C.J. Prosise is day to day. His team remains week to week.
After Notre Dame's starting running back made his way to the locker room dazed and unable to return near the end of the first quarter of the Irish's 42-30 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday at Heinz Field, the Irish kept themselves in the College Football Playoff conversation.
Prosise's stand-in, freshman Josh Adams, ran for 147 yards on 20 carries to help make sure of that.
Redshirt freshman quarterback DeShone Kizer, who watched 152 of his 262 passing yards and three of his five passing touchdowns land in the hands of another star of the show, Will Fuller, also did his part.
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