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OFD Podcast: Notre Dame football is the villain now — sweet

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Our review of Notre Dame’s 52-0 win over South Florida

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Joshua, Jude, and Brendan are back at it — and we brought some hot sauce back to the pod. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish are 2-0 (1-0) on the season after a 52-0 thrashing of the South Florida Bulls. In this episode:

  • Ian Book and his role on Saturday.
  • Tommy Rees is doing something here.
  • The amazing Jack Kiser does the thing for all the small town Indiana boys.
  • Joshua and Jude reach Michigan levels of disagreement on how and when to talk about the Clemson Tigers.
  • Isaiah Foskey’s early impact.
  • Marveling at the three-headed monster at running back with C’Bo Flemister, Chris Tyree, and Kyren Williams.
  • The big depth chart hit and how Notre Dame reacted to it - with a shutout y’all.
  • Brian Kelly wants to be a villain. Or maybe Brian Kelly wants Notre Dame to be a villain — either way or both — we’re down for that.
  • We have some Big 10 takes.
  • Random college football talk with a heavy dose of ACC because OF COURSE!

And, as always, a ton of stuff mixed in and out of the show.

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Tommy, the T-Shirt

  • $28

There’s a new coordinator in South Bend. Just don’t call him Tom.

Gold print on a super-comfortable kelly green tee.Premium, lightweight blended crewneck (60% cotton/40% polyester). Durable, yet ultra-soft. Unisex sizing with a snug fit. Designed by Nick Torres. Screened in the USA.

Notre Dame: 1993 National Champions

  • $28

Notre Dame ACTUALLY lays claim to 21 national championships. 1993 was the last one — celebrate it!

Navy and gold print on a super-comfortable gray tee.Premium, lightweight tri-blend crewneck (50% polyester, 25% combed ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon). Durable, yet ultra-soft. Unisex sizing with a snug fit. Men should size up; women should size down.

Designed by Nick Torres.

Screened in the USA.