College Football Injuries: Notre Dame's DaVaris Daniels out for regular season

Jonathan Daniel

Note Dame wide receiver DaVaris Daniels will miss the remainder of the regular season due to a shoulder injury.

At 10-0 Notre Dame remains in the national championship discussion, but the Fighting Irish will now have to play their final two regular season games without wide receiver DaVaris Daniels.

The sophomore receiver will miss the remainder of the regular season after he broke his clavicle during the second half against Boston College. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly said Daniels had surgery Sunday morning and while he will miss the rest of the regular season, should be able to return for Notre Dame's bowl game.

Daniels is third on the team with 375 receiving yards. He has also been one of Notre Dame's most explosive players as his 15.0 yards per catch are the highest of any Fighting Irish player with at least 20 receptions. Daniels biggest game of the season came two weeks ago against Pittsburgh when he caught seven passes for 86 yards.

Notre Dame has two regular season games remaining, beginning Saturday against Wake Forest.

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