In the afterglow of a big win, it’s often easy to overlook some of the details or reasons for that big win:
“They’re good because they are so simple,” [Barrett] Jones said, “but, also, they’re simple. We knew if we had certain shifts, they would get into certain formations that we felt like we would have good runs against. We were right — every play, almost. This is not a flaw in Notre Dame. We watched a lot of film. We had a lot of time to figure out what they did in certain formations.”
For Notre Dame, this right here gives new meaning to the phrase “taking a knee”:
However, WSBT-TV reports, via Trent, that [Tommy] Rees “kneed an officer in the stomach” and was pepper sprayed before being taken into custody. The Tribune was able to confirm both incidents.
Rees has been hit with charges of resisting law enforcement, felony battery to law enforcement, minor consumption and public intoxication. He is being held without bond until the county prosecutor’s office decides on formal charges.
Notre Dame will be rockin’ these lids vs. Maryland this weekend:
Well, at least it’s not as bad as Maryland’s. I can’t believe a tradition-rich school such as Notre Dame would pull this stunt.
[HT: Eye on College Football]