How to beat Alabama: Take a look at Alabama’s win over Notre Dame

Notre Dame has been one of the more intriguing teams in college football this season, and it’s hard to see how it could get any worse this weekend.

After getting blown out by Alabama and then taking a brutal blow to LSU, Notre Dame was up 11-0 in the second half of the season.

It beat No. 2 Florida, No. 3 LSU, No of the SEC West teams, and No. 4 Alabama by a combined score of 45-28.

In a game that seemed like it was on the verge of being a close one, the Irish went on a 17-0 run to take the lead in the third quarter, and then pulled away from the rest of the conference.

Notre Dame scored touchdowns on its next three possessions, a drive that ended with a punt return that gave it a 14-0 lead and a touchdown on a run by running back David Wilson, a player that has had a breakout season in his first year in the league.

The Irish then converted a three-and-out with two minutes left in the game, and on the ensuing possession, Wilson made an impressive diving catch on a pass that was then returned for a touchdown.

This was a big play for Notre Dame because it showed a team that has been struggling for points and yards this year that they are capable of scoring touchdowns.

But even more importantly, it showed that even if they were not scoring points, Notre Dames defense was able to make plays that should have been sacks.

Notre Dame had five total players credited with tackles on the play, and three of those players also had at least two tackles.

One of the big reasons that the Irish struggled to score points this year was that their defense was not playing very well, which could be blamed on their offensive line.

However, if the Irish had been able to stop the run and take the ball out of their offense’s hands, that would have been the biggest problem.

The only way the defense would have stopped the run was if the offense could run the ball.

The offense had struggled to get anything going, and the Irish were unable to do that.

However as it turned out, Notre Dou had plenty of weapons that could help them with that problem.

Quarterback David Wilson had five completions of 20-plus yards in the first half alone, and he completed five of those.

The first was a pass to receiver Marcus Johnson, who had eight catches for 102 yards.

Then, the second was a touchdown to running back Tyler Dorsey, who rushed for a career-high 104 yards.

Johnson then had another touchdown pass to Johnson, which put the Irish on top at 13-0.

The last score came from Notre Dame’s only touchdown pass of the night, a 25-yarder to tight end Zach Hocker.

The pass came on a three play, seven-yard run by the Irish offense.

Hocker had a big night in the passing game with two touchdowns, and also caught two passes for 25 yards.

The Notre Dame offense was able with so many weapons, and with so little time to prepare, Notre Deamis defense was still able to hold onto the lead and take control of the game.

Notre Deams defense allowed just five points in the fourth quarter, including four sacks and two interceptions.

With Notre Dame now on the outside looking in in the national title race, it’s clear that the offense has been taking care of business in the past few weeks.

If Notre Dame can get its offense going, it will have a lot of trouble defending a team like Alabama, but if it can’t do so, the offense will have to do the heavy lifting.