This week saw the meeting of two of college footballs most storied programs, on the rare occasion that both teams were 0-2.
Notre Dame took on Michigan. And, despite ND's crushing defeat, this week's CNQBW is the Fighting Irish's Demetrius Jones.
Jones had no statistics.
In fact, Jones is no longer on the team. Nonetheless, he garners this week's honor based on his decision to transfer away from ND.
After watching Charlie Weis conduct two mostly successful campaigns with rosters laden with holdovers from the Ty Willingham era, Jones understood that any success the Irish had encountered during those seasons was due to the groundwork laid by the forthright, honest and hardworking Negro head coach Willingham.
Now, with the bulk of Willingham's player gone, Weis is left exposed for the genius he is not. A paper tiger. A coach who was handed his unearned contract extension based on the talent brought in and developed by the very man that was unceremoniously run out of South Bend to make room for Weis' expansive hips and rotund belly.
Notre Dame is supposedly a school steeped in and based in tradition. Wake the echos. Win one for the Gipper. Touchdown Jesus. The Golden Dome. Legends abound.
But, for a school that seems to live in past, they certainly have a poor memory.
Wake up that echo, Coach Weis.
Two teams with Negro QB's destroy Michigan, but the 'genius' Weis essentially shows his Negro QB the quickest route off the plantation.
Runner up this week was Andre' Woodson of Kentucky.
Woodson threw for 275 yards, 4TD's and 0 INT's in leading the Wildcats to victory against over hyped and over rated Louisville.
More importantly, Woodson completely out shined and outperformed the supposed shoe in for 'first QB taken' in the 2008 draft, the over hyped and over rated Brian Brohm.