Notre Dame's Mike Ragone The Next To Transfer To Kansas

SOUTH BEND IN - NOVEMBER 13: Head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish yells at Mike Ragone #83 during a game against the Utah Utes at Notre Dame Stadium on November 13 2010 in South Bend Indiana. Notre Dame defeated Utah 28-3. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Charlie Weis' Notre Dame pipeline just keeps producing.

Former Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Mike Ragone has become the program's third player to leave for the Kansas Jayhawks since Charlie Weis was hired in Lawrence. He joins quarterback Dayne Crist and linebacker Anthony McDonald, along with other transfers from BYU and Oklahoma.

McDonald will be eligible to play in 2012, as he's already graduated. This will be his sixth year of eligibility, due to two heavy bouts of injury.

He's played in 37 career games, putting up 109 yards on 11 catches in his time. He'll assuredly have a chance for much more playing time at KU, where the top returning tight end, Jimmay Mundine, had only seven catches last year as a freshman.

For more on KU football, visit Kansas blog Rock Chalk Talk, plus SB Nation Kansas City.

While we're here, let's watch some college football videos from SB Nation's new YouTube channel together:

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