So its Notre Dame week, something we had been looking forward to for a number of years. But thanks to our clown coach’s boring program and a Notre Dame team without a pulse of its own, this weekend’s game has been reduced to another boring matchup.
Now unless you have been hiding under rocks by now Notre Dame is going through a historically difficult season. They are coming into the Rose Bowl as a 22 point underdog, and yes many of us expect Bruins to come through with a blowout win because of the edge in experience and talent (thanks to the horrendous state Willingham left the Irish program in). Notre Dame is having a trying season, yet that doesn’t give license to a UCLA football player to make moronic comment like this (emphasis added):
It is a dumb, obnoxious, and a disrespectful comment on the part of Brown, that reeks the perception of an ignorant college football athlete. Frankly its kind of shameful. But I guess its not a surprise considering Brown is being led by a clown like Dorrell.
Speaking of the clown here is some of your weekly dose of cliché from our sleeping beauty (from the LAT article linked above):
A year has done little to make the memory fade to black for the Bruins.
Said Coach Karl Dorrell said: "Last year's game and how it ended up will be on our mind for years and years to come. I'm sure 20 years from now they'll remember that game."
Still, Dorrell said, "We can't let that get in the way of how we need to progress as a football team."
More from the Thinker on how he is planning deal w/ our penalty problems:
Anyways, going back to Brown he talked a lot yesterday, including the usual boilerplate nonsense we hear from Dorrell’s players every week:
"We can't sit there and let their record fool you," Brown said. "I don't care if they're 0-5, or you're 30-0. It doesn't matter. We've got to treat this team just like any other team and go out there and play dominant football."
We will have more on ND later this week. Obviously it’s a game we expect Bruins to dominate. But given the track record of our joke of a program we are not sure if that is going to happen. However, given these quotes from game week, it will be that much easier to hold these guys accountable if they fail to demolish a proud Irish football program this Saturday at the Rose Bowl.