New 2021 Coach Evaluations + Juicy Transfer Moves

January 19, 2021

With Ty still on the mend, Dan is joined by The Athletic’s Max Olson to talk Tennessee moving on from Jeremy Pruitt, what Steve Sarkisian must do to outdo Tom Herman at Texas, the stagnant nature of Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverine program, Scott Frost’s Nebraska trending in wrong directions, Bret Bielema’s search for an identity at Illinois, Bryan Harsin’s pseudo-out of nowhere Auburn hiring, what it is that made Shane Beamer appealing to South Carolina, and much, much more. And yes, that includes pizza.

2020 SEC Conference Preview

September 4, 2020

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 . . .

College Football Week 8 Recap

October 20, 2019

Ty and Dan rehash the weekend’s big upset by Illinois and unofficially restart the Illini “Drive for Six”, and walk back through Penn State’s big home victory, Oregon’s triumph in Seattle, Missouri’s confusing loss, and the quiet consistency of Matt Rhule’s “Smocktober”. Plus, an unexpected shootout in Austin, multiple overtimes in the ACC, Tua’s jersey nameplate, the artist formerly known as Tropical Storm Nesto, and much more.