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.
Stuck in Tar: Part 2 – Tennessee and Miami
Ty and Dan continue on with the second part of the Stuck in Tar series and react to the news of Tennessee’s new coach while dissecting the state of the Vols over the last decade. Plus, a hard look at the Miami Hurricanes and the never-ending quest to bring the swagger back to Coral Gables.
Surprisingly Soaring Saturday
Ty and Dan dissect the seemingly imminent news that the Big Ten and Pac-12 are plotting a sooner-than-expected comeback this fall. Plus, an honest evaluation of a college football slate with very few big games, but interesting storylines nonetheless. Links from the show: Big Ten officials to vote on whether to reverse course and hold an abbreviated fall college sports season Mid-to-late November ‘most aggressive’ return target date for Pac-12, source says Texas A&M’s Jhamon Ausbon to sit out season Ohio State CB Shaun Wade, potential top-10 pick in 2021, opts out of senior season LSU DL Neil Farrell expected . . .
Mail Time: Part 1
Ty and Dan empty an overflowing inbox and assess Mel Tucker’s sudden move to Michigan State, a proposed revision to player transfer rules, the Dave Aranda version of Baylor, and the new coaches most likely to make an immediate impact. Plus, a revival plan for “toxic” fan bases, a watch strategy for new dads, a stadium bucket list, and much more.
Rematch of the Millennium! (9/11)
Ty and Dan recap the firing of Manny Diaz at Texas and the recent articles published by Sports Illustrated and Yahoo! Sports before making their official selections for most relevant games in college football’s third week. Plus, a brief discussion on the genesis of “Doctor Bo Wallace” and other Mississippi-related topics.
The Smartest Football (3/6)
Ty and Dan talk with Chris Brown from SmartFootball.com about up-tempo offensive trends, the evolution of the Air Raid offense, Auburn’s switch to a 4-2-5 defense, the graduation of the read option to the pro game, the turnaround of Matt McGloin, and much more. (In short, just listen because this was really good.) [powerpress]
Mack Attack (2/21)
Ty and Dan talk with Kirk Bohls from the Austin American-Statesman about Mack Brown’s struggles in 2010, the overhaul of the Texas coaching staff, and the impact of losing a BCS Championship game.