Breaking Free

July 5, 2022

In the spirit of July 4th, Ty and Dan go around college football and find their favorite situations of newfound freedom for the 2022 college football season, from Adrian Martinez’s transfer to Clay Helton’s dismissal and much more. (Also, this episode was recorded before the MASS REALIGNMENT HYSTERIA as USC and UCLA announced they were headed to the Big Ten. We’ll be sure to talk a LOT more about this on Thursday’s episode.)

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