Now that the holiday madness is done, I’ve been able to get our podcast feed caught up with all the recordings from KVCE that I took part in. There are two episodes of Inside the Game, one of which I guest hosted, as well as the latest episode of the Friday Roundup.
There were a lot of great guests on each of the three below recordings so, even though they may have aged, they have aged quite well. Don’t forget to subscribe to us via iTunes (and give us a review!) or follow us on Podbean to make sure you always get the latest episodes as quickly as possible. These posts are more or less the final notification that they are live.
Without further ado, the episodes!
Inside the Game (Nov 22)
Larry Pasquale returns as a call in guest to talk about the NFL as well as the state of college football and the Heisman in regards to off-the-field issues. Jason Koralewski joins myself as a guest co-host with Robin Valetutto to discuss Notre Dame’s upcoming game against Louisville.
Friday Roundup (Nov 28)
My sister, Kristen Ritter, joins me in studio to help me preview rivalry/hate week. She discusses the Iron Bowl and her memories from attending the “Kick Six” edition of the game last year. We also share the secret of how she cursed the Irish, giving us the only explanation for why they never when win she attends a game. I also discuss the highlights from week 14 and discuss the playoff and conference championship picture as it comes into focus. Notre Dame of course gets their segment as I talk about the loss to Louisville and the matchup against Southern Cal.
Inside the Game (Nov 29)
I fill in as the guest host for Robin in this holiday edition of Inside the Game. The Sports Angel calls in to talk about the Cowboys loss to the Eagles and the Jaguars 20th anniversary. Jason Koralewski and Paul Roncal join me in studio to talk Notre Dame, our memories and stories as Student Managers for the Irish, as well as the history of the rivalry with Southern Cal. I also get to share my story of helping the Irish surprise the crowd with green jerseys in the 2005 infamous “Bush Push” matchup. And, yes, this will be the first of many different stories to come (most likely in the Friday Roundup) about my time as a manager.
Texan by birth, Irish by choice.
Born and raised in the great state of Texas, Tex is a first-generation Domer and a former student manager. After graduation, he left the cold winters of South Bend behind and returned back to his home state with a computer engineering degree in tow. Missing the daily grind of working football practices and talking football with fellow Irish fans every day, he took to blogging, a path which eventually led him to Her Loyal Sons. Continuously diving into stats and game film, Tex strives to break down every aspect of Fighting Irish football--even though it's determined to kill him.