Does anyone out there believe in the magic of Notre Dame football?

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Charlie Weis and Notre Dame travel to Los Angeles tonight to take on USC in a game that most people think won’t be much of a game.

Neil Hayes writes that a win today would rank as one of the greatest upsets in the rivalry’s history and an uninspired blowout could cost Weis his job.

Irish wide receiver Golden Tate

also dons his Captain Obvious cape, saying not many people outside of the

Notre Dame locker room think his team has a chance.

So, does anyone out there think Notre Dame will shock the world and take down the mighty Trojans? Or will USC run all over them?

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