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  1. Honestly, I think that is an unrealistic ask... ND is never going to consistently recruit the elite players needed to be like Alabama because most of those players are looking for an easy academic path so they can focus on getting to the NFL. ND wants to be an academic institution that has a good football team (which it is) and is unwilling to make the sacrifices in the classroom that other institution have made. This is why ND is not a championship level team in football or basketball. This is not going to change unless ND changes.
  2. Let me clear the confusion... The requirements to qualify at ND are a tad bit higher than most other power 5 schools...a tad. However, most (and I am talking about 90+ percent) recruits that enroll in a power 5 school absolutely could qualify....maybe even 95%. Academically, the difference comes down to requirements once you are enrolled. At ND, it is expected of all students that they attend REAL classes towards their MAJOR. The are not many easy classes and the idea of an "undecided" major do not exist at ND. Most of the other schools (and probably all "elite" football programs)
  3. There's always Bob Diaco.... https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/30538199/purdue-boilermakers-announce-defensive-coordinatior-bob-diaco-not-return
  4. For me it was probably 11/22/2008. Everything about that day and game was miserable.
  5. I am pretty sure that anyone that has issue with "We" when referring to sports teams is also the person that asks you to sit down and be quite at home games.
  6. I wish it was just one week. Every thread, every post, every thought....all year.
  7. I think the point is that General Discussion Here is your place to discuss recent articles on the home page or talk about anything relating to Notre Dame athletics. and Open Forum The open forum is a place to talk about anything on your mind, ND related or not. Synoptico was making a statement that 90% of us would agree with.
  8. https://www.google.com/amp/s/sports.yahoo.com/amphtml/time-to-face-reality-no-one-is-playing-college-football-in-the-fall-170634809.html
  9. Per ESPN Big Ten likely moving to conference-only model for all sports this fall https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/29435295/source-big-ten-moving-conference-only-model-all-sports-fall
  10. When I look at the schedule, and ignore the potential changes due to Covid-19, I see 2 losses (Clemson and USC) and one tough game (Wisc) that I think ND should win but I wouldn't bet the house on it... So, the IrishGuy FPI has ND going 10-2 Note: If the season is delayed, I could potentially see a scenario where Clemson has a lot of guys sitting out for the draft which could move that game into the "tough but winnable" category. Note #2: The likelihood of the season being a full schedule, starting on time, and with the same "scheduled" opponents is very very low in my book....b
  11. Well, given the fact that LA's mayor has already said that there will be no sporting events through the rest of 2020 (not sure if he has "the power" to enforce it...but he said it), I would go with odds are definitely not good for a season this year. https://www.kron4.com/news/california/los-angeles-mayor-says-no-concerts-or-sporting-events-until-2021/ https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-04-15/coronavirus-concerts-sporting-events-2021-garcetti EDIT: Of course, this is assuming that no vaccine is developed.
  12. I am with you. Outside of a vaccine, I feel like the risk of allowing sporting events (with or without fans) will result in all sports being cancelled for the rest of 2020.
  13. Being a successful (even amazing) coordinator or position coach has almost nothing to do with being a quality head coach. There are examples galore of pretty darn good coordinators that went on to do just about nothing...actually, almost every failed HC will probably fit this mold.
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