Talking Notre Dame Offensive Line, Jack Coan, Ian Book And The Saints

The Notre Dame offensive line is the primary topic of conversation in the latest WSBT Sportsbeat segment with Darin Pritchett and Sean Stires
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The Notre Dame offensive line is the primary topic of conversation in the latest WSBT Sportsbeat segment with Darin Pritchett and Sean Stires. After a lot of offensive line talk we also dive into a quarterback discussion about past and future Notre Dame quarterbacks.

0:36 - We kick things off talking about the offensive line, and that begins with a discussion about whether or not Zeke Correll is the starting center heading into fall camp.

1:44 - Next we discuss the number one domino that must be set in motion to get the "best five" on the field.

3:17 - Sean asks about Marshall offensive lineman Cain Madden, who recently announced his plans to transfer to Notre Dame. We discuss the positives I see on film and then the question marks we see on film.

5:27 - Darin continues the offensive line discussion, and he asks who I think are the "best five" offensive linemen. I can't really answer it because I believe there is more of a "best six" type of scenario, much like we saw in 2017.

8:14 - We quickly talk about the latest news about Kevin Austin, and how his current injury status impacts the wide receiver depth chart.

9:46 - The conversation shifts to quarterback play, focusing on the notion of looking for a dynamic athlete at quarterback. We discuss the benefits of that, but also discuss that while it's great to have that kind of quarterback, there are other ways you can thrive at quarterback. This ties into a conversation about Jack Coan, and what he can do in the offense

13:40 - Sean asks about our recent podcast in which we discuss that 2021 is actually a great opportunity for Notre Dame to compete for a national championship, as opposed to the notion that Notre Dame should be building for 2022.

16:19 - Next we talk about Ian Book, and what New Orleans Saints head coach might see in Book after drafting him in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft. That is followed by Darin commenting that if Payton is right about Book it alters the conversation about Notre Dame quarterbacks.

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