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Bad, but there's hope

Yes, we're disappointed, but no, there's no reason for major concern here. Time will tell, but Kelly in process of building.


  1. Stanford had a couple close calls go against them 2 years ago in a ND game and Harbaugh has been whining about it every chance he gets. Harbough tells his players they got robbed by the officials when they lose a game. ND routinely gets obviously bad calls averageing about 2 per game over the past 20 years but ND tells its players they lost because they didn't execute. Which approach is better for these young men's psyche? Better yet, which approach seems to be working?


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