"Camera Overheating Due to Desert Coordinator"
I hope he coaches as cool as he looks.
Orange leisure suit, white belt, white patent leather shoes, white fedora and a long white fur cape would be a perfect look on the sidelines
always, the Golic family came through in spades! Very well done. No Kelly dancing on the rotating stripper pole.
I realized the original was about a bachelor party in Las Vegas. Back to video, I assume it was true to the script, in that they met in the desert about an exchange for money and (?). It is ostensibly well done.
My only problem with it is the Golics. When Jr. said ‘that uniform won a national championship,’ did Sr. or Jr. ever win a national championship? It looks like they got the wrong Golic.
the motions for contractural obligation (I assume), not funny at all. Worse than Bonfire of the Vanities and Joe vs the Volcano, even.
Maybe it had something to do with having seen it immediately on my return from my first trip to Bangkok. Flashbacks, man.
They took it even more over the top, and it worked. I have no desire to seem them try to out-do 2.
Well worth it.
Jr. obviously did not. Sr. was a Faust player.
Sr.'s brother Bob won a title in 1977, but I don't think that was his jersey.
I'm guessing it was a jersey from 1988.
I recall the distance and cold weather were not his thing.
during the Fall
Ale wearing gloves, winter coat, scarf, and a stocking hat.
was the best!
They lose their (white) friend Doug and find out he was taken for ransom. The exchange happens in the desert, but the Doug they get back is a different (black) Doug. They eventually piece together they left white Doug on the roof the night before and rescue him.
One thing I noticed. There were foul, even vulgar language in the real Hangover. I know it's Las Vegas; but did you ever hear us using such profane language, especially about a football game. On campus, we would never use such filthy language.
not to watch any of The Hangover movies. Unless of course, my sarcasm meter is broken regarding your post.
So that's nice.
He may or may not be inclined to support us based on, or as an inspiration for, making that connection.
Not just ND people- all sorts of CFB media, recruits, random fans of opposing teams etc.
It feels weird to be A. liked, and B. cool, re:Notre Dame football. Freeman just shits all over BK in these two regards.
This video doesn't do much for me, but it's not embarrassing, and the kids seem to like it. Following college football in 2022, I increasingly feel like Burt Reynolds in the second half of Boogie Nights.
Don’t think it was entertaining and makes me think we’re trying so hard to be like all the programs that so many on this board rail against on so many levels. Would much prefer the ND I knew staying true to itself than trying to fit into what college football has become.
But why it was done is a little murky. I don't think it's going to bring new eyeballs to the actual game, so it comes across as just a bit self-absorbed to think the world cares about the Shamrock Series generally, or that game in particular, enough to put in the production value that was needed to make that. But our student-athletes and coaches come across well. And there was marginal entertainment value.
I’m assuming the players did not receive any compensation for the video. The video certainly helps Mayer and Foskey gain recognition. They could potentially use that recognition for future NIL deals and professional endorsements. ND has a lot to offer in terms of NIL that doesn’t require murky payments from collectives.
I now find this entirely relatable.
and I'll stipulate up front that it might be directly proscribed in the NIL rules.
What is to stop ND from directly paying (exorbitantly) Foskey and Mayer as actors for their work here.
Despite being the entity that profits the most from using their names, images, and likenesses.
Is that still an NCAA rule? For how much longer?
players. That's one way to get around it.
distribute it (I assume ND wouldn't be allowed to put it out on their own channels), use the ND brand and pay the players?
and it never happened.
Unis are great, love the details and font. If you're going with a 3rd uni, put the effort in (a la Arsenal's bruised banana).
I understand this nothing new for you. Who would wear two polo shirts?
in New Orleans. John Curtis vs. Kinder. Kinder had white jerseys with yellow numbers, no trim on the numbers. I covered the game - at night - from the sideline and it was STILL hard to see the numbers.
Fortunately, Kinder ran the true option and Curtis hammered them in the playoff game.
Though it lacks a certain Brian creeping on recruits vibe.
I couldn't find any fault with it
MF is bringing a much different energy to Notre Dame football
It would have been cringeworthy, not genuine and horribly unfunny, but he would have done it.
I don’t think anyone before him would have.
For one very very small, but specific, reason.
I guess it bears repeating: spell check is *not* the same as proofreading.
You should have sent him the 3 Holtz Moon to wear.