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.
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.
Casual Dress Sunday (12/16)
Ty and Dan relax by talking about Arizona’s comeback bowl win, the rise of Utah State, the fall of the Big East, and other points from voice messages, e-mails, and Twitter.
Week One Recap (9/4)
Ty and Dan lick their wounds after Notre Dame and Oregon suffer losses, but power through a full hour and recap all the significant Week One action.
Click Chorus: Jan. 25, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Mila Kunis, who was NOT nominated for an Academy Award this morning. This is clearly the next best thing. ***** • Utah State and San Jose State may or may not be joining the Mountain West. Game changer. • Former USC RB Stafon Johnson is suing USC for being negligent at the time of his weightlifting neck/throat injury. In situations like these, nobody really wins. Oh, except the lawyers, they definitely do. Fight on!! • SEC coaches oversign. We know this. SI.com’s Andy Staples isn’t a fan of the fake NCAA bylaw that . . .
Click Chorus: Nov. 18, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Idaho governor Butch Otter, who, and it wouldn’t surprise you given the antics of the two most notable football teams in his state, ascended to his current position by simply targeting his opponents and then leading with his helmet. Politics as usual. ***** Ty wrote his “Thursday Proverbs” column. Read it here and read it NOW. Or, depending on the speed of your Internet connection, a few seconds from now. • Fox Sports acquired the rights to the first six Big Ten title games. It sounds like win-win — the game and league . . .