Honestly, the only thing surprising about this was to discover that Jimmy Clausen is still occupying space on a NFL roster.
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The fish-eaters vs. the pig-eaters, IMO.
Bead Mumblers Vs. Bammers
is clausen the team’s designated fumbler?
No, equipment manager. He keeps track of all the helmets between games…
Wait until he sees one from Bama that spells “Catholic” with a “K”. And it comes with a hood.
Is the percentage of Catholic players on Notre Dame’s team any greater than the percentage within the general populace?
Clausen is playing pro football? In the NFL? I am afraid that the apocalypse is indeed near.
Not very well, if that makes you feel any better.
Clausen is playing pro football warming a bench? In the NFL? I am afraid that the apocalypse is indeed near.
We he does arrive at practice every day in a limo. Just to remind everyone what a boss he was in the recruiting circles.
Golden Domes vs. Trailer Homes
I like the “Protestants vs the Pedophiles” from the comment section.
Given the fact that most of the ND players are not Catholic I have to ask: Which is which?
I think the Catholic characterization comes from the student body, its alumni and fans, which is most certainly predominantly Catholic.
That was my feeble attempt at humor–and a slap at Bama at the same time.
Hard to point fingers…
Look up index of consanguinity by people group.
Catholics are ‘cousins’ to a much greater degree than Alabamians
I can’t wait for nd to get its beatdown. I hope it is just embarassing to watch.
I don’t get it.
Ask your girlfriend…er, cousin.
Here’s a legal question: An Alabama girl and an Alabama guy get married in Alabama. They move to Georgia where they live together for 7 years. They then get divorced in Georgia. Are they still cousins?
Talk about confusing…try figuring out which side to sit on at a wedding.
That’s funny, Mayor. And you’re a good sport, BD.
And which side to testify for in the divorce.
“Every guy on our team is a potential cornerback right now.” — Kirby Smart, AB-H, 3/2/21
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