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Well, it sure didn’t take Brian Kelly long to wash out the foul taste in his mouth after his Fighting Irish’s awful 42-14 loss at the hands of Alabama in the BCS National Championship Game. One day after the game, and one day ago, Kelly interviewed for the Philadelphia Eagles head coaching vacancy.
Brian Kelly has literally run out of ideas on how to stop the Tide from rolling. He asked them to stay put in the locker room for the second half. They didn’t cooperate. It’s 35-0 Alabama, halfway through the third quarter.
Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly was sent into a rage again early in the second half of their Saturday matchup against South Florida when his team turned the ball over for the third time deep in USF territory.
In a move meant to improve it’s on-field product, the Notre Dame football program is lowering the academic requirements that it has set for it’s prospective players, in addition to limiting the punishment that it gives out to it’s troubled players.
Declan Sullivan, a 20-year-old Notre Dame student who worked in the football team’s film department, died tragically yesterday while filming practice. Heavy winds knocked over the tower in which Sullivan was standing to film.
The 2010 college football season is young, but we might have seen the gutsiest call of the year already happen – thanks to Michigan State, who beat Notre Dame tonight in overtime…on a fake field goal.
Brian Kelly’s first Notre Dame team delivered on the field yesterday by beating Purdue 23-12, and they made NBC suits happy as well – the game’s 2.3 overnight rating represented a 77% jump over the Irish’s opener last year.
When Brian Kelly arrived at Notre Dame, he set out to change a lot about the program, from the style of offense to the mindset of his players. But his most significant change might be to his team’s TV coverage.
I don’t like Notre Dame football, but I know when they’ve made a smart decision. Hiring Brian Kelly was one of them. He sat down for an interview with rivals.com recently, and I came out of reading it the same way I felt going in – for the first time in a while, Notre Dame is going to win big.
Notre Dame’s football team has been, at best, thoroughly unremarkable the last three seasons. The Fighting Irish finished an awful 3-9 in 2007, and followed that up with pedestrian 7-6 and 6-6 campaigns the last two seasons. Notre Dame also holds three of the top 10 spots on our NCAA Football Players section of the Power Grid. Sound about right?