On Saturday morning I watched the Liverpool-Reading match on the Fox Soccer Channel, and Liverpool won, 2-0, at Anfield. Dirk Kuyt scored both goals for the Mighty Reds, in the 14th and 73rd minutes. Liverpool continues to move up the Premiership table, and they are red-hot now, including the European Champions League win over Bordeaux, 3-0, during the week.
It maybe too late to catch Manchester United or Chelsea for the domestic title, but Liverpool are still very much alive for another European title. They have also not been defeated at Anfield since October 2005. (Now that's homefield dominance!)
And as expected, Notre Dame won at South Bend, 45-26, over North Carolina, although they did not cover the 28-point spread. No big deal, as the showdown later this month with USC still looms large on the horizon. It was another big day for Brady Quinn, as he threw 3 TDs in the win.
(For some odd reason, the post I originally wrote on Saturday afternoon simply disappeared from my web site, and I don't have the foggiest notion as to why. Blogger's been doing some truly bizarre things the past couple of weekends. If anyone has seen it please let me know.)