Episode 102: Previewing top offensive players in 2012 NFL Draft

Andrew Luck or Peyton Manning? Or both?
February 15, 2012

Matt Elder from Buffalo Bills Draft You have the first pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. You already have one of the top quarterbacks in the NFL if he is healthy, but you have the opportunity to draft a quarterback that is billed as the most sure-thing at the position the draft has seen in years. What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO?! That is the situation the Indianapolis…


Episode 101: Getting caught up on Big East realignment

Boise State is coming to the Big East in 2013, or 2012. Who knows? Photo by Otto Kitsinger III/Getty Images
February 13, 2012

Redrawing the map of the Big East with Mark Ennis Memphis is in. So are Houston, SMU and Central Florida. And San Diego State. And Boise State, perhaps as early as this fall. And somewhere down the line Navy will join too. While the Big East will welcome all of these new members in the next few years, they will also bid farewell to West Virginia, Pittsburgh and Syracuse between…


Episode 100: Drew Astorino Reflects on Penn State, Joe Paterno

Drew Astorino
February 3, 2012

Penn State safety discusses his training for a shot at the NFL The 2011 season had plenty of negative story lines pollute the college football world, starting with realignment debates and tension in the south west and along the east coast and ending with one of the most unique twists in college athletics history. The Jerry Sandusky scandal rocked Penn State’s campus in a way nobody could ever imagine, just…


Episode 99: William & Mary DE Marcus Hyde working for NFL shot

Marcus Hyde
February 2, 2012

Tribe defensive end Marcus Hyde has thrived since move to DE William & Mary has four players currently in the NFL, but Marcus Hyde hopes to make it one more from the Tribe. The senior defensive end has wrapped up his college career and is now training in hopes that he will find a roster spot somewhere in the NFL. On today’s podcast we talk to Hyde about his college…


Episode 098: Coaching Carousel Winners and Losers

Stephen Prather from Coaches By The Numbers The season is over and we have already spent some time looking back at the 2011 season. Today we take a look at the head coaching changes made in the sport since the close of the regular season and pick out some of the best, and worst, changes. Stephen Prather from Coaches By The Numbers joined me once again to analyze and discuss…

January 16, 2012

Episode 097: Annual Post-Season BCS Ranting

Jonathan Tannenwald from Philly.com You do not have to look far to find people willing to speak out against the Bowl Championship Series and the bowl system in general, the odds are probably better than the Super Bowl betting odds for the Houston Texans that you know plenty of BCS haters. Certainly the anti-BCS sentiment is nothing new, but when I have a guest who offers to come on the…

January 11, 2012

Episode 096: Recapping BCS Championship, 2011 Season And More With Michael Felder

Trent Richardson, beast. Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images
January 10, 2012

Morning after reaction to Alabama’s BCS Championship Game Victory Whether you liked the match-up or not, there was little doubt who the best team was Monday night in New Orleans. The Alabama Crimson Tide flat-out dominated an LSU team that looked like they were lost on offense from the start of the game. Alabama saw a solid outing by quarterback A.J. McCarron, who reminded some of former Tide quarterback Greg…


Episode 095: Recapping the Season With Charles Davis

Image source: CharlesDavisSports.com
December 14, 2011

FOX Sports college football analyst looks back on 2011 Let’s face it, we had our highs and more than our fair share of lows during 2011. From scandals of many different varieties to the beacons of hope that shined through players such as Andrew Luck, Kellen Moore and of course Robert Griffin III, it was quite a year in college football. On today’s podcast I spoke with Charles Davis, lead…


Radio: Sports Talk on TribLIVE Radio, 12.1.2011

Explaining the Big East championship scenario, talking Penn State coaching search I made my weekly appearance on Sports Talk on TribLIVE Radio, based out of Pittsburgh, to talk about some college football with Mike Grau. I helped lay out the different Big East championship scenarios that could unfold and figure out how a three-way tie would be determined. We also discussed the Penn State coaching search and why Mark Richt could…

December 1, 2011

Episode 094: SEC Championship Game Preview

Georgia receiver Mario Raley celebrates the SEC championship in 2005.
November 30, 2011

4 p.m. ET, CBS | Twitter #SECCG, @KevinOnCFB  It is the quintessential conference championship game. Over the years no championship game has grown in popularity, importance, and pageantry the way the SEC championship game has. From it’s humble beginnings in Birmingham’s Legion Field to its end-of-the-season destination in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome, the SEC Championship Game is routinely one of the most popular games to watch on championship weekend. This year the LSU Tigers look…