Ty and Dan take a look at the biggest offseason transactions, from coaching moves to transactions and more, and discuss how they’ll impact the short- and long-term college football landscape. Plus, an important, emotional ranking of Disney and Pixar movies.
Recruiting Recap with Brandon Huffman
Ty and Dan touch base with Brandon Huffman from 247Sports and recap the 2018-19 recruiting cycle. Who are the instant impact players in this year’s class? What teams surprised (and disappointed)? Where were battle lines drawn on the recruiting trail, and which programs are gaining momentum for future classes?
Ty and Dan empty the mailbag and discuss dynasties in college football, the development of five-star quarterbacks, the short-term outlook for USC, and more. Plus, weird weather, Chili’s dating tips, and relationship tips, and a very special bit of breaking news.
2018 SEC Autopsy Rulings
Dan is joined by Sports Illustrated’s Andy Staples to jump around the SEC to diagnose what exactly happened in 2018 and what it may mean moving forward. This means discussions about South Carolina’s defense, Mizzou’s secret quality, Mississippi State getting better at QB, Florida needing more defensive talent, and Texas A&M’s potential, among many other conference topics.
2018 ACC Autopsy Rulings
Dan is joined by CBS Sports’ Chip Patterson to run down the big picture meanings of what transpired this past fall in the ACC and what it may mean for the future.
Fantasy Things Recap
Ty and Dan take a critical look back at their Fantasy Things picks from August and break down where they were right, wrong, and blissfully ignorant. Plus, Kyler Murray’s NFL declaration, Justin Fields’s transfer to Ohio State, the halcyon days of of Kliff Kingsbury at USC, and much more.
National Championship Recap
Ty and Dan walk back through Clemson’s dominant win over Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship and relive Trevor Lawrence’s legendary performance, Brent Venables’ brilliant scheme, and the adaptability of Dabo Swinney’s offense as the Tigers completed an incredible 15-0 season. Photo courtesy Bryan Fischer