Friday, September 14, 2012

Runnin' the option in Hurricane Katrina

Editor's note: Some variation of this post will appear every year at about this time because ... I mean ... obviously.

The Michigan State-Notre Dame game carries a real significance for some people (most of them either Catholic or living in the Upper Midwest). Not for me. For all of eternity -- as long as they're playing, anyway (argh ACC blurgh) -- it shall be known at Forever Saturday as The Mike Valenti Game.

For reference, it was 2006 and Notre Dame had just rallied from 16 down in the fourth quarter to hand MSU one of its typically hilarious and devastating losses as mouth-breathing Spartan slappy and Detroit radio host Mike Valenti watched from the slappy seats in an epic downpour that might have been related to a biblical plague (research pending). The following Monday morning, amazing happened in the form of a 15-minute rant that must live on for posterity's sake.

The perfect summary, courtesy of Notre Dame blog The House That Rock Built:
It's ... amazing. Crazy amazing. Cramazing. Holy hell, stop reading this and just listen to it. In one of his more lucid moments, he demands the coaching staff be replaced by Teddy Ruxpin and HR Pufnstuf. Then he starts saying some really weird shit.
Seriously. It's cramazing. Listen to it. Now.

You're welcome.


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