Recruiting Extravaganza (1/30)
Ty and Dan nerd out on all things recruiting with Scout.com’s Brandon Huffman and discuss social media’s impact on recruiting, the demographics of position groups, UCLA’s surprise class, Tosh Lupoi’s pull, Arik Armstead’s massiveness, the Gunner Kiel World Tour, and much, much more.
The Loss of a Legend (1/23)
Ty and Dan are joined by Ben Jones from StateCollege.com and Black Shoe Diaries to discuss the passing of Joe Paterno, the state of the university in the wake of the Sandusky scandal, the start of the Bill O’Brien era, and the Urban Meyer rumors that persisted throughout the season. Plus, Dan breaks down the Chip Kelly-to-Tampa scare that gripped the Oregon fan base on Sunday night.
Herb Hand (1/18)
Ty and Dan talk with Herb Hand, offensive line coach for Vanderbilt, about James Franklin’s successful first season, the perceived talent gap in the SEC, game planning for Alabama’s physical defense, and the addictive qualities of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee.
Moving Targets (1/16)
Ty and Dan slide into offseason mode by talking about the decisions and indecisions of Gunner Kiel, Darron Thomas, Tosh Lupoi, Doug Nussmeier, and the oddsmakers who installed Notre Dame as 18-1 darkhorses for the 2013 BCS Championship. Plus, Verballer e-mails.
Win Back Jams (1/11)
Ty and Dan settle into postseason mode by discussing the latest news, running through an early 2012 top five, reading a compelling argument for the BCS, outlining the brilliance of the Paul Finebaum Show, and doing their best to win back a longtime Verballer.
Roll Tide (1/10)
Ty and Dan recap Alabama’s victory, Jordan Jefferson’s shuffle pass, Brad Smelley’s key role, their favorite bowl moments, and West Coast Kevin’s taco triumph.
BCS Championship Live Chat (1/9)
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BCS Title Preview (1/4)
Ty and Dan talk with Andy Staples from SI.com about his pick for the BCS Championship, the crucial role of special teams, the legacy of Jarrett Lee, and the tweaks needed to break the game one way or another. Plus, food talk.
VIDEO: Rose Bowl Players’ Favorite Things
Watch as players from Oregon and Wisconsin reveal their favorites in food, TV, celebrities, and hidden talents. It gets weird.