Bryan Curtis joins us to talk about the state of college football in Texas (Houston is the best team; Texas is fifth!). He describes his work at The Ringer, where he interviews media personalities and covered the Republican National Convention. We don’t let him escape without discussing Jurassic Park and The Bachelor.
Who’s got it better than Michigan? Is their floor 9-3? How about Notre Dame? After opening the season at Texas, their schedule isn’t tough either. Steve and I share our predictions for our alma maters. Plus, I make fun of Steve’s diet.
Michigan State went to Columbus and came away with perhaps the best win of the season, a result that rippled across the college football pond. Steve and I cover that, discuss our experiences attending games on Saturday, and preview this weekend’s games. Happy Thanksgiving!
Steve and I devote 28 minutes to the craziest (i.e. worst) ending of the college football season, but make sure to cover all the key games and look ahead to Week 8. Plus, we debut our playoff fields.
We recap some of last week’s entertaining games — Wake’s 3-0 win, the ConFLiCT — and go in depth on the big games coming up, including Michigan-MSU and Alabama-A&M. We had fun talking; hope you have fun listening.
Steve talks about his experience at the game of the week — ND at Clemson — and what he just had to tell former NBA star David Robinson. We recap the other big games as well. If you’re enjoying the pod, please rate it on iTunes!
Steve and I discuss the TCU-Texas Tech shootout and what it means for the Horned Frogs’ playoff hopes. Steve conveys his excitement for his trip to see ND play at Clemson this week. Plus, more callers!