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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Skunk Bear Prediction

Definition: Skunk Bear

Solitary, voracious, nocturnal carnivore that inhabits northern timberlands worldwide. Wolverines are 26–36 inches long and 14–18 inches high, and weigh 20–65 lbs. the bushy tail is 5–10-inches long. They have short bowed legs, hairy soles, and long, sharp claws. Their long, coarse hair, used to trim parkas, is blackish brown, with a light horizontal strip. The anal glands secrete an unpleasant-smelling fluid.  A cunning, fearless predator, the wolverine will attack almost any animal, including sheep, deer, and small bears.  In layman’s terms; dirty, nasty, little, stinky beasts.
The first part is easy.  The Irish will prevail.  The question is will we stick their wolverine nose in it.
Last year we were winning for three quarters then Denard Robinson decided to start throwing ‘wounded ducks’ and ‘Hail Mary’s’ towards his receivers off the wrong foot while on the run and Gary Gray and the rest of the secondary could do nothing about it.  L

Two years ago Brian Kelly did not have a backup quarterback ready when Dayne Crist went down.  Freshmen Tommy Rees and Nate Montana were no help with each throwing picks.  Crist and Kyle Rudolph got us ahead, however Robinson and crew marched down the field like Sherman to the sea and that was it.  L
I expect a high scoring game.  The Irish are averaging 30 points per game and the Skunk bears 36. Kelly wants this game in his back pocket in the worst way.  I see no home field advantage, the Irish have not enjoyed that in years.

Notre Dame 42 – UM 31

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