He's been there three years and though I won't argue ND recruits for itself. Is it recruiting the quality of talent to stay on the field with the elite? Because what I saw Monday night leads me to believe they have a LOOOOOOOOONG ways to go. I mean, that game reminded me of the Capital One Bowl against Michigan St. The difference in athletic talent was so obvious it was boarder line embarrassing they even charged people admission to watch that. That's what it looked like Monday night.
Monti Teo was supposed to be one of the best linebackers to come out in a long time. He was overwhelmed by the speed and power of Alabama's offense. It was like that all across the field on both sides of the ball. I think Notre Dame has a longer haul than many think.