In that time between the regular season concluding and the start of the bowl season can feel like three months. Well, that time is almost up and Phil and Tom look at some of the early bowl games. It's also the time of year where we have coaches being hired all over the place, including a few interesting hires. Let's just say Phil thinks Tennessee really blew it with the Butch Jones' hire. Both Phil and Tom question if Bret Bielema can hack it in the SEC as well. Enjoy our latest show.
On the night we officially learned Notre Dame and Alabama will meet for the BCS Championship, we also discovered that MAC-tion is alive and well. That's right, Northern Illinois is BCS-bowling against Florida State in the Orange Bowl. With all 807 bowl games set, one team will be staying home. That's right, Phil's Ohio State Buckeyes. Does he care? A little bit, but since Urban Meyer led OSU to a win over rival Michigan he's not to upset. Of course, he would like the Buckeyes chances against Notre Dame if they did meet. Enjoy the show!
We're sorry for our two-week hiatus, but real-life gets in the way sometimes. However, we're back just in time for all of the hoopla surrounding the Big Ten's big announcement — Rutgers and Maryland are joining the league. Wow, that's two big-time programs. Almost makes you forget that Notre Dame has spurned the Big Ten countless times. Phil and Tom also look at Ohio State's final game of the season, what happened with West Virginia and the coaching vacancies that are starting to pile up, including Jeff Tedford and Derek Dooley.
Phil and Tom are back with another exciting episode of Eye And Eer: College Football Podcast. We do our recaps of last week's games (Ohio State wins a nailbiter against Purdue, while WVU craps itself again). We also look at this week's big games, including Ohio State at Penn State and Mississippi State at Alabama. Enjoy.
It's been a busy week around the offices of EyeAndEer, but we found some time to do a quick podcast for all of our fans. We touch on the normal topics: WVU, Ohio State and the best games of the weekend (which includes K-State coming to Morgantown). Enjoy.
It's not often that both Phil and Tom get to enjoy big wins in the same weekend. But Ohio State thrashed Nebraska at home, while WVU held off Texas on the road. In fact, Tom feels the win in Austin legitimizes WVU's lofty ranking and earned the program some much-needed cred among the national media. Phil and Tom also look at some of the other weekend's big games, including Georgia-South Carolina. We also look ahead to games like Stanford at Notre Dame and Texas vs. Oklahoma. We hope you enjoy the show.
It's a big week for WVU and Ohio State as both try to remain undefeated, while also facing their biggest challenges of the season. We look at the Mountaineers' chances of going to Austin and taking down the Texas Longhorns, and then we switch gears and have a little more optimistic outlook on the Buckeyes' hopes with Nebraska at home. We also take a look at some of the other big games of the weekend, including Georgia-South Carolina and LSU-Florida. And naturally, there is just some good ol' fun banter between our hosts.
Another week, another episode from your favorite college football podcasters. We touch on the end of the Notre Dame-Michigan rivalry, Oklahoma being overrated again and WVU and Ohio State opening up conference play. The Mountaineers get a tough match up with offensive-minded Baylor, while the Buckeyes go on the road against Michigan State. Enjoy.