Notre Dame Kidnaps Midget; Forces Him To Dress Like A Leprechaun
The luck of the Irish is know all over the world, and The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame know all about how luck can impact a sport. Throughout the years Notre Dame has had its ups and downs in the sport world, but this upcoming football season will be one to watch with quarterback Everett Golson returning after being suspended from the school in which was called “a poor academic mistake”.
With the freshman Golson at quarterback, the Irish completed the regular season undefeated, putting the in the number one spot. Things were looking very good for the Irish until facing Alabama in the National Championship, where they got blown out.
With Golson returning and a very hungry Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly is going to do everything in his power to make another appearance at the big game in college football. Being an Irish coach, Kelly had a bright idea of having a real life Leprechaun added to the roster, to improve their chances, and luck of having a great season.
“We know how hard Leprechauns can be to come across, so we hired special agents to go over to Ireland, and do what ever it took to bring us back a new team charm” said Coach Kelly
It didn’t take long for the special agents to come back with the lucky charm, and Coach Kelly couldn’t be more enthused. He truly feels this will be the deal maker for their season.
“Listen, we didn’t go to Ireland at all, we just stole a red haired midget off the street, and put a green suit on him. Coach Kelly is happy, we got paid, and as long as this little dude keeps his mouth shut everything will be just fine” said the special agent, who wanted his name left private.