Pod of Gold preview

Listen to the latest episode of "Pod of Gold" below.

Notre Dame's season-opening win at Louisville may have provided just as many questions as answers for the 2019 season. Overreactions are easy to make after the 35-17 win, but Tyler James and Eric Hansen are here to try to provide the proper context for what the game means for the Irish moving forward.

This week on the "Pod of Gold," former Irish wide receiver Bobby Brown joins the show to discuss Notre Dame's performance against the Cardinals, share his thoughts on the Irish linebackers, Ian Book and the passing game and Chase Claypool's ceiling, provide insight on the development of young receivers and Bob Davie's legacy at Notre Dame and more (1:47).

Then Tyler James and Eric Hansen offer predictions during the Place Your Bets segment (29:31), bring back the Keeping up with the Joneses (36:16) and Punctuation Mark of the Week (39:55) segments, and answer questions from Twitter (42:45).

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