Welcome back to another episode of Irish Football Weekly!
After being on a bye week, Josh and Tony talk about a lot of different topics concerning the Irish and the rest of their season.
The Pittsburgh game was a very scary game to say the least and the guys talk about how that mindset of the first 6 games did not really transfer to that 7th game. Josh brings up how difficult must be to keep that attitude going at the different levels of football. Tony shares some experiences about this and explains how things like that can sneak up on a team. As any team should do though, “win” and move on.
The #3 rated Irish will take on a hungry Navy team this Saturday, October 27th at 8p.m. Navy will play their best game against the Irish, especially being as highly ranked as the Irish are so far. Josh and Tony talk about some key points for the Midshipmen to give the Irish another scare, right before Halloween.
Josh and Tony briefly discuss the rest of the season and how it can unfold for the Irish. “Controlling their own destiny” was something that is said in the show, but do they? The Irish will compile almost 9,000 miles within the last 4 road games and will have teams looking to knock-off a top-rated team. Cliches are awful (in Josh’s opinion) but they are so true at times. Josh mentions a cliche that may help the Irish stay undefeated through the next 5 weeks.
“Three Toughest Picks” is getting better and better for Josh. He has sustained his lead….for now! Tony provides why Josh is in the lead, so…we will have to see how this week unfolds! In the segment “Irish Predictions”, Josh and Tony do something that they have NEVER done before and that is……you will have to listen to find out!!!!
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