There were some interesting Notre Dame football topics in this week's WSBT Sportsbeat episode. We begin by talking about Notre Dame's two newest commitments, 2022 offensive lineman Ashton Craig and 2023 end Keon Keeley.
Next we talked about how the name, image and likeness changes could be very good for Notre Dame. That is followed by how the 12-team college football playoff impacts Notre Dame's scheduling. We wrap up by talking about the current state of the Notre Dame football program.
1:45 - The show begins with some recruiting talk, and we break down the commitments of Ashton Craig and Keon Keeley.
6:56 - We briefly discuss the cowardice of the NCAA before talking about how the name, image and likeness changes could benefit Notre Dame on the recruiting trail.
9:41 - The NCAA needs to allow universities to create classes and legitimate degrees that are geared more towards athletes being able to continue thriving in sports beyond their playing careers.
11:58 - Next we talk about the current state of Notre Dame football. After explaining where I view the Irish we then talk about what the Irish program must do to get to the next level. I also discuss what could happen in 2021 that could change that grade in a positive or negative direction.
13:52 - That conversation led to a discussion of the College Football Playoff, and how the expansion to 12 teams impacts the manner in which Notre Dame should schedule moving forward.
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