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Yeah, I think there was stuff going on the last two games in the background.
More often than not, there are too many negative connotations regarding the players when you hear the phrase "simply things for the players."
However, it's not their fault if they're overloaded and forced to play...
Long snapper Hunter Rogers might seem an odd choice, but he was the one who muffed the first PAT in Game 1 if I remember correctly.
Great snaps the rest of the season, though.
NIL gives guys more options. I think Shane will make the right OC hire and he will stay.
Shane has also believed in him from the gitgo, even through the difficult times this season. Stogner helped get him here, but Shane is the one who will keep him here for another year if it happens.
Shane said in his last presser that the bowl game is like an extra spring practice or game.
Somebody else will get the chance to audition for next season in the bowl game.
We just need to figure out the OC stuff and go from there.
Can Mr. Irrelevant get it done? He still has Deebo and Christian McCaffrey as weapons at his disposal.
I started watching him during the Muschamp succubus...
You can hear the announcers call ND LB Mike Golic for a stop in the first quarter. Golic graduated as a Finance and Management major in 1985 and was a long-time ESPN personality after a decent NFL career with the old Houston Oilers.
Gauging from Shane's last presser for the bowl game, he said he felt Satt might leave after the Panthers fired Rhule and then Rhule became the lead candidate for the Nebraska job.
I don't think Shane would want to hire someone who will end up down the road like what just happened with Satt. JMO
The kicker for Notre Dame, John Carney, became the longtime kicker for the San Diego Chargers, including their Super Bowl run with HC Bobby Ross against the Niners.
He held the scoring record at San Diego before going to the Saints.