The Top Six Moments of the Post-Tyrone Willingham Era

Posted by Dan Scofield on August-11-2009 Add Comments
Rewind to the year 2004, when Tyrone Willingham walked the sidelines of Notre Dame Stadium. The Irish finished 6-5 that year and were intent with being average. Fast foward to the present time August 2009, as Charlie Weis and his team prepare for a season with a roster loaded with talent, experience, and depth. What would have happened if Willingham had been given a longer leash or more time to fix the program? How big of a crisis would we still be in if it weren't for the hiring of Charlie Weis after the 2004 season? If it weren't for the decision made on November 30th, 2004, we would be in a major dilemma in the year 2009. A BCS bowl would not in the picture, and our talent level would not be among the elite of college football. T...

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