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OFD Podcast: Notre Dame VS Florida State Preview... release the weapons

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It’s not going to be 98 degrees with 89% humidity

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Joshua and Brendan open the pod machine one more time without their dear friend Jude to discuss week one in college football, and Notre Dame’s big game against the Florida State Seminoles. In this episode:

  • Welcome to the first day of fall.
  • REVIEWS!
  • Michael Mayer’s true nickname.
  • The quiet goodness of the 2005 Tennessee game.
  • Notre Dame’s depth chart offered few surprises, but we managed to find a shovel and a backhoe to dig a little deeper.
  • Kevin Austin is ready for KA SZN.
  • Blake Fisher’s debut.
  • Matt Salerno can really scoot.
  • Figuring out the WILL with Marist Liufau out for the year.
  • Florida State and “what they got.”
  • That’s a lot of transfers.
  • Weekly game picks across the country. North Carolina and Virginia Tech make zero sense, and TEXAS BACK?!
  • Game predictions for Notre Dame and Florida State.

And plenty more weaved in and out of the show.

Please RATE and REVIEW! All reviews left on Apple Podcasts will be read on the next OFD Podcast.

You can listen to the show in the podcast player below or on any of your favorite podcast services.

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