Ty and Dan delve deep into the heart of the SEC and try to find a weakness with Alabama, measure Jarrett Stidham's impact at Auburn, and discuss what Matt Canada can do for LSU's offense. Plus, the start of the Zai-Era at Florida, Jacob Eason vs. other SEC East quarterbacks, and an unusually exciting read [...]
Ty and Dan recap college football's Week 10 and debate whether Alabama-LSU was a slugfest or snoozefest, if Michigan State is beyond disrespect, if Baylor is fully unraveled, how the College Football Playoff Committee will treat Washington in its next batch of rankings, and much more. (Image: John David Mercer | USA Today)
Ty and Dan meet up in New York City to record a wild recap of college football's Week 8, featuring a thrilling upset in State College, a borderline crockpotting by Alabama, a quiet storm by West Virginia, and a statistical explosion in Lubbock. Plus, a lively batch of Reverbs and much more.
Ty and Dan charge through an absolutely loaded slate of Week 13 games, including a monster clash in Stillwater, Notre Dame's tough road test at Stanford, Ohio State's chance for redemption against Michigan, Iowa and Michigan State's testers, the Iron Bowl and much more. Plus, a drinking game for Penn State's offense, the whereabouts of [...]
Ty and Dan walk back through a busy week of college football news, including Al Golden's firing, Jerry Kill's sudden retirement and apparent turmoil at Texas A&M. Plus, a long list of games featuring road favorites, including Clemson's road tilt with NC State, Stanford's tester at Washington, and Notre Dame's primetime showdown with Temple. All [...]
Ty and Dan discuss Steve Spurrier's sudden retirement, break down Will Grier's suspension and talk about Steve Sarkisian's downfall with Lindsey Thiry from the LA Times and Fox Sports. Plus, a loaded slate of Week 7 games, featuring Alabama-Texas A&M, USC-Notre Dame, Arizona State-Utah and much more.
Ty is joined by SB Nation's Ryan Nanni to break down the wildness of Week 6, including Texas's big upset in the Red River Shootout, Tennessee's bounceback victory, and Washington State's shocker over Oregon. Plus, dominant showings from Michigan and Clemson, and much more.
Ty and Dan recap a wild week of college football, featuring a wild fourth quarter between Notre Dame and Clemson, the triumphant return of the Alabama dynasty, UCLA's dud against Arizona State, Baylor's runaway victory, and much more. Plus, useful tips on talking to your children about Iowa football.
Ty and Dan work their way through another tier of college football teams and discuss TCU's rebuilding defense, Tennessee's potential, Georgia Tech's ceiling, and Florida State without Jameis Winston. Plus, Ty takes a big, hearty gulp of Arizona State Kool-Aide.
In part two of their chat with ESPN's Travis Haney, Ty and Dan ask about Ole Miss's slide to end 2014, Georgia's new defense under Jeremy Pruitt, South Carolina's downturn, Kentucky's forward momentum, Derek Mason's disastrous first season in Nashville, and much more. Plus, vinyl records, pop princesses, and wedding invite etiquette.
In Part One of an epic conversation with ESPN's Travis Haney, Ty and Dan talk about Alabama's offseason tweaks, Texas A&M's Signing Day atmosphere, LSU's biggest questions heading in 2015, Missouri's continued success, Tennessee's rise, and much more. Plus, news of Rivals.com's coverage of sixth graders and a quick recap of Valentine's Day.
With help from SB Nation's Bud Elliott, Ty and Dan recap a busy National Signing Day 2015 and highlight huge recruiting hauls by USC and UCLA, Alabama's continued dominance, the players that could immediately help Florida State and Ohio State, the best names of this recruiting cycle, and much more. Plus, a handful of Verballer [...]
Ty and Dan convene to podcast on the first ever Selection Sunday in the history of college football. It's Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Ohio State for the national championship, but there's an argument for Baylor, another for TCU, and a better one for outlawing chest passes in halftime throwing contests. Plus, a spirited edition [...]
Ty and Dan quickly recap the latest in coaching news before jumping into a huge week of conference championship games. Can Oregon end its losing streak against Arizona? Can Florida State stop Georgia Tech's option? Can Missouri hang with Alabama? And can Baylor find a way into the top four. All that and a special [...]
Ty and Dan discuss a wild week of rivalries, including Dr. Bo's swan song, JT Barrett's devastating injury, Florida State's sloppy win, Arizona's triumph in the desert, and an homage to the great SEC defenses of yesteryear in the Iron Bowl. Plus, Reverbs, super duper chaos scenarios, a debate over the best team in the [...]
Ty and Dan talk about the lessons they learned from college football's Week 12, including Florida State's second half beast modes, Auburn's true identity, Melvin Gordon's record-breaking dominance and TCU's weird letdown tendency. Plus, Todd Graham's hair, LSU's Big Ten application and the best Super Mario 3 power-ups.
Ty and Dan run through a tasty slate of six huge college football games in Week 11, discuss the resumes of Michigan State and Arizona State, and deliberate over LSU's game plan against Alabama, and argue about Notre Dame. Plus, a Patriot League Lightning Round and the return of the Cats Bump!
Ty and Dan run through LSU's home upset of Ole Miss, Auburn's near-miss against South Carolina, TCU's 80-spot against Texas Tech, Brady Hoke's Costanza strategy, Pac-12 Ref Appreciation Day in State College and much more.
Ty and Dan run through another triumphant weekend for the state of Mississippi, the results of the Oregon-UCLA pillow fight, Notre Dame's dreaded letdown-lookahead sandwich game against North Carolina, Baylor's great comeback and Arizona's wild backdoor cover.
Ty and Dan run through a meaty Week 7 slate of letdowns and lookaheads, featuring tough road tests for Auburn, Ole Miss, Oregon and USC. Plus, Baylor's first game after a six week bye, the mother of all sandwich games and a hypothetical diner conversation between Noel Mazzone and Don Pellum.