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Now NBC is going to run a marathon on them. Wow it just gets better.
How do we compete with that kind of pub.
This post was edited by Adams13 16 months ago
If you cant say something nice, shut your damn mouth!! GBR
No one watches NBC
Get to the National Championship game.
This post was edited by BornToBeRed 16 months ago
I have a plan... become one of the most prestigious private Catholic institutions in the nation, go independent and then negotiate a TV contract with a major network.
So not only do they take our recruits now its been brought to our attention that they are much smarter then us.
Damn those little gold digging midgets
They already have a TV contract with NBC (Notre Dame Broadcasting Company).
Sorry everyone for my my attempt of humor
Dont need to. They can only take 25 every year. We need to be worried bout competing with Osu and Michigan first, Then other priorities. ND is way down on that list.
I don't think so. By the way it looks now they are the ones stealing most of our future players.
We need to get them on the schedule, and then fill the stadium with RED!!!
No, the INS isn't chasing him; Taylor Martinez just runs like that. . . .
We have done it onces we can do it again.
That's what makes me so mad about this whole thing. We fill stands when we know where we are going.
Christmas party pictures.
I grew up disliking Notre Dame.
However, as the years have gone by, and the more I have learned about college football, there should be a geniune adoration for Notre Dame football.
Without Notre Dame, college football would not be nearly as popular as it is today..., if it even existed at all.
Without Notre Dame in the '20s and '30s, college football was on its death bed. The 4 Horsemen, Knute Rockne, etc. Notre Dame is, and was college football in those days. Days in which the violence of the sport nearly ended its days from ever advancing forward to what we see today.
We should be thankful for Notre Dame. Not spiteful.
We feel we have as near or close to the history and prestige of Notre Dame football, but the reality is that it isn't even close.
Every college football program owes a sincere amount of debt and gratitude towards Notre Dame and keeping the sport alive during its dark and dreary days.
Yes, many have taken the reins since then, but not a single program in the country has been more important to college football than Notre Dame. They deserve their NBC contract. They have earned their world-wide appeal.
If you love college football and what it means today, then at the very least you have to respect what Notre Dame has meant to its poplularity in this new century.
Because, quite simply, whithout Notre Dame, there likely isn't college football that we all love and enjoy today.
Do you honestly think if we made it to the National championship game they would do a Husker marathon on us? I thought weed was only legally in Washington and colorado.
This will never happen.
Will NBC? Absolutely not. Will we get more coverage? Yes.
The B1G Network most certainly would. An undefeated and National Championship entrant in Nebraska right now would be flooding the TV waves of the B1G right now.
NBC has a single tie to college football. They have a vested interest in making it as big as they can with Notre Dame. Not sure why people are so angry why they are doing/did such a special.
If you don't think the B1G Network would be massaging our 'nuts' in being in the National Title game IF we were undefeated, a B1G Champ, and in the National Championship Game, then I guess you have too much angst that it really doesn't matter.
How can you say that ? They didn't do it for OSU when they were in it.
to be fair... the B1G Network didn't exist then.
I didn't have BTN at that point so I can't speak much to this point.
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