I've echoed the thoughts of NBC's Keith Arnold for the past few weeks: this schedule doesn't demand Notre Dame get any "style points" ... but for damn sure we're going to take em! "Luck of the Irish", fortuitous bounces, opponents stupidity ... whatever. Five and Zero. Feels so good.
FORTY ONE to THREE!!!
376 Yards Rushing!!!
ZERO TDs ALLOWED IN 3 WEEKS!!!
Miami dropped two sure TDs, but those were both on the same drive so we'll call it a straight seven they left on the board. Whether Notre Dame struggled with the speed of Miami's receivers early or a quarterback who could get the ball farther than 20 yards or Motta's crew just found their feet in cement for a few series after the bye - it was clear that the Notre Dame defensive backs caught a few breaks in the first quarter before doing what they've done all year - stomp on opponents throats. Seriously - this Notre Dame team sees an opponent down and they attack with reckless abandon. We haven't seen ...