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January 7, 2013

Two series. That is what defined Notre Dame’s defense in this season of resurgence, as the Irish fought to an undefeated regular season and the Bowl Championship Series national title game against Alabama on Monday night.

Two series with that Notre Dame defense backed up near its goal line, protecting a single-digit lead. Two series in which a pair of opponents ran straight ahead, up the middle, close enough to the end zone to measure by feet, or inches. Two series that clinched two victories in the final minutes.

For all the reasons Notre Dame arrived back at the national championship — reasons like Coach Brian Kelly and quarterback Everett Golson and linebacker Manti Te’o — none proved as important or overlooked as the work the defense did when it was backed up near the end zone. Notre Dame stopped Stanford there in overtime, inside the 1-yard-line. The Irish also turned back Southern California at the 1-yard-line in their regular-season finale.

Had either of those teams gained that single yard, Notre Dame’s magical season would have ended in a series of almosts — almost undefeated, almost B.C.S. title game bound.

Instead, Notre Dame highlighted the art of the goal-line stand, a sequence among the most straightforward and difficult in football. It did so, according to the defensive coordinator Bob Diaco, because of the consistency of its approach.

“The goal-line stands are a function of players knowing clearly exactly what to do, playing with whole heart, whole body, whole mind,” Diaco said. “No situation will be too much for us to take on, and no place on the field will we get discouraged, no matter where the ball is placed.”

That mentality carried Notre Dame through so many close games this season. It made the difference between a good team and a great one. It was a mind-set, Te’o said, that the Irish lacked in recent seasons.

Notre Dame’s ability to stop offenses near the end zone, combined with Alabama’s ability to score once its offense closed in, provided an important subplot before the title tilt. The Crimson Tide scored roughly 8 times out of every 10 times it advanced inside an opponent’s 20-yard-line. The Fighting Irish allowed opponents inside the 20 only 33 times, and in those instances, they yielded a scant eight touchdowns.

This led Alabama players and coaches to laud the Notre Dame defense throughout the week that led up to the championship game. The offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier labeled the Fighting Irish’s front seven the best the Crimson Tide would see this season. Receiver Kevin Norwood even paid Notre Dame the ultimate compliment.

“They’re like an SEC defense,” he said, in reference to Alabama’s conference, known for its tough, physical, stout defenses.

For as long as teams have played football, the goal-line stand has proved to be a game-changer, a brute-force sequence, man against man, power against power, strength against strength, that greatly shifted momentum from a team that is about to score to a team that refused to yield any points.

There is little technical artistry involved, the focus instead on simple concepts and difficult execution. Defensive linemen must get underneath the pads of their offensive counterparts, gain leverage and push the offense backward. They call this setting a new line of scrimmage. Linebackers must fill the gaps behind the linemen. Cornerbacks must cover receivers, should an offense pass, or pinch inside from the edge, wary of a running back leaping over the pile.

The defense cannot expect officials to call many penalties that close, in crucial moments. The sheer mass of bodies in such a confined space makes that difficult, as do the stakes involved.

“It’s fight or flight,” Notre Dame safety Zeke Motta said. “You have to make this stop. There’s no other option. You dream of situations like this your whole life.”

Like against Stanford in October. Notre Dame led, 20-13, after it scored first in overtime. Stanford drove to the 4-yard-line. Four times the Cardinal handed the ball to Stepfan Taylor. Four times Notre Dame stopped him short, although in the final instance Taylor inched so close to the end zone that many believe he actually scored.

from:  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/08/sports/ncaafootball/goal-line-stands-shape-notre-dame-season.html?_r=0

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Everett Golson was born on January 2nd, 1993 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everett_Golson

January 2nd, 1993

1 + 2 +1+9+9+3 = 25 = his life lesson = Exciting.  Thrilling.  Rooting for the underdog.

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January 2nd, 1993

January 2nd

1 + 2 +2+0+1+3 = 9 = his personal year (from January 2nd, 2013 to January 1st, 2014) = Seeking sage advice.  Heeding wisdom.  Wisdom sets him apart.

9 year + 1 (January) = 10 = his personal month (from January 2nd, 2013 to February 1st, 2013) = Opportunities.  Going with the flow.  Rolling with it.

The Wheel of Fortune Tarot card

10 month + 7 (7th of the month on Monday January 7th, 2013) = 17 = his personal day = Making miracles happen.

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12:42p.m. EST            January 7, 2013

This championship game is different.

This championship game, the ghosts seem so alive, they might have their own tailgate party.

Notre Dame wins, and Knute Rockne nods approvingly. The Irish are back where he, and presumably the college football gods, always intended. And isn’t it about time?

Alabama wins, and Bear Bryant doffs a houndstooth hat in gratitude. He, too, once had a title bout with the Irish. He lost.

This championship game, the passion runs Marianas Trench deep.

Notre Dame had applications for 107,000 tickets from donors, and only 17,000 seats to sell. It’s not good when you must say no to someone who writes you checks.

Alabama football is a state treasure, as indigenous and eternal as the cotton fields. “It means the world to our fans,” linebacker Nico Johnson was saying. “We could go to Alaska and play a football game, and they’d be there.”

This championship game, history is not just for the codgers, to rehash over coffee. For the average 20-year-old, last week is too long ago to remember and antiquity is anything pre-Twitter, but these teams feel the push of the past. They must realize the big picture, if only because of the uniforms they wear.

“We don’t play just for ourselves or the coaches. We play for all the Notre Dame players who came before us, and set the stage for us,” said Irish tight end Tyler Eifert.

“You live life to be remembered, and do great things so that you can leave a legacy here when you’re gone,” said Crimson Tide defensive lineman Damion Square.

This championship game, the teams realize they would need as much time to count those against them, as those for them. Notre Dame carries the whiff of endless privilege, sure to antagonize a large audience. An Alabama title would only exacerbate national SEC fatigue. “Let’s face it,” center Barrett Jones said, “people are probably getting tired of us.”

This championship game, the coaches are the doorstep of their own pantheons.

On Sunday, they talked of their youth, and the lessons learned about the value of hard work. Brian Kelly mentioned washing dishes to make spending money in college. Nick Saban remembered pumping gas and washing cars at his father’s service station, dreading the navy blue sedans that would so easily show streaks.

They are now renowned men together at center stage, and if they are alike in anything, it’s how they are following the path of giants.

Notre Dame wins Monday night , and Kelly — “The most fearless coach I have ever been around,” defensive coordinator Bob Diaco called him — can shake hands with Parseghian and Holtz and Leahy and the rest. There are Irish coaches, and there are Irish championship coaches, and only one of those groups gets to be immortal.

“The charge immediately,” Kelly said of his ascension to the Golden Dome, “was to play for championships.”

Alabama wins Monday night, and Saban — “There is no question he is driven to be the greatest coach in the game,” defensive coordinator Kirby Smart said — owns four rings, three with the Tide. He would have every right to be mentioned in the same reverential tones as Bryant, no matter how much he dismisses the very idea.

“Really, there’s no one I know that I would say should even be spoken of in the same sort of circumstance at all,” Saban said of Bryant. “It’s not really about me at all. It’s all about this team, this game, this year, and none of that other stuff really matters from my standpoint.”

But it does matter.

This championship game, the new age of hyperventilating spread-out offenses – Generation TD – is on holiday. These are teams who claim to cherish traditional ways and traditional means.

“They like to keep it old school around here,” running back Eddie Lacy said of Alabama.

“It’s a little bit old-fashioned in the sense that this is about the big fellows up front,” Kelly said of Monday night.

This championship game, there is not the slightest doubt as to the mission, the aura, the reality that Monday night carries a meaning far, far beyond Sun Life Stadium. One reason these teams are here is that two coaches were able to get two locker rooms of athletes to understand the responsibility that comes with their helmets, to dream of it and work for it and make it happen.

“People expect greatness of us,” Notre Dame receiver TJ Jones said.

“It can hurt you,” Johnson said of the mantle to carry at Alabama, “or it can make you.”

This championship game, the echoes will bellow through the future, because every football memory lives on at Alabama and Notre Dame football, and that counts triple for titles won, and lost.

“If you start thinking about legacies, you just get caught up in a body of work, and this game is just not about a body of work,” Jones said. “It’s about one game, one night, and two teams.

“Your entire legacy is based on how you finished.”

So finish it, already. This championship game, Alabama wins, with defense, title game savvy, and Saban. Tide 17-10.

from:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/columnist/lopresti/2013/01/06/bcs-championship-game-ghosts-notre-dame-alabama/1812055/

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Nick Saban was born on October 31st, 1951 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Saban

October 31st, 1951

10 + 31 +1+9+5+1 = 57 = his life lesson = A real heartbreaker.  Don’t cry for me.

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October 31st, 1951

October 31st

10 + 31 +2+0+1+2 = 46 = his personal year (from October 31st, 2012 to October 30th, 2013) = Making history.  It’s about time.

46 year + 12 (December) = 58 = his personal month (from December 31st, 2012 to January 30th, 2013) = Time out.  Half time.  Overtime.  Give me a break.

58 month + 7 (7th of the month on Monday January 7th, 2012) = 65 = his personal day = Worldly success.  On top of the world.  Making it big time (or, blowing it big time).

King of Pentacles Tarot card

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12:42p.m. EST            January 7, 2013

This championship game is different.

This championship game, the ghosts seem so alive, they might have their own tailgate party.

Notre Dame wins, and Knute Rockne nods approvingly. The Irish are back where he, and presumably the college football gods, always intended. And isn’t it about time?

Alabama wins, and Bear Bryant doffs a houndstooth hat in gratitude. He, too, once had a title bout with the Irish. He lost.

This championship game, the passion runs Marianas Trench deep.

Notre Dame had applications for 107,000 tickets from donors, and only 17,000 seats to sell. It’s not good when you must say no to someone who writes you checks.

Alabama football is a state treasure, as indigenous and eternal as the cotton fields. “It means the world to our fans,” linebacker Nico Johnson was saying. “We could go to Alaska and play a football game, and they’d be there.”

This championship game, history is not just for the codgers, to rehash over coffee. For the average 20-year-old, last week is too long ago to remember and antiquity is anything pre-Twitter, but these teams feel the push of the past. They must realize the big picture, if only because of the uniforms they wear.

“We don’t play just for ourselves or the coaches. We play for all the Notre Dame players who came before us, and set the stage for us,” said Irish tight end Tyler Eifert.

“You live life to be remembered, and do great things so that you can leave a legacy here when you’re gone,” said Crimson Tide defensive lineman Damion Square.

This championship game, the teams realize they would need as much time to count those against them, as those for them. Notre Dame carries the whiff of endless privilege, sure to antagonize a large audience. An Alabama title would only exacerbate national SEC fatigue. “Let’s face it,” center Barrett Jones said, “people are probably getting tired of us.”

This championship game, the coaches are the doorstep of their own pantheons.

On Sunday, they talked of their youth, and the lessons learned about the value of hard work. Brian Kelly mentioned washing dishes to make spending money in college. Nick Saban remembered pumping gas and washing cars at his father’s service station, dreading the navy blue sedans that would so easily show streaks.

They are now renowned men together at center stage, and if they are alike in anything, it’s how they are following the path of giants.

Notre Dame wins Monday night , and Kelly — “The most fearless coach I have ever been around,” defensive coordinator Bob Diaco called him — can shake hands with Parseghian and Holtz and Leahy and the rest. There are Irish coaches, and there are Irish championship coaches, and only one of those groups gets to be immortal.

“The charge immediately,” Kelly said of his ascension to the Golden Dome, “was to play for championships.”

Alabama wins Monday night, and Saban — “There is no question he is driven to be the greatest coach in the game,” defensive coordinator Kirby Smart said — owns four rings, three with the Tide. He would have every right to be mentioned in the same reverential tones as Bryant, no matter how much he dismisses the very idea.

“Really, there’s no one I know that I would say should even be spoken of in the same sort of circumstance at all,” Saban said of Bryant. “It’s not really about me at all. It’s all about this team, this game, this year, and none of that other stuff really matters from my standpoint.”

But it does matter.

This championship game, the new age of hyperventilating spread-out offenses – Generation TD – is on holiday. These are teams who claim to cherish traditional ways and traditional means.

“They like to keep it old school around here,” running back Eddie Lacy said of Alabama.

“It’s a little bit old-fashioned in the sense that this is about the big fellows up front,” Kelly said of Monday night.

This championship game, there is not the slightest doubt as to the mission, the aura, the reality that Monday night carries a meaning far, far beyond Sun Life Stadium. One reason these teams are here is that two coaches were able to get two locker rooms of athletes to understand the responsibility that comes with their helmets, to dream of it and work for it and make it happen.

“People expect greatness of us,” Notre Dame receiver TJ Jones said.

“It can hurt you,” Johnson said of the mantle to carry at Alabama, “or it can make you.”

This championship game, the echoes will bellow through the future, because every football memory lives on at Alabama and Notre Dame football, and that counts triple for titles won, and lost.

“If you start thinking about legacies, you just get caught up in a body of work, and this game is just not about a body of work,” Jones said. “It’s about one game, one night, and two teams.

“Your entire legacy is based on how you finished.”

So finish it, already. This championship game, Alabama wins, with defense, title game savvy, and Saban. Tide 17-10.

from:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/columnist/lopresti/2013/01/06/bcs-championship-game-ghosts-notre-dame-alabama/1812055/

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Brian Kelly was born on October 25th, 1961 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Kelly_(American_football_coach)

October 25th, 1961

10 + 25 +1+9+6+1 = 52 = his life lesson = Keen.  Perceptive.  Astute.  Nobody’s fool.  Able to size up people and situations.  Critics.  Criticism.

Queen of Swords Tarot card

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October 25th, 1961

October 25th

10 + 25 +2+0+1+2 = 40 = his personal year (from October 25th, 2012 to October 24th, 2013) = Doing his part.  I could use some help here.

40 year + 12 (December) = 52 = his personal month (from December 25th, 2012 to January 24th, 2013) = Keen.  Perceptive.  Astute.  Nobody’s fool.  Able to size up people and situations.  Critics.  Criticism.

Queen of Swords Tarot card

[When his number (52 (his life lesson)) comes up, that’s when he gets to live/experience what he is here to live/experience.  So this is HIS month!!!]

 

52 month + 7 (7th of the month on Monday January 7th, 2012) = 59 = his personal day = Forcible swallowing of pride.

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OCTOBER 28, 2012             10:20 AM EST

Notre Dame passed its biggest test of the season Saturday night in Norman as Brian Kelly’s squad scored a decisive 30-13 win over Oklahoma to remain undefeated.

The Fighting Irish run defense held the Sooners to 15 yards on 24 carries, and Manti Te’o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception.

Notre Dame now sits at 8-0 with just four games remaining: home against Pittsburgh, at Boston College, home against Wake Forest and at USC. While crazy things happen every week in college football, it’s not a stretch to think that the Irish will enter the game against the Trojans unbeaten. And the way that ‘SC has played this season and the way the Irish played against a pass-happy Sooners squad, a 12-0 mark at the end of the regular season doesn’t look too far-fetched for ND.

Who would have predicted that in the preseason?

And a 12-0 mark, no matter if Oregon or Kansas State remains unbeaten, will get the Irish a date in Miami for the BCS title game. The computers already love the Irish, and the human pollsters will certainly now give more praise to Kelly’s squad after the win Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Alabama kept rolling this weekend with a 38-7 victory over previously unbeaten Mississippi State in Tuscaloosa. And while the Crimson Tide still have a road test at LSU and a hypothetical SEC title game remaining, it’s hard to see any team beating Nick Saban’s squad right now. The Tide can both run and pass efficiently, the defense is flat-out dominant and the special teams are solid.

If the BCS title game matches up the Irish and Tide, it would arguably be the most highly anticipated title game of the BCS era.

And if Oregon and Kansas State remain undefeated, it would be BCS armageddon because the Tide and Irish are likely to sit at Nos. 1 and 2 in the final BCS standings if they finish unbeaten.

from:  http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Stars-aligned-for-an-AlabamaNotre-Dame-title-game.html

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Everett Golson was born on January 2nd, 1993 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everett_Golson

January 2nd, 1993

January 2nd

1 + 2 +2+0+1+2 = 8 = his personal year (from January 2nd, 2012 to January 1st, 2013) = Discipline.  Status.  Prestige.

8 year + 10 (October) = 18 = his personal month (from October 2nd, 2012 to November 1st, 2012) = Surreal.

8 year + 11 (November) = 19 = his personal month (from November 2nd, 2012 to December 1st, 2012) = Front and center.  It’s his time to shine.  Proud of his hard earned success.

The Sun Tarot card

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OCTOBER 28, 2012             10:20 AM EST

Notre Dame passed its biggest test of the season Saturday night in Norman as Brian Kelly’s squad scored a decisive 30-13 win over Oklahoma to remain undefeated.

The Fighting Irish run defense held the Sooners to 15 yards on 24 carries, and Manti Te’o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception.

Notre Dame now sits at 8-0 with just four games remaining: home against Pittsburgh, at Boston College, home against Wake Forest and at USC. While crazy things happen every week in college football, it’s not a stretch to think that the Irish will enter the game against the Trojans unbeaten. And the way that ‘SC has played this season and the way the Irish played against a pass-happy Sooners squad, a 12-0 mark at the end of the regular season doesn’t look too far-fetched for ND.

Who would have predicted that in the preseason?

And a 12-0 mark, no matter if Oregon or Kansas State remains unbeaten, will get the Irish a date in Miami for the BCS title game. The computers already love the Irish, and the human pollsters will certainly now give more praise to Kelly’s squad after the win Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Alabama kept rolling this weekend with a 38-7 victory over previously unbeaten Mississippi State in Tuscaloosa. And while the Crimson Tide still have a road test at LSU and a hypothetical SEC title game remaining, it’s hard to see any team beating Nick Saban’s squad right now. The Tide can both run and pass efficiently, the defense is flat-out dominant and the special teams are solid.

If the BCS title game matches up the Irish and Tide, it would arguably be the most highly anticipated title game of the BCS era.

And if Oregon and Kansas State remain undefeated, it would be BCS armageddon because the Tide and Irish are likely to sit at Nos. 1 and 2 in the final BCS standings if they finish unbeaten.

from:  http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Stars-aligned-for-an-AlabamaNotre-Dame-title-game.html

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Tommy Rees was born on May 22nd, 1992 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Rees_(quarterback)

May 22nd, 1992

May 22nd

5 + 22 +2+0+1+2 = 32 = his personal year (from May 22nd, 2012 to May 21st, 2013) = Winning.  Victory.  Championship.

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http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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http://numerologybasics.com/

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OCTOBER 28, 2012             10:20 AM EST

Notre Dame passed its biggest test of the season Saturday night in Norman as Brian Kelly’s squad scored a decisive 30-13 win over Oklahoma to remain undefeated.

The Fighting Irish run defense held the Sooners to 15 yards on 24 carries, and Manti Te’o bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a late interception.

Notre Dame now sits at 8-0 with just four games remaining: home against Pittsburgh, at Boston College, home against Wake Forest and at USC. While crazy things happen every week in college football, it’s not a stretch to think that the Irish will enter the game against the Trojans unbeaten. And the way that ‘SC has played this season and the way the Irish played against a pass-happy Sooners squad, a 12-0 mark at the end of the regular season doesn’t look too far-fetched for ND.

Who would have predicted that in the preseason?

And a 12-0 mark, no matter if Oregon or Kansas State remains unbeaten, will get the Irish a date in Miami for the BCS title game. The computers already love the Irish, and the human pollsters will certainly now give more praise to Kelly’s squad after the win Saturday night.

Meanwhile, Alabama kept rolling this weekend with a 38-7 victory over previously unbeaten Mississippi State in Tuscaloosa. And while the Crimson Tide still have a road test at LSU and a hypothetical SEC title game remaining, it’s hard to see any team beating Nick Saban’s squad right now. The Tide can both run and pass efficiently, the defense is flat-out dominant and the special teams are solid.

If the BCS title game matches up the Irish and Tide, it would arguably be the most highly anticipated title game of the BCS era.

And if Oregon and Kansas State remain undefeated, it would be BCS armageddon because the Tide and Irish are likely to sit at Nos. 1 and 2 in the final BCS standings if they finish unbeaten.

from:  http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/Stars-aligned-for-an-AlabamaNotre-Dame-title-game.html

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Manti Te’o was born on January 26th, 1991 according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manti_Te%27o

January 26th, 1991

1 + 26 +1+9+9+1 = 47 = his life lesson = Famous.  Internationally known.  Hall of Fame.

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January 26th, 1991

January 26th

1 + 26 +2+0+1+2 = 32 = his personal year (from January 26th, 2012 to January 25th, 2013) = Winning the Heisman trophy.

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http://predictionsyear2012.com/

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http://numerologybasics.com/

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https://www.createspace.com/3411561

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