Ty and Dan empty out the inbox and address the Group of Five’s playoff chances, the most overhyped QB recruits, home field advantage in the time of COVID-19, and more. Plus, Nebraska players sue the Big Ten, creative winter football ideas, LSU’s line in quarantine, and a weird Les Miles quote. Links from the show: Eight Nebraska football players sue Big Ten over decision to postpone season Big Ten considering multiple domed stadiums as sites for potential winter college football season Big 12, Conference USA join SEC in conducting three COVID-19 tests per week during 2020 season Sources: Majority of . . .
Sizzling for Saturday with Michael Felder
Ty and Dan join forces to break down the Big Ten’s open letter to critics, tailgating at Florida State, NCAA eligibility rulings and off-campus parties at Notre Dame. Plus, Dan chats with Michael Felder about his kitchen skills and some tips for cooking up the perfect Saturday feasts for a weird college football season. Links from the show: Big Ten won’t revisit decision to postpone fall sports, Kevin Warren says Penn State coach James Franklin ‘frustrated’ by lack of communication from Big Ten in canceling fall season Notre Dame elects to pause practice at least one day amid school’s rise . . .
State of Play with Ross Dellenger
Ty and Dan talk with Ross Dellenger from Sports Illustrated about the behind-the-scenes conversations driving college football in the time of COVID-19. Plus, a look at the updated SEC schedule, an uprising in the Big Ten, spiking cases around college campuses, and much more.
Full Speed Ahead in the Big 12 + The Brohm Plan
Ty and Dan discuss the updated Big 12 schedule, rising tensions among players and administrators, Jeff Brohm’s plan for spring football, and more.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 are dunzo
Ty and Dan react to the breaking news that the Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed their fall seasons due to the pandemic with an eye on playing this spring. What is the state of the Big 12, ACC, and SEC and what does the immediate future hold for us as college football fans?
Late Breaking Conference News + The Most Drivable Season
Ty and Dan react to news that the Big Ten, and perhaps other conferences, will not be playing non-conference games this fall. Plus, the Ivy League’s precedent, “pauses” at Ohio State and North Carolina, and major cuts at Stanford. And, amid an uncertain outlook, a proposal to make college football as drivable as possible. Listen to this episode on our website and subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts.
Pleasant (and Unpleasant) Surprises
Ty and Dan take a look back at the 2019 college football season and discuss each conference’s most pleasant and unpleasant surprises.
Championship Week Recap
Ty and Dan walk back through college football’s conference championship games and wonder if LSU is beatable, if we learned anything new about Ohio State, if Clemson is just getting warmed up, and if Jalen Hurts can stop hurting his own team. Plus, coaching moves, bowl matchups, and overhand Dr. Pepper Tuition Throws.
College Football Week 6 Recap
Ty and Dan walk back through Truth Hurts Saturday with dramatic drive chart readouts from Iowa-Michigan and Auburn-Florida, a closer look at Ohio State’s electric offense, a moment of reflection over the state of the Pac-12 and much more. Plus, an infrastructure suggestion for Ames, a name change in Louisville, and another record for Joe Burrow.