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Yahoo columnist Dan Wetzel wrote about Brian Kelly and Notre Dame's ability to hold together its stellar recruiting class during a month of January that would have torn apart such a talented group in most cases.
It was a month ago today that Alabama beat Notre Dame 42-14 in Miami. Wetzel puts a pretty nice bow on a crazy 31 days.
From Yahoo! Sports: Routed by Alabama, embarrassed by the Manti Te'o scandal, Brian Kelly and the Fighting Irish are moving forward with an impressive recruiting class.
“This is that time when you say winning’s a choice.“
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Geez..... that was a horrible month. Yesterday makes everything feel good for future
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it sure was a lesson to me to shut up and let things sort themselves out. i have to admire kelly for his even-keeled demeanor. staff mgmt skills, and his down to earth honesty in convincing so many recruits parents that not everything is about football and winning, but what ND does in preparing you for life. throughout the season, and after the bama loss and teo's fiasco, it's not the first time i'd made an ass out of myself. hopefully i've learned something.......
Run the ball.
Stop the run.
You win, or lose, up front.
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