• Expecting touchdowns-Just one drive. One nice, lengthy, time-consuming drive. That's all it would take to break the ice for an Irish offense that hasn't sniffed the end zone in 14 quarters, dating back to the first half of the Sugar Bowl.
"I think that would break the ice," smiled Irish offensive tackle Sam Young. "I wouldn't mind being in that end zone celebrating. It's been a little while.
"With the way things are going, I know we're going to get in there this weekend, and being able to break the ice will give us a lot of momentum and get that monkey off our backs."
The monkey has become a gorilla.
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