Found September 23, 2012 on Subway Domer:
Notre Dame beat Michigan 13-6. Is there anything else we need to discuss? Well obviously we do, but that's for a later post. Right now, I'm just soaking this 4-0 start up and drinking every last drop of the skunkbear tears. You should do the same. 
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