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(ESPN)   NBC vows to keep broadcasting Notre Dame football until they achieve utter irrelevancy again   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Notre Dame, NBC, NBC Sports Network, ESPN Chicago, Jack Swarbrick, NBC Sports, vows  
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2013-04-20 09:12:46 AM  

pion: yeegrek: velvet_fog: For a team that would have been the seventh-best team in the SEC last year, that's pretty good.

Bullshiat.  SEC is a top heavy conference.  LSU lost to an ACC team.  Florida got spanked by Big East team.  SCar needed every last minute to beat an 8-4 B1G team (that admittedly lost to the regular season #'s 1, 2, and 3).  Northwestern handled Miss State.  Meanwhile, Georgia beat up on a Nebraska defence that doesn't even deserve to be called "once-vaunted", and Ole Miss smacked around Pitt.

ND shat the bed, no doubt, but anyone who spews that "7th best in the SEC" garbage is high on the smell of their own farts.

Fixed that for you.  Though, objectively, the ACC is the worse football conference.  Also, no love for Vanderbilt?

Good catch and good point.  They're on the way up.  I have a lot of respect for any school that actually tries to give their players an education.
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