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Why ND-Kentucky Was Special

Notre Dame-Kentucky was special. Even in the annals of special games, I felt like it was truly special.

After all, it was the most-watched cable TV broadcast of college basketball of all time, no small feat given last year’s national semifinals both aired on cable. 1,261 more words


Paris by Night

As an extra, here are a bunch of pictures I took from around Paris at night around the Christmas season 121 more words

Don’t Hate On Governor Calipari

And allow me to double back… To Saturday Night and Kentucky’s state-wide heart attack.  I know the BBN isn’t even gonna lie: Notre Dame wasn’t scared, and they had you terrified. 270 more words


Words around the World ~ March 31

  • Every Tuesday, a photo will be posted either by the winner of the previous week’s challenge or by myself. It will be a place: a city, a well-known monument, a street, a park.
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Ma Mère à Paris (pt. 2)

I’ve been in denial about Mom’s departure.  We’ve been close for a while now and the different time zones has really interrupted our daily talks.  Normally, I would call my mom two to three times a day, but now its once a day or even every few days.   313 more words

ACC Power Rankings: O-Mids are the New D-Mids

Every week we will highlight various storylines in the ACC Power Rankings. Everything from individual players to special teams to intangibles to off-field issues will be ranked. 1,368 more words

Power Rankings

To Be The Man, You Have To Beat The Man

As expected the Kentucky Wildcats advanced to the Final Four. As not expected- a game that Notre Dame took down to the wire. In fact Notre Dame was ahead with seconds to go, poised to be the winners of one of the biggest upsets in tournament history but the Wildcats never lost their cool and in the last seconds made a shot at the buzzer to win and proved why they were the best. 267 more words

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