Salvi captain for a day

Senior safety Chris Salvi was named a game-day captain at Friday night’s pep rally. It was the first time a walk-on has been given the honor since Brian Kelly was hired before last season. The former Carmel Catholic standout has been an inspirational leader and special teams standout this season.“It was awesome,” said senior safety Harrison Smith, the team’s lone season captain. “That’s the only way I can describe that. Nobody deserves that as much as Chris Salvi does. He brings it every day. He brings a love not only for the game and the team but for this university.”

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