Meltdown Week (9/4)
Ty and Dan marvel at the awesome performance of Florida State’s Jameis Winston, celebrate Colorado’s first win of the season, and make their picks for an underwhelming card of games for college football’s second week. Plus, a rant on the latest “Clemsoning” fad in sports media, thoughtful and anxious planning for Saturday’s showdown between Notre Dame and Michigan, and an aside on whether “David Watford” is the most Virginia name ever.
Click Chorus: Dec. 20, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by UCLA alumnus Sean Astin, aka Rudy, aka the guy from Encino Man, aka a hobbit of some sort. I imagine even Rudy isn’t thrilled with Rick Neuheisel’s wily offseason panic-fest. ***** • Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen was named ACC Coach of the year a few weeks ago. The reward for his efforts? A nice cool can of Take the Buyout, You’re Fired. He has yet to take a sip. • Oh and Mike Leach will be the Terps’ next coach. Or he won’t. Either way. • Three bowls happened. Yahoo!!!!! has the specifics. . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 17, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Legends of the Hidden Temple, a show that obviously foretold Big Ten happenings years into the future. Spooky. ***** —Join The Solid Verbal Bowl Pick ‘Em Here— • LSU discovered some LSU violations and have punished themselves. Raise your hand if you thought nonsensical offensive playcalling was an actual violation. Who knew? • ESPN’s Andrea Adelson tells you all you need to know about this weekend’s bowl action — New Mexico, New Orleans, and the uSomething Humanitarian. • There may be upwards of … wait for it … thousands of people attending the . . .
Click Chorus: Sept. 21, 2010
Today’s Click Chorus is brought to you by Ed O’Neill, former Ohio U student. I’m guessing that he approves of both his school’s mascot taking out Ohio State’s Brutus, but also of watching TV wife Sofia Vergara on tomorrow night’s Modern Family premiere. God, I love Colombia. ***** • Oregon State painted their field blue in preparation for Saturday’s game at Boise State. You’ll immediately be able to tell how comfortable Ryan Katz will be overthrowing his receivers in a new environment. • Houston QB Case Keenum will have an uphill battle if he intends to apply for medical hardship . . .