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Name: Benjamin Morrison 
College: Notre Dame     Number: 20
Height: 6-0   Weight: 179
Position: CB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2026

40 Low: 4.36
   40 Time: 4.46
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 Benjamin Morrison, Notre Dame, Player News


  Notre Dame first-year cornerback Benjamin Morrison has all five of his interceptions in November after picking off three passes against Boston College. Morrison's first two came in the opening quarter and this third in the third quarter. The previous Notre Dame player with three picks in a game was Harrison Smith against Miami in the 2010 Sun Bowl. Morrison's five interceptions are most by an Irish player since Manti Te'o had seven in 2012. - AP College Football

(DS#3 CB) So/2026 CB Benjamin MorrisonNotre Dame
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  Cornerback Benjamin Morrison had three interceptions, the Notre Dame defense forced two fumbles and the No. 18 Fighting Irish scored on their first eight possessions to beat Boston College 44-0 on Saturday. The Fighting Irish (8-3) won their ninth straight against Boston College (3-8), the only other Catholic university playing in the FBS. Notre Dame also extended its regular-season winning streak against Atlantic Coast Conference teams to 28 games. The temperature at game time was 27 degrees, making it the coldest game at Notre Dame in nine years, and heavy snow fell through much of the third quarter. Notre Dame dominated from the start, with Logan Diggs breaking through the line untouched for 51 yards before being tackled at the BC 24-yard line. The Irish settled for a 26-yard field goal by Blake Grupe. On the next possession, Diggs scored on a 1-yard run, Drew Pyne threw a 1-yard TD pass to Matt Salerno and the rout was on. A little more than four minutes into the game, Notre Dame had more points than Boston College had total yards - 17-7. Notre Dame had an 11:42 to 3:18 advantage in time of possession and only needed to make five tackles in the first quarter.

The Eagles threatened to score after Emmett Morehead completed his first pass, 39 yards to Zay Flowers at the Notre Dame 25. But Morehead's next pass to Joe Griffin was intercepted by Morrison in the end zone. Morrison, who had two key interceptions two weeks ago in a win over Clemson, also intercepted Morehead at the BC 20-yard line on the Eagles' first possession and at the BC 47-yard field goal on the Eagles' first possession of the second half. The Irish had a 336-81 yards advantage in total yards in the first half and 214-1 yards in rushing offense to open a 37-0 halftime lead. For the game, the Irish had a 437-173 advantage in total yards. It was the fifth straight game the Fighting Irish have scored at least 35 points. The only other time that's happened was the first five games in 1943, when the Irish won a national championship with a record of 9-1. The 44-point margin of victory was the second largest in the series; the Irish beat the Eagles 54-7 in 1992. - Notre Dame/AP College Football


(DS#3 CB) So/2026 CB Benjamin MorrisonNotre Dame
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  Notre Dame first-year cornerback Benjamin Morrison ran back an interception 96 yards against Clemson, the longest of the season in a game matching FBS opponents. Morrison had his first career interception in the third quarter before his pick-6 gave the Irish a 28-0 lead on their way to a 35-14 win. - AP College Football

(DS#3 CB) So/2026 CB Benjamin MorrisonNotre Dame
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  NOV 6 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: BENJAMIN MORRISON, NOTRE DAME, Freshman, Cornerback, Phoenix, AZ/Brophy Prep,...Freshman Benjamin Morrison recorded seven tackles (4 solo), intercepted two passes (one of which he returned 96 yards for a Fighting Irish touchdown) and broke up one pass as Notre Dame defeated fourth-ranked and previously undefeated Clemson, 35-14. With the win, Notre Dame improved to 6-3. Notes: Benjamin Morrison is the 12th Notre Dame player to earn Walter Camp National Player of Week honors (since 2004), and the first since former Fighting Irish safety Kyle Hamilton (September 19, 2021). - The Walter Camp Football Foundation

(DS#3 CB) So/2026 CB Benjamin MorrisonNotre Dame
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  Prince Kollie scored on a blocked punt, Benjamin Morrison returned an interception 96 yards for a touchdown and had another interception to set up another score as Notre Dame earned its second straight win over a ranked opponent, beating No. 5 Clemson 35-14 on Saturday night. It was just the third win over a top-10 opponent for Notre Dame (6-3) in its past 10 games since 2018. The other wins were against No. 8 Stanford in 2018 and top-ranked Clemson in 2020. Just as in that 47-40 victory two years ago, fans stormed the field to celebrate. The loss ended a 14-game winning streak by the Tigers (8-1), the longest active streak among FBS teams. It was Clemson's fifth road loss since 2015. Clemson coach Dabo Swinney pulled DJ Uiagalelei for a second straight game, even though he had completed 13 of 19 passes for 78 yards when he was replaced by Cade Klubnik late in the third quarter. This time it backfired, though, as Klubnik was pressured by Justin Ademilola and his pass was intercepted by Morrison at the 14-yard line. The Irish scored three plays later on Audric Estime's 2-yard run to make it 21-0.

Uiagabele returned in the next series and drove the Tigers to the Irish 19-yard line before Morrison intercepted the pass to Joseph Ngata at the 4-yard line and returned it for a TD. With winds of 20 mph, and Drew Pyne struggling in recent games, the Irish leaned heavily on their run game, even though Clemson entered the game ranked seventh nationally against the run, giving up 87.9 yards a game. Logan Diggs rushed for 114 yards on 17 carries and the Irish compiled 263 yards rushing, the most rushing yards allowed by Clemson this season. The previous high was 206 yards by Florida State. It was the second-highest rushing game for the Irish this season. The Irish improved to 5-0 when they rush for more than 200 yards. Pyne was 9 of 17 passing for 85 yards and added a 5-yard rushing touchdown. It was the fourth straight game that Pyne failed to complete more than 50% of his passes after completing 74% of his passes in his first three starts. - Notre Dame/AP College Football


(DS#3 CB) So/2026 CB Benjamin MorrisonNotre Dame
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