Saturday, September 16, 2006

On the Bad Side of a Whipping | by Pat

That one was rough. Notre Dame lost that game in all phases -- offense, defense, special teams, and coaching -- and Michigan came away with a 47-21 win that was about as dominant as you can get. We'll see if the team can put it behind them as they head into a stretch of games that quite honestly shouldn't be hard until the late November trip to Southern Cal. For the time being, the national championship hopes are in the hands of other teams and it's very possible that Lamar Woodley returned Brady Quinn's fumbled Heisman for the final Wolverine touchdown.

It's going to be a long night for ND fans after this, the biggest loss in the fledgling Charlie Weis era.