Dickie Dunn wrote:"We missed a field goal; that's why we lost the game," Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri said. "It came down to a special teams play, we didn't make the play. Give credit to Notre Dame for being able to finish it off."
columbia wrote:The odd thing: whoever the hell the color guy was, kept pumping Tino's tires about his intelligence and maturity as a QB.
ExPatriatePen wrote:columbia wrote:columbia wonders whether KtK should stay at home next time.
However, I think it's safe to just blame this one on ulf.
ulf wrote:ND folk are very nice. The fans that picked them up, and most likely root for the Yankees, UNC bball, the Celtics...are all a-holes, but the ones from South Bend that most likely went to UND are awesome. Didn't meet one jerk, they all seemed to really hope you enjoyed your time. Hearing "Welcome to Notre Dame" actually got old. Gotta be one of the best road trips you can do for college football. Would have been the best day if Pitt could have won, but I went knowing that was unlikely.
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