Down Go The Ducks + Ohio State Dominates + College Football Week 12 Recap
Ty and Dan react to an eventful Week 12 in college football, as the Utah Utes dominated the No. 3 Oregon Ducks, Ohio State blew the doors off Michigan State, and Alabama’s closer-than-expected win over Arkansas. Plus, Clemson’s improbable ACC title run, Cincinnati’s style points, Oklahoma’s clunker, South Carolina’s “Tommy Boy” car, Penn State’s Canadian savior, Stanford’s $9 million discussion, a proposed IncapaBOWL, and New Mexico’s emergency quarterback. Plus, BREAKING NEWS, as Dan Mullen is fired at Florida.
Coaching Rumors with Bruce Feldman
Ty and Dan chat with Bruce Feldman of The Athletic and Fox Sports about the chaotic state of affairs in the coaching ranks, with high-profile openings at six Power 5 programs. Is there any truth to the rumors that Lincoln Riley might leave Oklahoma for LSU? Would Dave Aranda bolt from Baylor to lead the USC Trojans? Is Sonny Dykes a lock for the TCU job? Which coaches make the most sense at Washington and Virginia Tech? And how do names like Matt Campbell, James Franklin, Mario Cristobal, and Billy Napier fit into the conversation? Plus, the status of other . . .
2021 College Football Previews: SEC East + Sun Belt East
Is this finally the year the Georgia Bulldogs gets over the hump? What will the Florida Gators’ offense look like without Kyle Trask, Kadarius Toney and Kyle Pitts? Why doe Ty have a crush on the Missouri Tigers? Will the Kentucky Wildcats’ new offensive philosophy work with its personnel? What’s to make of the new coaching hires for the Tennessee Volunteers, South Carolina Gamecocks and Vanderbilt Commodores? Ty and Dan give their 2021 SEC East preview and discuss why the Sun Belt East is one of the most interesting divisions in all of college football.
How’s Your Marriage?
Ty and Dan take a look around college football and evaluate the state of affairs between coaches and their programs, prodding at the relationships that make the sport tick, while asking which coaches have wandering eyes, which couples still have the spark, and which programs are in it just for the hair.
2020 SEC Conference Preview
Ty and Dan take a look at the SEC in preparation for the weirdest college football season in history. How will LSU follow up its once-in-a-lifetime season? What will a Mac Jones offense look like at Alabama? Is Georgia or Florida the frontrunner in the SEC East? All that and more, plus the latest news from around the world of college football. Links from the show: Jamie Newman (UGA) opts out of 2020 season because of coronavirus concerns Iowa State backtracks, says no fans for football opener New 2020 SP+ from ESPN’s Bill Connelly Nearly half of Power 5 won’t . . .
USC’s season in doubt + July Q&A
Ty and Dan break down USC’s move to an online semester and assess the ramifications for the 2020 college football season. Plus, a Verballer Q&A for the Fourth of July weekend.
Chuba Hubbard confronts Mike Gundy, COVID Cases, and Third Year Coach Q&A
Ty and Dan discuss Chuba Hubbard’s stand against Mike Gundy at Oklahoma State, as well as new cases of COVID-19 at Alabama, Clemson, Texas and beyond. Plus, a prom-themed looked at third year head coaches going into the 2020 college football season.
New Coaches and New Beginnings
Ty and Dan connect with Andy Staples to chat about the state of the biggest coaching hires for the 2018 college football season. How can we measure Jimbo Fisher’s immediate impact at Texas A&M? Which Chip Kelly will show up at UCLA? Is Dan Mullen just a quarterback away from leading Florida back to prominence? And what makes Scott Frost different than previous Nebraska coaches?
College Football Championship Week Picks and Previews
Ty and Dan rehash a wild week on the Coaching Carousel, as Dan Mullen went back to Florida, Joe Moorhead went to Mississippi State, and the Tennessee fan base was outraged at the thought of Greg Schiano. Plus, a breakdown of a giant week of conference championship games, featuring rematches in the Big 12, SEC, and Pac-12 title games, monster matchups in the Big Ten and ACC, and a meaty week of Dr. Pepper ads.