FOX 11 Prep Expert Doug Ritchay goes on 1-on-1 with Notre Dame coach John Nowak.
DR: Here with Notre Dame coach John Nowak. John's team hosting Bay Port in our game of the week. John, so far 3-0 this season. How would you describe your start?"
JN: "We haven't played the toughest schedule, and I would've been happy to be 2-1, to tell you the truth. We're real pleased with where we are."
DR: When I mention Bay Port, I know maybe the amount of players stands out, too, but what do you think about them on the field?
JN: "Just their execution. When you watch them on offense, it looks like they've been running this stuff all their life. Defensively, they have some kids that really get after it."
DR: This starts, maybe a tougher stretch now to the end of the season, how important is it tonight to get off to a good start against Bay Port and maybe establish yourself for the rest of the season?
JN: "Extremely important. We weren't proud of our performance last year. One of our goals is to show people what Notre Dame football has always been about, so this will be an opportunity for us."
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