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Season 2:Episode 17 – Syracuse Postgame

We had a postgame show live from our hotel room room in South Bend after today’s disappointing loss to Syracuse.  We talked about: The state of the Notre Dame program neat the end of the 4th year under Charlie Weis. The struggles by the Irish offense today. Where Jimmy Clausen is at this point in his career. Where Notre Dame goes from here. The reactions of the fans walking out of Notre Dame Stadium today. The snowballs that were being thrown all game long inside the stadium.

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Stanford Post Game Show

Post game thoughts on Notre Dame’s 35 21-14 win over Stanford to close out the season.  Jeff and Frank talked about the terrible officiating, Robert Hughes great game, Jimmy Clausen’s “development” for this week, and took a few calls from some of the listeners. Pay attention to the board for information on this week’s podcast.

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Duke Post Game Show

Jeff and Frank talk about Notre Dame’s 28-7 win over Duke on Senior Day.  We also tried out the call-in feature this week and had some UHND posters call into the show and share their thoughts.  This was probably our best show to date outside of the Randy Kinder interview.  We had a lot of fun with it and thanks to all of our callers – Clements2, AtlantaIrish, and Pipeline. Topics discussed included: Jimmy Clausen’s second straight impressive start Robert Hughes’s breakout performance All the dropped passes A little recruiting discussion – who could come in and play right away? ...

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Navy Post Game Show

Jeff and Frank talk about the Navy game Saturday direclty following Notre Dame’s 44-46 loss in triple over time. This was the first post game show we put together so it was a little informal, but at the same time some very good points were brought up. Topics discussed included: Why the hell did Weis go for it on 4th down in the last minute Is Evan Sharpley the starter moving forward? Why didn’t we see more of Armando Allen? Play calling throughout the game A whole lot more.

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