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I have been watching Notre Dame football almost religiously for the last ~20 years. I am an avid college football fan (I would watch over the NFL any day), I typically watch a Big 10 game, then ND, then the game on ESPN or ABC depending on who is playing. It annoys my wife to no end, trust me. I'm also a huge Cubbies fan, but I am not sure if they have the pieces in 2009...
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Let's hope Swarbrick gets this coaching hire right.
Sad News, Yet Honored Respective :
I thought I might fire up some Trojan fans. Thoughts?
I've spent the past several weeks adding to a piece dedicated to one of the father's of college football, Knute Rocke. In time for his dedication tomorrow at Notre Dame Stadium, I present to you the true and inspiring story of the most renown coach in the game:
Don't be shy, and as always, feedback is appreciated.
Here's to 3-1
Jimmy Clausen has been the best quarterback in the past 240 minutes of college football. Will he be invited to New York this year, or will the Tebow's of the nation get their pre-reserved seats?
Don't be shy.
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2 September 2009
Today is a big day -- just reached my first 1000+ read article. Pretty cool if you ask me...
Thanks for reading and I will keep them coming
The great debate continues, and I share my opinion on it in my latest piece. I'd also like to hear your opinion,so don't be shy!
The full explanation for why college football is better than the NFL: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/243617-saturdays-vs-sundays-why-college-football-is-better-than-the-nfl