Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly-Nevin Shapiro

Earnest T. Bass

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Fat mouth, jerk-off Brian Kelly made the comments found below during the heat of the Shapiro fiasco. He belittled our players and was clearly trying to push the narrative at the time that Miami’s football program should be disbanded. Next Saturday’s game is not just about going 9 and 0, but it is personal, as that fat, little weasel needs his arse kicked all over Hard Rock and then dragged out to the curb and booted down the road. Ultimately, he was saying that our kids are criminals and don’t deserve to be playing college football. Again, this is personal and every Cane should be standing on the tallest mountain top loudly and repeatedly reminding our players, coaches, administrators and fans what that piece of garbage tried to do and how he sees ALL of our people from the past and now.

“Miami’s actions are obviously not good for college football,” he said. “You can’t put a good spin on it. What I can tell you is there are a lot of good football coaches out there who believe in recruiting the right kids –kids that understand and recognize the value of getting an education first—which can alleviate some of those things.

“As a coach, as a program, you recruit guys who understand they are coming to a school to get a degree and the value of that degree and what it costs and play football. The rest of that stuff, we have to be more vigilant—everybody. The penalties have to be severe for people who don’t play by the rules.”
 
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Colombie

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He knows nothing about Miami kids other than what he sees in the media.

He will be throwing his highly educated recruits under the bus once we beat him on Saturday.

HE always does that in his cowardly fashion.
 
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I want Miami to win 66-3 and for Miami to petition the ACC to NEVER play the Indiana independent team ever again until they join the conference. Or, for the ACC to put its foot down and kick the independent team completely out of the conference.

Would much rather prefer adding an SEC, Big 12, B1G or PAC 12 team(s) to the schedule - if, Big if, they’ll agree to schedule Miami.
 

Earnest T. Bass

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kar·ma

"The sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences."

It is very important that all week long we remind current, past and future Canes (recruits) what that piece of shyt said and tried to do to our program. As has been said; Karma can be a bytch!"
 

Tad Footeball

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Killing undergrads and covering up rapes that result in suicide is the true sign of doing things "the right way".
 

CaneFanWNY

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Brian Kelly killed a kid in practice and had one of his own rapist players cause a girl to kill herself

Pot. Kettle.
 

Earnest T. Bass

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Brian Kelly killed a kid in practice and had one of his own rapist players cause a girl to kill herself

Pot. Kettle.

It goes without saying that his involvement in that kid's death is deplorable and nothing he has done since or before compares to that, but, he also tried to kill our program.
 
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OriginalCanesCanesCanes

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Fūck that potato eater.

We all know what he meant by the “right kids” - not too urban, not too ethnic, cowtows and bows to red-faced maniacs like him, etc. etc.

You all know what he means when he says the “right kids”.

That’s what he is.
 
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Getting a kid killed during practice is not a good look Brian

Didn't he also have kids getting in trouble?

Michael Floyd's liver damn near gave out from all the drinking he was doing at ND. Kelly also has covered up rapes (one of which lead to a student committing suicide, so in my book he has two deaths on his hands) and who knows what else.

He really is the biggest scumbag in all of College football. I don't think it's close, actually.
 

Earnest T. Bass

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Who knows...maybe if we say this loud enough and long enough some of the media (ESPN and others) may pick-up on what Kelly said, which some may think was hidden racist comments or at the very least inferring our past and present players are criminals. Yes, there is the chance that ESPN will claim that Kelly was right, because most all of their talking heads rarely pass up the opportunity to invent something to belittle the Canes.
 
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