Archive for the ‘Notre Dame’ Category

Brian Kelly Must Go*

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Imagine that you are a workplace supervisor. Now imagine that one of the employees you are responsible for overseeing is killed on the job as a result of your gross negligence. Think you'd still be employed? Exactly. Unless we learn of facts that point to the contrary, it is difficult for me to think ...

TheBaker Tackles The Worst NCAA Bubble In History

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

First off, I want to start by saying anyone who advocates expanding the NCAA Tournament field from 65 teams to 96 teams is a moron. This isn't little league. We don't all get participation ribbons. And I know there were opponents to the expansion to 64 back when it was introduced, ...

A Rocky Start For Brian Kelly At Notre Dame

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

When Brian Kelly took the head coaching job at Notre Dame, most people knew it would be a bit of a rocky transition. The Irish were already losing their top two players (Jimmy Clausen and Golden Tate) and had just one scholarship quarterback on the roster, and that guy is ...

When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: Notre Dame Edition

Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Reports are flying out of everywhere that "an irate fan" punched Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen in the eye some time Sunday morning outside of a bar. Apparently, Clausen has "a swollen eye" according to the update on ESPN's bottom-line. Wait, this actually happened? It's, like, a real news story? Holy ...

Notre Dame Assistant Blasts Navy Head Coach

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

There's a distinct sound emanating from South Bend this week. It sounds something like this: "Waaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh, we lost to Navy but it wasn't our fault, waaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!" Notre Dame secondary coach Corwin Brown thinks everything went just fine against Navy on Saturday. Instead, Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo's post-game comments, as well as ...

Charlie Weis Is All Kinds Of Classy

Monday, November 9th, 2009

Following his team's devastating 23-21 loss to Navy this weekend, the Round Mound of Clown, Charlie Weis decided it was a great time to throw one of his players under the bus. Nose tackle Ian Williams was apparently quoted as saying that the Irish were out-schemed on defense by Navy. Which, ...

The Fat Man Is In Trouble

Monday, November 9th, 2009

The whispers have been growing louder in South Bend, Indiana and now they've become to a roar. It shouldn't be long before local Notre Dame fans are in full torch and pitchfork mode, chasing after the gigantic monster inhabiting the head football coach's office. Let's just hope the beast doesn't ...