Ty and Dan relive Ohio State’s 31-24 victory over Miami in the 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. How good was Ken Dorsey? What did Ohio State’s offense look like with Craig Krenzel at the helm? How did it feel to watch a game before the era of the spread offense? And who was the best player on a field of incredible players that Friday night? Plus, Bruce Feldman stops by to offer his firsthand account.
Throwback Thursday: Auburn beats Oregon
Ty and Dan rewatch and relive Auburn’s 22-19 win over Oregon in the 2011 BCS National Championship and recap their first ever trip to a title game. Plus, a conversation with Jeff Palmer about the reaction from inside the Duck locker room.
Throwback Thursday: The Bush Push
Ty and Dan rewatch and relive the iconic USC-Notre Dame matchup in 2005. What were the highlights and lowlights? What was it like to be in the stadium? What did Yogi Roth think as an offensive analyst? And what was the deal with NBC’s old intro score?
Ty and Dan dial in from their respective bunkers, take a look back at the black swan events of the 2019 college football season, and determine which were isolated events versus parts of larger trends.
Ty and Dan examine the intricate tiers of college football, defining the programs in each and the teams best suited to move up in the college football world. Also, is lasagna a savory cake?
The Tues Cruise: Final Voyage
Ty and Dan discuss college football’s most interesting offseason storylines while, quite literally, riding a ferry in the middle of the East River.
Mail Time: Part 2
Ty and Dan touch base on Kirby Smart’s cold-blooded hire, Colorado’s extremely lukewarm coaching move, and a hypothetical question connecting the two. Plus, a double-dip on last week’s inbox, with a focus on important, non-football topics such as anniversary gifts, sock wearing strategies, and futuristic Japanese toilets.