Found January 09, 2013 on
So this is what defeat feels like. I mean, after all, it had been over a year since the last time Notre Dame football lost a game, and I sort of, kind of forgot how this is supposed to taste.
If I listened to some twitter people and media outlets, I suppose I should be embarrassed that Notre Dame got beat so handily by Alabama 42-14. I suppose that in some ways this discredits Notre Dame's 12-0 regular season, and the Irish football team should be relegated to the Ivy League.
And then I suppose that anyone else that's not an Alabama fan can lick my ass. Yes. Lick my ass a thousand times over if you think this loss undermines an entire season of awesome.
More on that in a bit.
The game was an avalanche. The buildup of "holy **** that sucks" started early and kept going for the duration. Just as even in these modern and technological times, man cannot stop an avalanche or a tsunami or an earthquake or a volcano from erupting; so too could Notre Dame...
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Skylar Diggins scored four of her 19 points in overtime, helping second-ranked Notre Dame overcome cold shooting and hold off South Florida for a 75-71 victory on Tuesday night.
Natalie Achonwa had 20 points and Jewell Loyd finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds for the Fighting Irish (13-1, 2-0 Big East) in their first game since handing then-No. 1 Connecticut its first loss of...
Kate Upton rips on Notre Dame and Mark Sanchez on twitter, piling on the two embarrassing performances. I’m sure most of us would love Kate Upton to Pile on us when she’s done ripping into them. It’s Ok Notre Dame, this happens to the Jets every week Damn girl, observant, cruel and very hot. [...]
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6 Reasons Notre Dame Can Make Another Run in ’13 – UHND
College GameDay’s Lee Corso has brought us many memorable moments from this year’s College Football season. Whether it was calling a 5-year-old a Midget or calling Collin Klein Calvin Klein.Before Monday’s National Championship game between the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame and the Crimson Tide of Alabama, Corso went out on a limb and selected the underdog, Notre Dame. Afterwords...
NewsTags: Alabama Crimson TideBrian KellyNick SabanNotre Dame Fighting IrishPhiladelphia EaglesAccording to various reports from Philly.com and CSNPhilly.com, the Eagles interviewed Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly after the BCS Championship game. They would not confirm the meeting but numerous sources with Philly.com and CSNPhilly...
Breathe in, breathe out, Notre Dame.
It's going to be OK. Don't panic.
Not again. If Brian Kelly leaves, things will be OK.
Kelly reportedly interviewed with the Philadelphia Eagles roughly 96 hours after he said he had no idea if any NFL team had contacted his agent. He also had said Saturday in Miami before the BCS Championship Game, that leaving Notre Dame...
Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o closed out his career as the most decorated player in college football history. The senior won the Lott Trophy, as well as the Maxwell Award, the Chuck Bednarik Award, the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, the Butkus Award, the Lombardi Award, and the Walter Camp Award. He placed second in the voting for the Heisman Trophy, tying Hugh Green for...
The BCS National Championship game played on Monday night between Notre Dame and Alabama was expected to break viewership records since the moment it was set. Unfortunately for ESPN’s executives, there were no records broken, but the good news is that it could have been much worse. Considering the fact that Alabama was leading 28-0 after the first half, things could have actually...
Notre Dame proved throughout 2012 it was back as a national competitor. It proved Monday night in Miami that no program is on par with the all-powerful Alabama Crimson Tide.