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08:23 AM ET 03.26 | Over the weekend, Notre Dame added some size and some sizzle to its 2013 commitments. A day after landing two big-time offensive linemen, the Irish added to that haul with the commitment of [6-9, 280-pound] Philadelphia offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey. Later Sunday, third-year coach Brian Kelly got a commitment from quarterback Malik Zaire of Kettering, Ohio. ... As important as it is to add quality and quantity along the front line -- and the Irish appeared to do both -- the addition of the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Zaire provided the most sizzle. The junior from Archbishop Alter High School also holds offers from a big list of schools, including Alabama, Nebraska, Ohio State and Pitt.

South Bend Tribune

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March 26, 2012  08:58 AM ET
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Is there any recruit in America that doesn't want to attend Notre Dame?

FIFY

March 26, 2012  08:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Is there any recruit in America that doesn't want an offer from Notre Dame?

FIFY

March 26, 2012  08:59 AM ET

Frickin FN!

March 26, 2012  09:15 AM ET
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Is there any recruit in America that doesn't have an Alabama offer?

Coach Parcells: "If you're a recruit you should be interested in Alabama. They are at the top and no one does it better."

Is it our fault so many recruits have interest in us?

March 26, 2012  09:20 AM ET
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Coach Parcells: "If you're a recruit you should be interested in Alabama. They are at the top and no one does it better."Is it our fault so many recruits have interest in us?

Are you a Bama bagman? Then yes. ;)

Saban has a well oiled machine especially for OL, RB, and any defensive position... Plenty of NFL draft picks to attract the recruits and a bunch of academic AAs to make the recruits' moms happy.

March 26, 2012  09:28 AM ET
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Are you a Bama bagman? Then yes. ;)Saban has a well oiled machine especially for OL, RB, and any defensive position... Plenty of NFL draft picks to attract the recruits and a bunch of academic AAs to make the recruits' moms happy.

Cause I'm the bagman yessss I'm the bagmannnnn and I have a bag of cash for no one but youu.........


(Sung to the tune of Taxman, by the Beatles, lyrics and lead vocals by George Harrison).

March 26, 2012  09:29 AM ET

6-1 190? Dude must be faster than a cheeta.

March 26, 2012  09:40 AM ET
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Is there any recruit in America that doesn't have an Alabama offer?

Money talks.

March 26, 2012  09:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Money talks.

...and BS walks.

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March 26, 2012  10:18 AM ET
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World has gone bananas, money is talking now--and stuff is walking now. Let's just hope it doesn't learn to run, oops, it already has.............

Mother Nature is a MAD SCIENTIST, Jerry.

March 26, 2012  10:19 AM ET
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Cause I'm the bagman yessss I'm the bagmannnnn and I have a bag of cash for no one but youu.........(Sung to the tune of Taxman, by the Beatles, lyrics and lead vocals by George Harrison).

Very appropriate choice of song at this time of year JK. May George R.I.P. (along with my hopes for a resurgent ND season I fear)...

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March 26, 2012  10:53 AM ET
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Very appropriate choice of song at this time of year JK. May George R.I.P. (along with my hopes for a resurgent ND season I fear)...

His songs, if a person was to go back and listen to them critically while comparing them to John or Paul's - his songs were really the best on a consistent basis. He didn't have the blockbusters like Let it Be, Hey Jude, or Imagine, but I like his songs from top to bottom better than any of the others, with or after the Beatles.

They did a documentary on Concert for Bangladesh after he died, I believe. I watched it and came away with a dislike of Eric Clapton. All Eric talked about was "I was drunk and messed up and had agreed to attend, but then I missed my plane. Anyway, I got there and had the wrong guitar, but I pulled it off anyway."

It was supposed to be about Bangladesh and the documentary was about George and how he pulled it together, you arrogant ****-.(That last at Clapton).

March 26, 2012  10:58 AM ET
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Supposedly he is. Callin' him Pat White 2.0

Would be fun to watch. Hope he bulks up a bit and stays healthy then.

March 26, 2012  10:59 AM ET
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Supposedly he is. Callin' him Pat White 2.0

Would be fun to watch. Hope he bulks up a bit and stays healthy then.

March 26, 2012  11:01 AM ET
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His songs, if a person was to go back and listen to them critically while comparing them to John or Paul's - his songs were really the best on a consistent basis. He didn't have the blockbusters like Let it Be, Hey Jude, or Imagine, but I like his songs from top to bottom better than any of the others, with or after the Beatles.They did a documentary on Concert for Bangladesh after he died, I believe. I watched it and came away with a dislike of Eric Clapton. All Eric talked about was "I was drunk and messed up and had agreed to attend, but then I missed my plane. Anyway, I got there and had the wrong guitar, but I pulled it off anyway."It was supposed to be about Bangladesh and the documentary was about George and how he pulled it together, you arrogant ****-.(That last at Clapton).

Any GH fan should also catch the HBO mini-series. Good stuff.

He was my fav, too

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March 26, 2012  11:11 AM ET
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His songs, if a person was to go back and listen to them critically while comparing them to John or Paul's - his songs were really the best on a consistent basis. He didn't have the blockbusters like Let it Be, Hey Jude, or Imagine, but I like his songs from top to bottom better than any of the others, with or after the Beatles.They did a documentary on Concert for Bangladesh after he died, I believe. I watched it and came away with a dislike of Eric Clapton. All Eric talked about was "I was drunk and messed up and had agreed to attend, but then I missed my plane. Anyway, I got there and had the wrong guitar, but I pulled it off anyway."It was supposed to be about Bangladesh and the documentary was about George and how he pulled it together, you arrogant ****-.(That last at Clapton).

Any GH fan should also catch the HBO mini-series. Good stuff.

He was my fav, too

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