Kurt Hinish is headed back home to Pitt this weekend. He joins Jac to talk about training back home with Aaron Donald this summer, why Louisville was the best 1-3 team in the country, and how ND is finding a pass rush.
Kyle Hamilton is one of the greatest safeties in all of college football and one of the greatest guests we've had on the podcast. Kyle talks about the advantage of being a tall safety, who the hardest hitter on the defense is, and how he views 50/50 balls in the air.
Notre Dame gets speed back in the line up. Braden Lenzy tells how he felt physically in his first game back from a hamstring injury. Lenzy also goes through his track career and explains how that led him to Division 1 football. LB Drew White also names the rising stars on this ND defense.
Nick McCloud on why moving the 2nd time was much easier because of what he learned during his first move in life. He explains. Also how Owusu-Korahmoah describes McCloud's entry into the program. Corey Robinson explains how Brian Kelly has evolved over the years. Robinson also explains why he ran for student body president and went from ND WR to ND coach.
As Notre Dame gets ready for South Florida Jac Collinsworth talks with the son of longtime ND coach, Charlie Weis. Charlie Weis Jr. is a 27 year-old offensive coordinator for USF. Also, emerging Notre Dame WR Joe Wilkins explains week 1 from the ND offense perspective.
Ian Book and Jack Swarbrick on the most unique offseason in college football history, how Notre Dame reached the decision to play in 2020 amid the pandemic, and how coaching connections have shaped the culture in South Bend.