Might be a good forum for discussing each day's show, but what the hell do I know. Just a thought...
Day 2 of the official first week of football is here, and we begin Tuesdays show with a story about a local man's respite - a place with good food and beer specials - and just minutes away from a certain persons house. Its a good place to have, if you do.
And we heard from coach Jimbo Fisher today at the annual 1270 Coaches Luncheon. Attitude, learning how to win again, and similar stories. Just gets us more pumped.
Plus, Brett Favre gives us the gift that keeps on giving - Brett Favre
Joe Pa is old. Sounds old. Gives old answers. Still, really old. And they're asking him about the upcoming season, Bowdens situation, and more in his Big 10 media day interview. We discuss the two programs, empathy for PSU fans, and the enthuisiam we have that they may not. Yet.
We tackle the Brett Favre retirement issue. Will he, won't he, will he, won't he? For many reasons you should definitely believe that Brett will play football again. It may not be about the money, but it can certainly be about the pandering and respect that Favre dreams for.
Ira Schoffel from the Tallahassee Democrat talks freshmen who will make an impact, the situation of the backfield and the confidence the coaches have in it, the Glen Stanley impact and whether he will play right away or not, the Unity Council and how they will affect the team this season, team morale, and much more from the football fields as practice gets underway this Thursday.
Hear the segment on our On Demand page, available for free streaming, podcasting, or mp3 download.
The return of college football season means the return of our favorite college football announcers, and their love affair for teams, players, and conferences. We revisit our fond feelings for Verne Lundquist, Gary Danielson, and everyone in between and what will happen in an announcing world without Tim God Tebow. The announcers are back for another season kids!