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Monday, March 03, 2014

Exclusive Picture of Matthew McConaughey and Leo DiCaprio having lunch today

Gotta feel for old Leo here.  Matthew McConaughey completely cuckholded with this power move at lunch with his new friend Oscar.  McConaughey is on a roll now after his winning performance in "Dallas Buyers Club" and his brilliant performance as Rust Cohle on HBO's True Detective.  

Wooderson is L-I-V-I-N!


P.S.- It's complete BS that Dicaprio doesn't have an Oscar win already.  He should have won it for his brilliant performance as Johnny Depp's retarded brother in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?"  This is what pisses me off about the Oscars.  How does Val Kilmer not even get a nomination for his work as Doc Holliday or Jim Morrison?  Absofuckinglutely makes no sense.

Brian Kelly Post Practice Media Session Has High Praise for Everett Golson

By nearly all accounts returning redshirt junior QB Everett Golson looked sharp today in practice after taking nearly a year off due to an academic suspension.  Golson worked with noted quarterback guru coach George Whitfield during his suspension and you could tell by his practice videos that they paid off.  Golson's throwing motion is a lot more compact and now that he is using the laces (he didn't before) he's getting a tighter spiral with more accuracy hitting his receivers in stride.  Golson has also put on 15 pounds and he looks a lot more physical.

I know it's only spring practice but with Notre Dame returning a top 5 offensive line unit along with multiple playmakers at every skill position it should be expected that Golson puts up Heisman Trophy discussion numbers.  Golson has all the tools and as a redshirt freshman he took Notre Dame to the BCS Championship Game while playing admirably against a loaded Bama squad.  He should only be better this year.

Prediction: Golson throws for over 3000 yards with 25 TDs through the air.  He also runs for 300 plus yards and 6 TDs while leading the Fighting Irish to a 10-2 regular season.

Be sure to check out Irish Illustrated for more up-to-date practice videos.