UPDATE: The CHICAGO TRIBUNE has updated its story by reporting it got the entire thing wrong.
The CHICAGO TRIBUNE has news that will extinguish any talk of Jimmy ClausenCharlie Weis. coming back for his senior season at Notre Dame, with or without
Century 21 real estate agent Kathye Currey reports to the CHICAGO TRIBUNE that Clausen’s home in South Bend has been sold: “It has an accepted offer on it right now. It was for sale, it listed on the middle of July of this year. And it just went pending last week. Pending (means) the sellers have accepted an offer on it. It’s sold. It just has not closed with the title company yet.”
Jim Clausen, Sr., the owner of the home, which is “steps from the Notre Dame campus”, could not be reached for comment.
You’ll be happy to know that we also have a photo of Clausen from practice yesterday, in which he hides his black eye with a tinted visor.
No idea South Bend Police let tinting that dark go.
UPDATE: ND Athletic director Jack Swarbrick finally comments on Jimmy Clausen getting “coldcocked”: “He was not engaged in a fight. He didn’t throw any punches. He didn’t directly engage the individual. He just got coldcocked by somebody, and we’re very disturbed by that.”
Swarbrick also said Clausen was “sucker punched.”