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Theo Riddick is going to need so much ice after this game.
I don't even know who the Bama backup QB is, but this is so ugly that AJ McCarron could sit down with cramps and the backup would still lead them to a 35-point win.
I wish ND fans melted down like RCMB.
This is disgusting.
Seeing them go silent is just as good.
Where have you been?
not at the level of rcmb. no one can have an rcmb type meltdown. love that thread. rcmb never lets me down when I need a laugh.
This post was edited by Wolverines89 18 months ago
Davonte Neal is a god-awful punt returner.
How did we lose to these idiots?
Looks like they not going to be the 1995 championship game score of Nebraska 62 Florida 24
Turnovers! It hurts.
This post was edited by Nick_Wolverines 18 months ago
Scout!! Where ya been, man?
This post was edited by TAMUWolverine 18 months ago
Brent and Herbie confirming what I kept saying to IrishImpact, Te'o gets so many of his interceptions from tips over the middle, not from any particularly great play on his part.
rudy rudy rudy rudy Rudy Rudy Rudy RUDY RUDY RUDY RUDY RUDY!!!!!!!!
This is seriously disgusting. About to be 28-0.
After this thrashing hopefully we can get rid of all the Irish posters here
And Bama is on the verge of scoring again. This has been an absolutely pathetic effort by ND.
And TD Bama.
I'm liking the fact that they'll all be put back in their place for the next 7 months.
That's the main reason I'm hoping for a shutout.
game is officially over. bye chumps going to the gym to pick things up and put them down
Don't think it's about effort for ND. I'm not sure who is surprised by this, but I'm not.
Dual-threat QBs just don't do well against Saban defenses; remember Borges said that? E.G. for Notre Dame is young, excitable, and is not a pure pocket passer. Notre Dame damn sure can't run the ball UP the middle against Alabama; they have to attack the edges. Bama has the team speed and discipline to negate that.
My co-worker bet dinner on ND. I **told** him that Alabama was going to run the ball against the Irish, and effectively at that. On the flip side, I had my doubts that ND would be able to string long drives together against Alabama.
Alabama is just a better overall football team than ND is.
The only question and reason I am still watching. Will Kelly turn purple?
I seem to remember a certain dual-threat QB that did pretty well against Bama. I think he won the Heisman.
In seriousness, though, your statement is generally correct.
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