I didn't even watch the game at all and I could tell that it was not going to be even close. I changed the channel to ESPN for a couple of seconds and saw the score was 28 - 0, Alabama. It was the most uninteresting game to watch. If anyone thought that game was going to be close, you had to have been Notre Dame fans.
This is why college football clearly needs a playoff system. Alabama just dominated Notre Dame in ever part of the game. They might as well had let Georgia or Texas A&M play in that game last night. As for the four team playoff coming in 2014 will just create more and more controversy in my opinion, not enough teams. Also how in the world did Manti Te'o finish second in the heisman race he did not do nothing last night, just to show that college football experts are wrong and it has become so political.
It was a glorious evening for a glorious program. Congratulations to Nick Saban, Lee Millner, Eddie LACY!, T.J. Yeldon, mister Clinton-Dix (forgot his first name), and of course, Mister McCarron. Roll Tide mothaf*ckas!
The highlight of the telecast was when they focused in on Miss Alabama in the stands, who also happens to be McCarron's girlfriend.
Other than that, I certainly would have preferred some Ducks or Johnny Football playing the Crimson Tide instead of Notre Shame.
Hell yeah she was almost as fine as Casey Jacobsen's girlfriend (Stanford basketball player who was drafted by the Phoenix Suns, and all anyone did when he got picked was cheer on his girlfriend when they showed her on the monitor). Yeah that Manziel cat is a BEAST. 2 TD passes, 2 TD runs...and he wouldn't have thrown it at Millner, that was the kiss of death last night for those little Irish people.
I'd put a lot of the blame for the terrible performance on the Notre Dame coaching staff. Dumb game plan, especially not staying away from Millner. The Irish weren't ready to play. You wonder how much the month-and-a-half layoff hurt. Did they tackle in practice? They sure couldn't tackle in the game.
by Kevin W 2 years ago
Who will win the BCS Championship game? Alabama or Notre Dame?
by Patrick King 8 years ago
I like to find out among all fellow Hubbers your thoughts on the next coach at Notre Dame. Right now, it seems to be Cincinnati Coach Brian Kelly or UCONN Coach Randy Edsall job to take. It will be interesting to see who takes on the job at ND.
by Paul Edmondson 6 years ago
Pretty good first half. Luck broke Elway's career touchdown record.
by A Texan 8 years ago
by Paul Edmondson 8 years ago
I don't think there are any great matchups last week, but there could be some big upsets.Tennessee needs a big win and Alabama could be ripe. Oregon has a tough test at Washington. They need to win to keep the buildup going for when they play USC.TCU vs BYU could be the game of the...
by COCOBEWARE 9 years ago
Why didn't President Obama recieve an honorary degree from Notre Dame?
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