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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Nuts And Bolts On Where Notre Dame Football Stands

The nuts and bolts on where Notre Dame Football stands during the Dead Zone.  What's the heck is the Dead Zone?  Here it is.

Over some of our favorite very cold iced down brewski’s.

With some friends.

Three of us here at the Station deliberated over a number of issues to be thankful for concerning the state of Notre Dame Football.

1.  Other than Cameron Roberson, the IRISH came out of spring practice pretty much intact.  Here is a previous post on Cameron.

2.  Michael Floyd apparently is lying low and staying out of trouble while he awaits a June court date.  We suspect he will get a game(s) suspension(s) of some sort from Kelly but will be allowed to participate in fall camp.  A fine, community service, counseling, and DUI class if he is found guilty.  Most of which we think he has been working on.

3.  No one has transferred or dropped out of the Football Program based upon the results of spring practice, depth chart assignment or the issuance of semester grades.

4.  It appears the current seven 2012 recruits are exactly what Notre Dame needs for the future.  They are scattered from around the country, a great sign of national recruiting.  Keep it up Brian Kelly!  Check them out on the right side of the blog.

5.  No IRISH Assistant Coach has headed for greener pastures.  But just wait until we win the NC, that will change.  A pleasant future predicament for Coach Brian Kelly.

6.  An unprecedented five Notre Dame primetime night games and counting!  The 2011 Schedule is somewhere on the right side of the Blog.  Rumor has it that either Wake Forest or Pitt may also be a night game.   This gives us five Saturdays time to pick and choose an afternoon game to watch, work some chores off the ole Honey-Do list and even catch a nap.  Sweet.

This is a pretty short list.  But the beer ran out and the ladies demanded dinner.

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