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Keeping the faith

Sister Barbara Anne did not make it to Boston to see the Irish or BC's Mark Herzlich but watched every minute on TV. Here's her latest pigskin prognistication. There is a trend. She is 2-3, the Irish are 2-3. "OK. I am counting on Coach Kelly to have instilled some of that mental toughness he keeps talking about!!! So once again I pick ND to win. ND - 27 Pitt - 21. Go Irish!

Keeping the faith

Sister Barbara Anne did not make it to Boston to see the Irish or BC's Mark Herzlich but watched every minute on TV.

Here's her latest pigskin prognistication. There is a trend. She is 2-3, the Irish are 2-3.
"OK.  I am counting on Coach Kelly to have instilled some of that mental toughness he keeps talking about!!!  So once again I pick ND to win.  ND - 27  Pitt -  21.  Go Irish!
 
 
 
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John Quinn, 57, is sports editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer and is a third generation member of the Subway Alumni.

His grandfather used to listen to the radio and yell out to his son playing on the hardscrabble streets of Corona, Queens: “Bill Shakespeare just threw another touchdown pass!”
His father used to listen to the transistor radio and yell out to his son playing for Stony Brook on Long Island: “Joe Montana just threw another touchdown pass!”
He listens to the radio and yells out to his son watching Phineas and Ferb on a 46-inch HDTV: “Dayne Crist just threw another touchdown pass!” Meanwhile, Jack, 9, will not be a fourth generation member of the Subway Alumni. Reach John at jquinn@phillynews.com.

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