Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Irish continue to dominate


Irish playing at a high level. Hard to imagine they don't keep this up.

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  1. Great job guys as always, I'm gonna wait till Friday for my prediction. It sounds like rain, with west coast travel this could be tighter than the last three blowouts

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  2. Irish will roll into the World Bowl, 34-10

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    1. I don't want to "rain" on anyone's parade, but I'm officially worried about this game now. Rain helps Stanford way more than us. Irish will need to establish running game and that hasn't been our strong suit up to this point. Expect a close game.

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    2. Pretty damn sad when I'm the optimist of the group

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  3. While I am a Brian Kelly fan he simply has struggled @stanford. Since were as double digit favorite I like our chances with a 24-14 type win. Defense travels and I like this defense of Notre Dame. Since mike leach took them to the woodshed my guess is it could be worse for Stanford (vs ND) I m just hoping for a dry track saturday

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  4. The rain concerns me,but this Stanford team does not, very average team. They are gonna struggle to stop ND, I expect something in the 31-14 type score

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  5. Since mike(k) is confident so am I.
    Just heard shaw has never lost to a non conference team in Palo alto. Tight game early then ND rolls, 80% chance of rain throughout the game. Gonna be wet, hopefully Ian isn't our leading rusher, we need out offensive line to step up with our running game

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  6. ND is a pretty focused group, I think the Michigan loss scared them. I don't see a 30 point blowout again but I respect mike (C) blowout prediction. I think 21-3 score, this defense will not be run on by the trees

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  7. Is Stanford worse than BC? I think he snswer is yes. Playing away vs home is a factor as is the rain. My guess is Irish big. I agree with mike c.

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  8. After this Stanford game, I look forward to the NDNation folks talking about how important it is to have a grass field.

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    1. I firmly believe a well-maintained grass field is better for players than something synthetic for a number of reasons. That Stanford doesn't maintain theirs properly is irrelevant

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    2. I would agree 20-30 years ago, but what are the reasons now? Technology has made turf a no brainer from years past.

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  9. Another nice win by the Irish, I agree with Mike, conditioning and strength propelled us to unbeaten status in november again. 2020 may be better than this team

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  10. Been a very enjoyable season, could of been better but a lot to be thankful with this teams accomplishments.
    You guys are the best, thanks for the podcasts and insight. I really enjoy listening to you each week prior to the games.

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  11. Huge win for the Irish. Kelly has this football team in a great spot right now. 10-2 is admirable with the schedule we had. Not a bad season at all.

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  12. since it looks like Oklahoma St., could we get a bowl preview? Also, Mike C. had some nice thoughts on strength of scheduling earlier this year, I would love a podcast on how we schedule and the strategy involved.
    Just seen where Alabama didnt beat a ranked opponent and just scheduled one (Auburn).

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