Bashing the Wolverines wasn’t enough. This week, Steve takes shots at Ann Arbor’s citizens, too. We discuss Michigan’s dismantling of Big Ten opponent Rutgers, a game that defies basic football math, as well as Texas A&M’s wild overtime win over Tennessee’s wild overtime loss. Will ND make a bowl? Plus, the best way to spend this coming Saturday. Rate and subscribe!
Can Lamar Jackson keep up his Heisman-level pace or will Jabrill Peppers outperform him? What were the noteworthy games last Saturday? What should you be watching this weekend? We’ve got you covered. Please rate us on iTunes!
A rapid-fire recap of Week 2 includes a debate over who should be credited with the win in the Oklahoma State-Central Michigan fiasco. We look ahead to the great Week 3 slate, including OSU at Oklahoma and Michigan State at ND.
From Ann Arbor to Austin, Steve and I recap our experiences attending opening week games, as well as discuss the other important results from the start of college football season. It seems only one of us will be watching this Saturday. Plus, LSU may as well stand for LOL Season Undermined.
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!