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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, decisions, decisions, what picture to use as a tease for my whining and complaining concerning the disaster in East Lansing?

Obviously, I went with the infamous play clock expiration that the Big East officials totally ignored. That was not the reason Notre Dame lost, but most pundits over at NDNation where I snitched the picture seem to think so.

I could have gone with a Butterfinger candy bar to portray Michael Floyd’s slippery hands causing two fumbles in the red zone in three games. If he doesn’t straighten things around, he is going to be forgotten as an All-American candidate and other post-season awards.

How about a hard-charging-running picture of Armando Allen to help remind Coach Kelly he still has not established a running game to take pressure off Dayne Crist.

Maybe a photo of a pensive Cierre Wood with a question mark drawn over his head to signify the tentative kick returns and runs from scrimmage he displayed Saturday night.

How about a film clip of Yogi Berra saying “déjà vu all over again” to point out once again our defense could not hold a lead.

A silent movie clip of the Keystone Cops running around. Just like the two delay of game penalties and three time outs called because Notre Dame could not execute the hurry-up/no huddle offense.

Thought about simply using a big “8 and 35”. For eight losses in two years (so far) by a total of 35 points.

Or finally, a bandwagon with guys jumping off.

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