Talking Notre Dame Coaching Changes, Mike Elston, Special Teams, NFL Draft, Ian Book

We talked about Notre Dame's recent coaching changes, the NFL Draft, recruiting and some special teams in the latest WSBT Sportsbeat segment
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Notre Dame recently announced changes on its coaching staff, which was about shifting around responsibilities and duties. The NFL Draft is also just over two months away. Both topics were the focal point of my recent segment with Darin Pritchett and Sean Stires at WSBT Sportsbeat.

That led to discussion about recruiting and special teams, which also discussed in-depth.

0:20 - We kick the show off by talking about the Notre Dame coaching changes that were announced this week with Mike Elston and Brian Polian.

2:24 - The conversation about Elston continues, and Sean asks about whether or not he will be at Notre Dame for as long as Brian Kelly will be at Notre Dame.

3:53 - We wrap up the Elston discussion by talking about what traits are needed to be a strong recruiting coordinator at Notre Dame.

6:55 - Speaking of Polian, we talk about the Notre Dame special teams with him in charge. We break the discussion into three areas ... kicking, coverage and returns.

12:51 - We talk about former Notre Dame left tackle Liam Eichenberg, and his draft prospects.

16:02 - Sean asks about former Irish quarterback Ian Book, and whether or not his game could change and improve in the NFL.

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