"Notre Dame will miss me not being on all those magazine covers," Brady Quinn said soon after the 2007 NFL draft.
"They won't win another football game."
Notre Dame sets a record for futility
For the first time in the school's 119 years of football, the Irish are 0-4 after a 31-14 loss to Michigan State.
From the Associated Press
5:10 PM PDT, September 22, 2007
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Notre Dame hit new depths today, becoming the first team in the school's 119-season history to lose its first four games.
Brian Hoyer threw four touchdown passes and Javon Ringer rushed for 144 yards to lead Michigan State to a 31-14 victory.
The Irish have now lost six in a row, the second longest losing streak in school history, and allowed at least 30 points in each game.
Michigan State (4-0) became the first opponent to win six in a row at Notre Dame Stadium, and got some revenge for last year's stunning Fighting Irish comeback in East Lansing.