Ty and Dan talk with Larry Williams from TigerIllustrated.com about the true definition of the term “Clemsoning”, the impact of adding Brent Venables to the staff, the next step for Tajh Boyd, and whether he’s buying or selling the Tigers in 2012.
Ty and Dan talk with Brian Cook from MGoBlog.com about the magic of Brady Hoke, the glow of an 11-2 season, the advantages and disadvantages of playing Alabama next season, and the next step for Denard Robinson. Plus, Dan helps install his own Internet, and Ty’s life is overtaken by Temple Run.
Ty and Dan are no longer bi-coastal. Dan explains why, from a stairwell in New York City. Also, news about TCU’s drug problem, Nevin Shapiro’s bravado, and Danny O’Brien’s move to Vanderbilt. And, at long last, Reverbs!
Ty and Dan are joined by Spencer Hall from Every Day Should Be Saturday to break down the Big Ten’s playoff proposal, the first year of the Will Muschamp era, dealbreakers on the imaginary recruiting trail, and the “Sabanizing” of college football.
Ty and Dan talk about the B1G Ten’s playoff proposal, the “new” Nebraska, hostesses in recruiting, and annoying exchange rates.
Ty and Dan are joined by Bryan Fischer from CBSSports.com to break down all the action from National Signing Day, including Alabama’s giant class, LSU’s fall in final recruiting rankings, Stanford’s monster lineman, Urban’s edge, and Deontay Greenberry’s unexpected switch to Houston.