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This one might get one-sided. Really one-sided.

NDI's Tom Noie and Carter Karels touch only briefly on Saturday's game between No. 9 Notre Dame (3-1) and Bowling Green (1-3) in this episode of Pod of Gold Extra Point before moving on to other topics.

Like why Brian VanGorder is so disliked even now, nearly three seasons after being fired by Brian Kelly (6:37). They also break down the Irish four games into the 2019 by position and hand out position grades (17:33). Also included are predictions for Saturday's game. Just how lopsided will it get? (45:00).

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(1) comment

Stanford90

Dear sports editor, please give Tom Noie a break and take him off football assignments. On this week’s Pod of Gold XP,, he was hoping for a running clock in the second half. During the New Mexico PoG XP, I had sympathy migraines because the sun was going to be in his eyes. I believe Purcell Pavilion is a more comfortable environment for him. I typically hang on every word uttered or written about Notre Dame; however, I tune out of the podcast when I hear such statements. I am sure there are journalists that can appreciate the opportunity to cover Notre Dame football.

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