February 13, 2024

The Ohio State Domino Effect with Bruce Feldman

In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan are joined by Bruce Feldman (Fox Sports, The Athletic) to talk through the effects of Chip Kelly's move to Ohio State as the next Buckeyes offensive coordinator. What does it mean for Ryan Day and what is the state of the program that he leaves behind for new UCLA coach Deshaun Foster? Plus, does Kelly's move hint at more coaches fleeing the drastic changes that have thrown college football into a state of disarray?
February 8, 2024

The 2024 Losscars: Our Worst Takes From Last College Football Season

With the college football season officially in the books, it's time for careful reflection on some of the great misses from 2023. In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan join forces with Dr. Andrew Staples, a board-certified Wrongcologist, and take a look back at some of their worst takes from this past season. From giving the USC Trojans defense the benefit of the doubt to writing off Neal Brown at West Virginia and putting too much trust in Drew Allar at Penn State and more, the trio commiserates about its worst calls from the year that was.
February 6, 2024

Vanilla & Ice: College Football’s Year One Coaching Hits & Misses

With the 2023 college football season in the books, it's time to reflect on last year's biggest hires. In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan determine invent and arbitrary Vanilla Ice Index and catalog the best and worst problems solves among the class of first year coaches. How do the likes of Colorado's Deion Sanders, Nebraska's Matt Rhule, Wisconsin's Luke Fickell, Auburn's Hugh Freeze, Louisville's Jeff Brohm, Arizona State's Kenny Dillingham, and others rank relative to the field?
January 30, 2024

The Coaches That Defined This Transfer Portal Season

College football's transfer portal continues to drive offseason conversation. In this college football podcast episode, Ty and Dan take a look at the strategies of bigtime programs this offseason and discuss which schools (and new coaches) made the biggest impact via the transfer portal. What do they make of early successes by Mike Elko at Texas A&M and early struggles by Kalen DeBoer at Alabama? What does the future look like for Ryan Day and Lane Kiffin on the heels of building their own versions of college football super teams? Which second year coaches are doing the best job of using the Portal to their advantage?
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