Jimmy Clausen recieved a figurative black eye from Connecticut Saturday, losing in double overtime. It would appear an altercation outside a South Bend bar was enough to give him a real black eye.
Starting quarterback and team captain Jimmy Clausen was involved in an altercation outside a South Bend, Ind., bar in the hours after a double-overtime loss to Connecticut on Saturday, taking a punch to the face in the incident, sources told the Tribune.
Clausen suffered at least one black eye as a result of the punch, according to a source.
A spokesman for Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis said he could not reach Weis for comment Monday night.
A South Bend police spokesman said Monday no police reports were filed over the weekend that involved Clausen.
The particulars of the confrontation are unclear, though a person answering the phone at CJ’s Pub, the bar in question, said the incident "absolutely did not take place inside the bar."
WGN-AM 720’s David Kaplan reported that it occurred at 2:30 a.m. Sunday.