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100 Thoughts In 100 Days: If Notre Dame Joined The Big 10, The Biggest Winner Is Cincinnati

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NCAA Football: Southern Methodist at Cincinnati Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Alright y’all... we are 100 days to kickoff for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and instead of just posting a random picture of whatever with a number, you’re going to get a chance to dive even deeper into my everyday thoughts.

It’s not always going to be pretty, and you have to remember: these are just random streams of thought and in no way should constitute a firm belief or ideology.

NOTRE DAME JOINS THE BIG 10 TO THE DELIGHT OF THE QUEEN CITY

An old man in Illinois dies and inside one of his many security boxes in banks spread out all over the midwest, is a secret deal signed in 1948 by the Notre Dame BOT and the Big 10 Conference that effectively states that Notre Dame would join the Big 10 if they haven’t become a full member elsewhere by 2010.

Being Notre Dame, they just “okay I guess we have a signed document here, and we have to keep our word... we welcome our new Big 10 overlords.”

The Big 10 can barely stand up with their raging manhood after receiving this news. They quickly try to kick the Rutgers Scarlet Knight TF out of the conference — but they too have this shit on lock with a signed document.

Suffering from a serious case of OCD, the Big 10 turns to the Cincinnati Bearcats to even up the number of teams, and the Big 10 becomes the first Power 5 conference with 16 teams.

Cincy is overcome with joy. All the tears, all the frustration, all the prayers, all of the power point presentations to the Big 12 have all led to this day. FINALLY, Nippert Stadium will reign as the most cozy of Big 10 venues. FINALLY, we have achieved peak Brian kelly takeover of the midwest.

In Cincinnati’s first game in their new conference, they beat the Michigan Wolverines 37-0.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN!

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