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waytoodeep03
09-22-2012, 08:18 PM
That defense has been showing up for them .Has kelly made these guys legit

criminal_manne
09-22-2012, 08:20 PM
no, they will get raped by their pac-12 overlords

JMath
09-22-2012, 08:24 PM
No. Their defense looked good because our offense played like absolute ****. Game should have been a blowout, but for some reason we throw the ball right into the numbers of defenders, but can't hit our open receivers. They escaped with a win (barely) against a team that could not have possibly played worse.

When they play the other good teams on their schedule they'll have a few losses.


(yes, irate!)

Backus21
09-22-2012, 08:25 PM
They still cant decide on a QB...does that answer your question?

dirtdickens
09-22-2012, 08:28 PM
No. Their defense looked good because our offense played like absolute ****. Game should have been a blowout, but for some reason we throw the ball right into the numbers of defenders, but can't hit our open receivers. They escaped with a win (barely) against a team that could not have possibly played worse.

When they play the other good teams on their schedule they'll have a few losses.


(yes, irate!)LOL, get to the ER to get that angus stitched up Michigan fan. Pretty sure ND had a hand in forcing thsoe 6 turnovers.

By the way, they have given up 26 points all year. They are giving up less than 7 points per game after taking on Purdue, Michigan St and Michigan. Thats pretty damn good.

namean
09-22-2012, 08:30 PM
That defense is beast!
If only they had Quinn & Samardzjia (sp)

JMath
09-22-2012, 08:34 PM
LOL, get to the ER to get that angus stitched up Michigan fan. Pretty sure ND had a hand in forcing thsoe 6 turnovers.

By the way, they have given up 26 points all year. They are giving up less than 7 points per game after taking on Purdue, Michigan St and Michigan. Thats pretty damn good.

Not saying the defense isn't good. But having a back up running back throw it in the red zone (way behind the wr) and having Denard under throw and over throw receivers was why there were turnovers. Not great plays on defense. All they had to do was catch the ball that appeared to be thrown to them. Although Teo's one pick was nice, it was still a horrible throw.

If you think michigans offense didn't **** the bed and hand the game to them, you didn't watch the game.

_NEMESIS_
09-22-2012, 08:36 PM
and to believe that Michigan and Arkansas were both top 10 teams this preseason...



brb ****ting the bed

sdcrazy1
09-22-2012, 08:54 PM
Their D will keep them in every game. But until the offense starts clicking and putting together long drives and scoring TD's (not field goals) they won't beat any legit top 15 team.

dirtdickens
09-22-2012, 09:20 PM
Not saying the defense isn't good. But having a back up running back throw it in the red zone (way behind the wr) and having Denard under throw and over throw receivers was why there were turnovers. Not great plays on defense. All they had to do was catch the ball that appeared to be thrown to them. Although Teo's one pick was nice, it was still a horrible throw.

If you think michigans offense didn't **** the bed and hand the game to them, you didn't watch the game.Manti was in the RBs face and altered the throw. Just my opinion, but it looked like NDs plan was stop Denard and Fitz running the ball and make Denard throw. Mission accomplished. Notre Dame completely controlled michigan's offense.

dirtdickens
09-22-2012, 09:23 PM
Their D will keep them in every game. But until the offense starts clicking and putting together long drives and scoring TD's (not field goals) they won't beat any legit top 15 team. Here is the thing? Who are these legit top 15 teams? This year is pretty whacky outside of LSU and Bama.

ND still has Stanford, Miami, Oklahoma and USC. I think they have a chance in every one of those games with the defense they put on the field. Hell, Oklahoma just lost.

JMath
09-22-2012, 09:24 PM
Manti was in the RBs face and altered the throw. Just my opinion, but it looked like NDs plan was stop Denard and Fitz running the ball and make Denard throw. Mission accomplished. Notre Dame completely controlled michigan's offense.

Guess we'll have to agree to disagree. :D

waytoodeep03
09-24-2012, 06:09 AM
Here is the thing? Who are these legit top 15 teams? This year is pretty whacky outside of LSU and Bama.

ND still has Stanford, Miami, Oklahoma and USC. I think they have a chance in every one of those games with the defense they put on the field. Hell, Oklahoma just lost.

ND has a touch schedule ahead which is something I give them props for. they schedule teams while some teams in the sec hide from cross country trips

BullStampede
09-24-2012, 06:10 AM
ND has a touch schedule ahead which is something I give them props for. they schedule teams while some teams in the sec hide from cross country trips

>>>>>Florida State Seminoles Tomahawk Nation Crew>>>>>

glass houses.

dirtdickens
09-24-2012, 06:40 AM
>>>>>Florida State Seminoles Tomahawk Nation Crew>>>>>

glass houses.

FSU just played Oklahoma OOC. They have traditionally played anyone anywhere.

waytoodeep03
09-24-2012, 07:05 AM
FSU just played Oklahoma OOC. They have traditionally played anyone anywhere.

Yep and would be playing WVU OOC. FSU has always played teams in their houses including ND