October 7th, 2015 at 3:55 PM ^

I keep F5ing for the UFR, I need some distractions to get me to 7:08 CT


/baseball is stupid, 1 game playoffs are stupid, they're better than not making the playoffs, man I hope my heart rate goes down


October 7th, 2015 at 4:01 PM ^

For some reason I'm always amazed at how racist some fans can be. I should expect it at this point. Especially from the ND fan base.


October 7th, 2015 at 6:57 PM ^

That ND fan shouldn't be allowed to post in public.  OTOH, THIS ND fan should be invited to MGoBlog:

"I feel like I'm locked in a 5 Stages of Grieving looped tape of Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and look around this small room with no window and no doors and Sartre taps out a message from an adjoining cell that reads "No...Exit."

People like this make internet communities a lot more fun...


October 7th, 2015 at 4:18 PM ^

The video montage of Georgia fans in the rain was great.  And so was the numbered list of "things I'd rather do than watch this game".  Dr. Evil would like the shorn scrotum choice.




October 7th, 2015 at 4:29 PM ^

Georgia fan rant with 6 things that beat dawg football was epic.

It is so nice to sip tasty kool-aid on the deck of the battleship USS Harbaugh and calmly watch the burning of these Chinese junkets


October 7th, 2015 at 4:53 PM ^

I didn't like the way Clemson got to enter the field through the tunnel with the ramp while we were made to shuffle in quietly off to the side. I wish Kelly would have marched the team in right down the middle of that ramp and put the chip on our guy's shoulders and punched them in the mouth like he said we needed too.

This complaint is somehow classically ND. I laughed. 

"We had to enter from the visitor's locker room and endure some theatrics that didn't involve us. Not fair."

Mpfnfu Ford

October 7th, 2015 at 6:01 PM ^

Which comments are from know-it-all grad fans, and which are from SULLY FROM BOSTON. Sully would have gotten his GED but the protctor was a fackin' BLEEPie. The know it all grad fans go on and on about IQ and not being smart enough to be Notre Dame's coach, while not understanding basic game theory.


October 7th, 2015 at 5:28 PM ^

"An imaginary world where a soulless wizard tries to kill a child is better than the real world where a soulless coach is trying to kill my dreams."

Hopefully he soaked in at least one Zoloft commercial during the HP marathon...


October 7th, 2015 at 8:58 PM ^

Georgia Montage was awesome. In elevator with Rosie O'Donnel was very funny.

ND fans crying was delicious. I want to Texas again next week. May be it won't happen and they will win?

I have to say some of those fans are creepy and sad

NEB conspiracy was epic.


October 7th, 2015 at 9:16 PM ^

I think the ND folks complaining about going for two on the first TD when you know you need two TDs, one with a 2pt, are wrong actually, and, I can't believe I'm finding myself having to say it, Kelly was right. You try for 2 on the first one, because if you fail then you know and you have time to try for the extra score. If you wait til the second TD & you fail then, you're dead. It's one of the calls most coaches get wrong, according to the analytics. (Pulling goalie later than should, not going for it on 4th down nearly enough, and bunting--like almost ever, i.e. U should almost never bunt)

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October 7th, 2015 at 11:34 PM ^

Comes from fans who picked it up from the announcer.  I recall him mentioning that at the end of the game - "if he hadn't gone for two before, now he could just kick the extra point to force overtime" or something like that.  They're despondent and trying to rationalize what just happened, so they latch on to the easy explanation.  Conveniently placed in their lap by TV guy.  Of course, at the time Kelly went for two, same TV guy explained how logical it was.  Easy to forget that while you're experiencing 'disaster.'