Chris and Matt discourse their observations from Indiana Basketball’s Media Day.
In this episode we break down ND, IU, and Purdue football through week 3.
#1. An Improved Record In February and March
Over the last 6 seasons Indiana had a combined record of 40-36 during February and March. Notice that this record does not include Tom Crean’s first 3 seasons in which IU went an abysmal 3-29 during February and March. Even the #1 ranked 2012-13 team took 5 of their 7 losses in February and March. But Indiana fans can expect an improved record down the toughest stretch of the season when teams wrap up conference play and enter conference tournaments and post season play.
To put it simple, the illusion of Brian Kelly being a good fit at Notre Dame is fading. With 10 (or 11 with a bowl game) games remaining, Kelly likely can only lose 2 more games. This means he will most likely have to win at least 2 of the following game: USC, at Miami, at Stanford, or a bowl game. Following is a list of the most likely candidates to replace Kelly.
….. 2017-18 Notre Dame Football Preview Purdue Football w Mike Carmin of The Journal & Courier (6-23-17) IU Football and Indy 500 w Jordan Guskey (5-24-17)
Notre Dame football just released the official depth chart to start the season. We break down 12 major thoughts and questions regarding the depth chart.
Matt and Chris preview the 2018 season for Notre Dame football and discuss whether Brian Kelly deserves to be on the hot seat.
Chris and Matt discourse the ridiculous, but entertaining lead-up and match-up of MMA fighter Conor McGregor vs boxer Floyd Mayweather that is fast approaching.
At some point next season Romeo Langford and his New Albany teammates will play against Brayton Bailey’s Bedford North Lawrence (BNL) team. Brayton Bailey is a sophomore on the BNL team and made the all-conference team last season averaging 12 points and 6 rebounds per game as a freshman. Brayton also happens to be Damon Bailey’s son.
In 1990, Damon Bailey broke the Indiana high school scoring record with 3,134 points. Had the internet and social media been around like it is today, Damon also would have broken that.