Happy Memorial Day Everybody! Historically speaking this will be the deadest weekend of the year on OFD so I am estimating that approximately 10 of you will actually peruse this post. Due to the fact that this is Memorial Day Weekend I am absolutely okay with that. Go spend time with your friends and loved ones. Enjoy the time off and try to take a minute to remember those that sacrificed everything to make it all possible.
With that here are a few links to wrap up the week...
Because someone had to do it.
Check out BK on the Twitterz.
Within are links to the official Twitter feeds for every available FBS program's head coach and football account or athletic department account.
Like everything else about Alabama, we're gonna have to explain it to the haters. There's a process. That process looks like this. It's simple: either Alabam's slightly possibly definitely interested in you, or they ain't. If they ain', Hugh Freeze wants to talk to you.
The way that this is going my favorite video game of all time could soon become significantly less cool.
The use of an active college football player's name contradicts the NCAA's statements in the Ed O'Bannon case.
Houston running back Charles Sims, arguably the team’s best offensive weapon, announced Thursday he was departing Houston, leaving his football future up in the air.
And with Schad noting that Notre Dame is an unlikely destination at this point, it appears that Lunt's decision will come down to the Fighting Illini and the Cardinals.
"Notre Dame is an unlikely destination at this point" huh? When wasn't it an unlikely destination? Whatever.
Elsewhere in Oklahoma...
The deadly tornadoes that hit the town of Moore, Okla., this week left a path of terrible destruction and damage. Now, the state’s college football teams are playing their part to help the victims of the tragedy.
Check out Chuck Weis. This got a few people riled up this week.
The person associated with Notre Dame's athletics program who received the greatest compensation from the university during the 2011 calendar year was former football coach Charlie Weis, according to the university's new federal tax return.
I don't think BK is sweating it too much. I'm pretty sure ND has him getting paid in numerous ways. Ladies don't forget about Football 101.
The Kelly Cares Foundation, a charity founded by University of Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly and his wife, Paqui, will co-host the fourth edition of the highly touted Football 101 from 5-10 p.m. on June 11 on the University campus.
With the unofficial kickoff to summer upon us, we're inside 100 days until football is back. That may seem like quite a long time, but we've got plenty of ground to cover in the next few months as we get a better look at what the 2013 Fighting Irish will be.
Subway Domer Podcast anybody?
Eddie Vanderdoes is causing quite the stir within the Notre Dame fanbase right now. You all know the story, and most of you should also know the different routes that this story may end up taking over the next month or couple of months.
Even though the Irish finished the 2012 season undefeated, the level of expectations entering last season were at best, a mixed bag. Sure some had high hopes, others were cautiously optimistic, while a small contingency felt that if the Irish won 6 games it would be a success, given the perceived difficulty of their schedule.
Murtuagh was on top of it this week. As per usual...
The secondary, running backs, and front seven have been examined this off-season. Now we turn to the big uglies up front on the offensive line.
5 questions. 5 answers. Pitching my 30 for 30 documentary idea.
Now go enjoy the weekend!
"James, earn this. Earn it." Captain Miller.