Tom returns from vacation and Dan helps him catch up on football news and current events. Then, the guys break down the biggest college football games of week 9, including Arizona State vs. Oregon, Stanford vs. Washington State, Notre Dame vs. Temple and many more. They end with a lengthy, heated discussion about Jock Jams.
Dan and Tom address the week 1 hype and discuss which teams impressed them most this past weekend. Then they break down the lines for week 2, including Oregon vs. Michigan State, Oklahoma vs. Tennessee, and more. Plus, the return of Dan P’s 4-team, 13-point teaser.
Tom and Ryan discuss all the best games of week 13, offering predictions and gambling picks. Because it’s a weak lineup of games (relatively speaking), they also dive into a number of other topics, including poor fan treatment at stadiums, Will Muschamp’s resignation and potential future coaches for Florida, the Buffalo snowstorm, and Heisman predictions. They end this week’s podcast with a breakdown of the non-power five conferences, including picks to win each one.
Tom and Dan start this week’s podcast by discussing which coaches are the most valuable to their teams. They then recap the big games from week 10, beginning with the thriller between Ole Miss and Auburn. After that, they break down the week 11 lines, including Notre Dame vs. Arizona State, Oklahoma vs. Baylor, Kansas State vs. TCU, and Michigan State vs. Ohio State. This show also includes some non-football talk, including restaurant tipping etiquette and a story about Dave Matthews.
Dan and Tom begin this week’s podcast with a discussion on Michigan. After a disastrous loss to Minnesota and the endangerment of a young quarterback, both of the guys argue why Brady Hoke and the athletic director must go. They also discuss other problems at Michigan and what, if any, solutions exist for the university. Then, they break down the week 6 lines, which include a ton of big games. Texas A&M-Mississippi State, LSU-Auburn, Alabama-Ole Miss, Nebraska-Michigan State and many more are covered. The podcast ends with a handful of new segments.