Wisconsin @ Iowa, A Nature Film
The 2010 Wisconsin/Iowa game, as seen through the lens of nature.
Click Chorus: Feb. 28, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Maryland alum Jim Henson, the late creator of the Muppets. I don’t doubt for a second that he’d like the Terps’ new uniforms. ***** • CBS’s Dennis Dodd looks at the BCS’s tax-exempt status. Crap, The Solid Verbal may be next. • Iowa WR Marvin McNutt will miss spring practice after having both shoulder and thumb surgery. I’m assuming an Iowa player missing time without the reason including the word “test” is a relief. • The NFL Scouting Combine is ongoing. Here are some top performers. Surf around for all times. Man, I . . .
Click Chorus: Feb. 25, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you, once again, by Natalie Portman. I’m told she’ll pregnantly win an Oscar on Sunday. I can’t imagine that there’s any other reason to watch in earnest. ***** • SI.com’s Stewart Mandel fires a shot across the bow at Tennessee AD Mike Hamilton, the man responsible for hiring coaches accusing of violating NCAA rules in both of the school’s major revenue sports. • If Stanford QB Andrew Luck gets dinged up this fall, he’s still getting PAID. • Atlanta DE prospect Lorenzo Mauldin accepted an offer to play for South Carolina. And then the day before . . .
Anybody’s Guest (2/24)
With Dan feeling under the weather, Ty talks with Uncle Joe Colarusso about the BCS, Cam Newton and NFL combines, and then plows through the inbox with East Coast Elliott, who introduces a strange name game, disses Charlie Weis, and seals his deal for a trip to hell with talk of his Dead League.
Click Chorus: Feb. 22, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Ronnie from Jersey Shore. I assume he’s pro Monmouth in the budding QB mixtape feud. ***** • Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville received a raise of $500,000 — an upsetting detail to the school’s faculty members, who recently were forced to take pay cuts. And agree to comb Tuberville’s fine silver hair once a week. Excessive. • SI.com’s Stewart Mandel speaks with former current UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel. • CBS’s Bryan Fischer has a primer for Stanford’s spring. It purports that QB Andrew Luck is competent. I’m taking a wait-and-see approach. • Monmouth . . .
Mack Attack (2/21)
Ty and Dan talk with Kirk Bohls from the Austin American-Statesman about Mack Brown’s struggles in 2010, the overhaul of the Texas coaching staff, and the impact of losing a BCS Championship game.
Click Chorus: Feb. 18, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Sterling Mallory Archer. I know not of his formal education, I just know that he gave me the line “…like the Pelé of anal” and that’s more than enough. ***** • An arrest was made after it was confirmed that somebody had poisoned the soil at Toomer’s Corner, the historic section of oak trees on Auburn‘s campus. Harvey Updyke, an Alabama fan who confirmed his responsibility on the Paul Finebaum Show, was arrested yesterday and held on a charge of criminal mischief. Leaving voicemails for an Auburn turfgrass management professor’s also didn’t help . . .
Al from Dadeville (2/17)
Ty and Dan examine the strange case of “Al from Dadeville,” the ballad of Rick Neuheisel, and the various assistant coaching hires around the country. Plus, listener messages.
Roll Tide: The Toomer’s Corner Remix
A great commercial, now remixed with that special Al from Dadeville touch. Roll damn Tide!! REEEEEEEEEEMIIIIIIXXXXXXXXXXXX!!!!!!!!!!