College Football,Pickcast

Week 6 Pickcast: Up is down, left is right… DOGS AND CATS GETTING ALONG!

6 Oct , 2017  

The sheer weirdness of 2017 college football is a sure sign of the Apocalypse. But not a fiery Armageddon, no, if 5 weeks of this insanity has taught us anything, it’s that the world will end because all the things that we used to count on — gravity, the rising and setting of the sun, Cam Newton will be involved in another controversy — will suddenly stop being true.

At least a few things have been consistent this year:

  • the dominance of Alabama and Clemson,
  • Florida can wake up in the morning, have a cup of coffee, walk out the door, and accidentally step in a pile of 9 wins,
  • Thursday night games are usually pretty entertaining.

You know what else is entertaining? This podcast! Listen, share, & subscribe!

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College Football,Preseason Talk

Preseason Podcast #whatever: we so desperate we talked to a UGA fan

12 Aug , 2016  

Let’s face it, the Georgia program reeks of desperation (especially after “mutual parting of the ways” firing of Mark Richt). And why not? We all know that Georgians look down on their border buddy to the west. Atlanta is better than Birmingham, Savannah better than Mobile, the Falcons better than….  HAHAHA! the Falcons suck.

But still, they have a pro team and we don’t (and we don’t want one, dadblamit, despite what a bunch of Birmingham businessmen say). So it must really stick in their craw for teams from Alabama (The Tide, and the Tigers to a lesser extent) to really show them up at the college pigskin game.

So we sat down with Georgia superfan Will Hart to find out his feelings on the State of the Program in Athens. Also in this podcast:

  • Minor notes on evidence collected by the Large Hadron Collider from the Black Hole of Information known as Alabama practices,
  • Jeremy takes a leap of faith with the Gus Bus on picking a QB,
  • Someone makes an unforced Bold Prediction about their coach’s possible fortunes, and
  • We uncover something disturbing lurking in the Auburn backfield.


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