Notre Dame Preview with Mike Frank (7/24, Part 2)
Ty talks with Mike Frank from IrishSportsDaily.com about the re-emergence of Tommy Rees as Notre Dame’s starting quarterback, the unanswered questions in the Irish backfield, the potential of a Te’o-less defense, and realistic expectations given the 2013 schedule.
Mocking The Draft with Dan Kadar (4/24)
Ty and Dan talk to Dan Kadar of MockingTheDraft.com about can’t-miss players in the 2013 NFL Draft, the lackluster quarterback class, trends in scouting and prognosticating, the success of Alabama players at the next level, Tyrann Mathieu’s canceled draft party, and the lasting effects of the Lennay Kekua saga. [powerpress]
Chip Kelly and Manti Te’o (1/16)
Ty and Dan react to the news of Chip Kelly’s departure with help from Rob Moseley from the Eugene Register-Guard and try to make sense of the Manti Te’o saga. [powerpress]
West Coast Kevin (5/2)
Ty and Dan check in with West Coast Kevin and break down the top 25 college football players in 2012, the new Whale Wars spin-off, and their new scheme to use female stand-ins to more quickly grow the Verballerhood. Plus, an e-mail about Derek Dooley and Broadway performances.
Here Come The Irish (3/31)
Ty and Dan welcome Eric Hansen from the South Bend Tribune to the show to discuss Michael Floyd’s status, Brian Kelly’s philosophies, the sudden rise of the Irish defense, and realistic expectations for the Notre Dame football program in 2011. Plus, more news about players getting paid. Who would’ve guessed?
August Countdown: Notre Dame (18)
Throughout August, we will be counting down the 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season. Today, we travel (figuratively) to South Bend, Indiana, to preview the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.Â Seeing as how this write-up was authored by Notre Dame fan extraordinaire Ty Hildenbrandt, you should expect a heavily biased and bitterly sarcastic perspective of the 2009 season.Â If you can’t handle that, then go somewhere else, damn it. First Impressions If there were ever a year for Notre Dame to reach the 10-win plateau, it is 2009.Â In fact, it MUST happen this year, otherwise . . .