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Jimmy Clausen

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For those of you with ESPN Classic, they're showing a 2009 match up of Notre Dame vs Stanford right now. If you have only seen highlights of Clausen, now's your chance to see how he looked in a game.

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ESPN Classic is no longer offered on my plan for some bullshit reason. No more billiards, Stump the Schwab, nondescript 1950's boxing, Indy 500's or Jimmy Clausen for me.

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I loved the old football videos they would show with the twin comedians. reminded me of a sports version of mystery science theatre.

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Tuning in now.....:yikes:

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This is the game where Toby Gehrhart looks like one of the best powerful runners Ive ever seen, though ND defense was known for being weak and was definitely the reason the Irish never won more games. Living in Indiana Ive watched Clausen for years and I cant stand people comparing him to Brady Quinn...hes is just soo much better than Quinn

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That white guy from Stanford is pretty good if he was black he might be a 1st round pick someday.

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That white guy from Stanford is pretty good if he was black he might be a 1st round pick someday.

Racist in the house.

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