Before They Were Stars
Ty and Dan welcome back Brandon Huffman from 247 Sports to talk about the prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft and reflect on what recruiting evaluations got right and wrong. Plus, why Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields are easy to root for, how Zach Wilson’s recruitment shaped him, how Jaelen Phillips reached his potential at Miami, how Najee Harris improved as a pass catcher, how Penei Sewell was molded by Oregon, and much more.
Airing of Grievances
Ty and Dan extend an olive branch to the Verballerhood, asking which college football takes they get right and which they get wrong on a regular basis.
How’s Your Marriage?
Ty and Dan take a look around college football and evaluate the state of affairs between coaches and their programs, prodding at the relationships that make the sport tick, while asking which coaches have wandering eyes, which couples still have the spark, and which programs are in it just for the hair.
Ty and Dan take a look at five Power 5 teams and evaluate whether their 2020 seasons are an indicator for where their football programs are headed.
Recruiting & Parity with Ari Wasserman
Ty and Dan run through five big upsets (and close calls) from the 2020 college football season, reliving the storylines and moments that made them special. Games featured include: Coastal Carolina vs. BYU, Indiana vs. Penn State, LSU vs. Florida, Texas vs. Texas Tech, and Oregon vs. Oregon State.
Ty and Dan channel their inner March Madness and play their own bracket game, debating the likelihood of various college football events in the 2021 season and beyond.
Spring Cleaning and VORC
Ty and Dan embrace the feeling of spring in the air, take a closer look at the programs that cleaned house and hired new coordinators this offseason, and stage an impromptu draft of the assistants who will have the most impact in 2021.
Dealing with Ceilings
Ty and Dan poll the Verballerhood and get a sense for how fans feel about their respective teams over the next few years and, more importantly, discuss realistic ceilings moving forward.