Media Day (Mini) Rose Bowl Preview (12/30)
Dan and CBS Sports’s Bruce Feldman sit down briefly to break down the Rose Bowl matchup between Oregon and Wisconsin, with thoughts on Chip Kelly and Bret Bielema, layoff advantages, and who might win the game’s MVP trophy.
Fight Hunger (12/28)
Ty and Dan decide to break down the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl from all angles with the help of Robert Rosenthal from ALionEye.com and Larry Brown from LarryBrownSports.com. Plus, previews and picks for a slew of other bowl games
Chris Fowler (12/25)
Ty and Dan talk with ESPN’s Chris Fowler about the evolution of College Gameday, takeaways from the 2011 college football season, Lee Corso’s Freudian slip, the controversial ending to the 1991 Orange Bowl, and, randomly, the future of American tennis.
Bowls and Stuff (12/21)
Ty and Dan talk about the sanctioned levied upon Ohio State, the coaching vacancy at Penn State, player compensation, bowl picks, and dead pools.
Lowell Galindo (12/18)
Ty and Dan talk with Lowell Galindo from Longhorn Network about the Mack Brown’s future at Texas, Texas A&M’s move to the SEC, non-traditional powers rising up in the Big 12, and public perception of the network.
New Mexico Bowlapalooza (12/14)
Ty and Dan discuss bizarre coaching moves with Clay Travis and provide wall-to-wall New Mexico Bowl coverage with help from Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Robert Gagliardi from the Wyoming Tribune Eagle.
Scott Van Pelt (12/11)
Ty and Dan talk with ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt about the BCS rematch between LSU and Alabama, questionable coaching hires, conference realignment, Maryland’s uniforms, Tyrann Mathieu’s silver suit, and blocking kicks in NCAA ’12.
Casual Dress Wednesday (12/7)
Ty and Dan relax after a grueling 14 weeks by recapping the latest coaching news, playing voice messages, reading through e-mails and randomly discussing the population of Bangladesh.
Let’s Go Bowling (12/5)
Ty and Dan run through all the action from Conference Championship Week, break down the looming rematch between LSU and Alabama, take a quick glance at their favorite bowl match-ups, and debate another rousing rendition of the Dr. Pepper halftime throwing contest. Plus, your Week 14 Reverbs.