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Notre Dame's playoff hopes washed away after a 45-14 loss to Michigan: 'Everybody is accountable'

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Notre Dame wanted to establish its running game early Saturday against Michigan.

It didn't.

The offense never got in gear. Instead, the No. 19 Wolverines ran away with a 45-14 victory in front of 111,909 at Michigan Stadium.

"We had talked about getting off to a fast start for about two weeks," coach Brian Kelly said.

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