On this big Wednesday Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com, Doug Lesmerises, Nathan Baird and Stephen Means run through a bevy of questions from text subscribers.Among the topics:Which new Notre Dame coach would be the worst news for Ohio State?What type of defensive coordinator candidates should the Buckeyes look at?What's the over-under on expected number of OSU coaching changes?Who should be Ohio State's No. 2 running back next year?How can the linebacker room change?Should the Buckeyes have taken the ball to start the Michigan game?What were the biggest variables in Ohio State's loss?Are the Buckeyes built for comebacks?What are their bowl possibilities?Should there be chatter about the Chicago Bears and Ryan Day?Thanks for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
BlueandGold.com's Mike Singer chats with former Notre Dame linebacker and captain Mike Goolsby about Brian Kelly taking the head coach position at LSU, discuss whether Marcus Freeman is ready for the lead job in South Bend and so much more.
News broke Monday night that Brian Kelly is leaving Notre Dame for LSU. Stew and Bruce react to the news and discuss the details. Who made the better hire, USC or LSU? The coaching carousel is spinning out of control and Stew thinks it doesn't reflect well on the sport. Bruce gives his shortlist of 3 candidates who could get the Notre Dame job: Matt Campbell, Luke Fickell & Marcus Freeman. Plus, thoughts on Lincoln Riley's introductory press conference at USC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was a wild day in college football, as Lincoln Riley is off to USC and Brian Kelly is headed to LSU.What is next for Oklahoma and Notre Dame? And what does this mean for Luke Fickell and possibly Marcus Freeman?And why does Michigan insist on talking like they've won a decade's worth of games after just one win over the Buckeyes?There was so much happening on Monday that Tom Orr and Tony Gerdeman had to go live Monday night to talk about it. They were also joined by Kevin Noon to discuss everything going on and to answer questions during the live stream.
Bruce Feldman, a college football reporter for FOX Sports and writer for The Athletic, joins the podcast to discuss where Notre Dame fits in the College Football Playoff discussion, what the playoff committee should focus on with the top teams in the country, how head-to-head games should matter, what the head coaching market for ND defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman will look like this offseason, if schools are gaining an advantage by firing their coaches early, how much he tracks his "Freaks List" during the season and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen and make ND-Georgia Tech predictions in "Place Your Bets" (26:55) before answering questions from Twitter (34:51).
Jamie Uyeyama of Irish Sports Daily stops in to break down what Tommy Rees and Marcus Freeman have been up to this season, as well as a discussion on how the 2021 Fighting Irish season fits into the grand arc of the program.
There's no fancy/funny title this week. This was very much a Notre Dame/Navy experience for the most part. Boring as hell to watch, ending (thankfully) was never in doubt. Yet there were still some incredible highlights, mostly centered around Navy not scoring a touchdown which might be one of the wilder things we've seen in this series in some time. Apparently this was driven by Marcus Freeman making sure the scout team made life hell for the defense, which is some next level coaching evil. The offense largely did their job against a bad defense, leading to one of the shortest recaps of anything all time. Not going to lie: will not miss covering/recapping this series ever again--and it's going to keep going for at least another decade. Y'all have fun with that! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
The Backer - JD Bertrand joins Jac Collinsworth for this week's ND on NBC podcast to discuss playing for Marcus Freeman and how this year's defense has allowed him to shine. JD also talks about what new ND on NBC analyst Drew Brees has taught him about football and how learning from the ND offense can make JD better on defense.
Rick Minter, a two-time defensive coordinator at Notre Dame, joins the podcast to discuss the challenges of stopping Navy's triple-option offense, how a defense can create a scheme specific for this week, if it's harder on defensive linemen or linebacker, how Marcus Freeman has done in his first season as Notre Dame's defensive coordinator, the impact of safety Kyle Hamilton's injury, what it takes to improve two-minute defense and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen makes ND-Navy predictions in "Place Your Bets" (31:13) before answering questions from Twitter (40:12).
Notre Dame defense certainly missed Kyle Hamilton in their tilt against North Carolina. The offense, on the other hand, missed nothing. Even with the knowledge that the Tar Heel defense is, well, garbage, Shane and I came away incredibly impressed with what the Irish did on the offensive side of the ball. We also fangirled over Kyren Williams' 91-yard touchdown run that looked like it came straight out of a video game. Even though the defense struggled, we don't have too much concern, especially considering the games remaining. We project a bit on what our defense will look like against Navy and also ponder if we perhaps jumped the gun on expectations for Marcus Freeman pulling off a lockdown defense in year one. The Irish just keep on winning and making these episodes very easy. It's hard to complain, even though we try. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
The guys are back to preview Saturday night's tilt in South Bend between intersectional rivals. After a year hiatus thanks to the global pandemic, the annual showdown between Notre Dame and USC is back. We discuss the ebbs and flows of the rivalry in a dialogue that at times may seem like a therapy session. We both really hate USC, and are looking forward to extending the Irish win streak against the Trojans to four. After a preview of what we expect to see Saturday night, we're joined by former Irish captain Joe Schmidt. Be sure to tune in as we reflect on his playing career and touch on this year's team and more specifically, the multiplicity of Marcus Freeman's defensive scheme. Go Irish, Beat SC.
On the October 2nd, 2021 edition of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union's Irish Sports Saturdays, host Angelo Di Carlo chats with former Irish linebacker and captain Rocky Boiman in our Focus on Faith interview. Rocky is a Cincinnati native and lives and works in his hometown so he knows all the storylines heading into the top 10 showdown between Notre Dame and Cincy well. We discuss the matchup as well Brian Kelly and Marcus Freeman's ties to Cincy. Rocky also reflects on his days at Notre Dame and a great story about how he almost quit football right before winning a Super Bowl with the Colts. Rocky also discusses his faith and how he converted to becoming Catholic going through the RCIA program as a kid. You can pickup a copy of Rocky's Book, Rocky Rules here: https://www.amazon.com/Rockys-Rules-Playbook-Becoming-Challenging/dp/1949248259 Thank you to Notre Dame Federal Credit Union for being the title sponsor of Irish Sports Saturday: notredamefcu.com/ ----- Live: www.redeemerradio.com or download the Redeemer Radio App Follow Redeemer Radio 95.7 Sports on social media:www.facebook.com/957Sports www.twitter.com/957Sports Follow Redeemer Radio on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/RedeemerRadio www.Twitter.com/RedeemerRadio Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple | Google Play | AnchorFM | Spotify | RSS Redeemer Radio is the non-profit Catholic radio station serving the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
On the October 2nd, 2021 edition of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union's Irish Sports Saturdays, hosts Angelo Di Carlo & Kevin Downey break down the top 10 matchup with Cincy at Notre Dame Stadium. TONS of connections between these programs including with Brian Kelly, Marcus Freeman and Mike Denbrock. Can Notre Dame's offensive line have some success against Cincy's defensive front? Can the Irish contain the Bearcats' electric quarterback Desmond Ridder? Who will play quarterback for Notre Dame today? How much of a difference does it make? Our interview is with former Irish captain Rocky Boiman who is a Cincinnati native and gives his take on the matchups and the storylines surrounding it. The guys wrap up the show with the gameday sprint looking deeper into the battle in the trenches and give their keys to the game and predictions. Thank you to Notre Dame Federal Credit Union for being the title sponsor of Irish Sports Saturday: notredamefcu.com/ ----- Live: www.redeemerradio.com or download the Redeemer Radio App Follow Redeemer Radio 95.7 Sports on social media:www.facebook.com/957Sports www.twitter.com/957Sports Follow Redeemer Radio on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/RedeemerRadio www.Twitter.com/RedeemerRadio Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple | Google Play | AnchorFM | Spotify | RSS Redeemer Radio is the non-profit Catholic radio station serving the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
It's nothing personal, it's strictly business. Wide Receiver Braden Lenzy joins the podcast to talk about Notre Dame's big win over Wisconsin and what it was like watching QB Jack Coan go down against his former team and have teammate and friend Drew Pyne step up to lead the offense. The reunion theme continues this week in South Bend with a Top 10 matchup against Cincinnati. Lenzy talks about Irish Defensive Coordinator, and former Cincinnati coach, Marcus Freeman is preparing for his old team and why the Irish players are channeling their inner Michael Corleone and treating this game as strictly business.
Pete Sampson and Matt Fortuna are joined by The Athletic's Justin Williams to discuss Notre Dame's upcoming game against Cincinnati. Are Bearcats fans more interested in the Brian Kelly or Marcus Freeman storyline? Plus, what can the Irish expect from the Cincinnati defense? And game picks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joshua, Jude, and Brendan cracked open a cold can of pod machine to talks about Notre Dame's 41-13 win over the Wisconsin Badgers. In this episode: HELLO! The FOX broadcast and King Gus Johnson. REVIEWS! Would you trade a couple of wins this year to prep for a better next year? Gloating about being right about Wisconsin, because we have been right about Wisco - VINDICATION! Trashing a Vannini. What are you mad about? Philip's fun adventure. Jack Coan, Drew Pyne, Tyler Buchner, Andrew Hendrix and more. We talk about the Notre Dame quarterback situation in a different way. (Josh admits being a little wrong and makes a prediction). Notre Dame's 31 point quarter. Was it less impressive than a 14 point quarter? Braden Lenzy. Marcus Freeman is rolling. GREEN JERSEY GREEN OUT STUFF. Making sure our stance about Brian Kelly and a statue is clear. Team chemistry. Brendan stole Josh's thunder, but a Kyle Hamilton rant ensued. Beating our chests about being right about other things. Was that a BLOOD WEEK? Some Cincinnati stuff. And plenty more weaved in and out of the show. Please RATE and REVIEW! All reviews left on Apple Podcasts will be read on the next OFD Podcast. Go Irish! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I wish I could take full credit for this episode's title, but that honor goes to @ndlauren who graciously let me use her comedic genius during Saturday's fourth quarter fireworks. There is very little to complain about in this one. Coan could find a bit more accuracy and the offensive line held together by the thinnest strands of duct tape could block better. But even with those issues, Notre Dame has this crazy confidence about them that has somehow filtered to Shane and I as well. It sure doesn't hurt that special teams put on a clinic and Marcus Freeman reminded everyone why he was the hottest name for defensive coordinator. That all being said, we understand there are some corners of the internet that still want to be mad about things, particularly about Brian Kelly eclipsing Knute Rockne's win record. Don't worry, we have something for your sour ass too! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
A week that didn't seem like there would be many interesting storylines on the football field turned out to be... fantastic! Former football coach and current president of Student Athletes Advocates, Scott Laigo joins me to discuss a variety of topics after a fun week four in college football. Scott will also discuss the differences between a core GPA versus an accumulative GPA. Important information for student-athletes. Notre Dame defeats Wisconsin, as the Irish stay undefeated in the Shamrock Series and at Soldier Field. We discuss the win and the great defensive play led by their defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman. Down goes Clemson. Down goes Texas A&M. As Sam Pittman and his Razorbacks have now claimed the state of Texas with two huge wins for a program that had lost 19 consecutive SEC games. Can't watch us? Be sure to listen to NYSEA Radio on your favorite listening platform. We're on Apple, Spotify, iheart, and many others. Music: Bensound
Good news, everyone! Things are improving with Notre Dame! While the offense still has some things to work through, particularly Jack Coan having some odd accuracy issues, there are signs of an explosive offensive ready to break out. The offensive line, despite considering you, yes you, for LT, performed admirably. Marcus Freeman and the defense continued their path to improvement, featuring an actual smart us of the three lineman dollar formation that gave Purdue fits. Better yet, the whole giving up multiple 60+ yard plays each game died a wonderful death. All sides of the ball still have some work to do, but the positive signs are there. Come join Shane and I as we give our thoughts on Notre Dame's first spread-covering victory. This episode is brought to you by Homefield Apparel, where you can receive 15% off your first order with code LOYALSONS and If These Walls Could Talk - Stories from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Sideline, Locker Room, and Press Box by Reggie Brooks. Get your copy here and use code WALLSND25 for 25% off your order. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
Thankfully, the frustration within this episode comes from a win. While this season definitely seems to be of the caliber of "holy crap, is anyone even good?!" (which we go into detail in our Patreon Exclusive episode), there are some major concerns for Notre Dame going forward. We talk about whether Jack Coan or Tyler Bucnher should start against Purdue, if Marcus Freeman needs to burn part of his playbook to save his own head coaching aspirations, and question if Peacock actually wanted to broadcast another ND game ever again with the way they handled it. There's a lot of ground to cover and a lot of angst to get out. Buckle up. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
BlueandGold.com's Patrick Engel hopped on the radio with Darin Pritchett on WSBT Sportsbeat AM on Friday, Sept. 10. They discussed Notre Dame's wide receiver situation following Lawrence Keys III's departure and Xavier Watts position switch, receivers who might be called upon more, the offensive line, defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman's first game and more.
Greg Flammang from uhnd.com joins the show to discuss the near nightmare that was the Irish opener in Tallahassee. Luke had boots on the ground and almost spontaneously combusted watching the fourth quarter. Kyle Hamilton, Jon Doerer, and Jack Coan played hero for the Irish, while the rest of the defense and the run game struggled mightily. We discuss what it all means, and where Marcus Freeman and the defense go from here. Winning is hard, and apparently so is having a sense of humor these days after seeing the reaction to Brian Kelly's execution comments. Join us for therapy as we try to rationalize where Notre Dame goes from here.
Jessica Smetana joins for a recap of Notre Dame's 41-38 overtime victory in Tallahassee, including how new faces Jack Coan and Marcus Freeman performed. (This was recorded prior to Brian Kelly's Monday afternoon press conference.)
Let's be honest, the game could have and should have gone a lot better for the Irish. After having an incredible dominating opening, Notre Dame sputtered to an overtime victory, watching an 18-point lead completely disappear in the fourth. Marcus Freeman watched his Notre Dame honeymoon come to an end by inexplicably putting his defense in a three man front. Notre Dame's rushing offense struggled, but Jack Coan had a record-breaking debut. And *checks notes* Brain Kelly wants to execute his team?! Also, if you miss the national recaps, make sure to head over to the Patreon to toss in $1 for exclusive access to those bonus episodes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/herloyalsons/message
On the September 4th, 2021 edition of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union's Irish Sports Saturdays, it's our debut episode for season 4 of our show! Hosts Angelo Di Carlo and Kevin Downey breakdown the upcoming Notre Dame season and preview the opener at Florida State. Can Notre Dame overcome the hostile road atmosphere Sunday night? Will it look like the Louisville game from 2019? Or worse? What should we expect from Jack Coan at quarterback and will the offensive weapons around him outweigh the lack of experience on the new look offensive line? Plus, Notre Dame has a new defensive coordinator in Marcus Freeman. How will the "D" look in 2021? Our special guest is Notre Dame grad Dillan Gibbons who will start AGAINST the Irish for Florida State on Sunday night after transferring from ND. Dillan has a unique story beyond that including raising more than $50,000 for a Notre Dame fan with serious medical issues. It's an inspiring story and interview! The guys wrap up the show pondering what to expect from Florida State's quarterback situation and by giving their game prediction and season predictions. Thank you to Notre Dame Federal Credit Union for being the title sponsor of Irish Sports Saturday: notredamefcu.com/ ----- Live: www.redeemerradio.com or download the Redeemer Radio App Follow Redeemer Radio 95.7 Sports on social media:www.facebook.com/957Sports www.twitter.com/957Sports Follow Redeemer Radio on Social Media:www.Facebook.com/RedeemerRadio www.Twitter.com/RedeemerRadio Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple | Google Play | AnchorFM | Spotify | RSS Redeemer Radio is the non-profit Catholic radio station serving the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend
Florida State Football faces their first opponent of the season this Sunday in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly has had the fighting Irish rolling over the past few years. Playoff appearances are beginning to seem like the norm in South Bend but if there is a time for them to stumble it's now. They're having to replace two of the leaders on last year's playoff team in long-time quarterback Ian book and defensive leader Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah. These are huge losses for the team but there are many that still believe in the Irish's ability to reload for the coming season. Offense One of the reasons for their recent success comes from their offensive scheme which is conservative enough to become innovative in the spread heavy landscape of today's football. Some staples of this scheme are: The use of multiple tight end sets- usually in bunch formations Using pre-snap motion and larger personnel to overwhelm the smaller hybrid defenders in today's defenses Lots of pulling linemen A quick and easy passing game Leveraging their running game to open up play-action shot opportunities Defense There's a new sheriff in town leading the Irish's defense. Marcus Freeman, who led one of the better defenses in the country in Cincinnati last year, is looking to translate that success to Notre Dame. The defense will trust its secondary in man coverage- much like Clark Lea's defense did before him They will feature predominately one high safety looks They have a hybrid 3 down front- that often uses linebackers as inserting lineman Heavy technique by the ends allows them to have more agile hybrid linebackers on the outside- Look for standout Safety Kyle Hamilton to potentially make an impact here These concepts are hard to grasp with mere bullet points. For a better understanding and film analysis, this video breaks down everything you need to know before watching FSU face off against the Fighting Irish. Conclusions This Irish team is a hard one to project. Transfer quarterback Jack Coan may be the answer they need to bridge the gap after Ian Book. Kyle Hamilton may be able to make Marcus Freeman's defense one of the best in the country. It's hard to know for sure. But what I do know for sure is that it's football season and there is no better time of year. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomahawknation/support
Dennis Dodd, national college football writer for CBS Sports, joins the podcast to discuss the bevy of changes across college football this offseason, the effects of conference realignment, the future of the 12-team playoff, Notre Dame's most difficult game in 2021, the expectations for Jack Coan and Marcus Freeman, the Irish player that intrigues him the most, Brian Kelly's legacy and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen make season-long predictions in "Place Your Bets" (25:13) before answering questions from Twitter (31:37).
#TheFreemanFactor #CoanZone Context: This was an interview aired on the golf channel. The show discussion was about race and sports, it was a very solid, productive talk. This little nugget certainly piqued my interest...
Sean Stires opens the show with some comments from Notre Dame defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman and some thoughts on the decision Bears head coach Matt Nagy will have to make with Justin Fields this season. Hear from
Darin Pritchett hosts Sportsbeat AM heard weekday mornings from 6-to-9 on Sports Radio 960 WSBT. On Wednesday's show, the latest on the Irish defense from coordinator Marcus Freeman. Darin's biggest question mark at this point in camp
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team preview series with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 2.0. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) is joined by comedian and Notre Dame alum Danno Carter (@hypodanno) as the duo keys in on Notre Dame's previous season and what we should expect from the Irish this upcoming season. Could the Irish run the table at make the college football playoffs yet again? How will Jack Coan do in the Notre Dame offense? Will Brian Kelly get the Irish over the hump? What does the hire of Marcus Freeman mean for Notre Dame? Will the Virginia schools be the hardest opponents for the Irish? Does Florida State pose a threat against Notre Dame? We talk it all on this special Notre Dame Fighting Irish edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Mike Golic Sr. joins the podcast to discuss his observations from Thursday's Notre Dame football practice, Brian Kelly's evolution, how Jack Coan can succeed, his impression of Marcus Freeman, the new NIL rules, what he'll be doing this football season, why he lives in South Bend half the year and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen make more season predictions in the Place Your Bets segment (22:54) before answering questions from Twitter (32:25).
Chris opens the show by sharing some personal interactions he had during his past with Coach Bobby Bowden. He breaks down the 2021 Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He also gives us a look at Boston College, Pitt and Wake Forest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris opens the show by sharing some personal interactions he had during his past with Coach Bobby Bowden. He breaks down the 2021 Notre Dame Fighting Irish. He also gives us a look at Boston College, Pitt and Wake Forest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
College football analyst Phil Steele, whose annual College Football Preview has become a staple for reporters and fans, joins the podcast to discuss his 2021 edition, how the Irish will fare this season, the biggest question marks for Notre Dame, what he expects from quarterback Jack Coan, what impact defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman will make, where he ranks head coach Brian Kelly and more. Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen make season predictions in the "Place Your Bets" segment (20:14) before answering questions from Twitter (29:02). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're officially declaring this the start of season 2 and fittingly, our guest, Tommy Rees, is about to enter his second year calling plays for the offense. After breaking out a new intro, we discuss Luke meeting the other coordinator, defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman, at the Rockne Gala in Chicago last week. The man knows how to command a room. With Tommy, we talk playbook development, quarterback evaluation, his relationship with Ian Book, and his own playing career under the Golden Dome. The rumors are true-Tommy would like to come back as an offensive guard in his next life. After a fun interview, we discuss the item sweeping the college football news cycle-conference realignment. One of us really doesn't care for conferences and the other is growing very tired of Texas A&M fans. This episode was a blast, so be sure to check it out, as well as the written work we've recently put out on the site!
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team preview series with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) & Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the Irish roster and project just where Notre Dame will be finish this upcoming season. Is this the year Brian Kelly takes the next step for Notre Dame? Will Jack Coan be able to fill the shoes for Ian Book? How will Marcus Freeman be with the Notre Dame defense? Does the Irish schedule break well for them? Will the Notre Dame offensive line be able to make up for all the losses? We talk it all on this special Notre Dame Fighting Irish edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Notre Dame defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman joins The Shamrock! What has his relationship with Luke Fickell done for his career and his personal life? How important is coach-to-coach trust? Plus, how did Brian Kelly recruit Freeman to South Bend in the offseason? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Doug Lesmerises and Stephen Means look at recruiting on the current roster on the latest edition of Buckeye Football Futures on Buckeye Talk.They discuss:How the Buckeyes stack up to other teams in Blue Chip Ratio.The top-100 recruits on defense.The top-100 recruits on offenseA texter poll result regarding Kerry Coombs and Marcus Freeman.It's a tidy little Buckeye Talk as things prepare to gear up next week for Big Ten Media Days. Thanks for listening to another podcast from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Doug Lesmerises and Stephen Means take questions from Ohio State text subscribers on the big Wednesday Buckeye Talk. The final question is about when Michigan will ever again be a favorite and beat Ohio State as a favorite ... which might not happen for a long time. Plus there's a discussion about Kerry Coombs and Marcus Freeman; what Ryan Day might learn about handling Quinn Ewers from Justin Fields; and what the expectations for Ohio State will be in a 12-team playoff. Lots of questions, lots of answers and thanks for listening to Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On this Thursday Buckeye Talk, the topic isn't Buckeye Football Futures, because this week's recruiting episode was the Monday Buckeye Talk on the commitment of J.T. Tuimoloau. So it's a regular football episode, where Doug Lesmerises and Nathan Baird analyze a recent Sporting News list of the best coaches in college football.Ryan Day was a big topic of conversation, of course, but that evolved into analyzing the top 20 coaches and whether each of them was truly irreplaceable at their school. And that led to discussions about what would happen if Marcus Freeman replaced Brian Kelly at Notre Dame or Luke Fickell replaced James Franklin at Penn State.It's a good discussion as Doug and Nathan pull apart the nuances of what goes into a ranking like this.Thanks again for listening to another Buckeye Talk from cleveland.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Irish Illustrated Insider gathers to review a handful of recent pledges, review conversations with Tommy Rees and Marcus Freeman and delves into upcoming prospects that are crucial for the 2022 class.
Late Kick Live Ep. 152 features Josh Pate discussing the latest wave of FSU recruiting momentum and Miami's Manny Diaz reacting to the news. Will FSU stay hot or could the Canes have the last laugh? Also, with the arrival of the NIL era this morning, Josh takes a look at the pros and cons as well as how this could significantly help the overall health of College Football. With the deadline to enter the Transfer Portal and gain immediate eligibility this fall now in the rearview mirror Josh takes a look at several big names that hopped in at the last minute and where they could be headed. Meanwhile Notre Dame is red-hot on the recruiting trail too thanks in large part to newly hired defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman. Could Freeman end up being Brian Kelly's most important hire yet? Follow Josh on Twitter: @LateKickJosh Follow Josh on Instagram: @LateKickJosh Have a question for Josh? Email the show! Follow or Subscribe to The Late Kick with Josh Pate on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the 247Sports YouTube Channel! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices