How’d we do last week?
As mentioned last week, I will feature the Most Interesting, Most Wildly Inaccurate, and Most Accurate Takes from the previous week. Here we go!
Honestly, I appreciate the recipe, but I need some more instructions if I want to start making these. Get it together Great Yoga.
Every person (including me) who said this game was going to be very close. I think everyone was feeling pessimistic, only for Ian Book to rub it in our faces.
Wow. Good stuff. Honestly this was just solid all around. Kudos to you xQuick. You go!
Julian Love has an interception
Julian Love has been all over the field this year, but is yet to come up with an interception. This week the Notre Dame defense will be loading the box to slow down Bryce Love, which means a couple of things:
- A lot of pressure on K.J. Costello during passing situations
- A lot of one on one coverage
Love will have his hands full with the Stanford receivers, but I see him coming down with one to get his first interception of the year.
**Bonus clips of his defense last year vs. Stanford. His matchup against JJ Arcega-Whiteside will be a battle all night.
Alize Mack has career highs in catches, yards, and touchdowns
Mack is probably the happiest person that Ian Book played great last week. Mack’s 2 best games have come on Book’s only 2 starts. This is definitely not a coincidence, as he was particularly amped up before last week. Mack will be force this week and will open things up for the rest of the offense after they go to him early and often.