SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) -Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis will delay undergoing surgery on the knee he injured during Saturday's game against Michigan for at least a month and may forego it altogether.
Weis said Sunday that if he decides to have the surgery it would be on a bye week for the Irish or after the season. He said he's not in a rush to do anything.
A Notre Dame player crashed into Weis during a punt return during the game, which the Irish won 35-17. Weis remained on the sideline throughout the game on crutches.
On Sunday, he had a brace on his knee and walked with the aid of a cane. He said he plans to be on the sideline for Saturday's game at Michigan State.

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