Dan, Ryan and Tom begin the show with a segment on Syracuse coach Dino Babers, where they help Dino consider future employment options. Then, the guys dissect the best games of Thanksgiving week, including the Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss Egg Bowl, Georgia vs. Georgia Tech, Michigan vs. Ohio State and much more. The show ends with a brief nu metal discussion of Kid Rock and Limp Bizkit’s new music.
Dan, Ryan and Tom discuss rumors of Lane Kiffin going to Miami, and the state of the Miami Hurricanes program in general. They analyze some of the best games of week 12 of the college football season, including Notre Dame vs. Georgia Tech, Ohio State vs. Michigan State, Alabama vs. Arkansas and many more. Later, the guys talk about the coolest quarterbacks to play at Oregon over the past 25 years, and what the future of Oregon football looks like. Plus, a Coaches’ Restaurant segment for Herm Edwards, and a Council of Elders for Atlanta.
Dan, Ryan and Tom start with their favorite new segment, Coaches’ Restaurant. This week, we ask what restaurant Florida coach Dan Mullen is best qualified to manage. They then talk about UConn’s hiring of Jim Mora, Jr., followed by picks and bets for the best games of week 11 of the college football season, including Tennessee vs. Georgia, Michigan vs. Penn State and much more. The show ends with a discussion of the playoff picture and what needs to happen for Cincinnati to make the playoff.
Dan, Ryan and Tom discuss the biggest games of week 10 of the college football season, including Alabama vs. LSU, Washington vs. Oregon, Purdue vs. Michigan State and much more. We also decide on a Council of Elders that can help save Washington football, and answer the burning question: What restaurant should Steve Addazio manage? The show wraps up with a nod to the return of the Civil ConFLiCT.
Dan, Ryan and Tom preview the best games of week 9 of the college football season. We also assess where Manny Diaz can work after he loses his job at Miami. Plus, lots of Pittsburgh talk this week, including the Kenny Pickett for Heisman campaign and a Council of Elders for the Steel City.