Ty and Dan investigate the true inspiration behind Olivia Rodrigo’s multi-platinum Sour album and conclude that it was actually written about various college football coaches, players and themes in the recent past. Track-by-track, the album is dissected, discussed and elevated as the true work of college football art that it is. Also, Caleb Williams might go to Wisconsin?! Related: The Best College Football Bowl Game Gifts This Holiday Season Sneaky Stats for New Year’s Six Bowls and the College Football Playoff Sneaky Stats for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game The Biggest Needs for College Football’s Best Teams in . . .
Quarterback Transfers: Faith, Fit or Flop?
Ty and Dan highlight the biggest quarterback transfers and evaluate which moves will be perfect fits, which will potentially be flops, and which will require a little bit of faith to succeed. Is Quinn Ewers the player who will bring Texas back? Does Bo Nix to Oregon make sense? Is Max Johnson to Texas A&M a good idea? Why does Kedon Slovis to Pitt feel like a no-brainer? Plus, amid rumors that Jim Harbaugh may be looking to leave Michigan, a quick look at other names who could be in line to replace him. Related: Season Wrap-up + Transfer Portal . . .
The Second Year Coach Re-Draft
Ty and Dan take a look at the crop of college football coaches who started with new teams in the weird COVID year of 2020 and re-evaluate how each did in a more normal 2021. Would you rather have Dave Aranda, Mel Tucker, Sam Pittman or Lane Kiffin in charge of your program? Has Mike Leach lost his luster? Is Jeff Hafley the real deal? Related: College Football Playoff + New Year’s Six Recap Sneaky Stats for New Year’s Six Bowls and the College Football Playoff New Year’s Six + College Football Playoff Best Bets Three Reasons Why for New . . .
The Biggest Needs for College Football’s Best Teams in the 2022 Offseason
After the glorious fever dream that was the 2021 college football season, every major program is looking to ascend like the Georgia Bulldogs. Here’s what the nation’s top 10 teams must do this offseason to delude its fans into believing it will be next year’s breakthrough champion. 10. Oklahoma Construct a large barricade around the Transfer Portal Lincoln Riley took everything that wasn’t nailed down with him to USC, like a hotel guest collecting tiny soaps for sport. To make matters worse, both Caleb Williams and Mario Williams look to be headed out west as well. At this rate, Brent . . .
Stunningly Surprising Squads from the 2021 College Football Season
Every college football season, there are teams that exceed, and others that fall well short of preseason expectations. Some are far more surprising than others. In this crazy season of ups and downs, full of top ten teams falling left and right, there were plenty of surprises. But which squads surprised us the most, and where are those programs headed in the near future? Let’s dive in. Good Surprises Georgia Preseason Consensus Projected Win Total: 10.5 Actual Win Total: 14 and the National Championship Victory It took 40+ years, but Georgia finally won another National Championship. They dominated the entire . . .
Lessons to Teach Your Kids from the Alabama vs. Georgia National Championship
So you’ve decided to bring a child into this world. Bold. It’s never too early to expose your little one to the bitter disappointment of adulthood. And hey, since you’re already planning on indoctrinating them into the borderline cult that is college football fandom, why not start there? Here are six crucial lessons from this year’s National Championship to teach your kids, whether they’re ready to learn them or not. 1. The importance of patience Georgia winning a National Championship after 40 agonizing years of “almost” would be definitive proof that patience pays off. Meanwhile, winning 12 games with an . . .