Concussed Notre Dame Lineman Dan Wenger Granted Release

Notre Dame offensive lineman Dan Wenger has been granted a sixth year of eligibility via medical hardship by the NCAA, after two concussions in practice kept him out of action for the majority of the 2010 football season. The coaches and team doctors won’t clear him to return for the Fighting Irish. One guess where he wants to transfer:

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Wenger, a starting center for the Irish in 2008, asked for a release to transfer to the University of Florida. Kelly responded by granting a release to any school.

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Everything in the universe has its place, and in the Gators, Wenger finds the familiarity of Charlie Weis’ offense coupled with a marked indifference toward player well-being. Besta luck, kid.

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