Ty and Dan walk back through a chaotic week of college football, as NC State knocked off Clemson for the first time in a decade, Arkansas made an SEC West statement, Oklahoma hung on by the skin of its teeth, and Notre Dame rose up late to hammer Wisconsin. Plus, questions about the offenses in Michigan, Bo Nix benched, Pac-12 After Dark madness, and a trip to the Altar of Dan and Totem of Ty. Related: Oregon upsets Ohio State + Notre Dame ekes one out + College Football Week 2 Recap Penn State withstands Auburn + Florida pushes Alabama . . .
Injury Updates + Playoff Pause + WSV News Radio
Ty and Dan take a look at the evolving QB situation at USC, the status of D’Eriq King’s throwing shoulder, and the questions along LSU’s offensive line. Plus, Lane Kiffin has things to say about Alabama and the powers-that-be and pausing their move to expand the playoff. Related: The Alliance + Starting QBs + Introducing WSV News Radio Big 12 expansion + New playoff snags + RIP Redbox Bowl Bill Connelly Talks Numbers + Latest College Football News Will it Kill College Football? Playoff Expansion, the Alliance, and More
Notre Dame – Wisconsin CoanFest + Scratch ‘n Sniff Saturday + College Football Week 4 Preview
Ty and Dan take a trip into the Coan Zone and dissect the week’s big matchup between Notre Dame and Wisconsin at Soldier Field in Chicago. Plus, is Clemson’s offense OK? Is LSU really any good? How excited is too excited for the Arkansas Razorbacks? And why Week 4 is best characterized as Scratch ‘n Sniff Saturday. Related: Week 1 Preview: Clemson-Georgia showdown, Alabama’s title defense, Notre Dame’s road trap Oregon upsets Ohio State + Notre Dame ekes one out + College Football Week 2 Recap Week 2 Preview: Ohio State-Oregon clash + Cy-Hawk Trophy + Notre Dame-Florida State recap
Penn State withstands Auburn + Florida pushes Alabama + College Football Week 3 Recap
Ty and Dan recap Penn State’s thrilling victory over Auburn amid a white out crowd in Beaver Stadium, Florida’s near-comeback against Alabama, complete chaos in the Pac-12 South, a wide open Big Ten East, Oklahoma’s offensive struggles, and questions about the Clemson offense. Plus, a lively batch of Week 3 Reverbs, stinky SEC refs, and potentially, needing to talk to our children about Iowa and Arkansas. Related: Georgia’s suffocating defense + Penn State’s statement win + College Football Week 1 Recap Week 3 College Football Preview: Penn State whiteout + Alabama visits Florida Oregon upsets Ohio State + Notre Dame . . .
USC Coaching Search: Do You Have What it Takes to Lead the Trojans?
Head Football Coach University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Two weeks ago | 0 applicants Full Time 10,001+ employees · Higher Education Actively recruiting Apply Now Are you a somewhat motivated self-starter with a loose interest in succeeding marginally? Where others see a clear path to the College Football Playoff, do you see nine ugly wins and a trip to the Holiday Bowl? Are you mostly free for the next three months or so? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you sound like a great fit for USC football. The Trojans have an immediate opening . . .
What College Football Games Are On TV? Week 4 (9/25)
We’ve already made it through the first act of this college football season. We have preliminary data on every team out there. Now, though, is when the proving starts. Most squads start conference play this week. And for those in the Power 5, these are the games that really make a difference. No longer can you dunk on cupcake schools with lesser talent. Well, unless you’re in the Big 12 and you get to face Kansas. (I’m sorry, Jayhawks. I deal in truth here.) And here’s another truth: This is the most seemingly wide open season of college football in . . .
Sneaky Stats for Week 4 of the 2021 College Football Season
Welcome to back to the Sneaky Stats series! Week 3 provided us with some fun upsets, some faithful favorites thrashing their opponents, and dramatic, potential playoff implications galore. Let’s take a brief look at some fun stats from Week 3, then look ahead to some sneaky stats that could impact Week 4 action! Week 3 – First things first. The Ole Miss offense isn’t just good, it’s absolutely absurd right now. They absolutely crushed Tulane 61-21 and it could have been much worse had they not taken the foot off the pedal. The Rebels are somehow averaging 7 touchdowns and . . .