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The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will likely be without one of their leading receivers for the remainder of the regular season.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish aren't expected to have wide receiver DaVaris Daniels available for the remainder of the regular season after he suffered a shoulder injury in the team's win over Boston College on Saturday, as Matt Fortuna of ESPN writes.
After the game, Daniels' father, a former NFL player, tweeted that his son had suffered an injury, though he added that the sophomore should be healthy for the bowl game. Daniels left the game in the third quarter after hitting the ground hard on a failed touchdown pass and was seen wearing a sling on his left shoulder afterwards.
Having appeared in eight games this season, Daniels has caught 25 passes for 375 yards, but he's failed to catch a touchdown. Before leaving the game against the Golden Eagles, he caught two passes for 22 yards. He set career-highs for receptions and yardage in the team's overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers a week ago.