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Frank Schwab from Yahoo’s Dr. Saturday blog, discusses the BCS championship game and the fallout for Notre Dame. He also talks about the dynasty that Nick Saban is building in Tuscaloosa.
Eli Gold, legendary voice of Alabama football, breaks down the Crimson Tide’s 42-14 trouncing of Notre Dame in the BCS Championship game.
Kevin Norwood, wide receiver for the Alabama Crimson Tide, discusses the win over Notre Dame in the BCS championship game. He also talks about how the team stayed focus during the long layoff.
Chiefs CB and former Alabama DB Javier Arenas describes what it’s like to prepare and play in the BCS title game. Arenas also discusses how Kansas City dealt with the Jovan Belcher tragedy.
Chip Brown of Rivals’ OrangeBloods.com joins Geoff Ketchum to preview the Cotton Bowl between #9 Texas A&M and #11 Oklahoma and breaks down how the outcome of the game could affect recruiting for the Longhorns.
Stanford head football coach David Shaw reflects on the Cardinal’s 2012 campaign which culminated with the program’s first Rose Bowl win since 1972. Coach Shaw also delves into the recruiting process and why he is looking forward to watching … Continue reading
Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick is helping prepare the Irish players, coaches, and their families for Monday night’s BCS title game against the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Pat Forde of Y! Sports says that Notre Dame football is essentially built out of the “SEC mold” since the Irish like to run the football down their opponents’ throats and are very defensive-minded. Forde also gets into USC’s woes, … Continue reading
IrishIllustrated.com’s Jake Brown analyzes Notre Dame’s fast start to the 2012 season with John Harris. Is this Fighting Irish team overrated or underrated by the national media? Jake opines on that and much more.
Along with the legendary Bob Ryan, Marty Tirrell recaps a crazy weekend in the NFL and college football Saturday. Plus, he talks some more college pigskin and Ryder Cup with the Chicago Tribune’s Teddy Greinstein.