Tag:Podcasts
Posted on: January 19, 2012 3:05 pm
Edited on: January 19, 2012 3:06 pm
 

PODCAST: 2011 College Football Season Wrapup

Posted by Adam Jacobi

J. Darin Darst and Adam Aizer give some final thoughts on the BCS Championship Game and the 2011 season as a whole. The SEC dominated again, USC is back and conference expansion is annoying. The guys also look at some recent coaching news. Will Brent Venables be a good hire for Clemson? Did Wisconsin take a risk by hiring Matt Canada as offensive coordinator? 

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Posted on: December 14, 2011 3:20 pm
 

PODCAST: The Free Bruce Podcast - Bowl Preview

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Bruce Feldman and Bryan Fischer break down all of the college football bowl match ups, from the Belk Bowl to the Outback Bowl and Alabama to Western Michigan. The guys also discuss Robert Griffin III's Heisman win and touch on who they like to win the national title game in New Orleans.
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Posted on: December 13, 2011 2:26 pm
 

PODCAST: Big 12 Wrapup with Tom Fornelli

Posted by Adam Jacobi

Was the Big 12 the best conference in the nation this year? Was Oklahoma-Baylor a better game than Texas A&M-Kansas State? What went right and what went wrong for each team? Mike Gundy, Bill Snyder or Art Briles for Coach of the Year? Big 12 blogger Tom Fornelli joins the podcast crew to answer these questions and much more. 

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Posted on: November 17, 2011 5:03 pm
 

PODCAST: College Football Insider Brett McMurphy

Posted by Adam Jacobi

Brett McMurphy tells us why the bowls will be hesitant to take Penn State, if Bronco Mendenhall would be a good fit for the Nittany Lions, what he's looking to see at the SMU-Houston game and much more. We also touch on expansion, Oklahoma-Oklahoma State, coaching salaries and Bob Davie's new job.

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Posted on: October 3, 2011 3:44 pm
Edited on: October 7, 2011 4:30 pm
 

PODCAST: College Football Week 5 Review

Posted by Adam Jacobi

After whipping Nebraska Saturday is Wisconsin better than Oklahoma? Does Stanford have enough talent to win a championship? Is Illinois legit? Michigan? Texas? We give our thoughts on the Week Five action. Navy and Air Force played an epic game, Steve Spurrier screwed up, the Big Ten Legends Division is wide open, Washington got a sneaky win this week and Trent Richardson may win the Heisman.

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Personally, I'd love to see Wisconsin and Oklahoma have it out on the field -- as would I with the Badgers and Boise State, Alabama, LSU, Stanford, you name it. The fact is that Nebraska has not been a very good team at any point this season, and Wisconsin is sufficiently good that it needs a legitimate Top 5 opponent to play before we can accurately figure out where the Badgers stand in the pecking order. They're likely to go undefeated, but then so is whoever wins between Alabama and LSU on November 5, and it wouldn't surprise me if at least two teams out of the trio of Boise State, Oklahoma, and Stanford did too.

Now would be as good a time as any to remind fans that college football has always aggressively opposed the type of playoff system that could help more accurately solve this dilemma, because that's not really what the powers that be have ever been interested in. 

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Posted on: August 10, 2011 2:36 pm
Edited on: September 1, 2011 4:55 pm
 

PODCAST: Previewing the 2011 Big Ten

Posted by Adam Jacobi

On Tuesday afternoon, I joined cohorts Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst to talk about the 2011 Big Ten season, and how I know everything about the season before it even happens. I'm that good. Well, it's Wednesday now, the podcast is up, and I'm sticking by everything I said. Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Northwestern fans will be pleased. Iowa and Michigan State fans probably will not be. Listen:

Now, it's important to note that my divisional rankings aren't power polls; on paper, Michigan State is better than both Iowa and Northwestern, and it's the second-best team in the (sigh) Legends Division. Or the West Division. You have no idea how much I want to call it the West Division. Anyway, the problem for the Spartans is the brutal road schedule, which includes November dates at -- whaddya know -- Iowa and Northwestern. Hence, the three-way tie at 5-3 I've got those three teams in, with Sparty losing to both the Hawkeyes and Wildcats. 

Other than that, the power structure at the top is pretty well defined this season, but below the leaders, there's the potential for outright chaos, especially in the Legends Division. Should be fun to watch.

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