Brian Kelly’s short goodbye speech to ND players leaked

The world of college football has seen a pretty big shake up in recent days thanks to a pair of head coaches substituting one job for another. Now, former Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley considers his time at Norman over and decides get a job USC, and a day later, the longtime coach of Notre Dame Brian Kelly has taken over the vacancy for head coach of LSU now then Ed Orgeron is no longer in charge.

While news of Riley hit the left side of the field, Kelly’s descent into Baton Rouge was arguably an even bigger surprise, thanks in part to the fact that the Fighting Irish had a legitimate chance of qualifying for the Round. College football is up to how things go in time for the various conference championship games this coming weekend. Shortly after news of his decision surfaced on the Twitterverse on Monday, a message Kelly sent to the team related to a 7 a.m. meeting where he will explain himself.

Right after Matt Fortuna and Pete Sampson’s The Athletic has published the scoreboard Regarding his message to the team in their narrative after he left, a video of Kelly’s farewell to the team appeared. Here is the full content:

According to The Athletic, Kelly didn’t take any questions from the team, and after he said goodbye, “he walked out the door on his right.” Notre Dame placed sixth in the most recent College Football Playoff rankings released Tuesday night, and on Wednesday Kelly gave her introductory press conference at LSU.

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