My buddy Chuck is getting married next Saturday (same time as the ND-Boston College game..bastard) and I've been put in charge of finding a tee time for 7-8 guys for next Thursday. Does anybody know of a place around Atlanta that has discount group rates? Hell, I will give the golf course some free advertising for a year on Sportscrack if they can hook us up. The free advertising alone would make up for all the empty beer cans and hooker spit left on the 18th green.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I've got my shit packed and ready, waiting to board my flight to Chicago in what should be an epic weekend up in Notre Dame. I don't want to hear all the negative bitches about how USC is going to throttle Notre Dame with their speed and their talent because I just threw that shit on the ground Man! Jimmy Clausen will be throwing all over USC's overrated defense and Golden will have at least 3 or 4 plays where you look at your bud and say "Holy Shit!" It's time to wake up those echoes in Rock's House and I fully expect a loud and insane crowd especially when USC has the ball on offense. You can expect to see my ugly mug on the field as soon as the final whistle blows on Saturday because the Fighting Irish are going to win. There are no more excuses. Notre Dame has the starting talent to compete with USC. They may not have the depth yet but I don't expect to see 3rd and 4th stringers in this game for either team. In a close battle Jimmy and the Fighting Irish will come out on top. 10.5 underdogs at home! I just threw that shit on the ground man!
Early, pre-drunk stupor prediction: Notre Dame 31 USC 28
Big props go out to Dave Bregrande, ND grad, for designing the shirt above. I think it's one of our best yet. If anybody you know is looking for an independent graphic designer/illustrator you can contact Dave at UseDave.com
Posted by Matt Fairchild (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 6:51 AM