Sep 12, 2020; Notre Dame, Indiana, USA; Notre Dame student Jack Crilly plays the bagpipes on one of the residential quads on the Notre Dame campus before the game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Duke Blue Devils at Notre Dame Stadium. | Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
The weekly poll and pipes is a peacock
Welcome to another Bagpipe Monday on OFD — kind of late afternoon edition!
Friends, there was a lot to take away from the 14 point win by the Notre Dame Fighting Irish over the Duke Blue Devils, and there is PLENTY to wrap our heads around as we get ready to welcome the South Florida Bulls back to South Bend. I mean… it’s a lot.
And yet, I’m fascinated by the viewing experience for Irish fans. On Sunday, I saw my opinion about the booth, the crowd, and all the other stuff that comes with watching games at home being torn to shreds by thousands of fans that have a different take on the matter.
I’m not going to push my narrative here, because I’m truly curious to know what everyone thought about:
- Tony Dungy
- The NBC Broadcast in general
- The crowd
- The atmosphere
And really whatever else you want to share (home tailgates, radio tales, etc.).
I’m going to have a VERY simple poll up, but dig down deep and let me know what you think about a post-Flutie world in a COVID-era.
Let’s get weird.