Photo: Taylor Swift Spotted At Notre Dame Game

Country music star Taylor Swift was photographed today on the sideline of the Notre Dame-Purdue college football game outside of Chicago in South Bend, Indiana.

Taylor Swift at Notre Dame Football Game Photo

I’ve been told by a source at Notre Dame that Swift was visiting her brother Austin, who is a freshman at the school. Swift was also joined by her mother Andrea.

Not exactly a shock that Swift could get a sideline pass to a Notre Dame football game for herself, her little brother and her mom - especially considering that Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly admitted last week, unsolicited, that he has some of Swift’s music on his iPod.
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SbB@3: A Brief Lecture On The Day’s Headlines

Welcome to our new weekly feature, Fireside Chats with FauxPa. As you can see, FauxPa bears a striking resemblance to a certain college football coach from a team with the word “State” in their name. We assure you that this is all completely coincidental.

Fireside with FauxPa - SbB@3 Exclusive Weekly Feature!

Oh, hello. I didn’t see you there, on account of my eyeglasses have not been changed in the last 40 years. I don’t know what’s up and what’s down anymore. I tell ya. Secretary! Secretary, if you’re there, and don’t bother saying yes or no because you know I can’t hear a damned thing. I can sense vibrations, like an animal on the prairie. That’s about it.

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Speed Read: Bills Blunder, Let Brady Off The Hook

You know the Bills have had a rough history when they can completely blow a game like they did last night, and you can think of like five worse that have happened to them over the years off the top of your head. Buffalo used a poorly-timed fumble on a kickoff that never should’ve been returned to come from ahead and lose to the Patriots, 25-24, in both teams’ season opener.

Tom Brady and Jim Kelly

(These guys have three Super Bowl rings between them)

It wasn’t a completely devastating loss for the Bills (they were, of course, supposed to lose). It’s not like Vincent Gallo’s going to make a movie about it or anything. But at this rate, the people of upstate New York are just going to start hoping the team moves to Toronto so they don’t have to be so miserable all the time. They also should be happy to know that Brady told his New England teammates that he “knew” the Bills would let them back into the game late.

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