Found November 09, 2011 on Subway Domer:
This is not a normal Hangover, but then again; when has it been this season? If you want to know my opinion of the Wake Forest game, I suppose I can offer these quick points: A win on the road against a team you have never played before is always good- no matter how it was won. And to be honest, after mulling over it a bit, I loved the way we played. The guys played tough, balls out football. It should be evident in the amount of players that played tough, running out the clock on the ground to end the game, and coming back from being down at halftime. Although there was a long list of players deserving of some headbutts, Mike Golic Jr. tops the list. Great play coming off the bench. The ESPN announcers were ****. Plain, stinky, horrible dog ****. **** you Ed. Brian Kelly was justified in his post game press conference when he completely slammed a reporters question about the passing game. Kelly was only concerned with the "W" at that point, and Pete Sampson of ...
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