Today’s show covers the Chicago Bears & Indianapolis Colts 2020 schedules, comments from Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick on the state of the 2020 college football season and comments from Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh, who
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss Notre Dame draftee Cole Kmet, the Michael Jordan documentary “The Last Dance”, as well as MLB plans to start the season and two decisions from the NCAA this week regarding student-athletes.
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley have a lot to discuss on today’s show! Hear Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly’s thoughts on the possibility of college football being played in January and February, ND Athletic Director Jack
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley talk Notre Dame football – with comments from Irish football coach Brian Kelly and athletic director Jack Swarbrick. They also discuss the possible start of the Major League Baseball season.
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss Brian Kelly’s comments on Kirk Herbstreit as well as the technology the Fighting Irish football team is using to communicate and track workouts with the team. They also cover the Bears
Today’s discussion starts with Notre Dame Football. Former ND QB Evan Sharpley and Sean Stires discuss possible scenarios and timelines for the Irish and the start of the football season, along with what might happen with the
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss the latest happenings from the sports world.
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss the latest after the shutdown of sports across the country. They touch on Notre Dame spring football, whether seniors should be allowed a waiver eligibility to continue their careers next year,
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley talk the start of Notre Dame Football spring practice. Hear about wide receiver Kevin Austin’s big first day and hear from head coach Brian Kelly as well as first-year ND baseball coach
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss former Notre Dame football players Chase Claypool and Cole Kmet’s results at this week’s NFL Draft Combine, along with more Irish football talk and more.
Sean Stires and former Notre Dame quarterback Evan Sharpley discuss Notre Dame’s new coaching hires, take a look at ND’s wide receiver and safety positions heading into spring practice, discuss NFL playoff and regular season expansion, David
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley talk Notre Dame football, basketball and baseball, how the new XFL has rules the NFL should consider, the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal, and more!
Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss Phil Jurkovec’s transfer, if Sharpley ever thought about transferring when he was a back-up QB at Notre Dame, the transfer portal, a one-time transfer proposal that’s in front of the NCAA,
The Leprechaun Lunch is now presented by Bud Light Seltzer! Hosts Sean Stires and former Notre Dame QB Evan Sharpley discuss Notre Dame football as well as Super Bowl 54 between the Kansas City Chiefs and San
Hosts Sean Stires & former Notre Dame quarterback Evan Sharpley discuss offensive coordinator Chip Long’s departure from Notre Dame, what kind of fit current QB coach Tom Rees could be for the position, who should call plays
Evan Sharpley and Tyler James recap the 2019 Notre Dame football regular season on this edition of the Leprechaun Lunch.
Sean Stires and guest host Vince DeDario discuss Ian Book’s future at Notre Dame, the Irish holding at No. 16 in the College Football Playoff rankings, Thanksgiving Day NFL, and more.
Sean Stires & former Notre Dame quarterback Evan Sharpley discuss the nature of the Notre Dame – Boston College rivalry, rumors connecting Brian Kelly to Florida State, Ian Book, and more.
Leprechaun Lunch hosts Sean Stires and Evan Sharpley discuss Notre Dame’s 273-game home sellout streak ending this weekend, the future of the ND-Navy series, what Notre Dame needs to do to be successful against the Midshipmen, some
Sean Stires and former Notre Dame quarterback Evan Sharpley get ready for Saturday’s Notre Dame – Duke game and also dissect the narrow win over Virginia Tech. They also answer the question “What’s Notre Dame’s offensive identity