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Old 12-05-2012, 12:16 AM
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Default Bama-ND defensive comparison

Did a quick chart today for you all. While doing this I remembered that Notre Dame didn't give up a single TD to Stanford offensively. And Bama gave up the return TD to Georgia and a kick return to Mizzou. ND also gave up 18 field goals this year (but we know that's their game). Enjoy.

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Old 12-05-2012, 01:28 AM
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Nice chart, cool to see it broke down this way.
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:57 AM
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The Pitt game really did ruin our stats... WTH happened during that game?!?!
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Louis Nix didn't play due to illness.
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Louis Nix didn't play due to illness.
He played sparingly, mostly in the 4th qtr & OT when ND shut down Pitt, but you are right, his absence made a HUGE difference.

ND needs him to have a big game to beat Bama.
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This doesn't make sense because Bama is supposed to be able to score all over us...lol...
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Did a quick chart today for you all. While doing this I remembered that Notre Dame didn't give up a single TD to Stanford offensively. And Bama gave up the return TD to Georgia and a kick return to Mizzou. ND also gave up 18 field goals this year (but we know that's their game). Enjoy.

If you change the gold 'games that ND didn't allow an offensive TD' to blue or green, add 'games that alabama didn't allow an offensive TD' in another color and added orange (or some other color) boxes for ST/Def TD's that chart would be SICK

great job!
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Guys it's gonna come down to one thing....

Can we stop Bama's RB's

There fast and built like LB's.... Lacy looks as big as Manti

We stop them... We win the game

We don't.... It's gonna be a long night
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