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Notre Dame And Syracuse Are Definitely Playing In A Stadium With Crooked Goalposts

Notre Dame is playing Syracuse at the Giants’ stadium in New Jersey today, because lolNYC. It seems the NFL facility isn’t well set-up for college football, though, as the above screencap shows, and as reader Matthew shows with this photo taken onsite: Read more...
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