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Mattingly Switches From Notre Dame to Oregon

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Danny Mattingly committed to Oregon over the weekend after committing to Notre Dame earlier this year (Photo: SWX) Danny Mattingly committed to Oregon over the weekend after committing to Notre Dame earlier this year (Photo: SWX)
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Mead senior Danny Mattingly shook the college football boat over the weekend by changing his mind. The coveted recruit switched his commitment from Notre Dame to Oregon.

Mattingly, 6-foot-5, 225 pounds, made an official visit to South Bend earlier this year and announced he would play for Notre Dame in June. But something changed. NBC Sports said Mattingly was interested in playing offense, which may be the reason he chose the Ducks instead.

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