Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Omar Hunter to Florida

from a very reliable source.

The wheels are coming off the Weis wagon. Even the koolaid drinkers of NDNation are supporting a Weis termination now.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Beat the Rush, hate Miami now

Beat the rush hate Miami transfer now.

Friday, November 23, 2007

Charlie named Sports Illustrated Turkey of the Year

Happy Thanksgiving Tuna.


Aspirational Peer Cup Standings

After taking down Duke, we're well on our way to the aspirational peer trophy. Since we've already lost the CoC trophy with losses to two of the three US service acadmies this year it's the best we can hope for.

When we beat Stanford it's ours.

Stanford had no comment. They didn't even know they were in a competition.

OF course, we should observe a moment of silence for what we've given up as a school to try to move up in the aspirational peer cup.

Best poetry ever.

Stanford Preview

ND: Weis
Stanford: Harbaugh
Harbaugh pisses off Michigan and beats USC.
Weis loses to Michigan 38-0 and loses to USC 38-0.

ND: Jimmy "Powlus" Clausen
Stanford: Some guy I've never heard of

ND: Doesn't have one
Stanford: Presumably does.

ND: Crude chants, F___ you Pete Carroll echo as USC goes up 38 to 0.
Stanford: Light applause as Stanford beats Pete Carroll.

ND: 119th out of 119 D-1A teams
Stanford: better. I don't need to waste time looking it up.
Advantage: Stanford


Stanford will win going away.

Weis pulls miracle, beats Duke at home

In the first home since Army over a year ago, Charlie Weis lucked into victory.

What though the odds be great or small. Old Notre Dame will win over all. The odds weren't exactly small as the oddsmakers had it as a pick-um at a nuetral site. Clausen looked poorly coached. I can't understand why any QB would want to come into the system. No blocking, no development, just an impending injury and a future as Notre Dame's QB coach when Powlus retires.

Let's hope Crist wasn't watching this year. Well, one half of me hopes he wasn't so he comes to ND. Another half sees a good kid who doesn't deserve to turn into another Powlus or Clausen.

In other news, there's some new premium info regarding Rudolph's probable decommit. I'm not going to divluge other's premium work and open myself up to lawsuits, but if you're a member at rivals, go take a look. Or just look a few posts down for the basics.

Monday, November 12, 2007

New Sagarin Computer rankings are out

Most consider the Sagarin computer to be the most accurate predictor used in the BCS computations.

1. Kansas
2. LSU
3. Oregon
(3-99 omitted)
100. Yale
101. Villanova
102. Southern Missouri
103. Notre Dame
104. South Dakota State
105. Hofstra
106. Georgia Southern

Notre Dame is the 103rd best team in the land behind 17 1-AA schools, every BCS school, all three US academies, several Ivy League schools that don't award athletic scholarships, and both opponents left on the schedule.

We're 1-9 and are home dogs to Duke. Anyone want to defend Weis?