Podcast Discussion - "The Great Condiment Debate continues" - 1.8.21

Bill Lehecka

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Tony opens the show by talking to Notre Dame Special Teams coach Brian Polian about his new book "Coaching Generation Z : Honoring the Relationships" and Tony also gets his thoughts on the Alabama / OSU match up. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to go around the NFL, Jeff Ma - host of the podcast "Bet The Process" calls in with his weekend picks, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

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That’s how you start the show, with a Brian Pollian’s book? Isn’t there something more important to talk about in TK’s backyard?
 

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That’s how you start the show, with a Brian Pollian’s book? Isn’t there something more important to talk about in TK’s backyard?
No, he mentions the Alabama / OSU match up, and I can't tell from the summary, but I'm sure he talks about the WFT / Tampa Bay match up
 

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Tony opens the show by talking to Notre Dame Special Teams coach Brian Polian about his new book "Coaching Generation Z : Honoring the Relationships" and Tony also gets his thoughts on the Alabama / OSU match up. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports calls in to go around the NFL, Jeff Ma - host of the podcast "Bet The Process" calls in with his weekend picks, and Tony closes out the show by opening up the Mailbag.

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Seems like a bad use of the A-block, and takes precious time away from Jeff Ma.
 

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Jesus. The Polian segment is TEDIOUS. Brian Kelly is a bad person, and if you have Google, it's not hard to figure out why. Astounding how winning a few games suddenly imbues a person with previously unsuspected virtues.
 

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Jesus. The Polian segment is TEDIOUS. Brian Kelly is a bad person, and if you have Google, it's not hard to figure out why. Astounding how winning a few games suddenly imbues a person with previously unsuspected virtues.
I get it that he wanted to do a favor and let his friend plug his book. But Polian just about put me to sleep, and did absolutely zero to get me interested in the book.
 

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Jesus. The Polian segment is TEDIOUS. Brian Kelly is a bad person, and if you have Google, it's not hard to figure out why. Astounding how winning a few games suddenly imbues a person with previously unsuspected virtues.
If I were your benevolent despot, he would still be in jail with several other Golden domer “leaders” after their criminal negligence in the death of Declan Sullivan.

Great power doesn’t actually seem to bring great responsibility to the table.
 

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So before I listen -- Did he not talk about the mob at all?


Also -- And I say this as a huge Notre Dame fan -- Who the f+++ would buy a book written by a special teams coach? I mean he seems like a nice guy, he's a good special teams coach, and a good (not great) recruiter, but I could give a rat's ass what he has to say in the form of a book.
 

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So before I listen -- Did he not talk about the mob at all?


Also -- And I say this as a huge Notre Dame fan -- Who the f+++ would buy a book written by a special teams coach? I mean he seems like a nice guy, he's a good special teams coach, and a good (not great) recruiter, but I could give a rat's ass what he has to say in the form of a book.
He said at the top he had said what he had to say about that on PTI last night.

Ever notice that when a team gets better players and starts winning more games, you start hearing talk of their great "culture"? You never hear about a shitty team, but with great culture.
 

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He said at the top he had said what he had to say about that on PTI last night.

Ever notice that when a team gets better players and starts winning more games, you start hearing talk of their great "culture"? You never hear about a shitty team, but with great culture.
Cause he never recycles a take from PTI on the podcast or vice versa. :rolleyes: I'm guessing he gave his Doug Pederson hot take on at least 5 different shows this week.
 

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He said at the top he had said what he had to say about that on PTI last night.
He's afraid of losing his paycheck from The Mothership. And I think The Mothership is glad that LeBatard is gone otherwise he would certainly have something to say.
 

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He's afraid of losing his paycheck from The Mothership. And I think The Mothership is glad that LeBatard is gone otherwise he would certainly have something to say.
While Lebatard pulled out the ridiculous “both sides” card on their first non-espn show, he did call the OA a racist ass.
 
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