Parrish Walton from The Victory Formation joins the podcast
Over the last few years, no matter what the hype for the quarterback was, Notre Dame always seemed to struggle getting over the hump. In the past decade the pinnacle of the Irish on the football field was when they were so close to knocking off a dominant USC Trojans squad in South Bend. Ever since The Bush Push it seems as though Notre Dame has found it difficult to get back up to the elite class of the college football world.
The truth is that it has been much longer since Notre Dame last was relevant in college football, even if Irish fans don’t wan to admit it. But even when Notre Dame is average they still have the ability to draw attention to themselves. In the second season of the Brian Kelly era in South Bend, there are a number of questions that need to be addressed if the Fighting Irish are going to make any fight for a BCS spot next January.
Is the running game going to get on track?
Can the defense improve enough?
Will Notre Dame be able to reach double digits in wins this season?
On the podcast today we have Parrish Walton from The Victory Formation. Walton sheds some light on some of the key positions on the team, specifically the wide receiver, running back and quarterback spots. How will the entire Michael Floyd situation affect the Notre Dame pass attack, whether or not Dayne Crist is behind center? Who will lead the running game when Kelly does decide to run the football?
And just who is T.J. Jones and why should people keep an eye out for him?
Walton and I discuss the Fighting Irish for a while after touching on the College Football Hall of Fame’s latest class, including former Michigan head coach Lloyd Carr. Is Carr worthy of being a College Football Hall of Famer? I say yes. Walton is not so quick to accept the idea. Where do you fall on this?
NOTE: At the time of recording and mixing this podcast, the College Football Hall of Fame class had not been announced. Since then it has been announced. Here is the Class of 2011.
And if we’re talking about Michigan we almost have to discuss Ohio State (I believe that is one of sports’ unwritten rules), so we touch on the latest Jim Tressel status just for good measure.
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