Tommy Rees tells Notre Dame players he’s in for a great speech

Notre Dame offensive coordinator Tommy Rees will not be following Brian Kelly to LSU and he let the Irish players know with a stunning speech.

When Tommy Rees decided to stay with the Notre Dame team, he wanted to be the first to tell the players.

They had to learn about head coach Brian Kelly’s departure via social media. This time they get more good news in person.

Secret video of Kelly telling the team about his departure has been leaked. This time, the Irishman posted a pertinent video of Rees talking to the team to tell them the good news.

Tommy Rees’ speech to Notre Dame players will wow fans

In the video, Rees admits it’s been a wild week but he makes it clear he’s loyal to the Irish.

“This is where my heart is and my heart is with you,” Rees said. “I care too much about leaving this place. This is where I want to go. This is where I want to win the national championship.”

His closing sentence will drive any Notre Dame fan into a frenzy.

“Let’s win the national championship later—— at Notre Dame,” he finished.

The attack coordinator also posted a gif on Twitter to show his enthusiasm.

Rees played at Notre Dame from 2010 to 2013 with a record of 7,351 yards and 61 touchdowns in his day. He rose rapidly through the recruiting ranks, starting at Northwestern.

He returned to South Bend as midfield coach in 2017 and took over as offensive coordinator in 2020. Under Rees, the Irish fouls averaged 33.4 and 35.3 points per game.

Retaining Rees was reportedly one of Notre Dame’s top priorities before selecting defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman as head coach.

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John Verrall

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