Sullivan Surprised

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Weis takes a look at the season

Also in the news. Charlie pissing the press off. Gotta love it.

One of these days, we'll wake up in a world where we can again focus on the important things -- families, houses, jobs -- and stop worrying about the frustrating national nightmare that is the Notre Dame quarterback quandary. That day, my friends, will be Camelot.

In the meantime, it looks like we're left trying to pry information out of Charlie Weis. And, at this rate, not even God would venture a guess if Weis is leaning more toward Demetrius Jones, Evan Sharpley or Jimmy Clausen.

But, really, is there anything wrong with that? Though as fans we are inherently curious, Weis, the coach, is not obligated to divulge any information he doesn't want us knowing. Somewhere, that got lost in translation.

There is no debate that Weis has been difficult and defiant toward the media throughout this offseason, but as the commander-in-chief of Notre Dame football, he has the prerogative to keep things hush-hush if he sees fit. And the reality of the situation is that you'll either love the Irish or hate them regardless of who lines up under center.

So, perhaps the popular question should not be "who's playing QB?" but rather, "who cares?"

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In order to find his equal, an Irishman is *forced* to talk to God.

In order to find his equal, an Irishman is *forced* to talk to God.