Notre Dame Football: Tonight's Game Is More Than Just a Must-Win
What do you do today if you’re a follower of the Notre Dame football team? Do you open today with the optimistic view that you have a chance at bouncing back against Michigan? Do you think that the original starting quarterback Dayne Crist just had a bad game last week against South Florida?
Or do you think that this season is just going to be like the last few years and end with a 7-5 record.
Because, just like the past few years, this 2011 Notre Dame football team opened the season with a lot of preseason hype. With people thinking they were a Bowl Championship Series bowl team and a lot of people thinking that the Irish program was back to it’s dominate self.
But, just like every year since Brady Quinn led the Irish to the Sugar Bowl they have fallen in the first game, and now have the potential to open the season at a winless 0-4.
In College Football, every game is a must-win game. One loss and your hopes for a national championship is all but gone. But for this 2011 Notre Dame team, tonight’s game against Michigan isn’t just a must-win for a championship, it’s a must-win for their confidence.
It's a must-win for a fan base that is dying for a winning team.
It’s a must-win for a second year head coach that was looked to be the next great Notre Dame head coach.
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