KD Revisits the ND Game Spits On Our Faces

Dohn has more interesting quotes from the clowns who are running football program. Once again these guys are basically giving us their collective middle finger and spitting on our faces. First up Dohn has the excuses from Training Jay:

Remember, the Bruins didn't have TB Chris Markey, TB Kahlil Bell re-injured his shoulder and was limited in the second half, and TB Christian Ramirez was unavailable because of a knee injury.
"We had some issues at running back, where it was hard for us to pound the ball like we wanted to and some of the weight fell on (Bethel-Thompson's) shoulders,'' Norvell said. "More of the weight fell on his shoulders, and we weren't able to help him more. As a coach, I have to try and help him more. We've got to all band together and rally around him to get through a ballgame like that.'' Dohn forgets to add that while Bell might have reinjured his shoulder and Ramirez, might have been unavailable, Moline was there and was ready to go. And this only highlights the issue why in the world a mobile QB like Rasshan was not prepared to go in as an emergency QB?

And then unbelievable Training Jay implies it was the Law Firm's fault for not executing on 4th and 1:

"That was a play we felt was a good play,'' Norvell said. "We got them in a six substituted defense, which we thought. We felt like it was a good play. We just have to get out and get the ball off. Mac's had a ton of reps at that. He's had as many reps as anybody else. Ya' know, we didn't execute it, so it wasn't good enough. That's the bottom line.
"And it was a lone one (yard), too. It was more like one-and-a-half." Guys, I think "hate" is a strong word. And I don't want to use it to describe my emotion towards these guys. But their comments have gone beyond any kind of reason. It has been nothing short of contemptful the way they have handled themselves this season.

And yeah I said contemptful. Here is more from the Thinker on ND game:

I asked UCLA coach Karl Dorrell if he had to repair the psyche of his team after the demoralizing loss to Notre Dame.
"It takes time, but we're over that,'' he said. "Our team really feels more about the conference, now that we can't do anything about what's happened in the past. Now, we're in decent shape, like two or three teams are in conference, about taking advantage of this opportunity right now. So this week their focus has been pretty strong about how we can get better and improve and get our health to put us in position to be a contender in this conference.'' Uhhh ... Karl. You may be over ND, but there were hundreds of thousands of Bruin fans who had been waiting for this game at the Rose Bowl for years, for more than a decade. And you basically just spit on all of our faces saying you are all "over that."

Fuck you and your incompetent coaching staff who continue to show no contrition whatsoever on how you have destroyed our program.

<em>This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of BruinsNation's (BN) editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of BN's editors.</em>

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