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Floyd, Smith Out Two Weeks

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Charlie Weis said freshman receiver Michael Floyd and sophomore linebacker Brian Smith will miss the last two games of the season after suffering knee injuries in Saturday's 27-21 win over Navy. The Notre Dame coach said both players could return in time for a bowl game.
"It would be unreasonable to see either one of them play the next two weeks," said Weis, who described the injuries as "strains." "It's a four-week deal."
Weis said cornerback Terrail Lambert, who turned is ankle during Thursday's practice and did not play against Navy, is "50-50" for Saturday's game against Syracuse at Notre Dame Stadium. 
The senior corner may have trouble winning back his job, however. Weis lauded freshman backup Robert Blanton's performance against the Midshipmen.

I will post the entire press conference transcript as soon as its available.

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