Charlie Weis’s Millions (5/18/2017)
Ty and Dan connect up to discuss the once-in-a-lifetime scenario of Charlie Weis’s multimillion dollar buyout and their hypothetical strategies for spending $19 million. Plus, a look at which lousy teams from 2016 stand the best chance of springing back to life this fall.
State of the Coaching Union (6/13)
Ty and Dan talk with Bruce Feldman from Fox Sports about ten prominent college football coaches and how they rank in terms of recruiting, strategy, and organizational aptitude. Plus, some advice for new fathers and all the reasons why Charlie Weis is the worst coach of a major college football program.
Tire Fire Alert: Week 10
We’re back for another installment of Tire Fires: showcasing the awful, the hot and the sticky of college football. It’s slim pickins’ this week, both in good games and obvious beat downs. Luckily I’ve been at this for a few weeks, so I know where to to find fire. Let’s begin.
Road Warriors (10/9)
Ty and Dan discuss Oregon’s road test, Northwestern’s let-down spot, Tyler Murphy in Baton Rouge, Texas Comedy Day and make picks for all of the relevant Week Seven action. Plus, darkhorse selection committee candidates, 90s TV families, rival Clemsonings, and inconvenient baby showers.
Social Media (6/5)
Ty and Dan play a quick and uncomfortable game of Buy Or Sell before delving into the inbox, Twitter feed and Facebook threads for Verballer questions about FBS possibilities in Mexico, college coaches on The Bachelor, football viewing habits, and Matthew McConaughey. [powerpress]
Holly Anderson (7/30)
Ty and Dan talk with Holly Anderson from SI.com about Tim Beckman’s singing voice, West Virginia’s compatibility with the Big 12, uncomfortable ACC predictions, USC’s value as a title contender, and the general anguish of being a Tennessee fan. This episode contains some cussin’, so be sure to earmuff the kids.
David Ubben (3/5)
Ty and Dan talk with ESPN.com’s David Ubben about the leadership of the Big 12, TCU and West Virginia’s chances for success in conference play, Oklahoma’s defense, David Ash, Paul Rhoads, and Justin Blackmon vs. Michael Crabtree. Plus, Verballer e-mails and a distracting conversation about Olivia Munn.
Chris Brown (5/24)
Ty and Dan talk with Chris Brown from SmartFootball.com about turnover among offensive assistants in college football and the impact new philosophies will have on their respective teams.
Anybody’s Guest (2/24)
With Dan feeling under the weather, Ty talks with Uncle Joe Colarusso about the BCS, Cam Newton and NFL combines, and then plows through the inbox with East Coast Elliott, who introduces a strange name game, disses Charlie Weis, and seals his deal for a trip to hell with talk of his Dead League.