Irish must adapt to new world
College football has changed drastically over the last several years, leaving Notre Dame far behind.
We now know the problem wasn't Lou Holtz, Bob Davie or Tyrone Willingham. The problem is the school. College football has left Notre Dame behind, and its Board of Trustees fails to realize that.
College football has changed over the last several years, adding the BCS in 1998, improving television packages and shaking up conference alignments. Notre Dame has failed to act. As a result, many other programs like Oklahoma, Florida, Tennessee, and Florida State have passed Notre Dame by.
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