The title says it all, my friends.
The AP first broke the news this morning, the University confirmed the news, and here's an ESPN blurb on the news.
Notre Dame has reinstated DaVaris Daniels, the football team's leading returning receiver, and Jerian Grant, the basketball team's leading scorer, after they were suspended for the spring semester for undisclosed academic violations.
The pair had been reinstated and will return to Notre Dame beginning with summer school next month, the school said Wednesday.
The 6-foot-2, 203-pound Daniels was second on the team last season with 49 catches for 745 yards. He will be a senior academically in the fall but has two years of athletic eligibility left because he didn't play as a freshman.
Daniels said when he was suspended in January that "attending the University of Notre Dame is a privilege and with that comes a certain level of academic responsibility" and that he intended to re-enroll in the summer and earn his degree.
The 6-5 Grant was leading the Irish in scoring at 19 points per game as well as in assists (6.2) and steals (2.0) when he was suspended after the Irish squandered an eight-point lead in the final 50 seconds in a loss to then-No. 3 Ohio State, falling to 8-4.
Welcome back, DaVaris and Jerian.