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.
Against All Odds
Ty and Dan examine the re-release of season win totals for the SEC, Big 12 and ACC. Plus, the Rona-adjusted Top 25, COVID cases at Oklahoma, Texas Tech and NC State, Luke Fickell’s new deal and a showcase game for the Bizzzzzzon. Links from the show: AP Top 25: Clemson No. 1, followed by Ohio State, Alabama College Football Playoff committee to release its first weekly rankings Nov. 17 Oklahoma position group “wiped out” by COVID-19 Texas Tech football reports 21 active COVID-19 cases NC State pauses athletic activities, including football, after COVID-19 clusters found within programs Tennessee football restricts . . .
Bowl Previews: Part 1 (12/11/2016)
Ty and Dan rummage through the first wave of bowl games (and gift bags) and hatch a winning strategy for your confidence pool after recapping the Heisman, Piesman, and a handful of new hires at Houston, USF and Cincinnati. Plus, some news on a potential live event in NYC in January. To join our bowl pool, click here.
Luke Zimmermann (8/6)
Ty and Dan talk with Luke Zimmermann from Land-Grant Holy Land about differences between Urban Meyer and Jim Tressel, the challenges of entering a season with boundaries, the progression of Braxton Miller, Luke Fickell’s demotion, and the weird dynamic of Michigan fans rooting for a relevant Ohio State. Plus, timely conversation about whether sprinters should get NFL contracts, the influx of bad beach tattoos, 90s movies about kids outsmarting adults, and winning strategies for public urination.
Ty and Dan talk with Sports Illustrated’s George Dohrmann about his highly-anticipated piece on Jim Tressel and wrongdoing at Ohio State University. Plus, new allegations against Terrelle Pryor and a hard look at where the Buckeye football program goes after the resignation of its head coach.