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I would like for AD Jack Swarbrick to pull off these types of matchups. He at least is trying, as opposed to Kevin White's concept of the 7-4-1 scheduling.

An Alabama/ND neutral site game in 2012 in Jacksonville, New York or New Orleans would be fun game.
Until Notre Dame either joins The BEast for football, or goes their own way, nobody cares, Terry...
(11-13-2009 02:21 PM)bitcruncher Wrote: [ -> ]Until Notre Dame either joins The BEast for football, or goes their own way, nobody cares, Terry...

I care more about this than another article about a college football playoff.
So I guess your whole schtick now is to just follow bitcruncher around and whine like a little girl about everything he posts and says?

Please go play in traffic.
Key part of this article:

NBC owns the rights to the neutral-site games through the end of its contract, in 2015.
(11-13-2009 03:16 PM)CD11 Wrote: [ -> ]So I guess your whole schtick now is to just follow bitcruncher around and whine like a little girl about everything he posts and says?

Please go play in traffic.
It ain't going to work with me, cd11. I'm ignoring him, so I see nothing of what he says. He's irrelevant anyway...
(11-13-2009 03:46 PM)Hoquista Wrote: [ -> ]Key part of this article:

NBC owns the rights to the neutral-site games through the end of its contract, in 2015.

It seems that they should be able to call it a home game for Alabama, even though the game is being played in a nuetral city, the same way it has been rumored when SU and ND play in NYC. That is being called a home game for SU.
I agree with Bit. ND isn't a BE football team.

I'm moving this to the ND board.
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