Joe Moorhead and Offensive Innovation
Ty and Dan chat with Joe Moorhead about his move to Mississippi State, influential peers in the coaching ranks, the origins of his innovative offense, and his approach to RPOs.
Ty and Dan break down Missouri’s heartbreaking loss, Miami’s near-miss, Texas’s under-the-radar victory, Ohio State’s onside kick, and a slew of blowouts around college football. Plus, your Week 9 Reverbs.
Tire Fire Alert: Week Seven
Welcome to your Week Seven Tire Fire Alert. We do this as a public service, you know. This week, we’re featuring two God awful teams, a defense that’s about to get trampled underfoot and two more defenses set to feel the wrath of the SEC’s newfound fire power. As always, keep your distance, bring a polarized pair of shades and enjoy the dysfunction.
Weak Four (9/22)
Ty and Dan review Stanford’s dominance over Arizona State, Michigan State’s offensive woes, Michigan’s scare at UConn, and Thursday night’s near-Clemsoning. Plus, Week Four Reverbs and Maryland football fever.
Mark Ennis (3/19)
Ty and Dan talk with Mark Ennis from BigEastCoastBias.com about the state of the Big East, Pitt’s coaching carousel, UConn’s free fall, the addition of Temple, and more.
Bachelor Poddy (8/4)
Ty and Dan talk with Mark Ennis from BigEastCoastBias.com about expectations at West Virginia, the Tino Sunseri Experiment in Pitt’s new offense, USF’s progression as a major football program, UConn’s mantra for 2011, and prop bets for his own wedding.
Click Chorus: July 22, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Penn attendee Elizabeth Banks. I feel no need to defend this choice. ***** • ESPN has the choice quotes and stories from Day 2 of SEC Media Days. Choice, I say! • SB Nation’s Spencer Hall sails and fishes with Mike Leach. It’s outstanding. • Auburn coach Gene Chizik says his public conversation with an NCAA enforcement official at an SEC meeting was “not confrontational.” No big. • CBS’s Brett McMurphy summarizes Georgia coach Mark Richt‘s turn at the SEC podium. • Minnesota WR Da’Jon McKnight no longer eats breakfast burritos. • Big . . .
Click Chorus: June 20, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by my friend Ana Ivanovic, who starts a magical Wimbledon run this week. Also of note, “friend” now means person I will never know and sometimes gawk at from afar. ***** • Nevada WR Brandon Wimberly was shot in the abdomen, most likely ending his football career. Awful. • Minnesota RB DeLeon Eskridge, the Gophers’ leading rusher last year, will transfer from the program to be closer to a family situation. • Former Miami RB Storm Johnson will officially transfer to UCF, where he’ll continue his football career and then inevitably become a local . . .
Click Chorus: June 3, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by UCLA alum Christine Lakin, who played on Al on ABC’s Step by Step. Wanna feel old? She’s 32 (but still has it!). (ahem, Christine: email@example.com) ***** • The lawyer of Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor questions 90% of the SI story. I’m feeling even better about the article already. • Similarly, lawsuits are being threatened over SI’s investigative piece. I have a feeling the follow up to this story will include the phrase, “never materialized.” • West Virginia OC Dana Holgorsen is now clear on the expectations the school and the state have . . .