Relentless Pursuit of Wisdom and Liberty

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Monday, October 17, 2005

The Greatest Game Ever Played

This, dear readers, is why I find myself respecting Notre Dame head football coach Charlie Weis more every day:
At exactly 7:15 p.m., Weis took several steps into the Trojans locker room and offered his congratulations.

"That was a hard-fought [bleeping] battle," said Weis, as the USC players shushed each other to hear the Notre Dame coach. "I just want to wish you good luck the rest of the way. I hope you win out."
He also, in the postgame press conference, refused to place any blame on the officials for the situation of the last play, when the clock appeared to run out but the officials ruled on the field that Leinart had fumbled it out of bounds, which should have stopped the clock at :07. What a complete and total class act. I hope that guy coaches ND for 20 years.


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