Found October 26, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
This is probably the best weekend we’ve had all year. Of course any coverage of that fact will all be clouded by one game. You know which one I’m talking about… Trey’s Trey Games of the Weekend: 1) Notre Dame … Continue reading →
BEST OF MAXIM
EVERYBODY GOT GUNS!
Oh, you’ve seen this move before in Norman, but that doesn’t make it any less magnificent. Lee Corso picked the Oklahoma Sooners to take down Notre Dame on GameDay, and to celebrate the pick he busted out the heavy artillery. Quite frankly, if I were producing the show, I would require Lee Corso to shoot [...]
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish will visit Norman, OK this weekend. Awaiting the Irish will be the Oklahoma Sooners. The Sooners are a double digit favorite and for good reason, Oklahoma has lost four games in fourteen years at home since Bob Stoops took over the coach reigns.
Few think Notre Dame have a chance against the Sooners. The better question may be how much better is Oklahoma...
Notre Dame football enters what most consider to be the biggest test of its 2012 BCS legitimacy on Saturday at 8:00 pm as the Fighting Irish take on #8 Oklahoma at Norman.
This will Notre Dame’s first contest against Oklahoma since 1999 and it’s first in Norman since 1968. The Irish don’t have a long, drawn out historical rivalry with the Sooners like they do against USC, Michigan...
The Oklahoma Sooners have been on a roll lately, winning their last three games by an average score of 52-16. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish, meanwhile, have just survived yet another one possession game by edging past BYU, 17-14. Surely, Oklahoma will put the boots to Notre Dame and pop another Irish Bubble. Surely Notre Dame does not deserve to be in the list of national championship...
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By JEFF LATZKE AP College Football Writer Garnering rare Heisman Trophy buzz as a linebacker, Notre Dame's Manti Te'o has certainly grabbed the attention of No. 8 Oklahoma.
Te'o averages about 10 tackles per game, and he has four interceptions and a fumble recovery this season for a Fighting Irish defense that ranks second in the nation...