Since the bye week Notre Dame’s offense and defense have gone in opposite directions in terms of efficiency, and to discuss that Greg brings on Michael Bryan of 18Stripes.com to discuss those changes. Notre Dame started the season with five games post-FSU with teams that featured tough defenses and middling offenses and that has since flipped, with USC and UNC bringing their high-powered offenses to South Bend and dragging along their poor defensive units. That shift has precipitated the change in fortunes for Notre Dame’s units.
- Adding context to the Marcus Freeman/Clark Lea comparisons
- Reasons for the drop in efficiency defensively
- The offense coming alive
- The sustainability of a Jack Coan led offense
- The sudden surge in the offense capitalizing on their available yards
- College football playoff discussion
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It’s been a wild news cycle for Notre Dame football since the lads last spoke. Greg and Frank break down all of the good and bad that’s happened to Notre Dame football this off-season with an eye on the future.
- Why the return of Isaiah Foskey is so big for Notre Dame
- What the return of Jarrett Patterson does for the Irish OL
- Why Mike Elston leaving was so shocking, but what opportunity does it open up for the Irish
- Why Notre Dame fans would be wise to be cautiously optimistic about Chansi Stuckey
- What Harry Hiestand brings to Notre Dame but a reminder it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows in his first stint
- What safety transfer Brandon Joseph brings to the Irish defense
- Where Notre Dame might look in its DC search with Jon Heacock out of the mix.
Buckle up Irish fans because we covered a lot and Frank drank a 10% triple IPA.