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During halftime of last night’s Pitt vs. Florida State game, Mark May talked about how big the Michigan/Notre Dame rivalry is. Those games were apparently one of May’s fondest childhood memories. However, May says he watched Notre Dame-Michigan growing up. May was born in 1959. ND and UM did not play between 1943 and 1978. Whoops...

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Mark May is an idiot. hth
Reply39 months
Wow, who who even think to look that up and call bull shite. Get a life whoever looked that up

BTW, that means the game started when he was 19

Maybe he considered him self a child at 19
Reply39 months
This is earth shattering news........
Reply39 months
It just took him a long time to grow up. (LOL) In all fairness I would have sworn I saw the damn game growing up too but apparently not.
Reply39 months
From Deadspin:
You were a sophomore offensive lineman for the Pitt Panthers, where presumably you weren't watching because you were on the field playing against Temple. You were playing against Kansas during the Notre Dame-Michigan game the next two years, so we're pretty sure the first time you ever watched Notre Dame play Michigan it was the day before you played in St. Louis against the Cardinals as a member of the Washington Redskins.

In other words, he was lying.
Reply39 months
He was 18-19, isn't that still considered growing up? I feel like at 21 is being classified adult, although technically it's 18 by law
Reply39 months
He should immediately be hired by Hillary Clinton's campaign staff.
Reply39 months
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