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Old 12-01-2009, 06:58 PM
 
Location: Midwestern Dystopia
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see ya chubby weis - i will miss the snot and corner mouth spit freezing as he stares mouth agape at another pathetic performance out of his "top 10" recruiting classes.........

ND plays a joke schedule and still can't get to 8-9 wins

the first thing they need to do is realize that they are nothing special - most of todays kids aren't coming up catholic, don't have any nostalgia to ND glory days, are used to seeing a different crop of top teams and with such extensive programming can still play on TV every weekend with many different programs

once that reality sets in they need to find their own pete carroll or nick saban - guys who straddle the line at traditional powers, but the boosters/alumni don't really care because they produce results

loosen the reigns a little bit, get some success against the top teams for a few years and then start to pull them back in a little
exactly, 8 of 12 at home and still 6-6. @ ND

remember the time they refused to go to a bowl game because it wasn't a high class enough standard for them? get over yourselves.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:11 PM
 
Location: Somewhere in Kentucky
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Jon Gruden has been mentioned as well.
He would have to be an absolute moron to take the job. I mean, the guy won the Super Bowl. Going to Notre Dame would be a step down imo.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:12 PM
 
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exactly, 8 of 12 at home and still 6-6. @ ND

remember the time they refused to go to a bowl game because it wasn't a high class enough standard for them? get over yourselves.
Betcha they refuse an invite this year as well.
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Old 12-01-2009, 07:14 PM
 
Location: Cook County
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I highly doubt it will drag out this long, but I hope they hire someone soon, that way when the Bears fire Lovie at the end of this season they won't have another local team competing for the people they are targeting.

Seriously, I ask you guys, would you want Charlie Weis as off coordinator for your NFL team? I'd take him on the Bears for sure, but we have been offensively inept for 50 years, so thats just me.
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