Discussion in 'South Bend, IN' started by TAUNTAUN_WE, Apr 30, 2009.
Go Spartans! Crush Irish!
Irish Wins! Spartans Crushed!
FINALLY!!!! GO IRISH!!
Congratulations, my friends - that was a great game, both teams left it on the field. My hat is off to your boys.
I'm not looking forward to a season without Michael Floyd. Rumor has it he broke his collar bone.
he's out for the season. but he's eligible to red-shirt
Washington is looking really good. Purdue is having an up/down season.
All I know is my Florida State Seminoles are looking good after last week.
Now we've gotta add FSU to our list of watched teams:
Who/What am I missing?
I like Navy too.
I thought we all hated UM?
<---- Worked at UM. I'm kinda biased
Lets post some upsets. I know ND has had quite a few, so I'll let the haters post those, but I submit to you this:
That there is a beautiful photograph.
Cheer cheer. Good thing we don't have any Purdue fans here, right?
i went into the game with no expectations from purdue, and they STILL managed to break my heart.
WHO CALLED THAT TIMEOUT, AND WHY??!??!??!
ND called the Timeout for Purdue.
Purdue played better than I expected, and ND played better than last week. I thought the score on both sides would be higher.
I like that Weis is throwing in some Wildcat offense for flavor.
Purdue is awful this year.
ND had to convert a last minute drive to beat them.
ND is one play from being 4-0, and yet only 2 plays from being 1-3.
If only every year could be a weak schedule for the Irish, then maybe they would be able to eventually reclaim the 2nd spot in all-time wins.
I'll just stand here in the corner and draw circles in the floor with my toe, as I have nothing meaningful to contribute to this conversation.
Unless the Spartans beat Michigan this weekend. Then watch it, merc.
Purdue had the number 2 rusher in the country and ND managed to stuff him. That I was impressed with.
The rest of your quote makes me sad because it's so true. I hope you can find some joy in my pain.
Yeah yeah yeah..
Spartans are tough, but can they finish the game. That's what hurting them this year. ND went through that the last two seasons.
At least MSU is still keeping the games close, I think they've only been "blown out" once since Dantonio arrived. If you stay close, you always have a chance to win late. So that's something.