Notre Dame Football: Funniest Fan Rants on Twitter from BCS Blowout

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Notre Dame Football: Funniest Fan Rants on Twitter from BCS Blowout
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The Alabama Crimson Tide coasted past the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 42-14, winning their second consecutive BCS National Championship.

Bama took the reins right from the outset, dominating from start to finish. It was one of the biggest blowouts in BCS history, one of the most disappointing TV events of the year and possibly the single most embarrassing moment in Notre Dame football history.

As is expected in the year 2013, Twitter was abuzz with japes about the Irish's no-show. Here are some of the best we could find:

Justin Mustian, a comedian and writer at someecards.com, tweeted:

 

Variations of that joke popped up all night, but Mustian knocked it out of the park.

LeBron James believes it should have been Oregon, not Notre Dame in the title game:

 

Like many others, he wanted to see the Ducks take their talents to South Beach.

Andy Glockner, writer for SI.com and notorious Twitter aficionado, had this to say:

 

This just in: The Toronto Argonauts have declined offers for any and every Notre Dame player.

ESPN business insider Darren Rovell poked fun at Notre Dame's famous sign:

 

 

Credit where credit is due, Rovell. Well played. 

Early in the game, Beyond the Bets tweeted a hilarious, but true, fact:

 

I honestly don't even know how to respond to that one. Eye-popping.

International supermodel and celebrity heartthrob du jour Kate Upton tweeted:

 

Yesterday, my mom a beautiful girl I was hanging out with said that she "didn't get why everyone is so obsessed with Kate Upton."

First of all, how dare you. And secondly, there's your answer.

Finally, ESPN analyst Robert Smith chimed in with one of the night's most popular sentiments:

 

Two more years, people. Just two more frickin' years.

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