Well, this is it.
"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Well, this is it.
If Oregon demolishes USC, I think they hurdle ND
"Team of Destiny"
these announcers are so annoying..
Well, you could turn off the sound and listen to Don Criqui on the radio.
I hope ND at least gets destroyed in the human polls. ND is the exact reason you don't leave it to a computer to rank teams.
I think it will turn out exactly the opposite--if they win out, at the end of the year ND won't be #2 in any legitimate computer ranking not bound by the BCS rules but they'll be #2 in the human polls. They're already behind Oregon and K-State at Massey, even before this.
Computers aren't affected by the relentless media drumbeat--the voters will be, eventually.
besides MICHIGAN winning today.. the rest of today/night sucks
I am having flashbacks to Chad Henne taking a goal line snap in 2005. Why doesn't this ever happen to ND?
Notre Dame has 9 lives.
FUCK YOU ND AND MSU
I hate college football.
That is all.
two chokejobs tonight..just brutal to watch
I hate this, god damn it, this is why we can't have NICE THINGS
Sometimes it's your year.
We had it last year, Notre Dame and Nebraska have it this year.
MSU up 24-14 and you just knew they were going to lose.
Pitt up 20-6 and you knew they were going to lose.
The only good thing about ND winning is that Manti Teo is a good guy.
That's a double suck
On the bright side, Iowa is going to have 30 seconds to drive the length of the field to beat Indiana. Who wouldn't love to see a 5-7 Indiana team in the B1G championship game? Especially if we get to play them.
Well the refs in South Bend did their job again. God damn it.
Here's justice: Oregon is killing USC. Notre Dame squeaked past Pitt in 3 OT. The Irish won't get a even sniff at the NC game.
ND winning is breaking news on the espn networks....really? Jeez
Sucks. I don't recall breaking news when Oregon or KSU are undefeated.
Indiana actually might go to the Big Ten championship game.
20 yards behind the play on an interception return might have kept Michigan out of the Big Ten title game.