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Baldy last won the day on May 1 2021

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About Baldy

  • Birthday 08/10/1978


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  1. The 2022 NFL draft was one of the weakest showings for Notre Dame under Brian Kelley since 2017, and with the 2016 regular season being his worst ever ending in a 4-8 record, it makes sense. With the 2021 regular season ending at 11-1, and with a chance to still make the playoff, it doesn’t make sense. However, it has to make you wonder; did it have to do with the way Kelly left Notre Dame to take the LSU job, and all the drama that followed him and Notre Dame after, that it left a bad taste in every NFL teams mouth? I’m sure the bowl game loss didn’t help either. With that being said, I believe all of this is what likely caused every draft prospect, besides Hamilton and Williams, to slide out of the draft entirely. Let’s be serious, Notre Dame should have had at lest five players drafted in 2022, and not just two. Who really knows, and maybe I’m way off here, but that’s the way I see it.
  2. Definitely a great fit! I’m happy for him, and I know he will carry on the legacy well!
  3. I could not agree more! I mean, you can see he is changing the culture at Notre Dame, and in the best way possible!
  4. What Brian Kelly said here is no surprise, because he had zero humility and never held himself accountable. It was always everyone else’s fault.
  5. It’s not just you, because I noticed that too. He doesn’t seem shy about it at all though. He also seems like a cool dude and probably a blast to drink with.
  6. To me it was still a hold, but I get how you feel. It seemed to all happen at the worst possible time. And when it’s my team I will always admit if they get away with one or should have had one go their way. I call it like I see it, no matter what.
  7. You’re not wrong there. However, you can’t help but wonder if it had to do with the refs finally getting fed up with Cincy blatantly holding so much there at the end of the game. I really do think the straw that broke the camels back was the missed hold on Henderson. After that, the flags just started flying.
  8. It was 100% holding. Where the ball was thrown to Kupp, you could clearly see he was held and it impeded his progress to get to the ball. The play before that penalty should have been holding. It was a pass from Stafford to Henderson, and Henderson was held big time. I was just blown away there was no call! It was owed on the next play, and as I said above, was holding. Even the play after that was holding as well. Let’s not get carried away and think it’s a conspiracy. If it was, then why call holding on the Rams and unnecessary roughness negating the play where Kupp was hit high and you could tell scored.
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