Week 0 Recaps, New Starters, and Group of Five
Ty and Dan take a quick look at Florida’s sloppy win over Miami and Arizona’s loss at Hawaii before looking over official quarterback announcements and having a free-flowing discussion about their favorite Group of Five teams in 2019.
College Football Week 3 Recap
Ty and Dan recap an electric week of action, as BYU stunned Wisconsin, LSU outlasted Auburn, Oklahoma State crushed Boise State, and Alabama shredded Ole Miss. Plus, the weird ending in San Diego, the frustrating state of Florida State’s offense, the positive takeaways from Ohio State-TCU, and ill-advised passes sponsored by Jake Browning.
College Football Week 3 Recap
Ty and Dan recap a great week of games and relive the thrilling Texas-USC re-enactment, Florida’s “Hail Brenda” victory over Tennessee, full-fledged beat downs by Clemson and Mississippi State, and tasty upsets by Memphis and San Diego State. Also, Oklahoma State’s incredible offense, Matt Canada’s Halloween costume and a potential viral epidemic spreading around college football.
Week 4 Preview (9/21)
Ty and Dan plod through more cumbersome talk of conference realignment and play through Verballer voice messages before previewing week 4 and putting a double-jinx on Saturday’s Florida State-Clemson game.
The Non-AQs (8/25)
Ty and Dan fly solo and preview 10 non-automatic qualifiers (Boise State, TCU, Air Force, San Diego State, UCF, Houston, Tulsa, SMU, Florida International, and BYU).
Click Chorus: May 20, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Nebraska fan and GIANT Big Red fan Warren Buffett. He was kind enough to cameo on “The Office” last night, mediocre as it has become. ***** • The Big Ten is looking to give its students a little extra sumthin-sumthin (around $3,000) to assist with “transportation, clothes, and other living expenses.” Not a bad start. • Florida OC Charlie Weis has received upwards of $6.6 million from Notre Dame to continually not be their coach. Good work if you can find it. • Oklahoma LB Austin Box was found dead in a residence . . .
Non-AQ Preview (5/10)
Ty and Dan delve into 10 non-AQ teams and preview an underrated and surprisingly deep group of teams outside the six major conferences.
Click Chorus: Feb. 4, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Oklahoma alumnus Olivia Munn. I could be wrong, but head to head, I’m going with the Sooner recruiting class of 2011 to outlast Munn’s NBC show, “Perfect Couples.” ***** • Rich Rodriguez talks about his time in Ann Arbor with CBS’s Dennis Dodd. If you can believe it, he’s a bit defensive. See what I did there? Nailed it. • Alabama had a dance team girl retrieve faxed-in letters of intent during Alabama’s live video stream Wednesday. She was wearing her uniform and is attractive. Dun dun DUN. • Nebraska coach Bo Pelini . . .
Click Chorus: Jan. 24, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Salma Hayek, alum of Universidad Iberoamericana, a school once again completely screwed by the BCS. ***** • The East-West Shrine Game apparently happened. Here are some players that allegedly, even though there’s four years of tape on them, improved their stock playing in a haphazard, second-tier all star game. • Two freshman Oklahoma starters (WR Kenny Stills, S Tony Jefferson) were arrested for misdemeanor DUI and “interference with the official process” respectively. Oh to be 19 and in Norman, OK. • UCLA finally bought out OC Norm Chow, who was officially named to . . .