There have been various threads on pieces of this. Here is a final collection of the days worth.
Pre Game-- Said ND was only game he'd pay to see, best place to see a game in America. Crist was going to be breakout QB of the week. Allen was going to be breakout RB of the week. Seriously, he said all three of those things with a straight face. He has no awareness of his homerness.
Post Game- He said ND should be proud of the D, because outside of one player they played well. Does he realize that they still gave up 500 yards? Does he also realize that on Denard's rushing and passing plays, it wasn't just him? Yanno, those guys sometimes block for him and those WR's sometimes catch it, and even run after the catch occasionally. And maybe ND's defense should have done something about those guys blocking for Denard or catching his passes. But who lets rationality get in the way.
Later Post Game-- On Crists final play that he threw out the back of the end zone, he couldn't help but comment on the great protection by the O-line. Even though Crist makes one of the worst throws I've ever seen (completely removing ANY chance of a catch to win the game), even though on that play ND lost, he still had to say something about how great ND is in the face of obvious suck. Mark May pointed out to him that Michigan was rushing 3 vs. 5 blockers, but that doesn't matter to sweet sweet Lou.
I know he's old, but how does ESPN put up with this? It is insane how each week, each and every single week, he picks ND to be the winner and the breakout player and whatever else. Not to mention he perennially picks them to win it all at the beginning of the year. I don't get how ESPN doesn't see how he completely ruins their credibility. It used to make me laugh, but I'm starting to get mad about it.