Home Sports Redskin How Kyren Williams transformed himself into Notre Dame’s answer at running back SportsRedskin How Kyren Williams transformed himself into Notre Dame’s answer at running back October 15, 2020 3 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Kyren Williams stood in the garage of his off-campus house the day after putting up 185 yards and two touchdowns against Florida State. His mother Taryn and sister Grace were there, too, all three taking a moment to reflect on the night before, its significance amplified by the 12 years that led to it. When Williams first jumped into football as a second grader, he did so with plans to take this as far as possible. He bypassed his local public high school in the St. Louis area to attend St. John Vianney, a private school that could offer better exposure. For Christmas during his freshman year, he asked for a trip to summer football camp at Notre Dame. Roughly three years later, Williams was on the Irish roster as a mid-year enrollee. Those were all mile markers for Williams, steps toward something bigger. And with all due respect to state championships, scholarship offers and commitment ceremonies, Saturday night against Florida State was… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Brandon Aiyuk, Emmanuel Moseley make short work of Pats, and other 49ers minutia [Washington Post] – Ron Rivera completes final cancer treatment, as Washington enters bye week with momentum Ron Rivera sends great tweet after finishing cancer treatment Live Q&A with Seattle Mariners writer Corey Brock [NFL: Washington Redskins] – Scott Turner Says Cam Sims Has Made The Most Of His Opportunities Andy Dalton doesn't remember what happened on hit by Jon Bostic Live Maple Leafs Q&A: James Mirtle and Jonas Siegel take your questions Washington shares awesome video from Ron Rivera’s final cancer treatment [Washington Post] – Jon Bostic not expected to be suspended for illegal hit on Cowboys’ Andy Dalton Sixers roster analysis: Here’s who stays and who goes for next season [The Washington Times] – Jon Bostic not expected to be suspended for Andy Dalton hit Report: Jon Bostic will not be suspended for hit on Andy Dalton LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.