2018 ACC Autopsy Rulings
Dan is joined by CBS Sports’ Chip Patterson to run down the big picture meanings of what transpired this past fall in the ACC and what it may mean for the future.
ACC Preview with Chip Patterson (8/5)
Ty and Dan talk with Chip Patterson from CBSSports.com and discuss the impact of Jameis Winston at Florida State, the trajectory of Virginia Tech, North Carolina’s expectations, Maryland’s sneaky-goodness, Georgia Tech’s ceiling, potential Clemsonings and much more. Plus, more Solid Trivial, because it’s still technically the offseason.
Click Chorus: June 2, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Max Weinberg, Seton Hall alum and Springsteen skin man. Did that sound weird? I’m hoping so. ***** • South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier proposed paying conference players $300/game out of each coach’s pocket. Related: Steve Spurrier isn’t taking SEC spring meetings very seriously. • ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg summarizes the latest in the Terrelle Pryor car(s) investigation. Apparently, his parents took care of everything. Case closed. Yep. • Yahoo!!!!!!!’s Dan Wetzel guesses that Ohio State leaked information about the ongoing Terrelle Pryor investigation to get media attention off of them. Wily. • West Virginia . . .
Click Chorus: May 19, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Ohio State alum and noted enthusiasm curber, Richard Lewis. Great, thanks Jim Tressel, another thing for Lewis to get bummed out about. Just great. ***** • SI Video has a great video piece about the University of Alabama and the recent tornado. Incredibly for SI, it’s not a writer on the phone passed off as “video.” • Keep following the Wiz of Odds‘s takedown of bowl deals with his ongoing expense report series. • The NCAA, being the all-powerful oversight organization that they are, answered questioning from the Department of Justice with a . . .
Click Chorus: May 17, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you once again by NC State alumnus Zach Galafianakis, star of Between Two Ferns and other things that may come out soon. ***** • Ole Miss dismissed DE Delvin Jones and LB Clarence Jackson after they were arrested for public drunkenness. It was not the first trouble either had been in. I know, right? • CBS’s Dennis Dodd proposes an idea to have Auburn-Alabama scrimmage in August to raise money for tornado relief. It’s such a good idea that it isn’t even his. Don’t worry, no credit was given. • Illinois AD Ron Guenther announced his . . .
Click Chorus: May 11, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Steve Zissou. I just saw The Life Aquatic again and it’s better than I rememberd, so I figured I’d honor it the only way I know how. I’d be perfectly fine with any school using Team Zissou as an alternative uniform template. Perfectly fine. ***** • ESPN’s Chris Spielman would be surprised if Ohio State coach Jim Tressel was back at all this fall. I tend to believe people like Chris Spielman. • CBS’s Tony Barnhart has ten questions about the ACC. Apparently, Virginia and Wake Forest are the neglected stepchildren here. • . . .
Click Chorus: May 4, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by high school graduate and folk legend James Taylor. He’s had countless hits, a career that’s spanned decades, and most importantly, he kind of looks like Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott. At times this week, I’ve secretly wanted Larry Scott to break down into an acoustic “Sweet Baby James” during conference media announcements, but perhaps I’ve said too much. ***** • All of the particulars of the Pac-12’s new media deal have now been released. ESPN and Fox will pay a combined $250 million/year for the right to broadcast football and basketball games, with a . . .
Click Chorus: May 2, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by proud Queens University (Belfast) alumnus Liam Neeson, who would’ve completely yesterday’s Pakistan mission long ago if given the chance. You can’t convince me that he’s not just playing a character in “Taken.” A very specific set of skills! ***** • Osama bin Laden is DONE. Yahoo!!!!!’s Dr. Saturday has campus reaction videos. • Oregon had its spring game. The Eugene R-G’s Rob Moseley reacts by summarizing and theorizing on the implications. Probable starting middle linebacker Kiko Alonso seemed to lock up the starting job and then reacted by getting arrested for allegedly burglary . . .
Click Chorus: Sept. 29, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Ty Burrell of Modern Family (on tonight). Beyond Burrell being an Oregon native and Duck fan, his character even referenced the 1995 Rose Bowl beatdown at the hands of Penn State, where he attended grad school. Weird. Thanks Wikipedia! ***** • SB Nation’s Holly Anderson (Peete) likes Terrelle Pryor to take home the Heisman. The Heisman Pundit does not. • Oregon coach Chip Kelly received a six year extension, which pays him about $2.4 million a year through 2015. I was this close to linking a Dido song to best express how I . . .