Tears, Hugs, and Kids with a Cup and Ball. #ASeasonWithNotreDameFootball #FightingIrish #NotreDame

Posted: September 16, 2015 by jmklee in Uncategorized

imagesIf you saw A Season With Notre Dame Football last night you saw unbelievable drama.  The only thing I don’t like about the show is the fact it is only 30 minutes long.  It just doesn’t seem like enough time to really get an inside look into what the coaches and players are dealing with on a week to week basis.  With that said there was nothing more heart wrenching than watching the raw emotions of Malik Zaire and the team after his season ending injury.  The cameras caught a conversation between Coach Kelly and Zaire’s parents that put the whole injury and football season in a perspective we fans often lose sight of.  Hat’s off to Showtime for giving us a peek into a world we rarely see and doing it in a way that didn’t make me feel I was unwanted by the Notre Dame family.

Now the episode was not all tears and hugs, you also saw a bunch of kids acting like, well, kids.  As they were trying to put a ping-pong ball in a cup in the most ridiculous way possible.

What?  No, it’s not like two girls one cup.  Yes, I know there is a cup involved but really it’s different, this is good CLEAN fun.  No, I don’t want to see that clip.  Yes, I have seen the Family Guy when Brian made Stewie watch it.  I know, it was funny.  No, I’m not showing the Family Guy clip.  NO!!!!  I’m not showing the actual clip either, that is the type of stuff that puts Subway pitchman in prison!  I know, can I just get on with the post?  Thank you!

Sorry about that, anyway.  If you are not big on YouTube, I’m looking at you Beck, then this could have been your first exposure to Trick Shot Monday.  As long as the Irish keep winning the team will keep putting these videos out. (they only do it the Monday following a win.)  So far they have done three this season; Texas week, Virginia week (the one you saw last night) and the newly released Georgia Tech week.  Take a look.





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