Regardless of how sloppy Notre Dame's performance was on Saturday night against Michigan, the bottom line is that the number in the loss column for the Fighting Irish remains zero.
The 13-6 win was a bit more bumpy than the previous week's 20-3 win at Michigan State, but Notre Dame was able to exorcise three years of demons against the Wolverines.
The defense was again the story, holding a second straight opponent without a touchdown. Denard Robinson helped the Irish's cause, throwing four first-half interceptions. Offensively, Everett Golson was unable to finish the game for the second time in three weeks, as Tommy Rees engineered the team's only touchdown drive.
We've graded each of Notre Dame's 22 starters from Saturday's victory, with the team's two No. 5s bookending the report card.