Saturday, December 12, 2009

Terence Moore has a thinking problem over Brian Kelly

Terence Moore is at it again. He is already proclaiming Brian Kelly to be "the next ND (Notre Dame) Legend." Gee Terence, shouldn't we wait until Kelly actually, y'know accomplishes something in South Bend?
Moore's reasoning behind his statement?

He isn't afraid of the ghosts. That's huge.

So Kelly's not afraid of ghosts. Cool, he's perfect to help out Shaggy and Scooby Doo. That doesn't mean he's going to be a "Legend" at Notre Dame.
So what else does Moore hang his claim on? That Kelly "gets" Notre Dame, the tradition and everything, but isn't intimidated by it. So what? The intangibles of ND aren't what Kelly needs to worry about. It's the delusional Domer alumni who expect nothing less than a BCS "championship" every year.
Declaring Brian Kelly as "the Next ND Legend" (in capital letters, no less) is a tad bit premature. He hasn't even coached a single play yet and Terence Moore is ready to place him next to Knute Rockne and Ara Parseghian. Be careful when you're counting your chickens' Terence. You might just end up with egg on your face.

(via Fanhouse)

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