Episode 160 – Counting down to National Signing Day

fax machine
January 28, 2015

With one week to go until National Signing Day, college football programs are digging out the fax machines and looking to fill the recruiting classes with time running out. Time is running out for coaches to make their final pitches to recruits with National Signing Day coming up one week from today. Alabama is on cruise control to another recruiting national championship, and Ohio State is hoping to get a…


Episode 159 – Big Ten Bounces Back

Ohio State running back Ezekial Ellito is joined by teammates to celebrate Sugar Bowl MVP honors following a win over Alabama in the 2015 Sugar Bowl.
January 8, 2015

In week two of the 2014 college football season there were many willing to write off the entire Big Ten from the playoff conversation. Yeah. About that… Few conferences enjoyed the new year the way the Big Ten did. The conference went 3-1 on January 1, and all three victories were notable and not to be shrugged aside. Wisconsin topped Auburn in a wild overtime game that scored the highest…


Episode 157 – Archie Griffin on the Heisman Trophy and Andy Coppens on Wisconsin’s surprise coaching search

Archie Griffin
December 11, 2014

Just a couple of weeks ago I was pleased to be joined by a former Heisman Trophy winner, Doug Flutie. Today I was honored to have the opportunity to speak with the only two-time winner of the Heisman Trophy in its storied history. Ohio State legend Archie Griffin, winner of the Heisman Trophy in 1974 and 1975 joined me for a chat about the Heisman Trophy and to help spread…


Episode 152 – Previewing Wisconsin-Nebraska

Listen to this week's podcast previewing the Wisconsin-Nebraska game!
November 13, 2014

Last week saw the game of the year playout in the Big Ten East Division with Ohio State going to East Lansing and beating Michigan State. The game was a rematch of last season’s Big Ten Championship Game and it saw the Buckeyes score revenge on the road against the team that beat them in its first conference championship game appearance. This weekend sees another Big Ten Championship Game rematch…


Episode 151 – Big games in the Big Ten and Big 12

Check out this week's podcast for a preview of some of these games and more!
November 6, 2014

The second weekend of November figures to have plenty on the line for teams in the Big Ten and the Big 12.¬†First place is on the line in the Big 12 with TCU hosting Kansas State. The winner will be sitting in a good position to wrap up the Big 12 championship in the coming weeks, but whichever team wins also gets to stay in the conversation for the College…


Episode 150: Finally talking about College Football Playoff Rankings

CFB Playoff Trophy
October 31, 2014

For the first time this college football season, we were all given a look at how the new selection committee sees things. To the surprise of few, three SEC teams filled the top four spots in the College Football Playoff rankings, with defending national champion Florid aState the lone non-SEC team in the mix. Of course, this could easily change by the time next Tuesday comes around. And the week…


Episode 148 – A mess in Michigan and Week 6 Preview

October 2, 2014

Ann Arbor, Michigan has been boiling for a while now, but things finally seemed to bubble over this past week. Betwen the mishandling of an injured Shane Morris and the bumbling chain of command and wandering line of communication within the football program and athletic department, things seem to have hit a new low for Michigan football. And this is a program that had a miserable three years under Rich…


Episode 147 – Jameis Winston suspended and a Week 4 Preview

Jameis Winston
September 18, 2014

Is Florida State really sending Heisman Trophy winning, national champion quarterback Jameis Winston a message by suspending him for the first half of this weekend’s home game against Clemson? Is there a chance Winston’s absence from the first half against the Tigers will ultimately have an impact? I have gone on record suggesting Florida State should be able to manage to get by with Sean Maguire under center, because I…


Episode 145 – The Week 1 Rewind

Kenny Hill, Texas A&M
September 2, 2014

Wow. What a way to get started with the 2014 college football season. With no disrespect to Eastern Washington and Sam Houston State, the first weekend on the college football calendar was nothing short of entertainment. It started with Georgia State enjoying its moment in the national spotlight, continued Thursday with Kenny Hill introducing himself to the nation with a Texas A&M blowout at South Carolina, and saw Taysom Hill…


Episode 141 – Big Ten media day questions with Andy Coppens

Jim Delany
July 23, 2013

The SEC got things started last week and the ACC and Big 12 kept us from starving for college football news. On Wednesday the Big Ten takes the stage with their annual football media day event in Chicago. Commissioner Jim Delany will be sure to provide some quotes worth nitpicking for many and coaches from each of the 12 current members will field questions about their teams as well as…