Alabama absolutely obliterated Notre Dame in the National Championship game on Monday Night. Former Notre Dame Head Coach Lou Holtz was completely discouraged after the loss, and was in utter disbelief. The whole year he’s been saying that Notre Dame was the best team in the country, and he even implied that Mark May should be fired for thinking Alabama could beat Notre Dame.
He tried to find the right words to describe the 42-14 loss, but he couldn’t seem to explain what had happened.
“Alabama was really far superior. How did it happen? I really don’t know,” Holtz said
“Notre Dame never even tried to run the football consistently. If you’re going to win a championship, you gotta be able to stop the run — which Notre Dame could not — and you have to be able to run the ball, which they did not try.”
“Notre Dame did not play their best football game, and that’s probably the most discouraging thing to that university and to the team and the coaches as well.”
Lou Holtz will never believe that Notre Dame didn’t deserve to be playing in that game, despite this result. Next fall you can guarantee that Holtz will pick Notre Dame to win the National Championship, again.
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