Tim Cowlishaw (4/10)
Ty and Dan chat with Tim Cowlishaw from the Dallas Morning News and ESPN about his book, Drunk On Sports, the state of football in Texas, the overnight fame of Johnny Manziel, Jimmy Johnson’s success as a college coach in the NFL, and much more.
Current Affairs (3/27)
Ty and Dan delve into college football’s current events, including Johnny Manziel’s exodus from Twitter, Arlington’s lock for the 2015 title game, Michigan’s “new” offense with Devin Gardner, David Shaw’s recruiting mandate, Notre Dame’s wave of transfers, and career opportunities for men named “Gunner”. [powerpress]
Spring Has Sprung (3/25)
Ty and Dan quiz CBS Sports’ Bruce Feldman on the key spring storylines in college football, the hottest position battles at major programs and 90s R&B music. [powerpress]
Pete Sampson (4/5)
Ty and Dan talk with Pete Sampson from IrishIllustrated.com about Tommy Rees’ chances of being the starting quarterback, Brian Kelly’s temperament, the team’s problems at cornerback, and Notre Dame’s inexplicable 20-to-1 odds to win the BCS Championship.
Stewart Mandel (3/28)
Ty and Dan welcome back Stewart Mandel to discuss Wisconsin’s transfer factory, T-Magic’s consistency, Kevin Wilson’s horrible first season, realistic expectations for Ohio State, and much more. Plus, a candid discussion about Bret Bielema’s hair strategy.
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.
Recruiting Extravaganza (1/30)
Ty and Dan nerd out on all things recruiting with Scout.com’s Brandon Huffman and discuss social media’s impact on recruiting, the demographics of position groups, UCLA’s surprise class, Tosh Lupoi’s pull, Arik Armstead’s massiveness, the Gunner Kiel World Tour, and much, much more.
Moving Targets (1/16)
Ty and Dan slide into offseason mode by talking about the decisions and indecisions of Gunner Kiel, Darron Thomas, Tosh Lupoi, Doug Nussmeier, and the oddsmakers who installed Notre Dame as 18-1 darkhorses for the 2013 BCS Championship. Plus, Verballer e-mails.