Ty and Dan put the Big Ten East under a microscope and continue their series of 2021 college football previews. How concerned should we be about Ohio State’s new quarterback situation? Does Sean Clifford have another gear for Penn State? Is there a path to greater success for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan? Is Michael Penix Jr. the best quarterback in the Big Ten? What do we make of the 2020 campaigns for Michigan State, Rutgers and Maryland? Plus, a quick look at the MAC West.
2021 College Football Previews: ACC Coastal + AAC
Ty an Dan pick up where they left off and do a deep dive of the ACC Coastal. Is Miami or North Carolina the second best team in the ACC? How far can D’Eriq King and Sam Howell take their respective teams? Which direction is Virginia Tech headed? Is it time to cut loose David Cutcliffe at Duke? What’s the deal with Georgia Tech’s impossible schedule? And why does it feel like Kenny Pickett is in his 58th year at Pitt? Plus, the third best team in the AAC behind Cincinnati and UCF, and much, much more!
2021 College Football Previews: ACC Atlantic + Notre Dame + AAC
Ty and Dan kick off their 2021 college football previews by doing a deep dive of the ACC Atlantic, the teams from the former AAC East, and Notre Dame. Is Clemson’s quarterback depth an issue? What does the Jack Coan era look like at Notre Dame? How close is Mike Norvell to righting the Florida State program? How excited is too excited about Boston College and Phil Jurkovec? Is this the year NC State finally breaks through? Are people sleeping on Wake Forest? Will Louisville stop turning the ball over this season? And what’s the deal with Dino Babers?
Our Wishlist for the 2021 College Football Season
Before jumping into conference previews, Ty and Dan pause for a moment of reflection and discuss the items on their college football wishlist for the upcoming 2021 season. Can McKenzie Milton regain his old form? Will another Coastal Carolina emerge? Can Oregon vault the Pac-12 into championship contention with a win over Ohio State. Plus, an awkward conversation about SkiErgs, gray hair, and more.
Five Must-Watch ACC Games In 2021
At first glance, the ACC is just Clemson and everyone else. That won’t change this year. Clemson will indeed be dominant, and everyone else is probably playing for second place. But there are some decent indicators that the second place race will be close and fun to watch. Multiple top-flight quarterback talents, whole returning squads thanks to last year’s truncated season, and interesting matchups abound. The ACC’s conference championship race should unfold every week in intriguing ways. But the season hasn’t started yet! Ain’t nothin’ to watch!! What the heck could I, a writer who usually writes about watching college . . .
ACC Sneaky Stats and Unexpected Challengers
Hello and welcome to a fun, weekly, stats driven look at the state of college football! We’ll share interesting trends, discuss breakout players, dive into some fun statistics, and much more. But! Before College Football officially kicks off (providing us with much more fun data to play with) we’ll be previewing each conference by the numbers to get you up to speed on the entire national landscape that we love so dearly. This week: a look at the ACC. What History Tells Us About The ACC If recent history can teach us one thing about the ACC, it’s that we . . .
Six Signs College Football Is Back To Normal
As America steadily emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, the question on every college football fan’s mind is when their favorite sport will be back to normal. But what does normal even mean? Sure, stadiums will reopen to greater capacities, but that’s a largely superficial change that barely impacts most schools south of the Mason-Dixon line. No, we won’t be able to confirm a return to normalcy until these tried and true traditions are back on the gridiron bringing us equal parts joy, shame, and pain. Week One national championship preview is actually more of a Gasparilla Bowl preview It was . . .