Letter to the Editor 1-12-13
THIS IS IN RESPONSE TO THE JOURNAL’S WEDNESDAY EDITORIAL BY BEN WEARING
Earned that Spot
We (Notre Dame) earned that spot . . . that chance to play for the championship.
Didn’t lose during the season. In pre-season predictions . . . Many said our schedule was the toughest in the country. The more we won, the easier it got.
At my advanced age, I have lived through years of such editorials. But I still have a lot of Irish fight in these ol’ bones.
By the way, Notre Dame had the #1 graduation rate in the country. Want to rag on that?
A Domer forever,
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