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A Touch of the Irish
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In honor of St. Patricks Day, Robin and David are celebrating the Irish. The Fighting Irish, that is. Were joined by former Irish Kicker Nick Setta, and Paul Berratini from Irish Weekly. Plus we get in the huddle with Chicago Slaughter QB Russ Michna.
Episode Segments:
Bearly Legal: Under the Golden Dome
Jerry Lorenzi joins David and Robin in studio, as they welcome Paul Beratini, who produces Irish Weekly, a program dedicated to Irish Football. Paul tells us about some of his favorite Notre Dame memories, and also has some behind-the-scenes stories about the filming of Rudy.
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Bearly Legal: Through the Uprights
Former Notre Dame kicker Nick Setta joins the show to talk about his Notre Dame experience, and life after Notre Dame, including his stint with the Bears, and his current role as kicker for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the CFL. Then - Chicago Slaughter QB Russ Michna talks about playing for Steve McMichael, the future of the Chicago Rush, and what you can expect if you see the Slaughter live!
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Bearly Legal: Green Beer and Gold Helmets
The guys swap some of their best St. Patricks Day stories, and talk a little more about the luster of playing for Notre Dame even though Robin opted not to.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Nick Setta
Nick is currently playing with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Setta played college ball at the University of Notre Dame. His high school career was played at Lockport Township High School in Lockport, Illinois, his birthplace. Nick played four seasons (2000-03) at Notre Dame and successfully kicked 46 of 66 field goal attempts, the second most field goals in Notre Dame football history. The New Orleans Saints signed Setta as an un-drafted free-agent on May 13 of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played for the Bears, Brown and Bills in the NFL and the Rhein Fire and Cologne Centurions in NFL Europe. In 2006 he signed with the Ti-Cats as a free agent. Setta scored 167 points in his first year in Canada.