Hurling podcast: The Cork inquest: no excuses this time. Cody the firefighter. Tipp try gegenpressing

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- Cork's failings not just about character

- Cody the subtle tactician, just don't give him credit

- TJ's supporting cast arrives

- Pat Horgan in one of the great losing efforts

- Listless Tipp

- The changing role of Brendan Maher

- Tipp's full press. Would they go seven on seven?

- Time for a black card?

- No hypocrisy from Derek - there is a time to foul

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