All voting closes on Tuesday, March 26 at 5:00pm EDT.
My left arm is numb. Go Irish.
— bobby (@bobby) October 13, 2012
The pain, the agony — a convincing First Round victory. Then again, this tweet comes from the mind of a genius that did this to Taco Bell. I’m not surprised in the least.
— Taylor Dever (@TDever75) November 3, 2012
It was the only former Notre Dame player tweet in the contest and it’s still very much alive (despite the apparent heart attacks).
No need for Notre Dame's players to panic. The entire fanbase has that covered.
— Keith Arnold (@KeithArnold) November 3, 2012
No need to panic with this tweet. Keith Arnold’s accurate description of the ND fanbase made easy work of his opponent.
This is happening pic.twitter.com/xif0BMxX
— tricerapops (@tricerapops) November 3, 2012
Prayers were indeed answered for this tweet not just during the Pitt game, but also in the first round. Time to see if prayer can defeat panic.
This is Mrs Tax …Tax is in full cardiac arrest currently
— OG Tax (@taxbastard) November 3, 2012
Poor taxastard — he nearly died twice. Once during the Pitt game and once during the first round. His first round matchup resulted in a tie and was saved from a major upset via coin toss.
It didn’t matter how much time was left in the first round poll, this tweet’s victory was never in doubt as Oak cruised easily past The Solid Verbal’s Ty Hildenbrant.
Wife just administered CPR. Told me we won. #Ineedadrink
— Mike (@KyNDfan) October 13, 2012
I doubt the combination of CPR and booze was needed after this tweet made its upset look easy. Well, perhaps there was still booze in celebration.
Please God. I don't want a group of kids seeing me breakdown and cry #NDFB
— tricerapops (@tricerapops) September 8, 2012
BATTLE OF THE UPSETS! I appears most of our voters were indeed thinking about the children.