DECLAN BROWNE: Tipperary must ask Mayo the same questions they did two years ago

When Tipperary and Mayo were pulled first in the qualifier draw my instinctive reaction was that Tipp were still paying a heavy price for taking an eye off the ball against Cork in the Munster semi-final, writes Declan Browne.

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