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Yes, I have been taking the week off of DD..due to me licking my wounds after the USC game..that my boys was very very hard for me to swallow...but I have officially recovered and am so ready to to lay the biggest smackdown upon the unsuspecting BYU cougars...I hope these boys know what they're in for...I do see coach Weis building a large lead then in the fourth quarter getting to play the 2nd string with around 10 minutes to go in the game....or will he???? I also can see him making a point with this game..by absolutley destroying them...I think he will have something to prove not only to us as fans but to his team..." go out there and punish 'em boys" I do think that is what the guys on the team need ..an all out massacare...blow out...whoopin'...I know that is what I need to see...as yes it is Friday and I still am having trouble from last weeks game :shock: ...I want to see an all out beat down this weekend..so we finish this season with 2 losses then go kick some bowl butt...Whew...I feel alot better now...the snatchy one is still in tropical paradise at his brothers wedding he will be back Monday...I think by then he shall be healed up also....GO IRISH

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Guest IrishTobey

I gotta tell ya domehead i was just sick for about 24 hrs and then i realized that nothing bad can come from what happened on Sat. First of all there 45000 people at the pep rally. Most D-1 teams can't get that many to an ACTUAL GAME. second, there were some of the top recruits in the country there that got to see Joe Montana and Tim Brown etc... third, ND was not going to win a NC this year anyway. It was a slight possibility but the reality of it was they were playing for a BCS bowl and they still are. 4th. they didn't drop in the polls. anybody who saw that game knows that it wasn't USC that won the game but ND who lost it. ND proved they are an elite team and can beat anybody on any given day. 5th. ND is still in great shape for a BCS bowl. the fiesta is drooling over a ND/Iowa or ND/Ohio ST. match-up. 6th, if you would have told me in August that after 6 games nd would be ranked 10th and in prime position for a top 5 recruiting class, Quinn would be a Heisman candidate, ND would be on it's way to a BCS bowl game, and the green jerseys would be a fashion statement again instead of a running joke i would have jumped for joy. It tore my heart out to lose like that, i couldn't sleep Sat night but once i got my bearings i realized things are alive and well at ND and it's a great time to be Irish. ND 52- BYU 13

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Guest domehead

Thanks..I needed that..and those points that you stated did come into focus Moday or so...hard though really hard...I wanted not so much for me/us..but for the team and for CW and CW jr....you are correct NC in two years as new head coach ..top 5 recruiting class... heisman hopefuls...everything is starting to come together and quicker than anyone ever expected..you know why?.....cause we are ND...we will always be the elite among the elite...GO IRISH...

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Guest SirJohn

I feel for all you guys. I just got SICK. I checked my listings and locally we will get the Michigan Iowa game. Holy Freaking blazes.

 

Gotta get on this computer and contact the station.

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Guest domehead

it amkes me no difference to me...whatever team we face they will expirience a punishment like no other...heh heh heh...GO IRISH

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Guest Snatchy_McPants

Alas, I too have returned. I am back from the equator after going through one of the most up-and-down weeks I can remember. I actually got to see the 2nd quarter of the SC game sitting in a sports bar at the San Juan airport. It was the hardest thing I've ever had to do to pull myself away from that TV to board the connecting flight to Antigua. I sat there on the plane dying to know what went on, since ND had the lead when I left. Then the process of going through immigration, getting baggage, riding in THE SCARIEST TAXI EVER to the resort, still not knowing. Only to have the wind knocked out of me as soon as I got there and was greeted with the bad news. Of course things got better as I spent the week basking and killing brain cells, but I still faced the unknowns of the BYU game as I flew home and got stranded for a night in San Juan. By the way, NEVER fly American Airlines, period. My brother in-law and I decided to make the best of it and found a sports bar to watch the Sox game Saturday night. So there I am, bellied up to some bar in Puerto Rico when a young guy sits down next to me. It took about 2 minutes for me to realize that not only was he an American...........he was an SC FAN. Great, of all the bars in all the world, how did I end up in this situation??? Luckily, he was actually a very friendly, respectful, and knowledgable college football fan. He was able to recite all the scores and highlights from memory that day. He even admitted that he watched almost the ENTIRE BYU game, and he is a huge fan of Jeff Samardzija. And so, after another delay in Miami of all places, we were able to leave just ahead of the hurricane and arrive in Chicago with just enough time to get me home by midnight. As such, I'm working on 3 hours of sleep right now, and am just glad to be back home. I might post sparingly in the next few days, but rest assured, SNATCHY IS BACK!

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Guest SirJohn

:D WOW! What a story You almost used the Casablaca line. "Of all the gin joints in all the world she walks into mine." :D

 

Of course it was an SC fan most likely under the witness protection program. :D Round up the usual suspects.

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