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Monday, March 17, 2008
Happy Notre Dame Day!
In the celebration of St. Patty's Day, here are some Irish Proverbs we found that might be some great words of wisdom for some of our friends in the land of sports. When reading this make sure you speak in an Irish dialect.
"A secret is a weapon and a friend." A secret or possibly a video tape, right Coach Belichick.
"A man may be his own ruin." Perhaps like George O'Leary's resume?
Rich Rodriquez we shall soon see if "A trout in the pot is better than a salmon in the sea."
"By degrees the castles are built." Bobby Bowden is glad it doesn't state earned degrees.
Kelvin Sampson "Don't let your tongue (or fingers) cut your throat."
"Fat is not to be had without labour." Oh Mangino, sometimes you make it too easy.
"If a rogue deceives me once, shame on him. If he deceives me twice, shame on me." Take heed Alabama and Arkansas Fans...
"Reputations last longer than lives." Do you think Slick Rick has found this to be true yet?
"Sending the goose on a message to the fox's den." Be careful though, sometimes the goose is tougher than a fox, or perhaps a Wolverine.
"Pride comes before a fall." Is this what happened Notre Dame?
Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone!
"May your glass be ever full. May the roof over your head be always strong. And may you be in heaven half an hour before the devil knows you're dead."