Notre Dame is looking for a little revenge this weekend after Michigan’s last second victory in the Big House a year ago. Here’s this week’s Friday Morning Flicks to get you through the day and ready for gameday.
Michigan’s Denard Robinson looked pretty Pat White-esque last. Here’s the blueprint for how to stop a Rich Rodriguez spread offense with an athletic QB like Robinson.
The last time Michigan came to South Bend, Lou Holtz said this at the pep rally.
And then the Irish did this to the Wolverines.
Here’s a ton of great classic clips all in one video.
Now let’s take a look back at some great plays in Notre Dame-Michigan history. We’ll start off with Rocket Ismail’s first half kickoff in 1989.
Next is the “most spectacular run you’re ever going to see.”
How about Harry Oliver’s 51 yarder against Michigan in 1980 with Tony Roberts doing the commentary.
…and here’s Michigan play by play announcer Bob Ufer’s take on the same play.
Wait a minute, Bo isn’t going to kick to the Rocket again…. is he???
Coming off a tough season, the ’98 Irish entered the Michigan unranked and supposedly undermatched…
Ok, I know I posted this one last week too, but there’s no such thing as too much Lou Holtz.
And let’s close it with the greatest fight song in all of college football.
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