Monday, September 24, 2007

Notre Dame loses again

For the first time in 119 seasons of Notre Dame football, the Fighting Irish are 0-4. Michigan State, which blew a big lead to Notre Dame a year ago in a loss that sent its season in a tailspin, got a measure of revenge against the floundering Fighting Irish with a 31-14 victory Saturday. Now it's Notre Dame's season that's spinning out of control. The Irish have lost six in a row, the second longest losing streak in school history, and allowed at least 30 points in each game. Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis said he wasn't focusing on the worst start ever. "Records to me is not the critical factor," he said. "I'll critically evaluate this game and get ready for Purdue."

With a team this bad, it looks like not even the All Mighty can save their season. Sure next season you will still see their games against Michigan and Michican State, but they should consider signing a long term agreement with the likes of Buffalo University and the Duke Blue Devils. And maybe they will have a chance; but only if Duke's football team allegedly rape some strippers. And their second stringers are the girls basketball team.

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