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Mr. Jones And Me (5/7)

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Ty talks with David Jones from The Patriot News about Bill O’Brien’s departure from Penn State, the process of hiring of James Franklin, the current state of the football program, and some e-mail questions. Plus, Mama Hildenbrandt stops by for a few good minutes of ranting about Johnny Manziel’s attitude and Mel Kiper’s hair.

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Crab Legs and Draft Picks (5/1)

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Ty and Dan break down Jameis Winston’s run-in at Publix and debate whether he has already locked up the 2015 Verbie Award for Crime of the Year. Plus, a haphazard NFL Draft preview and a run down of the latest Selection Committee news.

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SEC Primer (4/24)

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Ty and Dan talk with Braden Gall from Athlon Sports and SiriusXM College Sports Nation about the biggest spring storylines in the SEC, including quarterback derbies around the conference, Auburn’s chances of repeating as conference champ, Georgia’s defense, Florida’s offense, and much more.

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Meeting the Bag Man (4/17)

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Ty and Dan are joined by SBNation’s Steven Godfrey, the author of “Meet the Bag Man: How to Buy College Football Players, In the Words of a Man Who Delivers the Money“. The three discuss the methodology by which players are secretly paid, the underlying motivations for providing improper benefits, the types of superfans who become involved in these types of activities, and, literally, what types of bags are used to deliver money.

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Facebook Show (4/10)

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Ty and Dan field a creative batch of Facebook questions, discuss injuries during spring practices, and ponder the inevitable complaints about the College Football Playoff. Plus, a special visit from the future Mrs. Ty.

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ACC Primer (4/3)

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Ty and Dan welcome Chip Patterson from CBSSports.com to break down spring storylines in the ACC, including Florida State’s retooling on defense, Clemson’s new names on offense, Duke’s chances of winning the Coastal, Miami’s upward mobility, the tire fire that is Wake Forest football, and much more. And, the show comes off the rails with 20 minutes left.

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State of the Unions (3/27)

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Ty talks with John Infante from The Bylaw Blog about Kain Colter’s big victory and how unionization could affect college athletics in the short-term as well as the future.

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Big 12 Primer (3/19)

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Ty and Dan chat with Jake Trotter from ESPN.com about Charlie Strong’s personnel at Texas, Trevor Knight’s long-term prospects at Oklahoma, Baylor’s offense, West Virginia’s defense, Iowa State’s upside, and much more. Plus, a “life” bracket on the eve of the NCAA basketball tournament.

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Pac-12 Primer (3/13)

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Ty and Dan are joined by Bruce Feldman from CBS Sports to discuss way-too-early storylines in the Pac-12 and George Whitfield’s quarterback camp before wandering into the Uncomfort Zone. Plus, Brent Musburger’s demotion, the best quarterback in the SEC, and the most fightable college coaches.

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Stew’s B1G Primer

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Ty and Dan discuss the SEC Network’s chess match with DirecTV and the next college coach to bolt for the NFL before interviewing Stewart Mandel from SI.com about his way-too-early look at the Big Ten, the public perception of Bret Bielema, and general advice when selection wedding bands.

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Hurry Up And Wait (2/26)

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Ty and Dan discuss Bret Bielema’s case for a slower pace, Jadeveon Clowney’s crazy time in the 40-yard dash, and the Duck Commander Independence Bowl. Plus, Facebook questions!

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Herb Hand (2/20)

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Ty and Dan are joined by Herb Hand, Penn State’s new offensive line coach, and discuss the transition period for assistant coaches, the value of “trust” in recruiting, the challenges of coaching a program with sanctions, the short-term outlook for the Nittany Lions, pizza in State College, homemade bacon bits, and much more.