are two kinds of people in the world, Notre Dame lovers and Notre Dame
haters. And, quite frankly, they're both a pain in the ass.
former Notre Dame football coach
Bobby "Bacala" Baccalieri: The world really went downhill,
since 9/11. You know, Quasimodo predicted all of this.
'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Who did what?
"Bacala" Baccalieri: You know, the Middle East. The end of
'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Nostradamus. Quasimodo's the hunchback
of Notre Dame.
"Bacala" Baccalieri: Oh, right. Notredamus.
'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Nostradamus and Notre Dame, that's two
things different completely.
It's interesting that they'd be so similar, though. You know, I always
thought "Ok, you got the hunchback of Notre Dame. But you also got your
quarterback and your halfback of Notre Dame".
'Tony' Soprano Sr.: Notre Dame's a fucking cathedral!
"Bacala" Baccalieri: Obviously, I know. I'm just saying.
It's interesting, the coincidences. What, you're gonna tell me you
never pondered that?
'Tony' Soprano Sr.: No!
"We can't stay as strict as we are as far as the academic structure is
concerned because we've got to get the black athlete."
-Paul Hornung, Notre Dame alum,
Heisman winner, former broadcaster of Notre Dame games and bigot
This is the most beautiful sight these eyes have ever seen!
-Daniel Ruettiger, in the movie Rudy, while watching the Penn State
Blue Band playing "Hail to the Lion," a Penn State fight song
all of the
idiotic Notre Dame fans that informed www.NotreDameSucks.org that Notre
Dame was playing Georgia Tech, realize that he was actually watching
the Penn State Blue Band playing "Hail to the Lion." Perhaps if you
were familiar with college football, you might realize that. Here's proof.)