Episode 131 – College football week 5 preview with Aaron Torres

Geno Smith and West Virginia are off to a good start, but are they for real? Aaron Torres does not think so.
September 27, 2012

Aaron Torres from Crystal Ball Run is shaky on West Virginia The West Virginia Mountaineers will play their first Big 12 Conference game in program history this weekend, with No. 25 Baylor rolling in to Morgantown for what should be an interesting game to say the least. While Geno Smith and the Mountaineers have jumped out to a decent start it should be noted the level of competition they have…


Episode 130 – Is Notre Dame worth getting excited about yet?

September 20, 2012

Ty Hildenbrandt from The Solid Verbal chimes in Notre Dame is off to a 3-0 start for the first time since 2002, which is why (Fighting)¬†Irish¬†eyes are smiling heading in to this weekend’s big rivalry game with the Michigan Wolverines. With a defense that looks to be the best Notre Dame has had in a long time and coming off the program’s first win over a top ten team since…


Episode 129 – Talking Big East, Louisville with Mark Ennis

September 18, 2012

Mark Ennis from Big East Coast Bias There has been a lot of talk about how much the Big East seems to be slipping down the ladder of college football, and collegiate athletics, pedigree. The Big East has become a punching bag that everyone feels is ready for a few punches. Pittsburgh losing to Youngstown State? The Big East stinks. Temple losing to Maryland? The Big East stinks. Rutgers at…


Episode 128 – Talking Big 12 football with Greg Swaim

August 30, 2012

One final podcast before the first games are played Happy college football day everybody! Today the 2012 college football season officially kicks off and we all deserve to sit back, relax and enjoy some college football action tonight. We talked a little bit about the South CArolina-Vanderbilt game and some other notable SEC games taking place in yesterday’s podcast with Barrett Sallee. Today we take a quick look at the…


Episode 127 – SEC opening weekend games highlighted by Barrett Sallee

2012 Cowboys Classic
August 29, 2012

Bleacher Report’s SEC blogger breaks down the big SEC games in week one Here we are, on the eve of the college football season. Yes, we survived yet another off-season and our reward for doing so is an extended opening weekend that runs from Thursday night all the way through Monday night. Things kick off (with adjusted rules of course) Thursday night in the SEC with a key SEC East…


Episode 126 – New eras in Big Ten, new coaching blood in Pac 12 and more with Charles Davis

Charles Davis
August 21, 2012

Charles Davis of FOXSports.com talks 2012 college football Folks, the college football season is kicking off… next week. That’s right, our long wait is nearly over. With the start of the season officially kicking off next week it was about time we got back to the podcast and we have a fine assortment of guests lined up for this week. To get things started I am happy to be joined…


Episode 125 – Florida International the Sun Belt favorite

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July 18, 2012

Episode 124 – Forecasting Temple's second stint in the Big East

Keith Pompey, Temple beat reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer The future is bright for the Temple Owls, and a return to the conference hat once shunned them gives the program new life, and new goals. How long until Temple can make a legitimate run at the Big East conference crown, a goal once thought impossible for the Owls? Honestly, the 2012 season may not be the year Temple puts together…

July 3, 2012

Episode 123 – NCAA Football 13 preview

Christian McLeod from EA Sports discusses NCAA Football 13 One week from today EA Sports will officially release NCAA Football 13 in retail stores. You are excited. I am excited. Mike the Tiger is excited. What makes this year’s game unique is the new Heisman Challenge mode, in which you can place a select former Heisman Trophy winner on any team you wish in hopes of achieving the same level…

July 3, 2012

Episode 122 – Recapping 2012 BYU Football Media Day

The quarterback job solely his, can Riley Nelson improve his passing efficiency for BYU in 2012? Photo: AP
June 28, 2012

Mitch Harper from Cougar Center talks BYU football Perhaps you missed it on Wednesday (I did), but BYU held their annual media day yesterday to kick off media day season around college football. Entering year number two as a football independent I was wondering what the vibe around the program was in 2012, as conference realignment has continued since BYU left the Mountain West Conference last summer. TCU is joining…