Found December 29, 2011 on Busted Coverage:
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This Florida State Seminole fan did not have a real good time at the Champs Sports Bowl against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The only explanation for why this mediocre team is pounding the Seminoles is divine intervention since Notre Dame is a well known Catholic school. Touchdown Jesus may have made sure Michael Floyd was actually sober for this game. Not even ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe who had at least 5 lbs of makeup on could help the Noles.

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