Pod of Gold preview

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

The 2019 college football season is officially over following LSU’s 42-25 win over Clemson in the national championship game. The offseason has long been in full swing for Notre Dame with a steady stream of news. The latest in the last week included quarterbacks coach Tommy Rees being promoted to offensive coordinator, running backs coach Lance Taylor taking on the title of run game coordinator and backup quarterback Phil Jurkovec transferring and enrolling at Boston College.

In order to discuss the latest events and review the season one last time, Tyler James and Eric Hansen invited one of their favorite guests back onto the podcast and that’s former Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn.

Quinn joined the podcast to discuss why he believes the offense is in good hands with Rees, how Notre Dame's offense can improve, whether Ian Book has reached his ceiling, if Quinn has ever considered coaching and more (1:47).

Then Tyler and Eric make predictions in the Place Your Bets segment (27:53) before answering questions from Twitter (33:06).

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