* We don't want to say Michigan's domination in South Bend was complete, but SiC sends us this fantastic picture from Michigan Against the World of the new look on the Notre Dame campus...
* Chris at Dangerous Logic has put together a bunch of YouTube clips featuring game highlights.
* Brian in KY sends us this link to a great slide show of the game set to some cool music.
* Never thought I'd be saying this, but props again to Tony Gerdeman over at the Ozone for another excellent post-game analysis. Very fair considering its written from behind enemy lines. (HT: LM)
* Jim Carty at the Ann Arbor News wrote a great piece on Lloyd Carr.
* One of the ND sites is "complaining" about "coaches on the field" (pic here). Since we don't have context for this, we don't know the circumstances. Furthermore, the guy on the bottom isn't a coach. I'm 90% sure that's a TV official who signals to the refs when the commercials are over. (HT: DW)
* Brian, the man behind MGoBlog and the Michigan Fanhouse site at AOL found this "classy" picture of an ND fan "saluting" Steve Breaston.
* Taking a page from the OU president's playbook, Phat Phree sports is reporting that, after further review, Notre Dame actually won the game Saturday. According to Adam Salmon's very funny article:
"Following review of Saturday’s Michigan-Notre Dame, the NCAA has found irrefutable evidence that the call on the field was incorrect and that, rather than losing to Michigan by a score of 47-21, Notre Dame had actually won the matchup 64-20. This review process was initiated by concerns from both Notre Dame coach Charlie Weis and NBC Sports, who both believed that a number of the calls made by the officials during the game were incorrect. After the calls from the game had been reversed, the BCS called an emergency meeting and awarded the 2006 National Championship to the University of Notre Dame, heretofore unprecedented after only the third game of the season." (HT: Kyle)
* AP writer Larry Page said Michigan made a statement last weekend in his article. Regarding the game this week against the Badgers, he says, "The Wolverines don't fear an emotional letdown after beating Notre Dame because Wisconsin knocked them off last year and they expect to get a boost from about 110,000 fans."
You know who I'm talking about there.
* EDSBS has nice things to say about Lloyd in their A-to-Z weekend recap (under "L", naturally).
* Finally, yes we know we're acting like 12 year olds for laughing at the picture below but, well, if you read the site, you know that's the norm around here. We just hope that's his thumb.