Ty and Dan break down Missouri’s heartbreaking loss, Miami’s near-miss, Texas’s under-the-radar victory, Ohio State’s onside kick, and a slew of blowouts around college football. Plus, your Week 9 Reverbs.
Cocked, Locked, Ready to Rock (10/23)
Ty and Dan debate the merits of the Missouri Tigers, discuss the possibilities of a Saturday Clemsoning, and dissect UCLA’s chances against Oregon while making their picks for college football’s ninth week. Plus, a Patriot League Lightning Round, an official nickname for Texas Tech’s Davis Webb, and how college football kickoffs relate to R. Kelly’s time system.
Kegs, Eggs and Kramer (6/10)
Ty and Dan talk with Adam Kramer from Bleacher Report and Kegs ‘n Eggs about the college football point spreads released by the Golden Nugget, what they mean to the average bettor, and how they should be interpreted by the average fan. Plus, an honest discussion about super “public” teams, way-too-early betting locks, an impromptu power ranking of meals, and an important question about Bud Light Lime. [powerpress]
Week 6 Preview (10/5)
Ty and Dan make their Week 6 Picks, talk about Missouri’s potential move to the SEC, discuss Michigan’s defense, and debate whether Clemson is 2010 Auburn in disguise.
Week 2 Preview (9/7)
Ty and Dan talk about Texas A&M’s move to the SEC, Mark Richt’s hot seat, poor sportsmanship, and all the important action ahead in the second week of the season.
The Non-AQs (8/25)
Ty and Dan fly solo and preview 10 non-automatic qualifiers (Boise State, TCU, Air Force, San Diego State, UCF, Houston, Tulsa, SMU, Florida International, and BYU).
Non-AQ Preview (5/10)
Ty and Dan delve into 10 non-AQ teams and preview an underrated and surprisingly deep group of teams outside the six major conferences.
Click Chorus: Dec. 28, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Seth Galifianakis, brother of Zach and proud NC State graduate. Go Wolfpack! ***** • Air Force beat Georgia Tech in the Triple Option Bowl in a game that can best be described as “14-7.” If anything, it was a victory for football purists — those who still aren’t fully on board with newfangled ideas like “the forward pass.” Even Air Force‘s falcon briefly left the action in Shreveport. • Sue Paterno, wife of Penn State coach Joe, is fighting back against rumors that her husband is in poor health and retiring in a . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 27, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you, in honor of today’s Independence Bowl by “Broken Arrow,” the greatest of all the Air Force movies that happen to star John Travolta and Christian Slater of all time. Or the worst. ***** • Last night, FIU beat Toledo 34-32 in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. The game involved a hook-and-ladder to save 4th and 17, a RB named “Adonis,” and enthusiasm from the broadcast team that can only be defined as “slightly above-average.” FIU coach Mario Cristobol was pleased. • Hawaii got killed by Tulsa Friday night in the Hawaii Bowl. Turnovers were . . .