Liam Eichenberg’s bruised and swollen left eye didn’t tell the story.

The appearance of Eichenberg’s eye was more indicative of what No. 5 Notre Dame’s offensive line did to the Florida State defense in Saturday night’s 42-26 Irish victory in Notre Dame Stadium.

The offensive line, with assists from the Irish tight ends and receivers, continued its dominance in clearing paths for Notre Dame’s running game. The Irish (3-0, 2-0 ACC) totaled 353 rushing yards — the most in a game since the last time Florida State visited South Bend in 2018 and allowed 365 rushing yards.

You should see the other guy,” the fifth-year Notre Dame left tackle would be well within his right.

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