Michigan Beats Ohio State + Alabama and Oklahoma State Prevail + Rivalry Week Mega Recap
Ty and Dan catch their breath after an exhilirating Rivalry Week, as Jim Harbaugh finally got the monkey off his back and knocked off Ohio State, Alabama survived in quadruple overtime in the Iron Bowl, and Bedlam lived up to its name with Oklahoma State edging out the Sooners. Plus, Cincinnati stayed on course for the College Football Playoff, Iowa scooped up the Big Ten West, Wake Forest completed its 10-win season, Florida and LSU got bowl eligible, Oregon won the Platypus Cup, Wazzu stuck with Dickert, and Notre Dame destroyed Stanford.
Cincinnati’s Playoff Bid + James Franklin’s Extension + Brew & A
Ty and Dan discuss the news of the week, from Cincinnati’s ascension to No. 4 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings to James Franklin’s new 10-year contract. Plus, a special Black Friday Q&A segment, answering questions from the Patreon community.
The Biggest Game + Surprise Party Saturday + College Football Rivalry Week Preview
Ty and Dan bask in the excitement over the biggest Ohio State vs. Michigan game in years, debate the outcome of a monumental Bedlam Game between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, and wonder how the Territorial Cup went missing for 80 years. Plus, a breakdown of all the notable rivalry games in Week 13, including Florida State’s trip to Gainesville, a Nix-less Iron Bowl, a meaningful Platypus Cup, the Apple Cup, the Egg Bowl, and of course, the Old Oaken Bucket.
Down Go The Ducks + Ohio State Dominates + College Football Week 12 Recap
Ty and Dan react to an eventful Week 12 in college football, as the Utah Utes dominated the No. 3 Oregon Ducks, Ohio State blew the doors off Michigan State, and Alabama’s closer-than-expected win over Arkansas. Plus, Clemson’s improbable ACC title run, Cincinnati’s style points, Oklahoma’s clunker, South Carolina’s “Tommy Boy” car, Penn State’s Canadian savior, Stanford’s $9 million discussion, a proposed IncapaBOWL, and New Mexico’s emergency quarterback. Plus, BREAKING NEWS, as Dan Mullen is fired at Florida.
Coaching Rumors with Bruce Feldman
Ty and Dan chat with Bruce Feldman of The Athletic and Fox Sports about the chaotic state of affairs in the coaching ranks, with high-profile openings at six Power 5 programs. Is there any truth to the rumors that Lincoln Riley might leave Oklahoma for LSU? Would Dave Aranda bolt from Baylor to lead the USC Trojans? Is Sonny Dykes a lock for the TCU job? Which coaches make the most sense at Washington and Virginia Tech? And how do names like Matt Campbell, James Franklin, Mario Cristobal, and Billy Napier fit into the conversation? Plus, the status of other . . .
Oregon On The Road + Sad Slice Saturday + College Football Week 12 Preview
Ty and Dan step through a loaded Week 12, as the Oregon Ducks take their playoff hopes on the road to Utah, Ohio State prepares for a two-week stint against Michigan schools, and Cincinnati gears up for a potential thriller with SMU. Plus, a Vegas-knows-something game between Baylor and Kansas State, the quiet march of Oklahoma State, the search for USC’s Tracy Chapman against UCLA, Iowa State’s De Facto National Championship against Oklahoma, and much more.
Oklahoma Goes Down + Buckeye Domination + College Football Week 11 Recap
Ty and Dan react to Baylor’s win over Oklahoma and the emergence of Salty Lincoln Riley as a college football character. Plus, Ohio State’s destruction of upset-minded Purdue, Michigan’s big road W against Penn State, Georgia’s pseudo-crockpotting of Tennessee, Florida State’s triumph over Miami, and Oregon’s victory in a late night crappy camera game. And, Kansas snaps its conference losing streak against Texas, Ole Miss plays defense, Oklahoma State murders TCU, Florida struggles with Samford, Verballer Reverbs, and much more from Week 11!
College Football Playoff Rankings Reactions + The Future of the Postseason + Ari Wasserman
Ty and Dan are joined by Ari Wasserman of The Athletic to react to the latest batch of rankings from the College Football Playoff Committee. What’s the logic for putting Michigan ahead of Michigan State? Can Purdue knock off Ohio State, and what happens if it does? And what does the future of the sport’s postseason look like? Is there a way to solve the competitive imbalance?
Can Purdue Beat Ohio State? + St. Bernard Saturday + College Football Week 11 Preview
Ty and Dan prep for Week 11, as Baylor looks to knock off Oklahoma, Tennessee tries to shock the world, and Purdue attempts a third magical upset when it travels to Columbus. Plus, the Battle of the Daves in the ACC, the little bit of Nebraska in Miami, the tenuous coaching situation at Washington, and the potential for more chaos on a St. Bernard Saturday.