Aug 31, 2013; South Bend, IN, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly coaching on the sidelines against the Temple Owls at Notre Dame Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN analyst Mark May continues to make himself look awful

Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly gave his thoughts on the rivalry between the Irish and the Michigan Wolverines, which could see its end for quite some time on Saturday night.

To him, he doesn’t see it as a big rivalry that places like ESPN try to make people believe so they get more ratings on their network.

“I really haven’t seen it as one of those historic, traditional Notre Dame rivalries,” Kelly said on a conference call, according to the Chicago Tribune. “I’ve seen it as just one of those great football games that Notre Dame has played.

Of course, earlier on Monday ESPN analyst Lou Holtz gives a rant about Kelly needing to look at the history books. What’s even more barbaric is what Mark May said during the halftime show of the Florida State-Pittsburgh game on Monday night.

According to Sandlapper Spike (what a name), a sports blogger for the Citadel who was later retweeted by multiple sports personalities, May said that he grew up watching the Notre Dame-Michigan rivalry.

One problem with that…

That means that May considers that he was still growing up when he was either 19 or 20 years old.

On second thought, maybe he still is. He still acts like an immature baby on Twitter ripping Johnny Manziel and trolling Ohio State Buckeye fans.

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