September 16, 2007
Tim Prister's Point After
ANN ARBOR, Mich.- Demetrius Jones didn't leave the Notre Dame football program; he escaped it.
If there were a mercy rule in college football, Notre Dame and Michigan would have been sent home at halftime.
If Mike Hart doesn't have a future in the NFL, he has a career as a college football prognosticator.
Charlie Weis won't let the media speak with Jimmy Clausen for fear of creating a prima donna. Don't worry.
One thing the Irish won't have to worry about this year is kickoff man Nate Whitaker being leg weary.
Okay, enough jokes. Let's be serious for a moment. Charlie Weis is the head coach of the worst team in college football.
It's certainly the worst Notre Dame football team, from top to bottom, that this reporter has seen in his 42 seasons of recollection, beginning with Ara Parseghian's 1966 national championship squad.
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