With Michigan’s passing offense struggling and the team’s reliance on freshmen receivers, I looked at what it takes to play the position at the college level and how freshmen have performed in the past.
Quick reports from Boston and Ann Arbor before we recap the better games from Saturday. Week 4 is previewed. James Franklin’s antics are discussed. Steve leaning towards not walking the two blocks to GameDay. Subscribe and rate, please.
A record-setting upset, an improbable comeback, and a confetti-worthy performance highlighted the true opening weekend of college football. We discuss those games and look ahead to the big matchups: Can Oklahoma win in Columbus? Rate, subscribe, and share!
With that weird first-week-but-not-really Saturday behind us, Steve and I talk preview Week 1 of the college football season, highlighted by No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 3 Florida State. Remember to join our pick ’em group on ESPN by searching for the Scoop and Score Podcast.
Ten years ago this week, perhaps the greatest upset in college football history took place. Many college football fans had never heard of Appalachian State before the FCS school showed up at the Big House in Ann Arbor and left with a win over No. 5 Michigan. I spoke with players, coaches from both teams, as well as members of the media who covered the game, to compile an oral history of the 2007 shocker. The story appears on Michigan’s Scout page as part of a new longform venture called “Deep Blue.”
Scoop and Score is back for the fourth — fourth? fourth! — season of college football discussion. In this ‘sode, we preview the entire 2017 college football season, delivering our picks for the Heisman, conference championships, and playoffs. Also, Steve has clearly never seen Fargo.
The college football playoff field is set. Do we agree with the selections? Of course we do. It wasn’t that hard. We look at other bowl match-ups and tackle some interesting questions from listeners. Subscribe and rate, for once!