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September 19, 2007 6:30 AM

Notre Dame Shame


Things at Notre Dame are pretty bleak these days. Not even the Notre Dame icon of Touchdown Jesus can stand it.



  • September 19, 2007

    7:32 AM

    good ol' george writes:

    Jay Leno on the Irish: It's so bad at Notre Dame, the leprechaun got beat up by a Keebler elf.

  • September 19, 2007

    7:57 AM

    Jeff Koz writes:

    Drew this has got to be one of the funniest ones I've ever seen you do. Thank you sir.

  • September 19, 2007

    9:40 AM

    MJ writes:

    Ouch, bad year to be a domer fan. 0 offensive touchdowns. That hurts.

  • September 19, 2007

    11:01 AM

    Goddess writes:

    As a completely mortified Notre Dame fan, I would like to thank you for putting our emotions into art...

    (oy vay... 33 rushes for -6 yards against Michigan... That Ain't Right...)

  • September 19, 2007

    1:42 PM

    Mike Coronado writes:

    Drew that one is a true classic!! you are the best!!!!

  • September 19, 2007

    5:44 PM

    Husker in PA writes:

    Drew, when you do a 50 years of win lose and Drew, this one will rank in the Top 5. This one deserves to be on a poster.

  • September 21, 2007

    2:33 AM

    A Sense of Betrayal writes:

    From the bottom of a Navy Mids fan's heart, THANK YOU!

  • March 10, 2010

    2:01 AM

    Gerard Mikola writes:

    In the United States, posters did not evolve to the same artistic level. American posters were primarily directed towards basic commercial needs to deliver a written message. However, the advent of the travelling circus brought colorful posters to tell citizens that a carnival was coming to town. But these too were very commercially utilitarian, of average quality, and few saw any real artistic creativity.

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