Condensed to mostly the southeast corner of Notre Dame Stadium, the green-and-white faithful erupted in the third quarter when Gerald Holmes scored from a few yards out. don’t forget the nine-yard scoring run by LJ Scott that ignited echoes heard all the way back to East Lansing. Actually there is no such thing as "entitlement" in sports. When you lose you fall from ratings, attendance drops and interest in your team declines. [crying] Now you can see one of the reasons ND won't join the BiG 10. There are at least 5 teams that will consistently beat them year after year after year. ND will no longer have an aura about them. What happened to Nebraska as soon as they joined. They're just another mediocre team now. ND will lose money and prestige by joining the BiG 10 and being exposed. "There are at least 5 teams that will consistently beat them year after year". Notre dame has never shirked a Big 10 team that wants to play. We play Michigan and Michigan State, regularly. ND shut Michigan out last time they met, didn't they. It's a down year for the Irish. You offer some points but it's simply not true to state that the reason ND won't join the Big 10 is because they're afraid to get beat. Is that why they added Florida State and Clemson to the schedule with their ACC affiliation. Is that why we schedule home and aways with Ohio State, Michigan and Michigan State. The hand writing was on the wall long ago with this ND defense. The Irish defense was not at all good last year despite crowning Van Gorder as a defensive guru. We have seen several games in the last year where the Irish defense gave up over 500 yards, including 590 against USC. What's more BK seems to do nothing about the failure of the defense and continues to support Van Gorder. Kelly has lost all discipline of this team. Way too much standing around, players on their heels, no enthusiasm, no sense of urgency, tackling is horrible, defensive secondary is lacking, the defence in general is, at best, adequate and the coaches appeared to be in a constant state of... the administration seems to be more concerned with the monetary aspect of running an institution than maintainin the tradition of Notre Dame. When questioned about their defensive problems the staff cites all the injuries plaqin the team. Well welcome to college football. Source: www.ndinsider.com
Notre Dame's Notre Dame defensive coordinator Brian VanGorder looks at the turf as Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly looks on during the Notre Dame-Michigan State NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 at Notre Dame Stadium in South
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