Thursday, January 4, 2007

Sugar Bowl

Done University was exposed as a pretender again last night. Notre Dame has now lost 9 bowl games in a row (a record I do believe).

I heard an ESPN commentator state the reason for (then) ND's 8 losses straight was due to the fact that they are consistently overrated and therefore get to bowls that they have no business in.

This was the case again last night. LSU (especially in the second half) showed ND what a top-tier football team looks and plays like. Yes, ND could move the ball in the first half (Walker 125 yards rushing by halftime); but in the second half, it was all LSU. Adjustments made on offense and defense were the difference.
Charlie Weis
AP Photo/Bill Haber
Charlie Weis took full responsibility for Wednesday's latest blowout.
Notre Dame was competitive in the Sugar Bowl -- until the second half when LSU exposed the Irish as BCS pretenders (again) in a 41-14 rout, extending ND's bowl losing streak to nine games. Mark Schlabach

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 Recently played a few games on Caldera (warzone) and then... Lots of luck in this one, but satisfying