2020 SEC Conference Preview
Ty and Dan take a look at the SEC in preparation for the weirdest college football season in history. How will LSU follow up its once-in-a-lifetime season? What will a Mac Jones offense look like at Alabama? Is Georgia or Florida the frontrunner in the SEC East? All that and more, plus the latest news from around the world of college football. Links from the show: Jamie Newman (UGA) opts out of 2020 season because of coronavirus concerns Iowa State backtracks, says no fans for football opener New 2020 SP+ from ESPN’s Bill Connelly Nearly half of Power 5 won’t . . .
SEC West and Sun Belt Previews
Ty and Dan break down Alabama’s loaded backfield, Auburn’s brutal schedule, Mississippi State’s sleeper status, LSU’s four-way quarterback duel, Jimbo Fisher’s new gig, Ole Miss’s nothing-to-lose campaign, and this year’s Brock Osweiler. Plus, a quick look at the Sun Belt.
SEC Chatter with Travis Haney: Part 2 (2/22/2015)
In part two of their chat with ESPN’s Travis Haney, Ty and Dan ask about Ole Miss’s slide to end 2014, Georgia’s new defense under Jeremy Pruitt, South Carolina’s downturn, Kentucky’s forward momentum, Derek Mason’s disastrous first season in Nashville, and much more. Plus, vinyl records, pop princesses, and wedding invite etiquette.
The SEC (8/25)
Ty and Dan talk with Andy Staples from SI.com and preview the upcoming SEC season, Alabama’s defense, Mark Richt’s job security, Stephen Garcia’s leadership, LSU’s questions, and Kentucky’s non-existent offense.
August Countdown: LSU (12)
Throughout August, we will be counting down the top 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season. Today, we venture deep into the bayou, where beads are like currency, Nick Saban is the enemy, and purple and yellow is an acceptable color combination at social gatherings. First Impressions Les Miles is the kind of guy that doubles-down on every single hand of blackjack.Â If he wins, he celebrates like a teenager after his first beer buzz.Â If he loses, well, then you don’t want to be the dealer. Miles has brought this mentality to Baton Rouge — a . . .