Trick or Treat (10/31)
Ty and Dan get together on Halloween and recap the Week 9 action, including solid road wins by Oregon and Auburn and tough road losses for Michigan State and Missouri.
Click Chorus: Oct. 29, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Scarlett Johansson, because, well, damnit it just is. ***** • The latest from Notre Dame regarding the accident with the video assistant. The school has commenced their expected backpedaling. Fox Sports’s Jason Whitlock thinks the accident should spell Brian Kelly’s exit from the school. • ESPN has a “Firsthand Account of Life as a College Football Video Coordinator.” • Michigan State CB Chris Rucker has been reinstated by Spartans coach Mark Dantonio, following a short jail sentence for violating his probation with a DWI. I love that warm, fuzzy feeling I get after . . .
Week 9 Preview (10/28)
Ty and Dan reunite for a rousing preview of all the Week 9 action. Plus, Verballer e-mails and a brief look at the latest happenings.
Click Chorus: Oct. 28, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Foot Locker. Why? Because it’s the most successful shoe store ever started by a referee with no hands, that’s why. And because Florida State plays tonight. That’s also why. ***** • A Notre Dame student/video assistant was tragically killed when the tower he was filming practice from was knocked over by tremendous winds. He posted updates on Twitter beforehand, it’s pretty haunting. • Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon will be suspended for one game following Monday’s DUI arrest. Because the only real way to send a message that drunkenly driving 92 MPH in . . .
Triple Rainbow (10/27)
Dan flies solo (what does this meeeeeean?) and lines up a fierce triple play of college football guests with Clay Travis from AOL Fanhouse, Brian Cook from MGoBlog.com, and friend of the show and House of Run podcast host “West Coast Kevin.”
Click Chorus: Oct. 27, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by USC alum Joe Francis. Yep, he went to USC. The University of Southern California. In Los Angeles. The Trojans. USC. Fight on. ***** • Boise State beat up on Louisiana Tech last night, or as SEC fans recall, “Boise State pathetically scraped by Louisiana Tech.” • Oklahoma State WR Justin Blackmon was arrested on a DUI complaint in Texas while driving home from Monday night’s Dallas Cowboys game, marking the first time Blackmon’s been caught from behind this season. • Wounded: Wisconsin RT Josh Oglesby is out for the year after undergoing knee . . .
Click Chorus: Oct. 26, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Regis Philbin, who, in rooting for Notre Dame Saturday, is unequivocally anti-United States Navy. But probably for stomach-stomping. That rascal. ***** • Tennessee coach Derek Dooley compared his team to the Germans in World War II. Improperly. • Notre Dame lost to Navy on Saturday, but only if cheap stomach-stomps aren’t worth 20 points apiece. • Michigan State CB Chris Rucker drove recklessly, which violated his probation, and landed him in the clink for about a week. You’ll notice a particularly witty line in the linked story about his “new teammates at Ingham . . .
Click Chorus: Oct. 25, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Texas alumnus Owen Wilson. I’m not sure if he’s funny when he’s not with Wes Anderson or (occasionally) Ben Stiller, but he sure is … a Texas alumnus. And not as happy as most Iowa State graduates today. ***** • ESPN’s squad of CFB bloggers drop power rankings, bowl predictions, and take some time to figure out what they’ve learned. And also, a bit of advice — don’t wake them up when they’re dreaming. • The latest rankings are out. Oregon has somehow insulted the computers and I can’t help but feel that, . . .
Week 8 Review (10/24)
Ty and Dan talk about Mizzou’s big win, the rise of Auburn, and Navy’s dismantling of Notre Dame. Plus, Verballers ReVerbs.