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October 4, 2021 49 min

After a tough loss to Cincinnati, the guys reconvene in their garage to break down what it was like to experience the first home defeat of their Notre Dame careers and share some anecdotes from the top-10 matchup. Cam tells a story about a fan interrupting his family's dinner to demand answers about the outcome, which prompts a discussion about how to deal with uncomfortable public fan situations. Next week's Virginia Tech game is previewed, and the question is asked: ...why "Enter Sandman"? Finally, with the calendar flipping to October, the crew welcomes in Spooky Season with a deep-dive into Halloween costumes, favorite horror films, and what candy they're gunning for in the trick-or-treat bowl.

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