since 2009.
Kelly said last week his understanding was that Floyd was to have a hearing before the Office of Residence Life, the school's disciplinary arm. But on Wednesday, Kelly had no update on Floyd's status.