Jim, no offense intended, but I can't imagine Swarbrick even acknowledging on the record that he things there ARE shenanigans, let alone talk about how he feels about them. I can also imagine that if Eric tried to get him to haul off on his colleagues, that would be one very short intervi…
I really like to read that the former ND players came back for camp. That has to help recruiting, and it wasn't something I heard often enough before 2016.
Mixing a little political diatribe in with the sports diatribe. Clever.
I guess it's all a matter of point of view. Maybe none of the players involved share yours.
I'd say rather that right now there are lots of unknowns. Last year it was the same: there were "big question marks" at RB just as there are now -- nobody was really sure about Dexter Willams. Moving on.
I have little doubt that these three players were unaware of the presence of this drug in whatever they took to cause the positive test. Trace amounts of it (and I don't doubt Swinney's honesty either) appear to get into a number of legit products due to cross-contamination by manufacturers …
I recall that Dexter's first play at Notre Dame was a 17-yard touchdown run. He does have a way of starting things off with a bang!
Not going to happen.
I disagree with this. Kelly has clearly reined in his on-field behavior. If you want to cherry-pick him yelling at Polian after giving up a 99-yard kickoff return, go ahead. But using that to call Prister's integrity into question is pretty far out in left field. Perhaps you need a reality c…