Can Notre Dame continue to be a College Football powerhouse with their tough aca

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  1. lions44 profile image96
    lions44posted 4 years ago

    Can Notre Dame continue to be a College Football powerhouse with their tough academic standards?

    I say no.  They need the Stanford model and forget about national championships. There's nothing wrong with that.  With the cheating scandal that was revealed this week and four players suspended, their hopes for the new playoff system are done.  In today's environment, you can't sustain both academic integrity and football prowess. 

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  2. Sam Tumblin profile image66
    Sam Tumblinposted 4 years ago

    I disagree if a student understands there is a certain academic expectations to meet than it makes for better recruits, quality players, better individuals by sticking to academic integrity. More to life during and after football. I think schools such as Notre Same can still contend as powerhouses.

    1. lions44 profile image96
      lions44posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Sam, you're right, but in today's environment,  the kids don't have time to study meaningful and with the new rules for the power conferences (basically they make up the rules), ND will be at a disadvantage even more in the coming years.

  3. Writer David profile image79
    Writer Davidposted 4 years ago

    Are ND academic standards higher than Stanford?  I really doubt it.  Stanford has great success in football.  The academics excuse by ND is a crutch they have long used and will continue to use.  Even Duke has success now.  ND is a victim of their own success in that they have a sense of entitlement based on the past.  You have to work for what you get in college football.  Somewhere along the way, ND lost sight of that fact.  I really thought Coach Kelly was the answer for them.  He is a solid coach.  But, it appears more and more, he might be in over his head.

    1. lions44 profile image96
      lions44posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I just think ND is delusional.  Stanford has had great success but they can never compete on the same level as Alabama, or Texas A&M in the long term.  It's the same for ND. That's okay. Their priorities are correct.

 
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