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Posted by BrianBoru at 9/14/2009 2:00 AM EDT
Charlie Weis is a poor head football coach.
Sadly for Notre Dame fans, very few people within the Notre Dame administration seem to care. Accordingly, as long as Charlie Weis continues limping along the Notre Dame sidelines, Notre Dame fans ought to adopt the same outlook toward the football program. Perhaps then the powers that be at Notre Dame will sit up and take notice, and finally begin to demonstrate that they are not content in becoming the Chicago Cubs of college football.
Posted by BrianBoru at 9/7/2009 4:35 PM EDT
If recent history has taught us anything, it should remind us that winning a season opener does not guarantee a successful season. Under Charlie Weis, the Fighting Irish are 4-1 in season openers. With that out of the way, it was an impressive victory for the Irish; however, there remain a few question marks:
1) The interior of the defensive line. Too often Notre Dame was gashed by running back Vai Taua up the middle. In order for Notre Dame to once again be considered an elite program, that must not continue this season. The defensive tackles will need to fill the gaps much better as the season moves forward.
Posted by BrianBoru at 9/4/2009 12:26 PM EDT
Taking a look at the Notre Dame/Nevada game tomorrow...