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Notre Dame's Rudolph: 'I feel like I'll be 100 percent' vs. BC

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Notre Dame tight end Kyle Rudolph, hampered by a sore hamstring against Stanford, said Wednesday that he anticipates being healthy for Saturday night's game at Boston College.

''I feel like I'll be 100 percent on Saturday,'' said Rudolph, who was limited through most of preseason practice by a hamstring injury.

Rudolph had one reception for one yard against Stanford. He had a bad drop on a second-and-10 play late in the first half that helped give the Cardinal a chance to drive for a field goal in the final 34 seconds to take a 16-6 lead.

Rudolph said he might have tweaked the hammy on the one reception he had and was not 100 percent healthy after that.

''I don't know a percentage -- I wasn't myself. I know that,'' he said. ''Whatever it was -- aggravating it, the weather ... we did everything we could from a medical standpoint to get it loosened up. But it was something that nagged me for the whole [game].''

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