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Wake up each Saturday morning during the season for a Notre Dame football pregame show with a twist of faith!  Hosts Angelo Di Carlo and John Brach preview ND’s big game on Notre Dame Federal Credit Union’s Irish Sports Saturdays. The guys take you through all the major storylines heading into that day’s game and breakdown what it will take for Notre Dame to come away with a victory. We’ll also take a step back from the X’s and O’s and explain how faith, family and football come together for members of the Irish football team and the Notre Dame community with our Focus on Faith interview.

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Angelo Di Carlo

Angelo Di Carlo has been an authority on Notre Dame football since 2007. For more than a decade, he was the last person South Bend TV viewers saw before a Notre Dame home game broadcast and the first person they saw after it as a sports anchor at WNDU. He’s broken a number of major stories surrounding Notre Dame football and has gone to countless road games to report on the Irish. The son of Sicilian immigrants, Angelo isn’t afraid to express his opinion on any topic, including ND football. Angelo, wife Molly and their daughter Lily live in South Bend and are parishioners of St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Follow Angelo on Twitter @angdicarlo

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John Brach

John Brach will be entering his senior year at Notre Dame and is a co-host for Irish Sports Saturdays and a game analyst for Redeemer Radio’s football broadcasts. John was a star on the Marian football team & took part in the Redeemer Radio internship program during the basketball season of his senior year in 2018-2019. John did so well he was offered an on-air position on the broadcast team starting in 2019. John has served in many roles since, including as a video producer, play-by-play announcer and board operator during basketball season as well. He is a parishioner at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Granger.

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