Bill Connelly’s Numb3rs (3/4)
Dan is Ty-less, but checks in with Football Study Hall’s Bill Connelly to talk the latest college football metrics and what they tell us about the current crop of college football players and teams and where numbers are headed in the future as we constantly try to learn more. [powerpress]
Brett McMurphy (5/31)
Ty and Dan talk with Brett McMurphy from CBSSports.com about the process of reporting on conference realignment news, the definition of “third parties”, the stability of the Big 12, the power that television money has over college football, and the winners and losers of the realignment campaign.
Ty and Dan react to the news that the BCS is ditching the “status quo” and plow through an overflowing inbox. Plus, an uncomfortable stripper story.
Stripped Down (3/26)
Ty and Dan ramble about Oregon’s closed practices, Gunner Kiel’s long-term prospects, and risers and fallers in select conferences. Also, awkward conversation about strip clubs as business entities that resemble laser tag arenas.
Mark Ennis (3/19)
Ty and Dan talk with Mark Ennis from BigEastCoastBias.com about the state of the Big East, Pitt’s coaching carousel, UConn’s free fall, the addition of Temple, and more.
Scott Van Pelt (12/11)
Ty and Dan talk with ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt about the BCS rematch between LSU and Alabama, questionable coaching hires, conference realignment, Maryland’s uniforms, Tyrann Mathieu’s silver suit, and blocking kicks in NCAA ’12.
Bruce Feldman (10/12)
Ty and Dan welcome Bruce Feldman back to the show to discuss Clemson’s ceiling, the looming LSU-Alabama showdown, Urban Meyer-to-Penn State rumors, the misunderstood Mike Gundy, and a host of other hot topics in college football. Plus, your e-mails and voice messages, and a Week 7 Preview.
U Already Know (8/18)
Ty and Dan discuss the bombshell report putting Miami under the microscope, conference expansion rumors, key injuries around college football, and plow through overflowing voicemail and e-mail inboxes.
Ty talks with Bryan Fischer from CBSSports.com about the possibility of Texas A&M leaving for the SEC, potential moves for Missouri and Virginia Tech, and the impact that conference realignment could have on the college football landscape.