By: Bree Fromage
Once again, my predication about Notre Dame beating Northwestern was wrong. Might I add that I hate being wrong… I should stop making predications after consuming a bottle of wine. But it does help me cope with my depression after losing to a team that Notre Dame should have beaten. Going for two when it made absolutely no sense still haunts me… Where is that bottle of wine?!
Well, I don’t know much about Notre Dame/Louisville football, but what I do know is this week’s edition of “A Dame’s View” is all about Kentucky. Truth be told, I did not know that Louisville was in Kentucky until this week. But it does make sense considering how everyone pronounces it:
So, it got me to thinking…why do they pronounce “Louisville” like “Loo-A-Vul”? Then I remembered…it is in Kentucky. When I think of Kentucky…I think of Kentucky Fried Chicken. The Original Deep Fried Chicken, hot and tasty! Whenever you take a bite of that chicken…it’s so juicy and greasy…much like Bobby Petrino. Meanwhile, the football team seems like they would be good at first but then they become a hot mess, like Bobby Petrino. However, I personally know that the taste of KFC’s deep fried chicken can cause people to inhale a wing in one bite… Maybe that’s how they get “Loo-A-Vul”, a mouth full of slop, like Bobby Petrino. Now I’m beginning to think the issue going on with our Notre Dame Football team is too much KFC fried chicken. After having a piece of KFC’s chicken, your hands get so greasy and I’m positive that is what is causing all those turnovers and fumbles. Yeah…I bet that’s it…definitely not Golson’s fault.
You know what? Louisville also makes me think of baseball bats…not a university with a football team. I think it’s called the “Louisville Slugger”…supposedly the original wooden baseball bat. Whatever that means…I just hear about those wooden baseball bats breaking all the time. Like a broken bat, the Notre Dame Football team currently looks like it is splintered into a million pieces.
It’s going to take A LOT more than glue to put it back together at this point. Maybe we can get some nails and a hammer to put the team back together? Or maybe they should just hook up with players on the volleyball team. It helped Bobby Petrino bounce back.
Louisville has been waiting for this matchup against Notre Dame for several decades. I heard a rumor that Louisville is trying to get all their fans to do a red out at the game this Saturday. Little do they know that they only red that they will see is when Notre Dame tramples over their bleeding hearts when they score touchdowns. I do believe that Notre Dame will come up with this win and send Louisville crying home. GO IRISH!