Ty and Dan continue their offseason journey to learn more about the inner workings of college football by examining the plight of new quarterbacks with the esteemed Yogi Roth from Pac-12 Network and Life Without Limits Podcast. What’s the trick to cultivating an inexperienced quarterback? What are the trappings of being a first-time starter? How do they memorize all those plays? We discuss.
Also, don’t forget to check out Yogi’s short film What Does It Mean To Love?.
Ty and Dan connect up to discuss the once-in-a-lifetime scenario of Charlie Weis’s multimillion dollar buyout and their hypothetical strategies for spending $19 million. Plus, a look at which lousy teams from 2016 stand the best chance of springing back to life this fall.
Ty and Dan sort through a mountain of important college football topics, ranging from the Big Ten West to the seeming return of pro-style quarterbacks in 2017. Plus, an important discussion about facilities etiquette.
Ty, Dan and SB Nation’s Bill Connelly gaze into their crystal balls and predict which spring storylines have staying power and which ones don’t. Plus, Bill breaks down his new book The 50 Best* College Football Teams of All Time.
Ty and Dan chat with Josh Norris from NBC Sports and Rotoworld and preview the 2017 NFL Draft. How does Christian McCaffrey fit in at the next level? Who’s the best quarterback in the class? How has talent evaluation changed as the NFL has evolved? And most importantly, what will Josh’s first move be when he’s named Raiders GM in 2020?
The college football coaching carousel takes fans for a ride every offseason. Where it stops is anyone’s guess, but how it starts is an even bigger question. The answer lies within the complex world of athletic directors, coaches and agents, at the intersection of vision, motivation and money.
Ty and Dan dip deep into the mailbag and debate the true temperature of Jim Mora’s seat, Jim McElwains over-the-hump syndrome, college football quarterbacks on The Bachelor, and 2018 NFL Draft prospects. Plus, proper flask etiquette, mascot football, cold remedies, and Randay Edsall’s sex appeal.
Ty and Dan analyze the most notable fronts in the world of college football and discuss their forecasts for the spring football season.
Ty and Dan tally the listener votes and award their annual Verbie Awards, honoring the best and brightest players, coaches, teams and moments of the previous college football season.
Ty and Dan take a break from college football to feverishly debate the entities that people like that are secretly garbage. (This is not a college football episode.)
Ty and Dan open up the inbox and address questions on conference realignment, Pac-12 coaches, the 2017 version of Penn State, the upcoming quarterback questions around college football, and much more. Plus, wedding playlist strategies, an unholy Reese’s mix-up and half-baked ideas for robbing a bank.
Ty and Dan take a stroll through the animal kingdom as March, as well as some uncertain situations in college football, enter 2017 like a lion. The better question now is whether they’ll go out like a lamb, or a different kind of beast altogether. Plus, a sneak peek at the next live podcast and the upcoming Verbie Awards.