Unfortunately, this is the message that Swann's decision sends. Sad day.
Those two turnovers REALLY hurt now.
Let's hope the agony of enduring 24 unanswered points and another second-half shut out will be enough to clean house with the coaching staff and...
Letting the QB get away sealed the game for them there.
GAME. SET. MATCH.
Imagine where we'd be now without all of the first half TOs. DAMN!
YES, we put it out in the universe. Maybe that's a turning point!
Why does that overload play work EVERY time? Have they learned nothing?
Well, good luck with that!
I don't suppose it's possible that ND could EVER turn the ball over? I mean, can we catch a break?
Well, folks. If ND scores here, it's all over.
Third and 1. Let's see how they manage to f*ck this up.
Another HUGE penalty that will kill this drive -- YET AGAIN.
I have to admit it is surprising that it's THIS close at this point.
They lull you into a false sense of hope and then snatch it from you at the worst possible moment.
Now up to 17 unanswered points. And on the verge of a scoreless SC third quarter. Sadly familiar.
You can't be any wider open than that.
Harris is having a really tough game.
Another sad punt.
Wasted time out when we're behind in the second half. Great.