*Notre Dame* - On Vacation

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  1. Red Rover

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    Little Shrews is fucking en fuego
     
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  2. NilesIrish

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    He looked like such dogshit early in the year, awesome that he is finding it. I had worries Shrews was going to fuck up and overplay a shitty kid for 4 years.
     
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  3. Red Rover

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    His turnaround is insane

    7/11 today from 3. He’s shooting 50%+ from 3 since the new year
     
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    Seems silly to say, but I am really happy they're getting to the 10 win total vs. 9 wins

    This was probably one of two games remaining this year they will be competitive in
     
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  5. Red Rover

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    If Shrews can land an experienced post scorer and another PG in the portal this team will be tough next year
     
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    they need about a 8 pt swing to be a fringe bubble team - 9.5 probably gets them in

    Considering they will return everyone it feels absolutely possible

    I weirdly think Shrews is gonna avoid the portal but we will see
     
  7. Red Rover

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    It’s coaching malpractice if he avoids the portal

    There’s just no way. He has to improve the team
     
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  9. laxjoe

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    This is great. Until they replace him with the student intern working on his degree in FTT next year
     
  10. DetroitIrish3

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    CAN HE GO?!? YES HE CAN!
     
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    Dan Hicks is corny as shit too
     
  12. AbeFroman

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    We got rid of Parker, Collinsworth, and Stuckey. Productive off-season.
     
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  13. repoocs

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    This is good news, but if we had a Jesus/Barabas choice here, I'd rather cut Garrett. But, it's better than no change.

    Boy, wouldn't both be awesome?
     
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  14. Killy Me Please

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    What nepo baby takes his place. Montana's failsons?
     
  15. CTownND

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    I loved intro to FTT so much my freshman year that I added an FTT double major because you only needed 10 total classes. I got really into WNDU stuff and had a couple radio shows and called some basketball games.

    Random story, but we played Pitt my junior year. My partner no-showed, I had a “film lab” (our fancy FTT term for watching a movie) until 6:30 so had to sprint to JACC with no prep, I forgot to grab a program before the start of the broadcast, and WiFi and cell service were down in the booth. I had no clue what I was doing, non stop game of “and #12 for Pitt tosses it to #33, who puts it in - that’s a number of points right now for #33 and #12 is getting closer to his season assist total of some amount on that one.” Good thing like 20 people were listening as it was just an hour of pure embarrassment for me until I got the program
     
  16. Beeds07

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    PAC 12 Network had some good ones.
     
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  17. repoocs

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    The guys who did the Stanford game did a nice job.
     
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    Had the same thought
     
  19. laxjoe

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    ND grad right?
     
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  20. repoocs

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    Actually, yes. They mentioned that during the game. Good call.

    Unfortunately none of the networks give a crap anymore about who is actually good at the job. They want names and shtick.
     
  21. Rise

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    Idk I am either watching on mute by myself because they all annoy me or with a group bc we are going to win by 50 and then I don’t care what they say.
     
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    Hot take: I feel bad for Jac. I'm not setting up a go fund me or anything, and I'm glad he's out, but he was put in a very tough position and no one was ever behind him. They should have left him in a studio/sideline role (which even that was too early for him), rather than put him in the spotlight and turn him into a joke.
     
  23. Killy Me Please

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    You shouldve made jokes about it. "I'm sorry listeners I'm completely unprepared for this broadcast like ND is against Pitts power forward"
     
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  24. NilesIrish

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    Chevy Troutman was such a bitch to deal with.
     
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    This catch was crazy. Him + Love + Price + an average WR corps should be a good amount of fire power

     
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  26. Red Rover

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    Where does Notre Dame sit with its 2025 offers?

    In today’s ISD Intel, we’ll take a look at the Irish recruiting board with a few notes on Notre Dame’s winter workouts.

    QUARTERBACK
    Deuce Knight‍ - Commit
    If you thought the SEC powers would give up on Knight because he committed to Notre Dame, you’d be wrong. Knight fielding phone calls from non-Notre Dame coaches isn’t something out of the norm for commits as most kids take them and it’s probably smart to a point as the coaching carousel seems to change half of college football every year.

    As of now, Notre Dame will be his only official visit and the only visit he’s set this spring, which is also telling, but the staff will need to hold off Alabama and Kalen DeBoer. If there was one coach who could really get in his ear, it’d be DeBoer and offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan. Both were at Indiana and coached Knight’s brother, Ty Fryfogle, and then were part of Michael Penix’s development at Indiana and Washington. I also believe the Crimson Tide are talking with other quarterbacks in the 2025 class outside of Knight and USC commit Julian Lewis, who will be in Tuscaloosa next month.

    RUNNING BACK
    Justin Thurman‍ - Commit
    Thurman has been on campus as much as any commit, which speaks volumes as he’s from Tampa.

    Daniel Anderson‍ - Commit
    Notre Dame took a chance on Anderson offering following a camp last June. He committed early and then returned to campus for Junior Day.

    James Simon
    The four-star prospect has received plenty of attention from Notre Dame in the last six months. Calvary Baptiste (La.) has been a routine stop for Deland McCullough during the evaluation periods and Marcus Freeman made a stop there last month. LSU looks to be in the driver’s seat, but if Notre Dame can hang in there and get an official visit, then anything goes.

    WIDE RECEIVER
    Elijah Burress‍ and Shaun Terry II‍ - Commits
    Both got their first look at Notre Dame in January for Junior Day and committed in February.

    Jerome Bettis Jr.
    The Notre Dame legacy has taken his time with his recruitment, but it appears Bettis is closing in on a decision and the Irish appear to be in good shape here.

    Vernon Allen III‍, Lex Cyrus‍, Donovan Olugbode‍ and Nasir Newkirk
    The most recent offers for Notre Dame and all four will need to set visits to get a better idea of where the Irish stand. Olugbode, who attends IMG Academy is originally from Naperville (Ill.), so there is probably a little more familiarity with Notre Dame than the other three.

    Jaime Ffrench
    At this point, it’s hard to see Notre Dame being in this race. ‍

    Tanook Hines
    The Texas native was offered in December and he’s expected to get his first look at Notre Dame on April 6.

    Daylan McCutcheon
    With the commitment of Burress and Terry, it’s hard to see where McCutcheon fits into the mix.

    Derek Meadows
    Notre Dame jumped in early and it could very well pay off. Meadows recruitment was quiet until the last month as Alabama, Arizona, Auburn, Cal, Florida, Georgia, Iowa State, LSU, Michigan, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee and Washington joined the mix. The Irish lead, but it’ll be interesting to see where his recruitment stands entering June.

    Quincy Porter
    The Bergen Catholic (N.J.) star has had a quiet recruitment. He doesn’t say much and hasn’t taken a ton of visits. He did visit Florida and Florida State in January, which was noteworthy. Notre Dame is continuing to push here and were at his high school twice in January.

    Talyn Taylor
    The Illinois native is very calculated in his visits and rarely speaks, but he’s one the Irish will have a shot at as he made it to South Bend last minute for Junior Day. Georgia and Michigan have made him a priority in recent months and received visits from the four-star. Michigan has several of his former teammates from 7-on-7 on the roster, while Georgia is Georgia.

    Raiden Vines-Bright
    RVB will make his first trip Notre Dame in March and it’s setting up to be a big visit given he set an official visit days after the commitment of Terry. The Irish need more speed and Vines-Bright fits the ball. Mike Brown is the coach he speaks to the most and the two have a relationship dating back to Brown’s time at Wisconsin. Distance won’t be a factor here and Notre Dame could blow him away. He also has family in Indianapolis.

    TIGHT END
    James Flanigan‍ - Commit
    The Notre Dame legacy made an early commitment and there is no indication of him backing away from his pledge.

    Linkon Cure
    There was a time when it looked like Notre Dame was going to be firmly in this race, but it appears that time has come and gone.

    Notre Dame has numbers at tight end on campus, so this could be a position where they could very well be done in 2025 as they look to load up other position groups.

    OFFENSIVE LINE
    Matty Augustine‍, Will Black‍ and Owen Strebig‍ - Commits
    All three appear to be solid and forming a tight bond already. Augustine and Strebig have been on campus together, while Black and Augustine know each other from living in the Northeast.

    Jack Lange
    Lange will return to Notre Dame for the third time in April. Notre Dame was the team to beat following his Junior Day visit, but this is still a fluid situation and other programs are coming hard.

    DEFENSIVE LINE
    Chris Burgess‍, Davion Dixonand Joseph Reiff- Commits
    All three were in South Bend for Junior Day, which allowed them to connect and bond. Dixon, a Florida native, has been a constant presence at Notre Dame since giving his commitment last year.

    Jarquez Carter
    Carter made the trip to Notre Dame last summer and gave it high reviews. It seems the Irish have faded since then as he’s set to visit a couple Midwest programs in March, but Notre Dame isn’t on the list.

    Ethan Utley
    The four-star prospect currently has a top five of Michigan, Oklahoma, Syracuse, Tennessee and Texas, but it’s clear Utley is pretty open to other schools. Al Washington visited him twice during the evaluation period in January, but at this point, it doesn’t appear there is an urgency to visit South Bend. That said, Utley’s recruitment will likely go down to signing day.

    Javeon Campbell
    Campbell is one of the more interesting prospects on the board. He picked up an offer in late January and then made his way to campus. The 6-foot-5, 265-pounder has the athleticism and size Notre Dame is missing on the interior of the line and it’s clear Campbell enjoyed his first look at the program. Notre Dame’s next step will be to get him back for a spring practice.

    Antonio Coleman‍ - Auburn commit
    Notre Dame dropped by Saraland High School (Ala.) to visit with Coleman last month. The four-star has already flipped his pledge from Alabama to Auburn and has continued to take visits, so his recruitment is open. It’s likely a long shot for the Irish, but there appears to at least be some interest from his end.

    Darren Ikinnagbon
    The New Jersey native dropped a top eight of Duke, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Rutgers and Tennessee last week. It appears Georgia has the inside track at this point despite Marcus Freeman stopping by last month. This is another one where Notre Dame needs to get him on campus.

    Juju Marks
    Marks made his first trip to Notre Dame over the summer and then committed to Missouri. He backed off that pledge and appears to have the Irish under heavy consideration, but he has yet to announce any spring visits publicly. We expect Notre Dame get him back on campus.

    Damien Shanklin
    The in-state prospect is a priority and has shown Notre Dame he’s more than taking the Irish seriously with multiple visits to campus since the fall. The Irish lead here, but Shanklin is also taking his time. Ohio State hasn’t offered yet, but if the Buckeyes do, it could turn into a classic battle as he’s followed the scarlet and gray since he was young. Michigan is also a team to watch here, which shouldn’t come as a surprise for one of the Midwest’s top prospects.

    LINEBACKER
    Dom Hulak‍ and Ko'o Kia‍ - Commits
    Hulak committed in December and Kia followed in January. There are teams still pushing to get Hulak on campus, but we believe he’s a firm pledge, while Kia’s commitment is as strong as any given how much his family loves the university.

    Brett Clatterbaugh
    Notre Dame made Clatterbaugh’s top five along with Clemson, Georgia, Penn State and Virginia Tech. He’s been on campus twice and as of now, we believe Notre Dame isn’t the frontrunner. Clemson has done a nice job here and there is a pull to stay close to home at Penn State and Virginia Tech.

    Antoine Deslauriers
    The newest linebacker offer is Deslauriers and he’s probably one of the most unknown prospects. The Quebec native will surely relate to Notre Dame’s players from Canada and he’ll get his first chance to meet them on his official visit in June.

    Madden Faraimo
    The California native is a coveted prospect, but it’s been very quiet recruitment, especially after his transfer from J Serra Catholic to Cathedral Catholic in San Diego. Faraimo gave Notre Dame rave reviews following a summer visit, but right now, West Coast sources don’t have a great read on where he’s at. USC and Ohio State also appear to be players here.

    Christian Jones
    Jones is expected back on campus for the Blue-Gold game. Notre Dame has been at his school often over the last year to recruit him and the Rezac brothers, but Jones has only been to campus once. Nebraska holds the edge here heading into the spring.

    Marco Jones
    Jones visited Notre Dame for the Ohio State game and left impressed with just about everything. Right now, we feel he still holds Notre Dame in high regard, but Oregon and USC have also made strong moves here.

    Noah Mikhail
    The four-star prospect is the opposite of his fellow California linebacker Madden Farimo as Mikhail has visited everywhere multiple times and is getting ready for another big-time swing this spring. Mikhail will visit Alabama, Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M and USC this spring. He’ll return to Notre Dame on April 3 for another unofficial visit and the goal will be to lock in an official visit. USC has made him a massive priority after seeing KVA and Dylan Williams leave LA last year. We’ll know a lot more in mid-April following this round of visits.

    Nathaniel Owusu-Boateng
    Notre Dame certainly appeared to be on the outside looking in before Owusu-Boateng visited for Junior Day last month. Now, the Irish are right in the thick of it. The four-star prospect has locked in one official visit and it will be to South Carolina on May 31. We expect Notre Dame to get an official visit. ‍

    Anthony Sacca
    The Penn State legacy made waves earlier this month when he named a top five of Alabama, Duke, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Wisconsin. The Buckeyes appear to be the leader in the clubhouse, but it’s also one where Notre Dame can still make a big move, especially given he’s been on campus multiple times.

    CORNERBACK
    Cree Thomas
    - Commit
    Much like most of Notre Dame’s commits, Thomas has been a presence on campus since giving his pledge.

    Trystan Haynes‍ ‍
    The Irish offered this month, so it’s a bit early to see where Notre Dame stands with him. No visit has been set as of now, but we’re watching to see if a visit is locked in this spring.

    Dallas Golden
    The elite Florida athlete has Notre Dame in the lead. We get the vibe he’s not going to be pressured into a decision, but some sources believe one could be made sooner than later. Clemson is a program to watch, yet Notre Dame has gone above and beyond in his recruitment.

    Chuck McDonald III
    The Mater Dei star has a visit set for April, but at this point, we feel he’s still a long shot.

    Devin Williams
    Williams will be back on campus in April and it will be an important visit for him. He’s camped and seen a game at Notre Dame, so this will be one where he can get a full understanding of the university and likely see a practice. Auburn seems to have some momentum as Williams will make his third visit to see Hugh Freeze in March.

    Mark Zackery IV
    The Indiana native will make a return to Notre Dame in March but he’ll also visit Cincinnati, Michigan and Ohio state this spring. Notre Dame seems to be the leader in the clubhouse, especially with the Buckeyes landing a couple early cornerback commits. Mike Mickens has done a great job here.

    SAFETY
    Ivan Taylor‍ and Ethan Long‍ - Commits
    Neither backed off their pledges following Chris O’Leary’s departure to the NFL. If there was one to watch, it would be Taylor, but Mickens and the staff have been in consistent communication.

    JaDon Blair
    It’ll be an interesting stretch for Blair as he’s set official visits already, so there is a decision mode component already, given he knows what schools he’s focusing on. South Carolina, Notre Dame, Michigan and Penn State will host him for officials with the Nittany Lions getting the final visit. Notre Dame and Penn State appear to be in strong positions, but he’ll need to develop a relationship with Mickens over the next few months.

    ATH
    Dalen Penson
    Notre Dame’s newest offer is an interesting one. Penson is one of the best athletes in the country, but isn’t the biggest. The staff invited him to camp in June and if he shows up, both sides will have a better idea of where he stands on the board.

    Notre Dame is in the middle of its offseason program and the first under Loren Landow’s instruction. Matt Balis was very much loved within the Notre Dame program, but it’s very clear Notre Dame players have embraced the workouts under Landow. In fact, it may be somewhat refreshing in some instances as while Balis was good at his job, new voices and workouts are also good for a program.

    Early into his tenure, Landow has put his emphasis on the skill positions. Landow not only spends his time with Notre Dame skilled players, but he does the workouts with them at times. And now, the big guys aren’t being ignored, but Fred Hale has taken them under his wing.

    The workouts are also catered to each individual a little more under Landow. Groups will do the same lift as normal, but the weights or reps might be different for Jaden Greathouse compared to Jayden Thomas.

    Bryce Young was mentioned as someone who has stood out early when it comes to the early enrollees, but junior tight end Eli Raridon may be having the most impressive offseason. In fact, Raridon may be approaching Rylie Mills type of strength in squats, which speaks volumes for someone who had two ACL injuries in the last two and half years.

    Offensive lineman Sam Pendleton has also had a strong offseason, while running back Jadarian Price has also continued to build off an impressive sophomore campaign over the last month.

    Mike Denbrock’s arrival brought great excitement to the program as everyone saw how explosive LSU’s offense was under his leadership. It’s a new playbook and new terminology, so the spring will be crucial for the Irish offense to find what strengths and weaknesses in his scheme, but also to master the new terminology.

    Notre Dame would be in the same boat if Gerad Parker or Tommy Rees held the OC role, as the Irish have several new players and first-time starters on offense. The learning curve would be steep and there would be growing pains during the spring.

    And to reiterate, there shouldn’t be a concern for Drayk Bowen’s development on the football field with him traveling for baseball. There is a detailed plan, which includes both coaching staffs on the same page and it doesn’t include him missing football workouts. In fact, we’re told Bowen arrived home with baseball in the early morning hours on Monday and was at football workouts later that morning.
     
  27. beist

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    So I had some time today and I may have come around on Swarbrick masterminding this playoff thing more than I gave him credit for. Having 5 auto bids & 4 auto byes and only 2 conferences that matter really changes the calculus. Here's what the last 4 years would have looked like in a 5+7 model with the now current conference alignment. Obviously these rankings wouldn't be the same with everyone's conference schedule changing so much, but still seems reasonable to assume the at large teams would be made up of the same basic group of teams and the ACC/New Big12/G5 champs would be the same.

    Tell me you wouldn't rather be #5 than #1. Even #6 might end up being a better draw than #1 some years. 2022 is the only year that comes anywhere close to being seeded in a true order. They are going to completely tear up this structure the first chance they get, but until they do, being capped at #5 feels just fine.

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  28. IrishLAX2

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    I don’t think many people actually understand how beneficial this will be for ND. They’re too busy trying to laugh at us.

    I look forward to the complaints when we get a Coastal Carolina/Pitt back to back in the Playoffs and everyone realizes what actually happened here.
     
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  29. beist

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    Yep, having all the good teams in 2 conferences really makes this a good system.

    I don't think its going to take ND benefitting for people to freak out though. It'll come into picture as the season progresses and the talking heads will trip over themselves trying to be the first one to say that its better to lose the SEC championship game than win it. Or Ohio State will miss the Big 10 championship game cause of some weird 3 team tiebreaker situation and win their first two playoff games 55-0.
     
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  30. IrishLAX2

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    Of the eight games that make up the first and second round scenarios in those 4 years, only one of them is a legitimately difficult game for a top 4 ranked team in the country (2022 - Clemson, 2nd round). And that Clemson team wasn’t particularly good.

    Edit - From the 5 seed perspective
     
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  31. beist

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    Yeah, it really comes down to can the new Big 12 and the ACC both produce a legit top 5ish team in the same year. Hard to see that happening very often with the current trajectory of things.
     
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  34. CTownND

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    Never heard of this guy - do we have a chance?

     
  35. NilesIrish

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    So dude "finished" HS ~10 months early? Damn.

     
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  36. Beeds07

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    Damn! Guess no doubts why he chose ND
     
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    really wish/hope there’s some type of team specific edition for sale so these guys can get an even bigger cut
     
  38. Rise

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    Can’t wait to see what the micro transactions look like and whose player code you can use so they get a cut…
     
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  39. DetroitIrish3

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    Apparently we do! Kid doesn’t really tip his hand on direction he’s leaning
     
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  40. Rise

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    Hansens latest podcast with Evan sharply is a fun one. Chuck was such an idiot.
     
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  41. Wicket

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    .great job by the hoops team fighting back into a game that looked done and dusted early on
     
  42. IHHH

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    that option offense was the ultimate ‘let me show everyone how smart I am ´ move. The definition of getting too cute and not understanding your strengths and weaknesses. Weis was such an idiot, Everytime I hear people say how smart he was I cringe. He had zero self awareness and zero judgment. That is not being smart
     
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  43. CTownND

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  44. Rise

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    I had never heard the take that he coached the first 2 years like he was an nfl team where guys would be there forever. Gave no reps to anyone else and then panicked in 07
     
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  45. SD_Irish

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    Are we looking for a safety or is this a case of A&M losing a good player?
     
  46. Rise

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    No shot he can get in so must be the latter
     
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  47. IHHH

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    yep, he had no idea how to run a program to develop players. The oline suffered the most
     
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  48. IHHH

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    For some reason I am watching the press conference with denbrock and Bullough right now.

    denbrock is his old self, very clear and well spoken. Bullough is all over the place lol. I bet he will be a great lb coach. If I did not know better I would think this dude just came out of a flammang podcast.

    might as well link it
     
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  49. Killy Me Please

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    We're fucking werewolves bro
     
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