Found September 13, 2013 on
First off, apologies for the late posting of the Handsome Hour for this week. A number of travel and work-related obstacles prevented me from editing and then posting the Handsome Hour. However, the good news is that even if you can't listen to this before the game, there's still plenty to enjoy. It's marinated and tenderized and ready for your consumption. Ways to enjoy the Handsome Hour include:
killing time at work on a Friday afternoon
driving to Purdue for the UND game tomorrow
at full volume during your tailgate (have some extra chairs on hand and be prepared for others to gather 'round)
late in the evening when you're ready to make your move on your favorite Lady Boiler
These are just some suggestions. Feel free to experiment, much the way boilerdowd did in college.
Special mention to Trae Bobillo, whose cool alternate design concepts were the subject a portion of the podcast. You can follow Trae at @traebo15.
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Troy isn’t afraid to strike a pose
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Notre Dame’s win against Purdue was one of its signature performances early last season. This Saturday the Fighting Irish look to use Purdue to soften the blow up a loss last week to Michigan.
The No. 21 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1-1) travel to Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana to play against their instate rivals – the Purdue Boilermakers. (1-1)
ABC will have coverage...
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The Anti-Preview is still a little sore. Life got a little rougher last week after Notre Dame's 41-30 loss to Michigan. The Irish went up to Ann Arbor and looked completely outplayed, outcoached, and outclassed (ouch that last one really hurts to say).
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Game 1 - Serra 19, Notre Dame 13
Game 2 - Orange Lutheran 21, Palmdale 6
Game 3 - Alemany 42, Narbonne 14
Game 4 - Corona del Mar 24, El Toro 21