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Brian Kelly, head coach of the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame, and Daelin Hayes, a leader on the team's defense, talk to TODAY in the wake of decisions by the Big Ten and Pac-12 college football seasons to cancel their fall seasons. “We have enhanced medical care, and we believe that we can play safely and care for everybody,” Kelly says. Hayes says, “You’re just as at risk anywhere … I would rather take that risk playing a game I love.”