All posts in category College Football
Hello, readers (and listeners)! Steve and I recorded another college football podcast, which is available below. In this episode, we recap Saturday’s big games, including Mississippi State’s first loss, Melvin Gordon’s huge day (and pro potential), and the effectiveness of icing the kicker. Smokey, Tennessee’s mascot, is also discussed. All the previous podcasts are now hosted on a new website and can be downloaded.
Forward Progress: November 19
Tomorrow, be on the lookout for a college basketball podcast in which my guests and I discuss last night’s Champions Classic and make our predictions for the season. It should be a fun and informative listen. Speaking of college hoops, I wrote a story yesterday for CBS Local on Kentucky’s chances of an undefeated season and whether they could beat an NBA team. My sources include coaches who have worked at both the college and pro levels.
Posted by Andrew Kahn on November 19, 2014 at 9:48 am
As promised, the latest Forward Progress podcast has a special guest: Dave Revsine from the Big Ten Network. Dave joins Stephen and me to give a brief history of the network and its role in shaping college athletics, Ohio State’s playoff chances, the best rivalries, and, pulling from his book The Opening Kickoff: The Tumultuous Birth of a Football Nation, what the game’s past might tell us about its future. Steve and Dave share some laughs over their athletic “careers” in Dublin, and Steve and I preview Saturday’s biggest games.
Posted by Andrew Kahn on November 14, 2014 at 7:56 am
Which teams control their own destiny to reach the college football playoff? Who has the edge in the Big 12: Baylor or TCU? Will you be able to wait until Friday for the podcast’s first guest? Listen to the latest Forward Progress podcast for a recap of Saturday’s college football action, and come back on Friday morning for a bonus podcast, featuring a (very famous) guest! Please note the podcast can be downloaded.
Posted by Andrew Kahn on November 11, 2014 at 9:41 am