- Sumner Redstone, the businessman and media magnate, once said, “Success is not built on success. It’s built on failure. It’s built on frustration. Sometimes it’s built on catastrophe.” Ralph Marston, the author, gave it to us like this, “You’ve done it before and you can do it now. See the positive possibilities. Redirect the substantial energy of your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination.” Then the big homie, Charles Brunson, laid it out like an old bear skin rug when he spit, “The fear really hits you. That’s what you feel first. And then it’s the anger and frustration. Part of the problem is how little we understand about the ultimate betrayal of the body when it rebels against itself.”
Well playas…after Notre Dame left Brain Kelly hangin’ last week with the foolishness of the NCAA investigation there was clearly anger and frustration. ALL of the problem was how little he understood about these boyz ability to and willingness to straight up betray him. So after his Fightin’ Irish got the brakes beaten off of them out in LA by the red hot USC Trojans 45-27 the word leaked that he was lookin’ to get out of the ride with dull Notre Dame.
Accordin’ to my Mans and Nem, ole boy has his representatives lookin’ for other opportunities for him. In other words, he’s tired of the foolishness in South Bend and is ready to dip!
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! It sounds like a great job on the surface but it’s not! It’s darn near impossible to win at the level that the administration expects you to win because of all of the freakin’ stipulations. They want you to be a football powerhouse and an academic powerhouse at the same time which is impossible to do. You can’t compete with the actually football powerhouses around the country because all you have to have to get into those schools is a 2.00 GPA bruh!
That means that when they are recruitin’ they can talk to ALL of the best players in America and Notre Dame can only talk to about 30 of them. For example, when you look at the ESPN Top 150 list a school like Ohio State or Alabama can sit down with everyone of them. Notre Dame can only sit down with 20 of them because most cats that good aren’t walkin’ around with a 3.5 GPA and a 29 on the ACT. Not happenin’ playboy. So when Bama signs 9 or 10 of them every year and Notre Dame signs maybe 1 of them they’re 21 points down gettin’ off of the bus.
Secondly, Notre Dame wants all of the freakin’ money and refuses to join a conference (ACC) for football like the rest of their team sports. So Brian Kelly has to almost go undefeated or at the minimum only lose one game to even be considered to play for a national championship. Do you realize how much pressure that is on a coachin’ staff? And God forbid they lose a game early in the season! How do you keep everybody motivated to come to work for the next 11 or 12 weeks knowin’ that you’ve got nothin’ to play for? Why? Do they have nothin’ to play for when schools like Ohio State or Oklahoma do with early losses? Because they can still when their conference titles. Notre Dame doesn’t have that option because the administration is so greedy they don’t care that the jobs impossible to do.
Then they pull the NCAA investigation out of their underwear and leave a boy hangin’? Naw playa, I don’t blame Brian Kelly for tryin’ to get up outta there. I bet he wishes that he would have stayed at Cincinnati until something else came open.
Goin’ to coach at Notre Dame is like datin’ the cosmetic 10 that everybody drools over when she walks down the street. She’s fine as frog hair to look at but she’s a monster to deal with. It’s cool to walk in with her under your arm but is completely unreasonable and impossible to get along with. Why? Because she’s been so fine for so long that her expectations are ridiculous and she’s as arrogant as a peacock. You can’t do anything to satisfy her and she’s always tellin’ you that she can do better.
She’s always on some Beyonce’ “Irreplaceable” foolishness! “You must not know ’bout me / You must not know ’bout me / I could have another you in a minute / Matter fact he’ll be here in a minute…”
Well ole boy said that he’s goin’ to dip before that dun shows up. He’s on some “I can show you better than I can tell you” foolishness!
At some point Notre Dame and it’s delusional fan base is goin’ to learn that the private school up in South Bend isn’t relevant and boyz aren’t tryin’ to deal with their ignorance for the same bread that they can get somewhere else. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Spit: verb – to say
2) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
3) My Mans and Nem: noun – credible sources. Nobody ever gives the dun’s names. All they say is sources etc. That’s the same as sayin’ my mans and nem in the hood.
4) Dip: verb – to leave