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Georgia OL prospect the first commit for new Notre Dame OL coach Joe Rudolph

New Notre Dame offensive line coach Joe Rudolph pulled in his first recruit by continuing to chase a prospect he initially wanted at his last job. Three-star offensive lineman Anthonie Knapp (Roswell High School; Ga.) committed to the Irish on Wednesday afternoon, picking Notre Dame over Rudolph’s former employer, Virginia Tech, as well as Georgia Tech and North Carolina.

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Scotland claim famous win as McTominay brace sinks Spain
Super Scott McTominay was again the two-goal hero as Scotland stunned Spain with a sensational 2-0 Euro 2024 qualifying win at a delirious Hampden Park. The Manchester United midfielder, who climbed off the bench to score twice to clinch the 3-0 home win against Cyprus on Saturday, struck again after seven minutes to shock the Spanish side and probably the Tartan Army too. Angus Gunn's goal survived a few scares in the first half as the Spanish reacted fiercely but McTominay grabbed a second six minutes after the restart to take Steve Clarke's men top of Group A with six points from six. It was a sobering evening for Luis de la Fuente, in his second game as Spain boss following the 3-0 win over Norway at the weekend. However, it was a momentous result for Scotland - Spain last lost to the Scots in 1984 at Hampden Park - and it was helped further by the 1-1 draw between Norway and Georgia - June's opponents - earlier in the day. But what an occasion in Mount Florida. Clarke had called for patience against the section's top seeds and in looking for a positive result he made three changes with McTominay, fellow midfielder Ryan Christie and striker Lyndon Dykes coming in, the latter for the injured Che Adams. By contrast, De la Fuente, who took over from Luis Enrique after a decade with Spain's youth team, only kept three from the weekend.