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  • Weis Cracks and Crack Backs (by Bacchus and Kayo)

    There isn’t a lot of joy in beating a football team as hopelessly awful in every aspect of football (“flummoxed” is the word Seattle Times reporter Bud Withers used) as Washington is, but there is a hell of a lot of relief in avoiding a doomsday scenario no matter how unlikely it was in the … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Defense Shines in Seattle

    ( – by John Vannie) Notre Dame waltzed to a 33-7 victory over the bumbling Washington Huskies on Saturday night on the strength of a superb effort by the Irish defense. This group was so dominant that the Huskies did not cross midfield until the final minutes of the game. James Aldridge led a productive … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Rested Irish Face Winless Huskies

    ( – Notre Dame begins the second half of its season on Saturday with a road game against the University of Washington. The Irish are in search of their first victory away from home, while the hapless Huskies of Tyrone Willingham have yet to record a single win in any location. The two teams have … Full Notre Dame News Story

    The View From Seattle

    ( – NDNation asked Seattle writers, broadcasters and publishers to give us their take on the Willingham, Notre Dame and Washington. In order of response, here’s what they told us and a link to their most recent articles or broadcasts.

    Bob Condotta, Seattle Times

    Is Willingham’s Failure Vindication?Husky fans initially wanted to believe that everything … Full Notre Dame News Story

    Willingham’s Scorched Earth

    (*Re-run from cfb360)

    Author’s note: Often we hear people say “drop it, Willingham’s not our coach anymore so it doesn’t matter.” I heartily disagree. Willingham promoted the idea the Notre Dame was racist and unfair in his dismissal of him and that view has sadly been adopted by the majority of mainstream media and fans. … Full Notre Dame News Story