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  1. sorry to be late to the dance, but how about Tommy Regner for 76, and George Kunz for 78 (#2 in the draft behind OJ)? Kunz laying out an Iowa defender, and with Hanratty in Playboy
    4 points
  2. Percentage wise that is incorrect. More 3 stars are drafted because it is a higher number of 3 stars, but the percentage of 5 stars (there are only around 25 a year vs hundreds of 3 stars) is higher for 5 stars. % stars have a better "hit" rate
    4 points
  3. Damn…rough break. Looking forward to seeing him on the field when he’s healthy I think he’s going to be a great all around back
    3 points
  4. Ohio State for me. I’ve seen ND play USC many times. The Ohio State game is such a rare occurrence. I just hope they come to play unlike the past two years I’ve seen them play in the desert. I also think this is a good barometer of where ND thinks they are. Beat them and it sets the table for everything. EVERYTHING…
    3 points
  5. I really hope you're right, that would be sweet. I just don't see them being only a 4 win team though. I think Riley is a good coach, and yes the big question will be their D. Aren't they supposed to have a good DC, Alex Grinch I think it is? Not familiar with him very much. We'll see how the season plays out and I'm anticipating both teams to be ranked coming into the game.
    3 points
  6. https://247sports.com/college/notre-dame/Article/Former-Irish-Greats-Weigh-In-On-Notre-Dame-Vs-USC-136820725/ OG- RYAN “BUBBA” LEAHY (1992-95, C) “The 1992 game (a 31-23 Notre Dame victory) was quite amazing. We were out in California. On game day, I woke up in the morning to my bed banging against the wall. I told my roommate, Mark Zataveski, to knock off whatever he was doing in the bathroom. Coach Holtz told us it was actually a small earthquake. “Actually, many of our teammates were getting the flu or some kind of food illness. Many of the players missed part or all of pre-game. The doctors, trainers and managers came through and did everything they could to get players hooked up to IVs to remedy the sickness. Reggie Brooks and Jerome Bettis ran all over USC to bring home a victory.”
    2 points
  7. I don't know or remember him but found Mark Zataveski while searching.
    2 points
  8. That last part is just it. Who’s will actually be coaching in the future. Some booster says, if I’m paying a guy 9.5 million you better be starting him from day one. Even if the kids is complete shit compared to someone else on the team. I’m so glad I got out of coaching a long time ago.
    2 points
  9. He doesn’t look like “a guard”…
    2 points
  10. 2 points
  11. Alex Bars
    2 points
  12. I think ND has another blowout. USC is a 4 win team that will still be awful in the trenches. I think Riley is overrated personally. His defenses were weak. We will see but I'm not buying him totally turning around USC.
    2 points
  13. "Everyone on this board is the outlier" is an important thing to remember in SO MANY situations. Haha.
    1 point
  14. C’mon…you can’t blame Kelly for everything. He probably wasn’t even there for his recruitment…………….
    1 point
  15. As of now, this should be correct 6/29 - Williams (2024) 6/30 - Jagusah 7/1 - Bell 7/3 - Flores 7/4 - Gray Need to fill 7/2…Hanafin, J. Moore, Greathouse, who wants it?
    1 point
  16. FWIW, getting Stanford crystal balls after his OV there. Good for the kid, no joke about academics too
    1 point
  17. No need to include an actual "performance" clause. Just add the ability for the agreement to be terminated at the convenience of the paying party.
    1 point
  18. Updated commitment timelines and Predictions: MI QB Dante Moore: Summer, I think, OREGON FL RB Richard Young: Possibly summer, DON'T KNOW MO RB Jeremiyah Love: Possibly summer, might go into fall, ND but tight TX WR Jaden Greathouse: Summer, ND CA WR Rico Flores: Summer, July 3, ND MA WR Ronan Hanafin: Summer, ND SC OL Monroe Freeling: Fall, DON'T KNOW/ELSEWHERE IL OL Charles Jagusah: Summer, ND MD DL Jason Moore: Summer, July, ND but close LA LB Jaiden Ausberry: Fall/Winter, December, TOO EARLY FL LB Samuel M'Pemba: Fall/Winter, TOO EARLY MO CB Christian Gray: Summer, July 4, ND TX CB Micah Bell: Summer, July 1, ND WA CB Jasiah Wagoner: Summer, ND if he leaves the west and likely depends on Downs GA S Caleb Downs: Summer, ELSEWHERE OK ATH Micah Tease: Summer, July, DON'T KNOW but I lean USC today, I could see ND **No matter what, a ton of information will be known in the next 4-5 weeks.
    1 point
  19. Mike Mcglinchey Michael Carmondy
    1 point
  20. yessir, great community there
    1 point
  21. Larsen's rankings are all over the place (from 49th to outside the top250), but it does seem like he was at the very top of ND's TE board. I could see ND going after a 2nd TE for 2024 if there is only 1 TE in the 2023 class (which is looking likely to be the case). Very solid pickup!
    1 point
  22. A lot of the older stuff can be found on YouTube. I don't know if the copyrights expire or the networks don't care, but plenty of full games are out there. For example, here's 1988 Catholics vs. Convicts: https://youtu.be/_cTbpWYUC00
    1 point
  23. Much like ND, he will do well with the kids pre-disposed of going to LSU, which is still some very high level talent. Will also be interesting if LSU's NIL game can help minimize his other recruiting weaknesses.
    1 point
  24. This is getting too easy. These TEs need play a little hard-to-get….
    1 point
  25. I know it is not going to least forever but isn’t it great to see ND # 1 in 247 recruiting today for both the 2023 & 2024 classes …..I now have a good reason to have a beer tonight!
    1 point
  26. It's anyone's guess. He could be the next Peyton Manning or the next Jimmy Clausen.
    1 point
  27. I wonder how many of the players know of Coach Rees' run-ins (run-aways?) with (from?) Johnny Law.
    1 point
  28. Shout out to Ivey as well who is a Piston.
    1 point
  29. I’m looking at it as reading between the lines. The small snippets I’ve read seems to suggest that Freeman and company want to instill hard-nosed toughness on the lines. That they want to run the ball with authority. If that’s the case, and they take it to them ala Oregon last year. Count me as saying that’s a great barometer.
    1 point
  30. Indeed! I think it would be a much better barometer if it were to be the ninth game in the schedule, though. Game 1 with a new head coach and many new position coaches at ND, vs stability of coaches and systems at Ohio State makes it a little harder for me to know where ND is. Unless they win...
    1 point
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