Watch Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly Turn Purple

I’m no fan of Notre Dame’s head coach Brian Kelly. I thought he should have been fired last year over the death of the team’s videographer, and after last night’s loss against the unranked University of South Florida, I think the trustees of the university should fire him this morning. Not because of the loss, but because of the way he treated his players. This is really uncalled for:

And this wasn’t an isolated incident — he was like this the entire game.

Ironically, Skip Holtz — son of former Notre Dame coach Lou Holtz — was skippering the USF squad. I wonder how long until the ND faithful call for a return of the House of Holtz?

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