Notre Dame football news: Tyler Buchner update adds injury insult for Fighting Irish after loss to Marshall

It's an ugly day for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Expected to bounce back strongly from an opening loss to the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes,

Tyler Buchner and the Fighting Irish instead suffered a devastating blow to their College Football Playoff chances with a 26-21 loss at home

Marshall Thundering Herd on Saturday. More salt was rubbed into Notre Dame football's wound when Fighting Irish head coach Marcus Freeman said after the game

that Buchner suffered a shoulder injury in the fourth quarter, per Peter Sampson of The Athletic.

Sampson also noted that Freeman doesn't have an idea at this point of the "severity or if the quarterback would miss time moving forward."

Tyler Buchner had a bad game against Marshall. He went 18 of 32 for 201 yards and zero touchdowns while throwing a pair of interceptions

one was taken to the home of the Thundering Herd. While Tyler Buchner showed up on the ground with 44 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns on 13 carries,