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— We are approximately 4 hours away from tonight’s BLACKOUT in South Bend (clothing, not alcohol…although both could be fun). Notre Dame is currently a point and a half favorite over the Cats, who will be facing their first true road game of the season. Here are three questions heading into tonight’s game:
1) How will the Cats handle a hostile road environment?
Aside from a rowdy Maryland crowd in Brooklyn, this will be the first time many of these players will be in front of a hostile crowd. Can they keep their poise under pressure?
2) How will the Cats respond to the zone?
Notre Dame is expected to play a lot of zone tonight in order to shut down Nerlens Noel and Willie Cauley-Stein. How will the Cats, who Cal says are still learning the zone in practice, respond?
3) Will Ryan Harrow play?
Harrow returned to the team last week and has a few good practices under his belt. However, Cal says Archie Goodwin is the team’s point guard, so if Harrow plays, Cal will get a chance to see how the two guards play together on the court.
— Like me, if you’ve been asking yourself how Randall Cobb feels about Mark Stoops’ hire, here’s the answer:
— Randall Cobb (@rcobb18) November 29, 2012
— We’re still waiting to hear whether or not FSU OC James Coley will accept Stoops’ offer to join him at Kentucky, and now it appears Stoops is trying to lure another FSU coach our way. There are multiple reports that Stoops has offered the defensive coordinator job to D.J. Eliot, FSU’s defensive ends coach. Chances he gets them both on board before his press conference on Sunday?
— CoachingSearch.com is also reporting that former Northwestern head coach Bradley Dale Peveto may join Stoops’ staff. Peveto has a history of coordinating special teams. (Thank God we can finally call them special teams and not special forces)
— Apparently, ESPN showed a picture of Kenny Clark instead of Charlie Strong and an Arkansas logo instead of an Auburn logo when talking about the Strong to Auburn rumors:
— On today’s show, we heard from the one and only NATE, who called in to both The Leach Report and KSR to talk about his feud with Matt. It is MUST-LISTEN radio. What happened? You’ll just have to listen to find out. (Oh yeah, they also talked Stoops, Coley, and tonight’s game.)