Ty and Dan react to the stunning news that LSU hired Brian Kelly and that Lincoln Riley was leaving for USC. Where does this leave Notre Dame and Oklahoma, and what happens next in the silly season of the coaching carousel. Plus, a mega-preview of conference championship games, as Georgia and Alabama do battle in Atlanta, Oklahoma State looks to seal its playoff deal, Michigan hopes to avoid a letdown-lookahead sandwich, and Cincinnati is just ONE GAME AWAY from making history. Related: Oregon On The Road + Sad Slice Saturday + College Football Week 12 Preview Sticky Road Games + . . .
Michigan Beats Ohio State + Alabama and Oklahoma State Prevail + Rivalry Week Mega Recap
Ty and Dan catch their breath after an exhilirating Rivalry Week, as Jim Harbaugh finally got the monkey off his back and knocked off Ohio State, Alabama survived in quadruple overtime in the Iron Bowl, and Bedlam lived up to its name with Oklahoma State edging out the Sooners. Plus, Cincinnati stayed on course for the College Football Playoff, Iowa scooped up the Big Ten West, Wake Forest completed its 10-win season, Florida and LSU got bowl eligible, Oregon won the Platypus Cup, Wazzu stuck with Dickert, and Notre Dame destroyed Stanford. Related: Down Go The Ducks + Ohio State . . .
Cincinnati’s Playoff Bid + James Franklin’s Extension + Brew & A
Ty and Dan discuss the news of the week, from Cincinnati’s ascension to No. 4 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings to James Franklin’s new 10-year contract. Plus, a special Black Friday Q&A segment, answering questions from the Patreon community. Related: College Football Playoff Rankings Reactions + The Future of the Postseason + Ari Wasserman Andy Staples + Unions in College Football + The Future of the Playoff Bill Connelly On Your Side + LSU Issues + Cincy in the Playoff? Breaking Down CFP Rankings + TCU’s Opening With Bill Connelly From ESPN
The Biggest Game + Surprise Party Saturday + College Football Rivalry Week Preview
Ty and Dan bask in the excitement over the biggest Ohio State vs. Michigan game in years, debate the outcome of a monumental Bedlam Game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, and wonder how the Territorial Cup went missing for 80 years. Plus, a breakdown of all the notable rivalry games in Week 13, including Florida State’s trip to Gainesville, a Nix-less Iron Bowl, a meaningful Platypus Cup, the Apple Cup, the Egg Bowl, and of course, the Old Oaken Bucket. Related: The Cocktail Party + Big Ten Big Games + College Football Week 9 Preview Kentucky takes on Georgia + . . .
The Hottest Black Friday Deals in College Football
Black Friday. For most Americans, it’s a day of mass consumerism only slightly more gluttonous than the other 364. For retail workers, it’s a hellish nightmare only slightly worse than the other 364. For college football fans, however, it’s a day of solemn preparation prior to rivalry weekend. With all your thoughts focused on your school’s final showdown of the season, it’s easy to miss out on some great bargains. That’s where we come in. Whether you’re storming Best Buy with the intensity of a 2011 Alabama defensive back or browsing Amazon with the general apathy of a 2021 Alabama . . .
What College Football Games Are On TV? Rivalry Week (11/27)
What’s your favorite cut of meat? (I promise, this will eventually go in a college football direction.) There’s really no wrong answer. So many animals have tasty meat. And being hunter-gatherers, us humans have figured out so many ways to serve the humble animal muscle that it’s ridiculous. (Unless you’re a vegan, in which case, hey, good for you.) But if you want to know what I think the best meat is, what the best meal is, it’s a meal with STEAKS. My friends, family, and loved ones all know that the true road to my heart lies through a . . .
Sneaky Stats for Week 13 of the 2021 College Football Season
Welcome to back to the Sneaky Stats series! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Hope these Sneaky Stats find you well on this holiday Week 13 of the college football season! In Week 12, we saw 41 games decided by at least 14 points, two Heisman candidates throw for over 430 yards, another potential playoff team bite the dust, and so much more! Let’s take a brief look back, and then a look ahead at Week 13 and beyond. Week 12 – In case you missed it, last week, we talked about how terrible the Michigan State passing defense was. They were allowing . . .