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Fresh update on "notre dame" discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"If you were a kid in the. Pretty much the nineties. You're ever stuck at home sick yep watching daytime TV. With Regis and Kathie Lee yeah yes. Yes. In fact when they change when when when Kathy Lee left and it was it was Kelly I could never get my mind around it's now regis and Kelly instead of Kathy Louis. But yeah and then he was the host of who wants to be a millionaire. So a little bit. Of At least here in the states. So is that your fire? Let's play. In. When I was a kid, I thought I'm so smart I read a lot of books and I started watching that and like I can never get past like I think he the. I. Don't remember how I. I know. It's like those those first five questions are like. Super Easy than you get past the different cutoff points and it's like Oh yeah, I'm not. Exactly. Never Mine. Even when they the kid ones so I, didn't always get. To high. Yeah This was taught in school. Like this is like college level stuff if you didn't if you if you studied the specialty. Then then you would know, but if you didn't, then you're you're you're out of luck. Yeah and actually since. Since they the announcement but because we are not recorded actually regis has since been laid to rest at the cemetery. That's right near campus of Notre Dame. University in south, bend because he was A. Fan of now who? Dairy, huge. Very huge Hey I you've been a notre dame before. Not. For College but for. Like I know where that is. I can go pay my respects to regis Well, say hi to emperor us. and lead. And Next what is alleviated Haviland? Who is best known? For her role and gone with the wind, but she has passed away at the age of one, hundred and four. Yeah what I saw I saw this news and I hadn't her birthday was not that long ago there were there were news reports of she just turned hundred and four and I've been watching gone with the wind because I'm. GonNa be on the Oscars podcast for that. One. And So I've been watching it kind of fresh in my memory of it, and you know she plays she plays Miss, Miss Melanie, Melanie Wilkes. melty hat. Melanie Hamilton. Wilkes. Everyone everyone gets remarried widowed divorced, and all over the place. But you know I always you know she was yes. She's she was a sweetheart contrasted to scarlet O'Hara's. Not Sweetheart. and. She's she's kind of obnoxious in her in her sweetness. But at the same time, it's like contrasting everything going on you're like you know and it's kind of like right now I need something happy in someone optimistic and hopeful in little naive because you know I'd like that right right. Contrast. And she did. I mean yeah her her Oscar. Her she got nominated. Yes. Nominated forgotten the win but she did not. That's what I was trying to remember if she won. But yeah, it'd be shooting nomination was absolutely six. Yeah in the nominee. Angry. But yeah, so so you know. It's it's sad that she's passed but holy cow hundred and four I mean. As. Long. Long. Yes. I mean that just I mean when it happens, it's it's remarkable and it's it's it's something good to note and. FROLIC USED was. Very. Classy lady so Miss Meli. And then. And then another. Last. I hate to laugh this is one of those were like it slowly started creeping net and a lot of people are like, didn't he die like years? Just one of those, you know older actors that people he hasn't done anything you know just quietly retired been. Really done a to be in the limelight. So you just like I haven't heard about them so they must be dead. but A. Yeah I. Don't want to make light of it but well, no. But if you haven't heard of her I, mean he was one of those he well, he was as Wilford grimly asteroid eighty five depending on again what age you are if you ever stayed watching late night like You know and they start showing like necessarily infomercials. But like the super long commercials like you're ninety second commercial like a five set, you know like a five minute commercial where they go like really in death to give you the phone number to call to order five million times most of. 'em As diabetes guy. Well we'll our the grandfather on our house or if you manage to catch the walk adventures on Yes. highpoints. Lock, move. Yeah. My. Dad had them on DVD. I'm not my my my connection or my my knowledge of them is a little different than most people like, yeah I know him from the diabetes commercials some of those others he did but when I was four, my aunt, my dad's older sister who since passed away gave me a pop up book of the night before Christmas from hallmark and it had cassette tape. You did the narration yes. He did the narration I. Still have a cassette tape. I still have the pop up book every Christmas it's like one of my it's one of my my my my heirloom traditions tradition things because again, my aunt gave it to me. She's past. You passed away when I was in high school but when I but even so when I was little I, listen that that cassette over and over and over and over again. So when I hear the night before Christmas when i read it I, hear it in Wilford Brim lease voice and it is just like every time I. Hear Him. He's like that's the night before Christmas guy and that's we it's to me and then also he actually running retired he moved to Utah and he. Like retire completely, he would still be in like some small time. Dependent movies and stuff that would be on our little local cable show. So you know he'd show up just randomly one of these movie. Catch. But for me he was, he's he's night before Christmas to me. Cool. And I was like scouring youtube because, yes, I have the cassette tape I don't have a way to play it I should find. Rice set player it, but I I found it and rendering. He can transfer the cassette in a digital format for you. So you have that I did find it on Youtube. So I'm like well, at least that's there and we I need to get it. I. Need to get a digital version of it because that pop up book is just really special to me and I. Still Have It. After all these years he I I'm very protective of it. I do not dame you. Yes. But it's it's just like when I heard that. I'm like, Oh, it's my my my poem man by my Christmas my Santa Claus he's my Santa. Claus in my head. Oh. I was sad but at the same time, it's like well, he was he was up there in years not a hundred four, but eighty-five.
Notre Dame Cathedral's organ getting 4-year-long cleaning
"The organ that once thundered through Notredame in Paris is being taken apart after that fire the task of dismantling cleaning and reassembling the largest musical instrument in France started today and is expected to last nearly four years. It's an 8000 pipe organ survived the fire that destroyed the cathedral's roof and toppled the spire. But the fire code of the instrument in toxic lead dust that now has to be carefully removed. 5
Fresh update on "notre dame" discussed on WBBM Morning News
"Some of the western suburbs to around 60 by the lake right now, it's 53 in a row, a 65 along the lakefront, 59 at midway and 59 at O'Hare. WCBM NEWS time. 6 20 Our top story this hour a group of well known restaurants, bars and museums in Chicago and filed a lawsuit claiming their property insurance should cover losses they sustained during Corona virus shutdowns. Plaintiffs include Gibson's restaurant group, the Disabled Museum of African American History will have much more on this story coming up at 6 31 Federal safety officials are spelling out the design changes they believe were needed to get Chicago based Boeing's 7 37 max back in the air. The plane has been grounded since March 2019. After two deadly crashes. The FDA is proposing to require software changes in the flight control computers and changes to some of the plane's wiring. Those issues have been raised in the time since the first crash, which happened in October of 2018. The public will have 45 days to comment on the agency's proposed requirements. Not clear when Max jets will actually fly again. Boeing is aiming for approval before the end of the year. Bob Conroy NewsRadio 105.9. FM. A study from Notre Dame University, says strong relationships and adulthood won't make up for harsh conditions faced by those people when they were Children. Study claims Adversity in childhood is a fundamental cause of adult stress, takes a physical toll on the body and isn't reversed by healthy and supportive adult relationships. The study is based on research done on a wild baboons, which share about 94%. Of their genes with humans. This our smart quiz question and.
Regis Philbin laid to rest at his alma mater, Notre Dame University
"Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age of 88 has been buried at the University of Notre Dame following a private funeral service at his alma mater. Philbin was buried Wednesday. It's Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern Indiana School's campus. The genial television host and personality, graduated from Notre Dame in 1953. He was an enthusiastic alum, often returning to the South Bend campus for football games, banquets, concerts and other events.
Fresh update on "notre dame" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Soccer had a goal from sheree that to nothing goal penguins and they ended up getting again. So back in or empty netter they win it's re one and Evans three one on Chicago right now. and. They mean business tonight and they make David had two goals and like the first minute of the game by himself. and. Then the Lakers are up seven. They're laying six I. think that's what I got it at what two minutes left against the jazz. So that's tenuous at best. And I just wanted to tell you we tried today on coast to coast about the rockies and Their game tonight right and was against the giants and the number was like I'm not buying the thirteen. I set it on the Air I'm not buying a thirteen. I'm not going over because everybody's like these to put up fifteen sixteen runs. Ended seven, six rockies beat the giants. So there you go. It did not go over. Anyway we told you SIROCCO Tories Achilles tonight, the picture of the brave running over the I to make a play he's done Yankees want again they beat the phillies and going on right now as up ten on Seattle. That did not work out well for me I went Gusto at that plus one sixty white socks or meeting the brewers and the padres are up on the dodgers in San Diego at Petco five three in the bottom of the eighth, the padres not messing around with the dodgers talking to Joe. Lisi. Football. Full. Circle on Sports Grad. I always love talking college football with Joe a Joe So. I gotta ask you. About somebody's. Stories in college football like I'm keeping an eye on. First of all what did you think when Notre Dame got just chauffeured right into the ACC with a cushy little schedule and Snacks, they give them hookers to and. What else does Notre Dame get at their own network and now the world's ending but they still a way to make notre dame happy honest to God. Unbelievable Scotty I know they played six ACC game. So it's it seemed like a smooth transition. They have that game against Clemson. So they want to make it as easy as possible. I mean I don't see Notre Dame joining longer-term that in the season with Kobe I mean I'm happy about it because I like the games that we're going to get some more key battles not just would not dame but Clemson Clemson Pittsburgh Clemson Virginia Tech, or to match ups that happened without Kovic home. Okay. With Notre Dame joining the, but it's like the Louisville situation with the Tino right you're bringing everybody strippers anybody just not teams here you roll out the red, carpet Right listen I have to say. the Notre Dame they're not playing Miami. To me, I said this I don't know if I told you this before but I just think in the history of the League. Of of you know college football whatever I mean. The best rivalry that I've ever gone to I've Seen Michigan, Ohio Day I've seen them all USC UCLA them all everything, Miami Florida State all that there was something about Notre Dame and Miami, and I said this on the show last week the only time you'll ever see that hard rock sold out even for like the dolphins game, they'll still be seeds available to watch too I. Guarantee. You could still walk up and get a ticket to see them but the only time that ever played. Ever sold out was when the Yankees were in the world series against the Marlins and they never they three thousand fans at every game and then all of a sudden one day at seventy, five, thousand fans of the game and I was there and I was like what a bunch of phonies and then the only time that blazes ever ever was when Notre Dame came to town and then And again, South Bend were even better. I went as a kid it was the greatest thing ever convicts Catholics greatest thing ever. I cannot believe that they're not playing Miami I don't care who did the schedule The guy that did it's a moron. I agree with you. They played in two, thousand, seventeen and Miami. Blew them out at at home and that's when Notre Dame you don't fail to make step up but I agree with you those games in the late eighties remember Bernard Tiger Clark you remember him I mean he was up at least okay. We Stuck Scotty Bernard Tiger Clark was like the linebacker in fast times at Ridgemont high. Craft. Exactly. That Hey, absolutely forest whittaker that was far as whittaker in them will. TYCO CLARK was. I talked to Bennie Blades about it. I had him on the show and. You know he and his brother Brian were playing in Miami is like. Tell me about the Notre Dame game, the comics and the gathers. Guy Out of his chair start talking about that. I mean they ruined that like because somebody said he had a plane Clemson I'm like. and. Then they'd have to play again in the ACC Jimmy and I'm thinking to myself like. Clemson will beat their ass but I want to say I really think they will. But then I still think that Miami Notre name no matter what even if it's a crappy game at least you know there's GonNa be some tension and somebody's GonNa get smacked and somebody's GonNa get lit up and it's just every time they play. There's something and there's nothing there for me with Clemson Notre Dame nothing at all it's phony. Yeah I, mean I understand I understand the sentiment got that old school rival read that it means something I mean we're we're basically the same age. So in those late eighties that those games they mattered so much for college football and you just think about the players that came out for Miami I mean I, agree with you I mean Notre Dame Clemson we've seen in recent years clemson's own them in recent years. The college. Football playoff but I want to see a rematch. I wouldn't mind seeing that rematch not Miami this year. You're not gonNA and then how about? I guess I'd give you Notre Dame. Michigan 'cause I used to go see that game every year in South Bend or Ann Arbor and I always thought Michigan was Pretty much top shelf status. I'll give you that now but I think Michigan. Now I gotTa tell you Joe I think they're kind of candy, ass? Well, they ever live Delta expectations and it starts coach our boy he's got a coach them up in a better spot. They have to find a way this year to be Ohio Fan I don't care if he taken Tom Brady. You have to find a way to keep the game close and come through with the W I. mean I understand the pressure of being Michigan I, understand that who you're GONNA get. But again, you need to knock off our house state. That's why they brought him or there I agree with you that they haven't stepped up and and played physical football and those key matchups in key aspect is they can't win on the road you can't win on the road and college you're not a good football team. So we'll see what they do this year they need to find a quarterback. Couldn't even beat Ohio state in Ann Arbor and They couldn't beat Ohio state if Ohio State got lost in space if they if they. Are Murder. That game and the plane disappeared. Remember that show what was it? Unsolved. Mystery. What? Is. Going to the game and no one could find him anywhere. The final score would still be Ohio state thirty seven Michigan Thirty. Ohio state There's far in their heads not only are they in their heads sleeping with their girlfriends though I mean they had literally. They have penthouse property inside.
TV host Regis Philbin buried at Notre Dame, his alma mater
"Regis Philbin, who died last week at the age of 88 has been buried at the University of Notre Dame following a private funeral service at his alma mater School spokesman did his brown His film. One was buried Wednesday after the private service Filmon graduated from Notre Dame in 1953 was often return to the South Bend campus for special events. A
Fresh "Notre dame" from KYW 24 Hour News
"One of the three. It's time for your traffic update on K Y w pretty quiet start to our majors throughout the Delaware Valley got a couple of construction patterns advance along First West found on 76 From University of the Vine Street Expressway. 6 76 Looks like the right lane is taken out here for roadwork overnight and then East on 76. We've got this ongoing construction coming up on broad street, where at least one lane is also blocked off 95 South bound Coming up on the Delaware State line. Earlier police activity now gone north found, though we still have crews working on that ramp two for 13. The ramps passable, but just use caution. The rest of 95 looks pretty good between the Delaware State line in Bucks County. Now in New Jersey, 6 76 in both directions approaching Exit four. Watch out for a construction, taking out at least one lane. On an earlier incident, 42 south coming away from Blackwood's road that's been cleared out of the way no problems on the expressway, the Garden State Parkway and Mass Transit's on our coast schedule on Dorado into a bit of a 24 hour traffic center. It is one of the most famous musical instruments in the world, but it is out of commission and staying that way awhile. It is one of the great symbols of the Notre Dame.
TV host Regis Philbin buried at Notre Dame, his alma mater
"Host Regis Philbin, who died last week at 88 has been buried at the universe. Of Notre Dame following a private funeral services at his alma mater, Schools, spokesman Dennis Brown says Philbin was buried Wednesday at Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern Indiana School's campus. After the private service
Fresh update on "notre dame" discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Him. A new study from the University of Notre Dame says strong relationships and adulthood won't fix effects of early childhood adversity, Researchers say harsh conditions in early life for a fundamental cause of adult stress. And according to new research on wild baboons, this effect is not explained by a lack of social support in adulthood. Notre Dame says the research sheds light on the long term effects of experiences such as famine, abuse, neglect or the death of a parent in early childhood, researchers argue stress response is caused by those experiences take a physiological toll on the body remain unaffected by healthy, supportive relationships in adulthood. Well as the pandemic drags on. Many who have lost their jobs are struggling to put food on the table, and officials with the northern Illinois food banks say they are preparing for the long haul to help those in need. Maven Sipes, vice president of philanthropy and marketing with the Northern Illinois Food Bank, says Getting the word out about assistance is key during the pandemic for many of our neighbors, especially seeking assistance for the first time. They don't know where to turn. There's not a very clear public local pantry that they know where they could go to, and it's hard to ask for help, Sam says. One way the food bank is helping is through pop up drive through markets in the suburbs, which are bringing.
"notre dame" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"I don't think we're. GonNa, get a playoff I. think we're going to have champions conference shaming themselves champions think maybe we'll have conference champions and we'll have arguments and that's fine because. We've talked about this before, and this was the point I I like to make about the playoff that this year especially cultural balls a TV show. You're looking at it through a lens of how do you compare teams when deciding who gets to go to the rose? Bowl. WHO GETS NEAR SIX GAME? Who Gets the College Football playoff berth. This is a TV show. This year college football is existing merely to exist this fall. It is European soccer without the Champions League, right. Exactly. We can come up with we can you know everybody's going to be seeming all sorts of playoffs at the end of the year, if we don't have an actual postseason, which is fine because I while I, don't love discussion for the sake of discussion, I'd rather see things settled on the field in some fashion. I don't think that's the point of the season I. Don't think if if we're pushing back to September twenty sixth, if we're saying conference only schedule. Teams going from eight conference games in some conferences to ten nine to ten, whatever. The competitive reasons for the twenty twenty season exist less. The just putting pen to paper existing exists a whole lot more. So I don't I don't shed too many tears for Bill C and Jerry Palm, who I both I love both of them dearly. But I think the point is just simply they're just it's sort of corralled exhibitions at this point, which is fine because I'm going to watch all of them enthusiastically and hope that everybody's happy and healthy. Who are your winners and losers here? I, think I think big winner has to be a C. Network. Yeah. I haven't seen the TV schedule, but in terms of ratings yeah. They're going to do everybody's going to be at home pretty much. You know we'll have some stadiums with limited capacity, but yet TV is a huge winner here. TV's a huge winner because of that quirk. Plus Yeah, you know any station that can carry a game I think is a winner, I think. You know I don't have to tell you. I don't have to tell the people that listen to this show, most of whom have been cooped up for many months. Now, that sports on TV is is a big deal. It's it. We're not getting back to normal maybe anytime soon, but it will at least give us that sense of normalcy to see some of the sports that we love on TV. Again, caveat if they can pull it off, and if health allows for it, every local mattress company advertising games, big winner, huge winner. Yeah. In terms of winners and losers I'll stay with notre, dame for just one second. Okay I. Think this is a win for them. I think it was a way for them to lock up at least ten games. I think Jack. Swab. Rick had to make the move I. Think he did the right thing. I don't think there will be much of a much of a negative much of a drawback for them, I? mean. They're doing it with their other sports. Already Notre Dame's an ACC team ton of sense. Yeah. What's the basketball coaches name big slick tear? Mike Bray, he's been doing it forever. He's been doing it forever. So they like, I, told you earlier, they got the friends referral code here to get in for one year only to the ACC. Now, fifteen super conference will we'll see where it goes. So are you good with? Do you want it to be long term as a Notre Dame person? I have always wanted them to join a conference. Okay. You've been skeptical of them actually making that decision, but you've been pro it big Danny see big twelve been pro big ten for a long time. Okay and I would be pro ACC. If it was a move, they decided to make what's interesting about this. Though tie is whenever it is. We push forward to a new normal because raccoon comeback, we're never going back life moves forward. There's going to be some sort of new normal. Once things are hopefully better. What's interesting is there seems to have been conversations about what are conferences really doing for these major major programs beyond limiting their television earning potential. So there you know if if it's USC Oregon, if it's Texas or Oklahoma, if it's you know, Miami, Florida State, whatever in the ACC, lot of these programs could probably earn more money at this point signing TV deals. Allah Notre, Dame, signing a deal with ESPN. Obviously, we have conference networks already, but as the NC Double A. and. And these conferences aren't needed as much as they used to be their bowl tie ins, their TV deals. It's interesting that we're having this conversation about notre, Dame, going a conference route when we could be seeing more notre, Dame's as TV, deals expire and places are saying, well, I mean, we could. We could do this all a card and make some more cash. Just saying the Alabama football just signed a deal with CBS, they're gonNA make a hundred million dollars a year. It's wild. It's while to think about the next five to seven years. However long it's GonNa take for For everything to return or to progress to that new normal. I. Think Notre Dame. I think conference networks. I. Think any TV network that can carry football's a big winner. He says, there will be quirks here. There will be some `asymmetry to win season started when they finish and who's playing who's not playing, I think. I think from a Fan's perspective, it will stay interesting much much deeper into the season than we are accustomed to. Not, a sponsor, but I'm I've been very happy with my Roku. So if you are suddenly needed some sort of Ott device to watch more of your team's games, because everything is conference, only all of the sudden. I've been happy with the ROKU. To stream playstation or. Coo Yeah, rocus crate. Yeah. Okay. Send some stuff Roco. How about that? The big loser here? It may only be one. It's gotta be Syracuse in their way scheduled, right? Funny have. You seen this thing? Yeah I don't know. I haven't seen dates on this, yet I don't think they've. They've given us that yet. But In. This new format Syracuse has, Away Games Against Clemson Louisville north. Carolina noted Damon Pit. Stops sledding. That's pretty tough. Right there. Home Games are fine. It's such a crazy home road split and I don't know if it's because they just value because the part of the thinking with the scheduling is we want to make this more regional. We want to cut down on travel time and expense whatever and do everything to sort of minimize whatever it is. That travels GONNA. Look like this fall. and. The fact is not only the Syracuse get all of their tough games basically on the road. They're. GonNa Louisville, they're going to North Carolina going down to Clemson. IS THEY'RE NOT I?.
Normal? There's no such thing for college football anymore
"Of laughs about college football. And for those of you don't know. Now they've got college football players that are opting out of the 2020 season of Virginia Tech. Cornerback. His name's Caleb. I'm sorry. That's not Caleb Brantley. Yeah, um, Caleb barley. Partly for college football season, he's going to get ready for the draft. I would think there's more players like this. Who would would be More apt to just start training for the draft, getting ready for the combine as if it was gonna happen Normally, I don't know that it will. It's pretty early in the off season for this to have gone completely away in that amount of time. But I don't Makes sense to me. I guess I get it if you're if you've got a chance, and if you have, and most of these guys do know pretty well, they're going to get shot to play in the National Football League. How good a shot. You think you've got. May depend on whether you play or do not playing in the college football season or whatever that college football season. Looks like the brownie. You and I have talked about this. I don't know how colleges are going to get it done. You can say what you want about the NFL how unlikely it is. It's 10 times more unlikely at the college level to get a football season in Will you saw with the A. C C did They announced a 10 game conference schedule conference. Only they well and they pulled in Notre Dame who was who is who is an A C C member for basketball and other sports, but was not for football. They were still independent. And they convinced Notre Dame Two. Take their NBC television money and put it in the A. C. C pot. In exchange for playing a full conference schedule. And being eligible. To play for the conference title. And To play in the Orange Bowl in the A C C spot should they win the conference? Right. That is seismic. Yeah, that's what it is. But it is. It is indication on How much cove it has kind of turned. The normal way of doing business in college football upside out. I mean, these are desperate measures. I mean, it's a football powerhouse, making a seismic move after refusing any and all advances to join a conference. Yeah, here they
ACC sets 11-game slate, includes Notre Dame
"Well, the A C C proven not to be a bunch of huckleberries because their board of directors got today got together on Wednesday. They're gonna have an 11 game football season beginning the weekend of September 12 and Notre Dame is going to be a part of that. Playing a full league schedule. But on Ly if public health guidance allows all a cc schools and Notre Dame will play 10 conference games, plus one not conference game of their choosing, And guess what. Fighting eyes will be held over the championship game, and there will not be any divisions for this season on Lee. Heather Dennis, ESPN Council football reporter When she was on SportsCenter. She told how this decision by the A C C will affect the other power five conferences. Well, let's start with the SEC and right before we got on the show here. I got a statement from Greg. Thank you, the SEC commissioner, he said. He's not about to speculate on anything that might be floating out there, he said. We continue our discussions focused on the return of fall sports, including football. We will announce any decisions at the appropriate time. That's a statement from SEC commissioner Greg Sang Ki. I can tell you that the SEC presidents have a regularly scheduled previously scheduled I should say video conference tomorrow. So everybody's watching that Big 12 Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby told me that the Big 12 presidents are going to be meeting on Monday and they will be presented four or five different scheduling models, he said. We're going to arm them with all the information they need to make a decision if that's what they want. Two
ACC schedule includes Notre Dame, 10 conference games
"We're pleased to be joined. Now by our colleague NAP Fortuna nobody's more plugged in AC and also Notre Dame who is now at least for one football season a member of the ACC we were just talking a little bit offline map, but it's been kind of a whirlwind where this meeting of the president's for for Wednesday we knew about it for. A while and they were gonNA have poor. I. Was they're gonNa vote on one of few schedule models and then the day before it became no, they're not ready to vote. It's GonNa get pushed back a week and then all of a sudden band with almost no warning there was a full press release with the whole schedule model on everything. What happened. Like everything else when it comes to college football news amid pandemic I think everyone is learning things from anyone other than the primary source. So to speak I mean this was a rare case where a reported him break this story that the League was able to put this story out on its own terms and I think. Being that this was a president driven decision that probably shouldn't be too surprising because those guys are the ultimate. Shock collars when it comes to weather there will there won't be football. This fall but. Athletic Directors were not on that Board of Governors meeting call today they had. Kept them abreast of what they were talking about him models and so forth. But. As you said, I mean I was told as recently as yesterday. Tuesday that. The eighties were not ready to present a model that they were ready to go with just in light of the MARLINS fiasco with the. MLB. On Monday the evergreen situation going on there they still wanted to to to flesh things out and. figure out what the best approaches and I do think it's the irony of all ironies that as soon as the ACC puts out this press release, our friend Ross Stellar over sports illustrated has a report in the SEC is going to go conference only which. In many ways I can't help but think contradicts what the ACO is trying to accomplish right when they want to keep that one non-conference late open. Matt. Let me ask you this. So, as part of this deal Notre Dame is gonNA share the TV revenue from its home games with the rest of the members. How how big of a concession is that for them and was you? had been a stumbling block before and what do you think was in jacks bricks mind when when this kind of deal was presented to him I think operating under the assumption here for the sake of this conversation that there will be a season. I. I think that's a pretty big concession Notre Dame that's a deal as a private school that. Is Not public. We don't know the details I mean we. A. Very strong. I guess if you will that it's in the range of fifty million dollars or so and that it's significantly less than what they would be getting. From TV rubbing new distribution standpoint if they had joined the conference fully but I don't think that's a small matter that Notre Dame is is all in on the ACC at least for this year that they will be sharing that revenue in that they'll be you know. Frankly the big picture first time in one, hundred, Fifty, eight years of Notre, dame football they're going to interest season competing for a conference championship I mean that's that's very very. Big Ding even say finishing third place right they don't even come close to qualifying for they see if the season goes on just the fact that we're saying that that Notre Dame fans are reading that in hearing that and learning that about their school today I. think that is a very, very big headline when you talk about the Notre Dame, not just as program Business Itution, it's extraordinary I don't think you can understate how I mean they're they're the it's one of those issues or or griping points that. For my whole career I mean it's just been a constant. Why won't they join a conference? Somebody should force them to join a conference and then a permanent obviously but something finally. Put them in a position where they. Had to join a conference and I don't know the giving away the TV money. You know I don't I don't have the numbers, but that could end up being awash because they don't make that much from NBC and if they also get to now get a bigger share a full share of the you know the larger. ACC, ESPN deal I mean for all we know. They're making more money out of it. I don't know but the fact that they. So how how you know the Notre Dame fan base like how are they going to be feeling about this? There's the independence is such a point of pride obviously. But also if they didn't do this, there was a decent chance they were gonNA, end up with like a six game schedule. I think the initial reaction will be surprised in disappointment. Now, those feelings may linger throughout the course of this twenty twenty football season or they could be gone Tuesday when the Board of Governors of the NCAA makes a ruling on. How if and how the season will proceed and I can't help but think I may sound cynical here. But part of me wonders if it in the back of the decision makers minds at Notre Dame, they know what? Like the silent part is out loud. So to speak, they just don't think that season it's going to be feasible and if it makes everyone happy. Everything copacetic to just say, yes and concede to have everyone move forward in as unified of a front as possible under one umbrella as the ACC. then. They were willing to do that and maybe could. Bank that goodwill on the back end, I don't know that. That's me kind of theorizing here digging out loud. But I do think that headlined just seeing the press release seeing Notre Dame eligible for a conference title game I think that is a not insignificant. It's just like you said it's a conversation it's a question. I it's taken up. You know a chapter of your book God knows how many hours of our time on twitter at a mailbags and so forth t to hear the words Notre Dame, and let's say, Hey, you know they do play Clemson on their schedule and it's No divisions US here. So the top. Winning percentage teams go hypothetically. They could lose the CLEMSON and beat Clemson or be Clemson lose clemson. For the ACC title, I'm just picturing right now they're hockey team is currently the back to back big ten champions I'm trying to picture a big time championship. A banner. Compton. Ice Pavilion. A right down the road from an ACC championship banner at Notre Dame Stadium if the season out there, and if they were to to win the League because that would be pretty pretty funny. It would seem like it would make them more likely though for this to at some point, be permanent because I the argument I've always heard is nor named loves the aspect of of the uniqueness of not being. like everybody else, and at least for this year with all the craziness that's going on, they're going to be like everybody else to a large degree and find out they really. Like, Hey, this is cool. Seriously
ACC sets 11-game fall football schedule
"The ACC has made a lot of news today and eleven games schedule Ten conference one non conference over thirteen weeks the first game somewhere. After the first weekend of the season, and there will be one division of the big story out of this as Notre Dame. Andrea. Adelson covers the. ACC College football for ESPN, and we are delighted to welcome Andrea to the program. Andrew thanks. We knew this day was coming. We didn't think Notre Dame was going to be left at home. But your reaction to everything we have we have found out here in the last hour. Notre Dame being discussed as an ACC member for this just one year only it football is something that has been under discussion for the last several months says the ACC coaches, athletic directors, and Obviously League membership and Jacks war break at Notre Dame try to figure out the best scheduling model for US moving forward in order for us to try at least play a season with some uniform scheduling and a little bit of equity while also trying to eliminate long-distance around the ACC, it's impossible to do that. But at least they can try and bringing notre. Dame into the fold and obviously helps the ACC in terms of the number of MARCI Games now in the conference and it helps. Notre Dame because they're able to fill out an entire schedule, they're going to have opponents that are following the exact same protocols because that is in the ACC policy everybody's got to follow the same medical and testing and health and safety protocols and Notre Dame is eligible for the ACC championship game. This year without the divisions, it's going to be the top two teams based on conference win percentage Notre Dame would be eligible for the Orange Bowl. They don't make it into the college football. Playoff. So alive folks inside the League feel like this is a win win even though it's just for this one year this is kind of a a dream scenario of seeing Notre Dame's football in conference.
US presidential election: Debate venue moved over Covid precautions
"Presidential debate has been changed. The Commission on Presidential Debates announced. The University of Notre Dame has withdrawn from hosting the first presidential debate on September 29th. Instead, that debate will be hosted by case Western Reserve University. And the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. Case. Western Reserve University hosted the 2000 for vice presidential debate. The second presidential debate is scheduled for Miami on October 15th. The third will be held in Nashville. October 22nd. Ryan Burrow
Notre Dame withdraws from hosting first presidential debate because of COVID-19 constraints
"Virus outbreak has caused the University of Notre Dame to withdraw as host of the 1st 2020 U. S presidential debate scheduled for September 29th. If the event happens, it will be moved to Cleveland and be co hosted by case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in June. The University of Michigan bowed out of the second presidential debate on October 15th. It's been moved to Miami 1/3 presidential debate has been scheduled for October 22nd in Nashville, Tennessee.
Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick reportedly wants 2020 season delayed
"Time top administrators and one of the big time college football schools from around the country has championed the start of delaying the college football seats that it comes from Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick in an interview with ESPN. Heather didn't your college football insider? He says that he'd like to schedule the start a little later that he doesn't see a full 12 games scheduled being a possibility. He thinks it's more between 8 to 10 games now. Part of this is also Notre Dame has lost three opponents for the year. The Big 10 of the pact all conference and I was earlier this month they were moving to a conference on Ly scheduled, So that means Notre Dame does lose USC, Stanford and a game against Wisconsin, which was supposed to be played at Lambeau
With College Football's Season at Stake, Who Makes the Call?
"I had their thanks for joining me SORTA. Thanks for having me on today. Heatherton itch covers college football and be potential lack, thereof for ESPN. So I'm so excited to have you because we're watching the college football landscape change day by day, and really as you know well hour by hour at this point. The Patriot. League in the Ivy League announced they won't be playing any sports this fall for instance, but the Big Ten and PAC twelve say they'll have in conference football games only, but the colonial athletic association is doing the opposite. They're saying it. Schools can only pursue independent schedules, and then of course, famously independent Notre. Dame says it's unlikely. The season starts on Pie. So that is a lot. But why are we seeing such a crazy range of approaches to how or even whether to move forward with the season at all hallows? It's a reflection of what we're seeing nationally throughout our country. Schools and universities and campuses in commissioners have to react to the coronavirus pandemic in their particular region. And I think it's very important when you look at the Ivy Leagues Decision, which was the first one why they did what they did. Once, again our top stories breaking news. It's official the Ivy. League will not play any sports in the fall semester including football. And they did it because of their campus cove nineteen policies. meaning that there were restrictions on travel, there were restrictions on group sizes, no more than twenty five to fifty people on some campuses limitations on visitors. All things that when you put them together made it impractical to have fall competition. And then when you look at what the PAC twelve did, which was an extremely important decision, not just to go conference only but to delay the start of the season today, the PAC twelve and now the fall season for several PAC, twelve sports, including football would adjust their schedule. Conference only games they announced. That was a direct reaction to the corona virus bikes in Arizona and southern California from California the first State to issue a stay at home order to Arizona among the first to relax those orders, these western states so breaking new records corona cases almost daily, if the season or practices were starting today and forego USC and Ucla Arizona. Schools wouldn't be able to participate. So that's why it's such a patchwork decision making process right now, because different things are happening in different areas of the country.
France opens arson probe after fire at cathedral in Nantes
"Another well known cathedral fire in France and use radios. Windy King has details. Prosecutors in France say they've opened an arson probe into a fire that destroyed part of a cathedral in Nantes. The blaze damaged a stained glass window and the church's organ. A local fire chief said The damage was not as severe as that from the fire that devastated Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. In April 2019. For Yusa Radio News. I'm windy King, an
Fire at French cathedral in Nantes destroys famed organ
"In France say they've opened an arson probe into a fire that destroyed part of a cathedral in Nantes. The play's damaged a stained glass window and the church's organ. A local fire chief said. The damage was not a severe as that from the fire that devastated Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris in April 2019.
Nantes: Arson suspected in fire at Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul cathedral
"Firefighters in the western French city of non sir battling a fire at the 15th century ST Peter and ST Paul Cathedral. The cause of the fire is not clear. But French officials have launched an arson investigation. Fire sent black smoke into the air and blew out staying glass windows just over a year ago, a massive fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris It's all right. It's roof and main spire.
What would an SEC only schedule look like?
"I give you my theory as to why I think they announced now? Because I think they've got to put this schedule together. So I think now the hard work Big 12 sec have to do that, too, though. Yeah, but again, they might be willing to wait a little bit longer for the Big 12. If her jammies you got nine teams are 10 teams. You have to figure out a schedule with nine and then maybe you have a team that plays another squad twice or As Pete brought up, Notre Dame has a hole in its schedule, or you have a team that you're still going to try to play. You have the buzz about Oklahoma, petitioning the city to try toe push its opener up against Missouri State a week. The reason behind that play a game have week off, Get testing. See what it looks like. Play another game, have another week off to see the testing to see if it's gonna work. That's The theory, at least in principle
What do Pac-12 and Big Ten decisions in going conference-only mean for college football?
"Conference makes a major decision that would have a big impact on the upcoming college football season. It's become the second power league after the Big 10 to announce its cancelling all of its nonconference games for football and all other false sports in response to the ongoing Corona virus Pandemic. ESPN analyst at a Briton Berg says he expects the rest of the conference is to follow suit. I just think it's going to be harder for the league to go out of conference and feel That they can have those games put on safely, especially when you're having the travel component factored into it. Commissioner Larry Scott says this and flexibility for a later start after students have settled back on campus, not because of what's happening. In the training room or doing the strength and conditioning workouts. It's the socialization that's happening amongst young people that are back on campus and excited and happy to see each other. Each Pack 12 team will shave three games off its 12 game schedule, including US sees marquee matchups against Alabama and Notre Dame. Rain
Coronavirus: Pac-12 cancels all non-conference games in football, other fall sports
"Nonconference football games won't be happening this fall for U. S. C. L. A and the rest of the pack 12 1 of football's greatest annual rivalries won't be happening this year matchup worthy of the glory of the past. It's us see Notre Dame that long time television staple of NBC sports and all other nonconference games in all sports involving Pac 12 teams have been scrapped this year. As the league follows the Big 10 and adjusting to the reality of the Corona virus Outbreak. Commissioner Larry Scott didn't really underscores the need to be a flexible Nimble and not get blocked in any kind of one position. We needed to keep learning and understanding what what was happening until the latest point where we have to make a decision. One way or another. The Trojans also lose a marquee opening weekend matchup in Arlington, Texas, against National Power. Alabama. The Pac 12 says it hopes there will be athletic events this season, but on Li of the virus situation warrants
"notre dame" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Let's start today's show remembering the impact of the fire. That damaged Notre Dame cathedral in Paris one year ago with thirteen million visitors a year. The medieval masterpiece had attracting more visitors than Saint Peter's Basilica Elaine Sciolino correspondent in Paris since two thousand and two and she describes how the river that surrounds Notre Dom came to the rescue in her book. The Sam the river that made Paris Elaine. Thanks for joining us. Where were you and I know how much you love Paris? What was it like when you heard about the fire at the Notre Dame on April fifteen twenty nineteen? I live in Paris Rick and I happened to have been in New York at the time and I was in an office building and suddenly looked at a TV screen and there was CNN with the Notre. Dom Inflames I mean my city by cathedral and I was so my first questions were did anyone die and was it terrorism and once it was just established that it was a terrible accident and no one died. I was relieved because I was confident. Even at that very moment that it would be rebuilt. Maybe different but it would survive. It had to yeah now you were probably celebrating the fact that you've got this wonderful book. The send the river that made Paris just coming out in actuality in a Lotta ways. It was the send that enabled the firefighters to save the Cathedral. Well I got a phone call from my husband who was watching all of this on French TV in Paris and he said Lane. You're not gonNA believe this but I'm watching television and there is a boat that seems to be pumping water up to the firefighters on the land into the Cathedral. And I knew at that moment I had to write another chapter about the Senate and its role in helping to put out the fire at Notre Dumb. Thank God they had access to all that water when you think of the structure of a Gothic Cathedral. A lot of people don't realize it but there's huge oak beams there's a whole structure between the ceiling and the roof and it's the network of Oak Beams. The roof would be a lead covered roof. Eight hundred years old. I've seen in museums gargoyles with molten lead spewing out their mouth you know cooling and freezing their when you've had a fire like this. I mean it's just a nightmare when I've got the cathedral bursts into flames. I agree one hundred percent with you. It was an absolute nightmare and it affected people in very strange ways being people who had no real religious connection with Notre Dom we're weeping in the streets and people around the world were mourning the fact that this edifice that too many represents the heart and soul of Paris was on the verge of destruction. No I understand that the nineteenth century spire which in your chapter you you say has five hundred tons of Oak. Two hundred and fifty tons of lead fell three hundred feet crashing to the ground. It's amazing that the entire church didn't collapse A lot of people don't realize that stone gets compromised in heat and giant stone. Buildings can fall down because of a fire with the firefighters who belonged to the French military. They're not part of the city of Paris Force went into action as if it was a military operation and the commander of the firefighters sent some of his team into the burning north tower risking their lives to try to cool down that tower. Which we still don't know one year later. Is it completely intact or does it need to be supported in some way? Now that must have been quite a dramatic decision because you can stand back and make sure nobody is endangers way and then the tower would have collapsed or you can send your firefighters in risking a situation like on nine eleven when the trade towers collapsed and all the firefighters inside would perish again. Thank goodness five. Hundred firefighters participated. They took the bold move they rushed in. They called the church and they say the north tower will general galet. Who is the commander of the firefighters spent time in Afghanistan and he had studied also the nine eleven tragedy in the United States? But he had to go to the president of France to get permission to send his firefighters in. Anybody told the president is if we don't do this. We're half an hour away from Notre Dom collapsing. That is amazing. You know we can more in the church. We can love the church but as hard get into the heart in the mind of Parisians. What does it mean to Paris? I mean it just seems like of course. You've got the zero point in front right. Everything is majored in France from the Notre Dame. Its place where they're kings have been coronated through the centuries in so many ways it's the cultural heart of the city even back before the advent of Christianity there was a temple. Can You Peter Right there? Can you talk a little bit about the Notre Dame as that heart and soul of the Great City of Paris? Notre Dame is on the field unless he tae which was where Paris was created. It's the very origin of Paris. Need sits there as not only a beautiful historical monument to museum but it sits there as the absolute essence of Paris So for French Catholics. It's a place of worship but for the rest of the French nation. It's really the origin of their capital city.
"notre dame" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"I'm sure you are high rated recruit coming out. What led you to the university of Notre Dame? Yeah. That's a great question for me. You know, when I was looking around, obviously, I wanted to play at a school that was that was great, you know, just on the football field, and you know, wasn't. So I kinda got a little bit older. So I was kind of a junior that I that. I realized that you know, I wanted something more than just being, you know, great football player. And for me is just Notre Dame was the best place in the country for football. And academe IX, you know, it's the top. I've been the school in the country, and you know, majoring marketing, so you know, it was very important to me that I chose the school that you know, was just as good athletically, academically. Of course, obviously coming in. You know, Notre Dame such procedures program as far as football goes. But also as you mentioned academe that had been a great drawl to you coming out of high school. Did you have any other competing offers to where something leads you to maybe Notre Dame outside of just the academics. Maybe coach or someone you talk to maybe a friend going there was there something outside of just the prestigious the athletics and academe IX drew to Notre Dame. It was close to home. It was you know, actually closer than you of. I then which is kinda crazy to think about but. Yeah, I think it was the closest division one school to me. So, you know, my families made it's a lot of the games of never too far away from home. I can always drive back. If I want to an hour and a half away, so known for me this made sense, you know, just, you know, academically, and of course, of course, of course. Yeah. That doesn't get on a sense being able to stay close to home to see your family and stuff while you're out, you know, obviously playing football at a high level and get your education. That's awesome coming in two thousand fifteen you had some other really top receivers on. Notre Dame's team will fuller equanimity Saint Brown guys who were in the NFL. Now having tons of success. What was that competition light coming in knowing that you were going to have to really work hard day in and day out to order to in order to have a friendly competition with those guys, but at the end of the day, you know, hopefully, come out on top of that competition. Yeah. You know, I think you said, you know, I think it was really just, you know, competitive all of us it was friendly. But at the same time, it's a would drove us ought to be great. You know, obviously will was the first one, but, you know, Washington's work ethic, washing them run routes. You know, Dan, day out never missing a practice with something that we all kind of envy, you know, you know, he's having injuries. Now, you know, hopefully, it gets better. So, but you know, will he was always, you know, very hard working guy sturdy, and we always knew that, you know, we can go to when the game on the line, then when he came he was exact same way we came in class. We will remain the first two years. So I mean, we're very close. You know, we still talk, you know, at least once twice a week. But no, I mean, you know, competing with those guys at something that you don't get a chance to do it every school, you know, whether or not you're behind them or starting over, but it's great in. And I think that's one of the reasons why I'm in this. And I am to that. Kinda wanted to offer that a little bit staying kind of on a similar subject..
"notre dame" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Doesn't mean that the the beforehand without this knowledge we were wrong. There's a terrier argument. I don't remember what it is. Yeah. It's it's a legal. It's a legal term on this post talk, ergo, propped, her heart post hoc aero that. Yeah thing. Yeah. Nick Sabin would say, you're you're basing it on the results not process. That's pretty much the same thing. So. Yeah. Yeah. The process itself gave us because. Well, it's it's it's crazy. How many people make stupid arguments about this not admitting? We have a tiny sample size in sport. That will never have a big sample size. The important things that the team playoff known as the busiest never gave us any blowouts, always close competitive games. Always both teams clearly deserving to be there and playing like we are back talking about Yukon again, speaking of significant authoritative, definitive sample sizes Notre Dame as an all time losing record against NC state. Oh, that's my second favorite. Notre Dame loss. Title. They refused to acknowledge the rain highly on plague calling because Notre Dame doesn't respect whether and yes, the rain can't wash away character never felt closer. I've never felt closer to not to to be today. Because if I had been coaching Notre Dame in that game. I can't say that I wouldn't have done the same thing. Like, you're not the boss, God Jesus can walk on water. That means he could plan his passing feet suck. It poseidon. Poseidon counterpoint. I'm just calling Notre Dame expensive NC state from here on out who. That's me, Nancy state. I don't think we should do. So naturally, this is also started the debate of hey, we belonged there for instance, could Dwayne Haskins quarterback of how state like oh. Yeah. Look at this phony. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe shouldn't lost Purdue. Also, by the way, maybe you guys shouldn't have had like, you know, had a terrible human for coach. Maybe that. That's honestly, like what effective people voting. They were like, I don't know you lose twenty something to Purdue. And also that all happened. What you definitely shouldn't do both of those like Notre Dame. That's That's a a mess. mess. Well, it'd be like choose one or the other is Notre Dame also has a terrible human for coach. But he didn't lose Purdue by by multiple touchdowns recently terrible. That's all people. Remember, don't assume don't assume this isn't a flimsy mount like a flimsy process that's malleable on the basis of snap human, emotions, and to be honest. Not real bright people making decisions at the top look up which coach when the coach leadership award. Integrity, respect goodness. Character. Podcast and are in Ohio State fan for of all thanks for sticking wickets. Second of all Haley's Zimmerman. How's it going? Second of all if you're planning on taking urban zombie. Sorry. If you're a student. This podcast at and you're planning on taking urban leadership class. Let us know home. I have court record record. Please record them send it to us just in on that. Yeah. Absolutely series of several questions for you. Live streaming, homey. Livestream Biard periscope Eero. Also, the third thing that that Ohio State students to hear did you eat a gram protein per desired body weight today, if you didn't go get it, bro. Cook it that get you in the playoff Fisher gains won't happen. Without it. The the other chorus that was piping up a lot during the playoff. Of course, was Georgia fans and players lots and lots of Moody's Georgia players, which that's fine. I think we sort of all agreed Georgia probably is one of the four best teams to use popular term on a really know. What the utility of that is maybe they can throw up her raid for that. Like UCF did banner says, you know, four best when one of four best teams made. That's what your your banner says final four final four. If you wanna. Yeah. Do it..
"notre dame" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Thank you Bill, by the way for for that win in our line because I don't I don't think that when came up at the last thread. I would say the biggest by the way the biggest banger of these would be LSU Notre Dame the DaMarcus Russell game. I'll ever member Amos number one draft pick jamarcus Russell. Yes. The one that gave us the moment where Troy Smith and jamarcus Russell were on the sidelines of a game. The next year being interviewed there at the same game. And jamarcus Russell was wearing the biggest Kugi sweater. I've ever seen in my life with a medallion over it like this huge ghost face style. Medallion and they asked Troy Smith, you know, I think it was Chris cow. It's names for FOX's perpetually clueless. And it goes like this. So many people, and is it is. But he has to what do you think of this water and this medallion about the haircut who has the I wha player exactly about America. Yeah. That guy he asked he kind of barges into this interview as these to these two like, you know, fresh out of college NFL guys. Like, hey, what do you think the sweater medallion and Troy Smith looks at it looks at him. And goes, I think it's very Representative of Alabama. Wow. One of the best on air answers. I've ever seen the other thing about an asking people for Notre Dame losses. It is it draws in. What I say United nation. I don't just mean college football nation, it draws in people who clearly have no interest in the games themselves by which I mean gamblers I had one answer from reader, Greg. That was just this these people who come in, and they speak as though the twenty thirteen national championship game was news. Greg says the championship beatdown where they came in his number one, but we're plus ten in Vegas. Bama covered. Cold. Also there was a football game. That's like somebody going and go man male mid thirties. Great heart rate early in nineteen twenty six rock knee blew off the game with Carnegie tech to scouted upcoming opponent. And Carnegie tech beat them nineteen to nothing. Yeah. This was Notre Dame of blue title shot because new rock name is too. Lazy didn't care enough. Do we know Notre Dame's all time win percentage against Yukon? One second, please vamp. I it's a whole bunch of OSs is that own one. Oh in one thousand nine. Biden grabs podium or the one to ultimate the perfect uconn record, of course, eight and five I'm not gonna look it up assuming that's the best record in school history. What could really what could be better think Mack? Matt Brown was talking in nineteen thousand nine such an underrated season. In terms of foam eighty. If only for that, right? If only for that, and for you know, like the longest most miserable like. Then like, it's a let's see two thousand nine and that's that's an Alabama your cause. Remember for the last ten years you like is it an Alabama year or not Alabama here? One of those. It was one of the first Alabama is fresh. No we were getting into. Let's also not forget that. Notre Dame is Owen to all-time against Oregon state, Oregon state. This is such a rich tapestry that I must have scrolled past fifty responses in this thread before you get to the first mention of the Bush push. Whereas what is this threat is this on Twitter? This is this is last night. I just I it was like a quarter ended the Bama Oklahoma game..
"notre dame" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Ooh. Album to the shutdown full cast. We're recording this on what December thirtieth two thousand eighteen. That's a good estimate. Thereabouts means a few things just happened. That means that. Well, we got to add to a list lustrous list a curated list. It's like a wine list at this point. They're the big by the glass ones that everybody knows. But there's some vintage stuff back their way down in the basement that I don't know. Maybe you pulled off a shipwreck was supposed to go to Napoleon. Right. And it's just been sitting there since like eighteen forty eight. Maybe it's something really really super curated. Like, I don't know if I was just going to spoil where we're headed like the time Notre Dame lost Tulsa. Yeah. Man, holly. This was the best question. I thought we could lead off with newer, the one suggested it what is it? Well, answer some point last year. And I don't remember the reason why I just started a threat of favorite Notre Dame losses because it turns out that knitter Dame does United nation. It is America's team in that everyone in America has a favorite Notre Dame football loss. You know, some of the some people are partial to the the last time Notre Dame ran up into ran up into the playoffs. We all remember what happened there Nick Sabin, buried them all screaming and of the dirt fits little child size spayed. Some people are partial to fifty eight seven loss to Miami. Gerry Faust last game, whereas you pointed out Jimmy Johnson ran up the score with his third string. Which I believe I've heard Jimmy Johnson quoted as saying what was I supposed to do. Third. Third-string was good. Favorite is two thousand seven navy that would be the ram veal game where he like they launched him like a cruise missile across the line of scrimmage at poor Evan sharply. And I forgot about this until kit. Rehn reminded me last night. Lou Holtz went on TV after this game. And said, I think it's just grace split navy so much energy into their football program. They should be studying ships. But but last night being board in the second playoff game Lee saw a very being very quickly bored. By the second game, we decided to bring this thread back, and it's amazing. How far you can go through this without finding a repeat? Did anybody have Notre Dame? Michigan two thousand eleven I feel like that was in there. But there were also a couple that I had never heard of they lost. And I had forgotten about the Tulsa loss at home in twenty ten which is up there with the second one that I learned about those new favorite, which is apparently a loss to Purdue at some point. I don't remember that at all. Yeah. I barely remember that the US f losses. And consider Purdue a rival. So it gets even more shameful. It was October nine third and goal down by five points produce sack the quarterback to run out the clock. Thanks to alert re- reader is male Mustafa after pointing that out October thirty two thousand ten is that also and by the way, JJ Kinney's finest hour, they converted on third and twenty six. You know, and I probably should say this. It was a twenty eight twenty seven win for you know, the golden hurricane if I can remind everybody they weren't playing tells the, Nope. Nope. Whole generation Tulsa football players got to go onto the same grass that Rudy probably cut and sold on EBay just last week for extra cash. Yeah. Another favorite one that. I was not aware nineteen seventy six Georgia Tech beat them in the rain running the wishbone and not throwing a single pass game. Only one loss at that point to eventual national champs tech finished four and six. Feels like the officials shutdown full cats Notre Dame lots yet. Can we do oral history of anyone who is still alive from this game? Yeah. Absolutely. Or of you're still live from the USF game too. Because. How many USF students is still alive is Brian Kelly still alive from that game out..
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Eleven remaining and Notre Dame by Chan now it comes on into gives gives back to Goodwin Goodwin. On over to Gibbs Gibbs over the midcourt stripe. Cross court to hub hub now Goodwin. Notre Dame's gonna burn some clock. A minute left. Twenty on the shot clock named by ten gives now on over to Harvey and Harvey is fouled and Harvey's been good at the line this year twenty seven of thirty five seventy seven percent, and he was four for four on Saturday against Purdue and just time running out here for Binghamton to make their comeback. Certainly Sessoms has done everything can his last segment knocking down desperation threes. But now you'd have to even if DJ knocks down one of these free throws we should be able to get out of here with the with the wind pretty safely Harvey seven points on the night at a career high tying nineteen. Eighteen against Purdue free throw on the way out of the remnant. Fouts wants bounced twice caught the edge dropped through the sixty five fifty four named by eleven Harvey will get another. Dips the knees fires it up, and it's good. Sixty six fifty four Notre Dame by twelve inbounds pass to Sessoms Sessoms racing down the floor. Sesame shovels out to Davis is three too strong. Rebound, Mooney and moody is fouled. Mooney. If he makes the free throw we'll have his six double double of the year. We should call this double double night. You're just trying to jinx this one too. Aren't you? I'm not trying to jinx anything. He's got. He's got he's got to shots here though. So he should.
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Notre Dame used on this. On this series to start the second half. They had to wideouts to either side of the way out near the sideline. In-between the number sideline. Really? Spreading out the northwestern defense. This is first down in fifteen for the northwestern. Forty to play action does Michael young in the fall numbers across the thirty yard line. Tackled at the twenty nine. It was a stop route to the near sideline here. He cuts back to the middle to pick up thirteen stop, roaming. He was faking a goal route stopped quickly so quick that the defender was about four yards off as Michael young caught that football. Excellent. Route running by the young fella nine ten accounting left in the third quarter from the shotgun. Invoked drops back Wadia. Todd look into the near side. Almost intercepted. The ball was duck down as he looked back here to boycott on the sideline the near sideline right in front of us in earnest Brown, the four offensive and got a big on it. It almost picked it all and that was the second time he came down with it before earlier in the at late in the first half. But got the ball knocked out by chase play pool and books got to put a little more air on that one bird doubted soon now nine oh, two left in the third quarter. Western Notre Dame all tied at seven. Territory. Notre Dame on the north western twenty nine in book from the shotgun. Gives inside the Dexter Williams. He's just as he crossed the thirty yard line. He's going to be a yard short of the first down inside a nine minutes now left in the third quarter clock ticking in bulk wants to get white back on the ball on fourth out in the yard. They're moving from right to left. He's in the shotgun. All the near hash, Dexter Williams detail back to his three wideouts to his teaching himself. Now puts it out to boycott catches it down Notre Dame. Incredible confidence in Iain book to Paul that play in book fake the hand off then sprinted left and threw the ball quickly. Unbelievable uncanny ability to run left and throw it their right arm on a strike, two miles. Boykin fake the inside gift rolled out the sideline and destroy about a five yard pass in front of him. The boykin I down Notre Dame. It's I intend now for the twenty-five northwestern for the shotgun book to pass across the middle. That's crispy crossing. Route catches it across the far has tapped into the twenty yard line between the hash and the numbers by backer. Patty, Fisher, I saw more count than ever for pets. But Gerald FitzGerald here at Notre Dame. Second down five Paul. That's what you're saying. At the halftime. They're gonna be playing cover to some zone in the back. Let some routes go underneath. And that's what fake did right there. Found a pocket underneath since player. This Dr second down five for the wildcat twenty seven forty five and counting pitched back to book from his thirty office. Back foot throws to the sideline at it's incomplete. He wanted chase play pool on the three was a hand off and it hits back to book wanted to go to the end zone. Nothing going on fires incomplete. It's now. Third down and five clock. Stop seven thirty seven left in the third quarter Notre Dame northwestern all tied at seven. Talking to his offense of live as he gets up on the ball. He has three whiteouts to his left to right third down and five dot western twenty empty backfield. Shotgun has it drops back. One. Step moss. It into the end zone. Boykin Notre Dame. Goes up thirteen to seven. Book to the four quarter of the end zone. Ed, six foot four miles boykin reached up high and came down with it in the back of the endzone thrown with the authority threading the needle between the safety and the corner Monterey hearts who's had himself. A game house was actually inside a little bit in books are big fella. Go to that. Right. Back pylon. Ron giving you a touchdown baby twenty yards both to boycott. Imagine they're taking a look at this one up top as do all scoring plays thirteen seven Notre Dame. You out to attack the extra point the Dow is up. It is good. Two miles boykin twenty yard touchdown. The extra point makes it fourteen seven Notre Dame seven twenty.
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of the Notre Dame fighting Irish. Traffic. It can be more stressful than that last. Second hail Mary pass. But Nissan changed the game. Nissan. Rogue has billable Nissan. Intelligent, mobility, like pro pilot assist. They can start and stop in highway traffic all on its own and help keep you Senate Nissan rogue. It's a game changer gets a Nissan proud partner of the Notre Dame fighting Irish. Pro pilot assist isn't available featuring cannot prevent collisions always monitor traffic conditions. Keep both hands on the steering wheel. See owner's manual for safety information. Welcome back to Evanston, five fifty nine left in the second quarter Notre Dame rope. Western all tied at seven San rock series is headed for New York City with Notre Dame plays host to Syracuse November seventeenth at Yankee Stadium could secure your seats by visiting Wendy dot com slash buy tickets or you can call eight hundred three and Irish compromiser Ryan Harris in the boot Jack Dolan all the field. Notre Dame defense right back on the field after three now or a short possession there by the Irish offense. The second quarter has really belong to north western. And if the offense chip long berserk dialing ups and scream passes to consecutive flips his second and third right there by the wildcat defense. If they're gonna blitz especially on the road. You wanna start using the screen game? Notre Dame did have one first down on that possession. But then punit away after the next third down. Clayton Thorson making us forty eighth consecutive start here for northwestern. Amazing in the shotgun. Moving from left to right on the near hash as three wideouts to his left, the freshman tailback Isaiah bouncer to his ripe ready for the ball as it inside kit. The bowser has across the thirty yard line dragged down at the thirty four. But on first down northwestern picks up thirteen yards tackle made by safety. Jalen Elliott, and they just follow Tommy Dole's. He pulled right to left opening up the lane.
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And someone is clutching his me. I mean, it's not that if you're not paying attention you're gonna trip on it. So that's a little bit unusual and for the kickers if you're on one hash or the other it is going to feel differently because most fields today are. Lat. This one is not it's a good old mid western long. Basically, it's not hybrid turf. It's manicured grass and part of the reason why that's a big deal. Why we're talking about it? Because guys are thinking about that. Whether it's going on the field making a tackle off the field as soon as they get near the edge. They're thinking, okay. This fields raised where am I put my feet where my putting my hands. So you're making guys think about one extra thing that they're not used to thinking of versus the northwestern. Wildcats are used to playing on this field is their home turf. So that it sounds small, but everything matters when you're playing elite level football, nine minutes, thirty seconds and counting now with the north western band out of the field is Jackson pointed out Irish and the Wildcats getting set to kick it off interesting inside the top ten here today here Ryan, we're always thinking about our game and keep an eye on other scores denied the TV. Michigan just behind gutter Dame there at number five in the college football playoff. Just having their way with Penn State up forty forty two to nothing forty two. Again, a win for a win for Notre Dame looking better and better as we go. Maybe Notre Dame should have been ranked number one. I don't know. And also, I think needing to look good here tonight. Yes to keep people's minds off of what Michigan did just behind him. Yeah. That as well. But the best news for Notre Dame. And this is the fun part. You know, people always say don't watch the scoreboard. Don't watch the score. Forget that you get to watch the scoreboard because you're in it because it matters because your rank number four and Alabama's playing LSU. So maybe once in the blue moon now Notre Dame fans get to be Bama fans roll tide tonight. Get those one loss Tigers out from in front of us. And let us move up a little bit you go. That would be nice eight minutes now twenty five seconds and counting before northwestern plays host to unbeaten and fourth ranks Notre Dame and in a matter of moments here, we're going to get you back to the studio. Get you updated on board than just the Michigan and Penn State game for the college football scoreboard. We're looking out to the field now purple tunnel leading out to the field through the far end zone. Once are left getting ready for northwestern to run out with their band lining. The middle of the field really there on the hashes from the ten all the way to the fifty forming an extension to that tunnels. We look and see the captains for northwestern. Getting ready to run out. Also, we got across from us a mezzanine here there shirtless on the mezzanine some of the students have their shirts off. I can't believe they're doing it forty degrees. Freezing out there about two hours ago north Western's lineman offensive and defensive linemen ran out with sleeveless shorts. You know, how you guys think it's a vacillating gain. You put vaseline on your arms your ears your fingers, your inner thighs. You gotta stay warm all over that vastly locks in the heat. No need it tonight. All right, seven minutes and twenty seconds and counting before Notre Dame. And northwestern kick it off here at Ryan.
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"To a website, solid dot com and flout the contact form. Please give us your suggestions today, though, as I said, the guest of honor is Michael junior of ESPN, formerly of Notre Dame. He was actually on her show a few months back with Dan today. It's just going to be the two of us. Talking all things Irish. So thank you again for downloading. And without further ado, here, we go. All right. I am joined now by former Notre Dame player current ESPN personality pleased. A welcome him back to the show. Mr. Mike Golic junior, sir. How are you? I'm doing great. Glad to be back. Glad we finally cut out the middleman to just get to the talk. That's really important that people actually care about here. We're cutting right to the bone now. So the last time you were on I need to ask this, Dan made me ask this. He gave you a recommendation for something called a Pensacola, which I believe was like a cold brew or some cold coffee concoction mixed with coconut LaCroix. Have you tried this at all? I did I gave the Pensacola shot, and it is a welcome addition to my caffeine arsenal. 'cause there's someone who gets up. Gets up pretty early through most of the week. And once they Dan also introduced me, the idea of the coffee nap on Saturday, I combined those combined those two ideas together to go the Pensacola and the coffee nap into one in a college football Saturday, and it is definitely changed. My my view inexperience of the weekend. The better the Pensacola slumber. Oh, man that sounds like a movie. Well, we're here to talk about Notre Dame. I wanna start here because I had a close friend who kind of caught me off guard a self-proclaimed Notre Dame hater, and he said, you know, I I kind of feel like I could root for this Notre Dame team. And obviously a caught me by surprise because I know the guy and hates Notre Dame. Normally I feel like I've heard a lot more of that this year. And there hasn't been shortage of story lines on the Notre Dame side of things which we can get into. But it has all been weirdly low key for a team. That is always someone in the spotlight. Am I crazy or are you detecting that sort of quality to the season as well? I am you know, I noticed it really from the beginning. And now, I think it's those of us that are closest to the situation always come in with a bit more trepidation. Maybe it's just me because I was part of so many seasons where I was on the team's doing the disappointing for our fan base. And for us with some of the losses that we put down during my time at Notre name. So I always go with a little more trepidation to the season. But I was being talked into how good this team could be by a lot of my co workers early on in the season. Trevor manage one of our analysts who's been beat the drum for Notre Dame since before the year started, and it really took for me getting out to a practice before the Michigan game that week and just seeing this team in person for the first time in two thousand eighteen and see some of the stuff we have there's a lot to like because you've. Got certainly a lot of guys that have been around there for a while you had the change in quarterback and in book bursting onto the scene, but I think you've got a lot of really talented guys. And and a lot of guys that have I think performed really well on a couple of big stages that Notre Dame's had so far this season. So it's like anything else when you perform well in prime time, people tend to notice pay attention a little more. And I think that goes a long way let's talk about that quarterbacks which Notre Dame. Of course, switches quarterbacks from Brandon wimbush to Ian book after three and start book comes on the offense is clearly been better, and I'm not so much. So prized that Brian Kelly would want to see if he could give them more. I guess I'm just a little surprised that actually made the move and did so definitively and very cleanly hasn't looked back at all. You'll remember the last time. I know you remember the last time there was a quarterback controversy at Notre Dame. It was a whole lot Messier than what we've seen go on this year. So..
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"For the Notre Dame fighting Irish an opportunity and a chance for the Irish is first home win against a top ten teams since two thousand and four. It's the eighth ranked Notre Dame fighting Irish and the seventh ranked Stanford cardinal boy. Do we have a treat as the to go head-to-head coming up in just over an hour from Notre Dame stadium? Hi, everyone drew Casey with you insider network studios and thanks for stopping by Notre Dame football right here on the Notre Dame radio network. Of course, the Irish have quite the number of rivalries in their storied history. You think of USC perhaps navy Michigan? Who the Irish have already beaten this season and tonight's opponent? The Stanford cardinal the two teams have met more than thirty times, including each of the last twenty one years and boy have there been some tense moments. We certainly expect much more of that coming up tonight. We've got lots to get to as we approach kick off just after seven thirty eastern Lear from head coach Brian Kelly. Of course, we'll check the scoreboard get our keys to the game. And hear what's being said leading up to today's game. But first, let's get it out to our crew will call this one live at Notre Dame stadium alongside Jack Nolan. Ryan Harris, here's the voice of the fighting Irish, Paul Burmeister ju-. Thank you very much so much to look forward to you talk about the rivalry in the history between Notre Dame and Stanford. But right, I'm looking at the list of lines aphids op Ed book, we got a peek last week a very good one. A what he can deal with the offense. Could look like with him at the control. He was over seventy percent. Well over three hundred yards of total offense accounted for five touchdowns. Pat on the back. That was great. Now, you're playing a top ten defense and a top ten team. Now, he gets a really seat answer this question. How good can this offense be with Ian book? And I think what the book he doesn't have to stretch too much the huge game as you mentioned last week. Not just the five touchdowns he produced but there are seven for seven in the red zone with touchdowns last week. So he's had tremendous success. He got that kind of nerves out of the first start of the season. He's too and all as a starter. So I look for Ian book to just stay within his game his physical traits and his confidence are one of the reasons why coach Kelly end this coaching staff placed him into the starting role because of how he's developed because of how he's grown. So they just see this at the next step in his progression. It's one thing to the early in the season as the backup quarterback even one with nice experience from the year prior in feel like you know, what I could get out there dude on Saturday. It's another thing to actually go do it and Jack, Ian finally did that last week did better than most people thought he would always thought that helps a quarterback in practice the next week. He just carry yourself in a different way. When you have that kind of start under your belt. You're practice. Would you see from Ian? And also if you'd like to go there, which you see from Brandon as well a good week for both players this week. Ian has confidence. He's always had confidence. I didn't see much difference there. He throws a nice football. But when you look at last week his average length of completion from the time line of scrimmage to work hit the receiver was five point six yards per throw. Brandon wimbush has a stronger arm. I expect Stanford to try to force Ian to throw deep. He can do that. He did that number of times this week in practice, very successfully. But Brandon wimbush took snatch with the number one team as well this week, including on Thursday, he has a stronger arm. So I expect Stanford to challenging, but they're also preparing Brandon if they need to to put him in if the situation calls for it. And right, I thought one of the reasons that Brian Kelly may become at that's how our offense is supposed to look after he saw what he did against Wake Forest so many more receivers gotten fall different pass. Catchers caught the ball. Allison Mack had a career game. Chase Klay poll was. There. So if like Jack says, they dare Ian to throw the ball more confidence. He gained last week. He would welcome. Yeah. And that's one of the things when when you say ten different receivers caught the ball that shows any lead understanding of the offense. That means Ian book knows where to go with the football and more than that. He also knows how to read the defense before the snap. Your a quarterback. Paul pre-snap. Reads are huge and tough to get to your development as a quarterback. So Ian book not only has the understanding of the offense. But also understanding what the defense is doing and where their weaknesses are. Now. Stanford plays zone defense with are going to be a lot of whole specifically in the five to fifteen yard window that I expect to take advantage of early and often art we're talking quarterbacks here, Jack, we gotta go to the other side. And it's really not a surprise that Stanford's four. No, if someone were told you that a month ago, your first question would be why wonder how many yards Bryce love is four. But really leading the way an offense for them rice has had a decent season quarterback. Jay, Kostelic, terrific Costello's. The reason that they are foreign oh there is no question about that threw for three hundred twenty seven. Yards and three scores against Oregon. He has been the leader of this offense in combination with a very tall and deep wide receiving anti in court. They had a six five tight end at six seven tight end all of their wide. Receivers are six to are larger, and I expect it to be that way again today because Ryan can talk to this. But Stanford's offensive line has been very inconsistent. They had to replace some key pieces. They haven't been that good breaks. Love has only averaging four point three yards per carry head a decent game last week. But it's been a passing Stanford offense and not a rushing Stanford offense and his led them to these victories as for the rushing offense for Notre Dame. It's gonna look a whole lot different today than it did a week ago, and drew when we come back here a little bit as we get closer to kick off will dive into the Notre daybreak game. That's coming up here in a little bit right now back to you in our network studios. Thanks for looking forward to hearing the commentary on that running attack for this week. We'll get it back out to you guys in just a debt for.
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"Remember what we're doing? Here goes out beyond the campus of Notre Dame in every conflict since the civil war Notre Dame graduates have fought for their country. We've trained officers to serve in the army navy air force and marines in both world wars Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf Iraq and Afghanistan this year, we've launched a new initiative, the office of military and veterans affairs to prepare veterans for college and help them graduate. It's who we are God country Notre Dame. How's that Gatorade? That's not Gary. It's something else. It looks like it tastes like it to what is it. Then new Gatorade zero all the electrolytes zero sugar zero sugar. That is something else. Pick up a new orange. Gatorade zero today. Oh, we got ourselves a cave here late in the fourth quarter at Notre Dame stadium. Three thirty nine. Lots Notre Dame leading Vanderbilt's twenty two to seventeen. Going nuts right now the famed Michigan video being played in the fourth quarter. Now, some might even call it a tradition big moment in the fourth quarter. You're going to hear this get up with an amazing video put together by Mike von and fighting Irish media gets the crowd on their feet after. We talked a lot prior to the game. Brought a kick off right about the senior quarterback cow Shurmur. Vanderbilt son of the giants head coach, Pat, Shurmur birdie first career started showing the kind of poise. Production. You would expect from someone who forty games of the SEC. Starting to get hot late first-half is at a strong second half. Steve is down by five three forty nine left in the fourth quarter. This place is absolutely rocket right now. Literally, people jumping up and down. Everybody making. Just ask for his football from the sideline. Results. Gave right up the middle. Stucco swirls moment gets across the twenty-five rate. Shock even his ballots to pick up body or before to bring up second down. Six Jillian, Laura it's tough defensively for the Irish wanna bring a lot of energy. State dry. Second down six boy Oxfordshire plenty of time. Fires complete I down across the forty five and out to the fifty Poseidon jerk picnic these over a hundred yards twenty six yard game picnic getting up showing some visible exceed relations. Dame's defense looking a little weary right now. But that doesn't mean you've seen this defense respond to big play after big play with often attornal. Cal server now twenty five out of thirty eight over three hundred yards inside of three minutes now hosted sent for the fifty. Blasingame. The tailback has it right up the middle. He's met at the line of scrimmage. Come to Papa drew tranquil says flying into that whole wrapping up excelling exploding through the body a physical tackle by the team, captain no gain second down sent two minutes. Thirty seconds left all three timeouts left for Vanderbilt. A senior quarterback with over three hundred yards passing in the shotgun to White House. She was right to to his left Irish rush. Four downfield left school barely missed. It just over his head. Julian love with the Celtics Notre Dame getting lucky they're both through tranquil and Tapan Coney felt they had the same player in coverage. Lipscomb wide open just sailed a little high by Shurmur their guttered ain't six defensive backs on the field. Griffith bride Elliott gilded Julian love is there. The crowd is here as well. Fall bringing the twelfth man Notre Dame stadium her down from the fifty. Dell server for the shock of walks up toss to his offense of line. Now is ready for the ball. Most out to his left in trouble. And just throws it away. Dalen Hayes got into the backfield through tranquil was there as well. It's fourth and Sam Venable has to go forward here. Paul. Excellent crash backlit Kareem Dalen Hayes Tony coming late in the running back to make one line of the front of the Irish. Vanderbilt. Thirty seconds. Vanderbilt now has two timeouts left to all nine laps Notre Dame leading twenty two seventy four th in San. I wonder if they're going to continue with the soccer. They're going to go forward if they punted away with two timeouts left. You wonder, you know, the only problem only two timeouts, and and if you get the ball back to really going to be at the same spot you're in anyways, not just on the field. But also needing to make one play one huge play to keep you going. So Vanderbilt Aiko Florida. You've got that senior quarterback claimed very well now twenty four out of forty three hundred eleven yards one touchdown one picks. It was I sick of the season with thirty one starts, you know, you were a quarterback. There's no situation than you're in that you don't believe in you understand how to handle your emotions in a big time play to really go through the process. It's the same way to run a first down play as the game winning play. Go through the process of this were sherman's experience is gonna come to be an asset near for Vanderbilt. Do you think about the kind of experience that is with those starts inside of SEC stadium size used to this kind of atmosphere? Down in San offense. Does come back on the field that huddled up from the right to left our near hats. The one for one converting on fourth down. But this is fourth attack. Sure. Has the ball Notre Dame washes four fires to the sideline complete? Oh my goodness. Late flag comes Dante von had the coverage. Look like an uncatchable ball. Incredible Dante von being inside the receiver turn outside. Marie. Komo's going out of bounds. Looking for the football. The ball thrown right to the bottom of the numbers inside. Unbelievable that that penalty was called vaunted. Coverage did get that left hand all top of the shoulder of Lipscomb late. There is the question as you pointed out wasn't even a catchable ball turning out to the sidelines. Inside of the bombing the numbers. I it said the Irish thirty seven blasting gave up the middle across the thirty-five brought down by drew tranquil after a gain of three clock ticking. Now, one fifty five fifty four vanity to doubts trailing twenty two seventeen. The big second down right here for the Irish second down second down seven thirty four back to the ground game blasingame. What tell by Tony before he got to the thirty yard line too. Another key third coming up ticking. One thirty one point nine, Tony, accelerating kidding. Before blasingame, really, creating tackle Jalen Elliott following up to make sure it's physical. Vanderbilt shot down and four from the thirty one to the air. The quick slant was white on the money junior. Was there? Incompletion fourth and four from the thirty one. Troy pride junior. Understanding the referees are calling a lot of penalties waited until the compared the ball. Then chopped his arm down to create that incompletion credible intelligence by Troy pride right there to understand what the situation of the game. How the game's being called and how he could change the created incompletion fantastic fought stop one fourth down four of the Notre Dame thirty one yard line. Exceed twenty two seventeen. Oh snap. There was four to pass fiery attend yard line. Complete completes. Over on downs. Back to the Irish Jalen Elliott, terrific coverage Lipscomb had his pants on it. Ryan couldn't bring it in. Lynn Elliott second game in a role. He has ultimately won the game for the Irish the catch was made on the way Tao Lipscomb had the ball ripped out by Jalen, Elliott, fantastic, technique, coverage and belief. Let's can had it in his arms had it in his arms. Jalen Elliott, creating incompletion. I think we might see a review it was a corner route he did come down with it. But as he hit the ground Elliott landed on top of them and jarred the ball loose one. Oh, seven left in the game. Notre Dame will take.
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The sun is out of the Irish offense. Played their best ball the year. Fifty eight seconds left in the first quarter daily Vanderbilt ten said nothing Brandon wimbush just had a twelve yard touchdown run. Justin. You has twenty six yards Bill and a special teams about ready to come out to the field to give the ball back to Vanderbilt. Let's go back to the field. Check in with Jack plug guys, I can reinforce what Ryan just said. I have a nice pair pick sold. Underarm running shoes on the bottom of my feet are high. I mean, that's one of the issues planning on Turkish both of you guys. Now, the good thing today is there's a breeze down here. So if you're full pads announce, it's still warm, and you have to hydrate quit. It's not the kind of oppressive heat that they had for example, the night of the Michigan what possible advantage for this. Notre Dame defense Vanderbilt's on the averaging sixty four offensive plays a game they huddle for every single Blake. So it's not the temple that has given them. Notre Dame Princeton victory. The Notre Dame offensive lines rotating on almost every other way to stay Energi. So this defense may have sufficient time to respite recover between snaps. It will be interesting to see at Vanderbilt price to play hurry up. I haven't seen him do it. So far this year or Jack? Thank you very much steak road. Watch out for the shoes. It's always tough Paul you reach your hand down as alarming into that. Rubbers? Allison the Heat's coming into your face on top of your back. You're thinking what the heck am I doing here? Jonathan door kicks it off from our left to our right tomorrow. Wakefield is deep sprints up and takes it from his own sixteen. Very short kickoff. And he gets out to the thirty three yard line return of seventeen yards on the short effort from door mccook point. It's not going to be happy with that kick landing right about. Either or high and that all neither right there. Vanderbilt had mild success on their first ride. They got it close to midfield on third down in one through tranquil with a great job pass defense. His buddy tae-bong county was in the face of cow Shurmur. They didn't get the first punted it back to Notre Dame. And they started that drive. They just finished from their own six yard line ninety four yards ending and a touchdown run from Bentonville. From twelve yards out fifty four seconds left in the first quarter Notre Dame leading Vanderbilt ten nothing. Will return after this message from Coca Cola fest tailgate Scott to be burgers and ice, cold coke, reentered hoops, and Saabs. Dodger dog passed me account. What you need a hot grill is cold coke come on. Race day. Tailgate in one one. Remember what we're doing? Here goes out beyond the campus of Notre Dame in every conflict since the civil war Notre Dame graduates have fought for their country. We've trained officers to serve in the army navy air force and marines in both world wars Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf Iraq and Afghanistan this year, we've launched a new initiative, the office of military and veterans affairs to prepare veterans for college and help them graduate. It's who we are God country Notre.
"notre dame" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Refurnish so-called today. Terrific way to start the season, so many seasons really go one way or the other name based on that very first game when you play a quality opponent. So what kind of carry over? Did you get this week when the guys back on the field would the great confidence boost in an armed confidence boost that they played so well against a quality opponent. Well, I think they know that they've established a standard, and they meet and exceed that standard each and every week. They're going to have an opportunity to win each and every week. So I think when you win a football game against a quality a team like Michigan. Then if you stick with a process that you've got a chance to win. So I think they did that this week. They've set a standard internally about the way they're going to prepare. And if they do that, it really doesn't matter who you playing whether it's ball state or Vanderbilt or or Virginia Tech defense so impressive in Khalid. Kareem the Walter camp football foundation defensive player of the week something that he earned both with his performance and his great. I didn't realize it standing on the sideline. I know. I know what you go through. It's not the best seat in the house. He really turned an ankle missed what a couple of plays went right back in there and continue to excel as a tough kid. And and he's you know, a guy that just keeps coming after you play after play. And I think you can say that about our entire defensive line. We were able to really cause havoc. We were worried about the havoc that the defense of Michigan would cause. And and they're really good defense. But I think the habit really would have to go to our defense that they caused the Michigan offense you were a very seasons. Coach when you took this job nine years ago, and even you took a while to adjust to the Notre Dame spotlight. So imagine folks listening at home how hard it is for a young man to adjust to that spotlight in the quarterback position. Brandon had a lot of focus a lot of pressure. A lot of questions. He played even better than I expected him to going into that game. I was really proud of him his preparation was different than it's been. I think the way he's prepared has been so much better and ethic that comes with experience. Like you said he went through it last year learned about the scrutiny in the spotlight of being the quarterback at Notre Dame. And he said, you know, what I'm gonna change. My preparation is preparation was outstanding. He was loose. He was confident and he played that way. To my knowledge the longest post game speech you've ever given a Notre Dame football team because you were so pleased with the effort the energy the preparation, but it was far from a perfect performance. What are you working on this week? What's that next step? You wanna see? Well, we're gonna finish off opponents when we have an opportunity to dominate our opponents we want to dominate them, and we had an opportunity. Michigan was ready to call call it a day, and we had an opportunity, and we did not put them away. And so we've gotta finish off for opponents, and we've got to have a better attention to detail especially in our special teams play. So as coaches as players that commitment to attention to detail has got to be better going into this second week, you know, everybody in the country. They're they're gonna flick it on and off quickly because they expect you the diehards are watched from beginning to end, but every to win this game and win merely by making sure you get to the stadium on time. But with your background in the MAC, and you look at this ball state team, you can legitim-. See some scenarios where they can cause you some problems. Yeah. I really like their quarterback. I mean, I think from from an offensive standpoint, I mean Riley Neal is that quarterback that could play at a number of big ten schools can throw it around. They're gonna early on people are going to start in on because he can rip it. He reminds me of a quarterback that I had it Cincinnati and Tony pike. They've got three really good running backs. It's a team that you have to be prepared for offense defensively they're on a three four defense. We need to be patient and run the football against them. The three four is very difficult because they have a lot of moving. We're patient. We should be able to run the football. But we got to keep an eye on their offense. You crowd last Saturday night just spectacular. But this is a little unusual in that ball state's got a lot of grads up here in state school bunch of guys on the team from around here. It will not be surprising. If they have some success that they've got support in the stadium today. Well, they'll have some support. There's no question. But I think by and large our students here. They'll be out in force. And this is a really good football team. So I think our Notre Dame fans are gonna wanna see us play. And again, I think at the end of the day ball state may have their alums out there to come and see them play. But Notre Dame fans will be in the stadium today. All right moments away from sandy your team out in the field. What's your final direction of words of encouragement? Well, again, stick to the process, Plato our standards. We don't have any other way to play here at the university of Notre Dame. And I expect our players to live up to that coach. Thank you. Good luck tonight. Thank you back with more from Notre Dame stadium a moment. But first this word from frontier communications, it's.
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"I've heard for a long time and I am. Yep. He's back. I really like drew trying tranquil. Yup. He's in like sort of a hybrid role will drop into coverage lot at from linebacker position and take on a bunch of different types pass catchers you get after the quarterback. I think he is a sort of prototypical versatile defensive player for twenty eight team. I think he's great. And because of this defense, even with a new defensive coordinator, even with on offense, cycling a couple new offense of Lyman to take over for two great, right. Notre Dame players. It's hard to see them losing more than four games. Oh my God. Yeah, there would say four losses. Eight wins four losses. Eight wins foreign eight. There isn't a team on the schedule that you look at it first blush and say, that's a definite loss, right? You know, I feel I feel pretty good about Notre Dame. All the pieces are here, and I still think it's gonna be a potent offense. But I I have questions about running back wide receiver, offense of line. The biggest one I have mentioned me at his Brandon wimbush. He is truly the x. factor. I have ripped on wimbush since week, three of last year. So today I'm gonna try and strike more of a hopeful tone, Dan, okay. He's a dynamic runner. If he can become a more reliable. Able a more confident passer. Notre Dame could be a contender who knows, Brandon. Wimbush scares defenses more than anybody else in that room. Totally right now it seems like he is entrenched as the starting quarterback. Yeah, it'll be interesting to see. Brian Kelly hasn't quick hook in that Michigan game depending on how things go. I don't know how entrenched he is at the quarterback spot. We saw what happened down the stretch last year. Kelly went to Ian book more than once. So I got real questions about where this is all headed. I think a lot of it falls on the shoulders wimbush. I do agree with you though. I think eight and four is probably the floor, and there is a lot of room to grow in that schedule. Ovar Notre Dame fan. Yes. If I were Notre Dame fan, I'd be a little disappointed, Florida state weren't earlier in the schedule. Yes, that's fair. And this would have been a very good year for USC to come to south bend with inexperienced quarterback, but even with Sam darnold USC did. Nothing at south bend last year. So I, I would assume feel pretty good about that. It doesn't come after a big emotional game elsewhere that USC game on the road. So it shapes up pretty well for Notre Dame. Totally. Yeah. Eight and four. Zero floor defense is going to be rock solid. Offense really has to prove itself. They're going to be a lot of new naked Dexter. Williams can Tony Jones fill the void at running back. Just a lot of questions for me about who the contributors are going to be around, Brandon wimbush. Do they have a good tight on this year? Is it is mass back Allison, Mack is back. Yeah. Okay, that's good. I mean, traditionally they've had good tight end play to to bail them out thirty eight. And that seems like it would be helpful Bush. So it looked the offense was really good in spots last year too, but what ended up happening against teams better defenses. They figured out Brandon wimbush Nettie couldn't throw or that he wasn't confident throwing from the pocket. They need to add another dimension to that offense this year, and whether it's wimbush or book or filled your co, Vic, the last four games of the year. I don't know. They have to find some way to add a little bit more spice to keep teams in and some of these defenses off ballots..
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"What all the boys smoking these days. And here's your host, Ty Hildenbrand hey, what do you say tie? How are the fellas looking? Are they gonna give the pretty boys from Southern Cal run for the money, Wham, bam. Slam couple, go Irish. Are you done yet? Yeah, I'm done. Do a very convincing like nineteen twenties voice. Thank you. Thank you. Notre Dame. My beloved fighting Irish. They went nine three. A year ago they did. I put a lot of thought into my Notre Dame preview this year. I jotted down my notes at four thirty in the morning. I couldn't sleep because we were in the process of preparing for this show and Notre Dame was on the docket. It woke me up early. I had to get up ahead of capture my thoughts. There is objectively a lot to like about this. Notre Dame football team this season by Mike, how we got fifteen started back from your ago, nine of which on defense. If you listen to this show on the regular Dan, you know, we've been talking about the defense since sometime in June theft. Markley. The new defensive coordinator was one of my pivotal people If I don't don't pay. pay the twenty thousand season, the very good at linebacker with Dave on Coney really good in the secondary with guys like Julian love. So really good about where they're going to come in with the back half that defense to things that normally don't go together is Notre Dame and a good secondary. But I think they have it again, so it hurts to lose Mike Elko and all that. But the defense is still going to be really good for sure. Most of my questions are going to be an offense. Did you see that one coming Dan? I yeah, I guess I did time. Yeah, I'm right there with ya. The offense loses Josh Adams to the NFL. They lose Dion MacIntosh, got booted from the team. So there are questions at running back. They lose equity, Mia, St. Brown who left early and Kevin Stephenson. He also got booted off the team back January, and you know, we talked a lot about the q. last year and I was big tall freak of Netflix and all that, but Stephenson was actually their most consistent deep threat. And he led the team in receiving touchdowns trope. And then on top of all that Quinton Nelson, Mike mcglinchey, too high profile offense of lime in they go in the top of the NFL draft. Notre Dame's crude really well on the line. They're going to be fine, but that's, that's. That's a lot to lose. Right. That's a lot. Oh yeah. I mean, they've developed really well along the line, but they lose their offensive line coach end up seeing the NFL. Yeah. So different guy, their schedules actually. I mean, we're calling this late July and this is something we do every year. We say not him schedule's, not too bad than we get to the end of the season like, wow, that was that was rough, but in looking at it and late July, I'm going to keep that up because yes, Michigan should be tough, but that's in south bend, yes, the the one to going to San Diego to play navy and then going to northwestern and then Florida state. That's pretty tough going to USC before it ever reason. It just doesn't stack the way previous is scheduled, and this is the kind of schedule you build for yourself back in the old days of like NCWA fourteen, yeah, I know a good year to travel to Virginia Tech. Granted, it's after it's a body blow game after Stanford, but I, I don't love the Stanford defense. You wanna have that aim minus schedule so you can be a contender, but you wanna space it out. So the tough games aren't all back to back. Jerry Tillery is a member of the immortal Kvant tarpons. Yeah, because I believe Cherrie Tillery was on this defensive line when we started the show two thousand eight, Jerry Tillery name..