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History of College Football

History of College Football

By Jay Abramson
My new book is live on Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/B09FL1SR7Q
The History of College Football, a NCAA gridiron memory lane. From Heisman winners to National Champions, all-time teams, players and their record setting performances, streaks and scores, we strive to remember. Teams that formed our memories, the rivalries that ensued. The coaches instrumental in shaping the game that is now the ACC, AAC, Big 12, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac 12, SEC, Sun Belt, HBCU football, the Ivy League, this site is dedicated to saying thank you to you all.
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Episode 92 - Special Guest: Coach Kevin McDonough, Assistant Coach Cornell Big Red.

History of College Football

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Episode 107 - Cincinnati Bearcats' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Cincinnati Bearcats. This program, dating back to 1885, has a long and storied history. One legendary coach with an outstanding four-year stretch, one coach that led the program to both the Sugar Bowl and the Orange Bowl, one coach that made the Bearcats a mainstay in the final AP Poll, one quick scoring explosion to secure a stunning upset, one tough Sugar Bowl outing to derail a perfect season, one four-year stretch of excellence spanning 1951-1954, one tale of two undefeated teams in the regular season, one quarterback with the perfect deep pass, one triple threat Bearcat, one Battle for the Victory Bell, one strange tale of three ties in a season, one season of shutouts, and of course, one Bearcat.
10:04
September 17, 2021
Episode 106 - Guest: Author Lisa Kelly discusses her upcoming book, Domer Dishes: Inside the Lives and Kitchens of Your Fighting Irish Gridiron Greats.
Guest: author Lisa Kelly discusses her upcoming book, Domer Dishes: Inside the Lives and Kitchens of Your Fighting Irish Gridiron Greats, featuring recipes from Notre Dame greats - past players, coaches and leprechauns.
17:11
September 13, 2021
Episode 105 - Duke Blue Devils' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Duke Blue Devils. This program had moments of greatness that few programs can aspire to. One legendary coach, one stunning win in the snow, one defensive game for the ages, forty seconds away from being hailed as the GOAT, one do-it-all half back, one team with four Hall of Famers, one in-state rival, one Rose Bowl not held in Pasadena, six interceptions and, of course, one Blue Devil.
08:28
September 10, 2021
Episode 104 - Guest: Sportscaster Mike McCoy discusses the upcoming 2021 Miami Hurricane season, coach Schnellenberger and counts down the 5 greatest teams in Miami Hurricane football history.
Guest: Sportscaster Mike McCoy discusses the upcoming 2021 Miami Hurricane season, delivers a tribute to coach Howard Schnellenberger and counts down the 5 greatest teams in Miami Hurricane football history. 
39:48
September 6, 2021
Episode 103 - Virginia Tech Hokies' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Virginia Tech Hokies. This program has endured a series of high and lows. One legendary coach, one coach with sustained excellence, one red shirt freshman kicker to secure an upset, one last minute drive to keep a perfect season alive, one electrifying quarterback to propel an upset, one goal line stand, one sensational kickoff return that was not enough, one fourth quarter collapse to derail a national championship, one fourth quarter collapse to be a victim of one of the greatest upsets in college football history, two defensive juggernauts, one balanced dominating team, two offensive juggernauts, one redshirt phenom, one stellar quarterback, one Hall of Fame defensive end, one sensational player in all three phases of the game, one Commonwealth Cup, one season of shutouts, one tough three-year stretch, and of course, a turkey.
15:22
September 3, 2021
Episode 102 - Guest: Chris Willis, Head of Research Library at NFL Films discusses his upcoming book on Bronko Nagurski
Today we have a special guest, Chris Willis, Head of Research Library at NFL Films and accomplished author, to discuss his work at NFL Films and his upcoming book on Bronko Nagurski.
26:55
August 30, 2021
Episode 101 - Special Guest: Phil Steele, author of the best-selling college football preseason magazine, College Football Preview.
Special Guest: Phil Steele, author of the best-selling college football preseason magazine, College Football Preview, discusses what led him to the creation of his magazine, the accuracy of its predictions, his most proud predictions over last season and the last 23 years, and some college football history. 
19:01
August 27, 2021
Episode 100 - Georgia Tech 222 Cumberland 0: The play by play reenactment of the game played on Oct 7, 1916
Today, on this, our 100th Episode, we offer a play by play reenactment of the game played on Oct. 7, 1916 at Grant Field in Atlanta, Georgia. The day when Georgia Tech defeated Cumberland 222 – 0. This play by play is adapted from the play by play account published by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Only minor adaptions were made. This is different than our podcast on Episode 24 where in that episode we discussed what led up to this historic game and its aftermath. This is a play by play of the game itself.
20:27
August 23, 2021
Episode 99 - Special Guest: Octavias McKoy. On Oct 26, 2013, Western Connecticut State Colonials’ HB Octavias McKoy set an NCAA single-game rushing record, rushing for 455-yds.
Special Guest: Octavias McKoy. On Oct 26, 2013, Western Connecticut State Colonials’ HB Octavias McKoy set an NCAA single-game rushing record, rushing for 455-yds in a 55-35 defeat of the Worcester State Lancers. To clarify, in the history of college football, on any level, Div I, II or III, this was the most yards ever rushed by a single player in any game. Mr. McKoy discusses that record setting game, his inspirational work now and some college football history.
45:44
August 20, 2021
Episode 98 - Fresno State Bulldogs' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Fresno State Bulldogs. This program has seen moments of greatness and meltdowns. One coach who brought the program into national prominence, one coach who led a powerhouse in the late ‘30s and early ‘40s, one coach who would play anybody, anytime, anywhere, one win over the No. 10 team in the nation, one win over a legendary program, one loss that derailed their high scoring offense, one collapse to derail a perfect season, one loss in the ‘Game of the Year’, one tie to derail a perfect season, six standout seasons, one undefeated team that was the only undefeated team in the nation that season, three standout quarterbacks, one in-state rival, one offensive meltdown, one season that finally avoided futility, and of course, one Bulldog.
11:54
August 16, 2021
Episode 97 - Boise State Broncos' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Boise State Broncos. This program has maintained the highest level of success at all levels, first as a junior college, then as a Division I-AA school and finally as a Division I-A school.  Two National Championships, one in the Small College Division and one in Division I-AA, one coach to bring Boise State into the Top Ten on a regular basis, one exceptional coach when the program was a Junior College, two stalwart coaches to win over 75% of their games, one Hook and Ladder, one Statue of Liberty, one ill-timed interception to derail an undefeated untied season, one team that led the nation in scoring, one David that conquered Goliath, one Hall of Fame defensive linemen, one 3-Time All-American defensive linemen, two standout quarterbacks, one standout running back, one in-state rival, one punt returning performance for the ages, one offensive explosion, one rushing explosion, one defensive meltdown and of course, one Bronco.
11:27
August 13, 2021
Episode 96 - UTEP Miners' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the UTEP Miners. This program has a bizarre history, with singular stories of both rags and riches. One coach with statistically-speaking four of the five best seasons in program history, one coach who developed a passing machine, one “Turning Point”, one stunning loss to derail an undefeated untied season, one offensive meltdown to derail an undefeated season, one powerhouse in the ‘30s, one passing explosion in the ‘60s, one offensive machine in the ‘80s, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s record book, one triple threat quarterback, one record setting running back, one Battle of I-10, the greatest 6 consecutive throws in college football history, the greatest 4th quarter passing performance in college football history, one futile season, Paydirt Pete and of course, one burro.
10:32
August 9, 2021
Episode 95 - San Diego State Aztecs' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the San Diego State Aztecs. This program has history of offensive fireworks. Three consecutive NCAA Small College National Championships, one Air Coryell passing attack, one string of bowl berths, one last minute 86-yard drive to secure a win, one win to take down a No. 1 team and catapult to No. 1, one stunning win over a legendary coach, one loss to derail what would have been the greatest unbeaten streak in NCAA history, six exceptional teams, one stunning debut into Division I-A football, one Hall of Fame running back, one record setting quarterback, one record setting running back, one linebacker who was a force to be reckoned with, one longtime rival, one receiver with a performance for the ages, one linebacker who would not yield the line of scrimmage and of course, one Spirit Leader.
10:29
August 6, 2021
Episode 94 - Colorado State Rams' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Colorado State Rams. This program, back in the day when it was called Colorado A&M, saw great success. One coach who turned the program around, one 77-yard fumble return to secure a stunning upset, one trick play to end all trick plays, one iconic run to secure an upset, one last minute collapse, one stunning tie to end an offensive drought, five dominant teams, one undefeated untied juggernaut, one anchor of a vaunted line, one exceptional quarterback, one exceptional running back, the longest continuous rivalry West of the Mississippi, one odd two game stretch and of course, one ram.
09:25
August 2, 2021
Episode 93 - Rice Owls' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Rice Owls. This program has had sudden singular moments on both ends of the spectrum, of both success and disappointment. One long time successful coach, one defeat of a legendary coach, one Cotton Bowl win to propel to No. 5 in the nation, one upset to end 28 years of frustration, one 2 minute 16 second collapse to derail an upset bid, one close loss to derail an undefeated, untied season, two vaunted defenses, one Hall of Fame guard, one Hall of Fame running back, one in-state rival, one cross-town rival, one offensive explosion, one of the most unusual plays in college football history and of course, one case of the missing owl.
09:13
July 30, 2021
Episode 92 - Special Guest: Coach Kevin McDonough, Assistant Coach Cornell Big Red.
Today we have a special guest, Coach Kevin McDonough, Assistant Coach Cornell Big Red, & host of @FilmHistoric, to discuss Cornell Big Red football, past & present.
18:59
July 26, 2021
Episode 91 - Marshall Thundering Herd's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Marshall Thundering Herd. Few, if any programs, in the annals of college football history, have endured more extreme highs and lows than this program. Two National Championships in Div I-AA, four times national runner up, one perfect coach, two championship coaches, one stunning upset, one conference championship won in a blizzard, one ‘Tower Pass’, one vaunted defense, three perfect teams, one one-man wrecking crew, one record setting receiver, one stellar quarterback, one record setting back, one Battle for the Bell, one heartbreaking moment in time, one of most remarkable change of fortune that a team has ever experienced in the history of college football, and of course, one bison.
11:02
July 23, 2021
Episode 90 - Air Force Falcons' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Air Force Falcons. This high-flying program proved they could pound it on the ground as well. One legendary coach, one stunning upset as a 21-pt underdog, one stunning loss to derail dreams of a national championship, one stunning loss amid an interception barrage, one stunning tie as the new kid on the block, one near perfect season, one undefeated season, one accomplished Outland Trophy winner, one receiver who rewrote the program’s record books, one quarterback who led a flawless wishbone attack, one NCAA record setting quarterback, one Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy, one long distance kicker, one scoreless tie in the Cotton Bowl and of course, one falcon.
08:57
July 19, 2021
Episode 89 - Northern Illinois Huskies' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Northern Illinois Huskies. This program has history of extreme performances, on both ends of the spectrum. One National Championship in the Small College Division, one coach who led the Huskies into national prominence, one coach who led the Huskies through four decades, one coach who led the Huskies to a National Championship, one game to secure an undefeated untied National Championship, one high scoring affair, one collapse to secure a stunning loss, one historic loss to end an historic losing streak, one controversial goal line stand, one perfect team, one No. 12 ranking, one finish in the final AP Poll, one perfect National Championship team, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s record books, two stellar running backs, one longtime rival, one offensive explosion to top the century mark, one defensive collapse to top the century mark, one record setting TD run that can never be broken, one record setting day of rushing futility, one record setting rushing performance for the ages, one record tying TD pass that can never be broken, and of course, Siberian Husky.
10:40
July 16, 2021
Episode 88 - Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns. This program has a flare for the incongruous, the anomaly. One tough no-nonsense coach, one coach with a great three-year stretch, one upset over a Top 25 team, one heartbreaking collapse, one undefeated, untied team, one undefeated team that avenged their lone tie, one record setting QB, one player who was a bit of an anomaly, one stellar quarterback, one in-state rival, one of the weirdest seasons in college football history, one stunning turnaround, one interception barrage and of course, one Cayenne Pepper.
08:27
July 12, 2021
Episode 87 - Colorado Buffaloes' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Colorado Buffaloes. This program has been involved in some of the most stunning games in college football history. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, one Supreme Court Justice, two legendary coaches, one 21-game winning streak, one timely clipping penalty, one fifth down, one ‘Miracle at the Big House’, one ill-fated 9-minute drive, one stunner in the Cotton Bowl, one rough beginning, one tough opponent, and of course, Ralphie, the live female bison.
10:07
July 9, 2021
Episode 86 - Special Guest: Dr. Clayton Trutor, Editor, Down the Drive, freelance writer and Author of Loserville, How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports.
Today we have a special guest, Dr. Clayton Trutor, Editor, Down the Drive, freelance writer and Author of Loserville, How Professional Sports Remade Atlanta and How Atlanta Remade Professional Sports. Dr. Clayton discusses his new book, and some history of college football, both throughout Georgia and nationwide.
18:39
July 5, 2021
Episode 85 - Temple Owls' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Temple Owls. In the 20th century, this program had its share near greatness. One coach who transformed the program from losing seasons to winning seasons, one legendary coach, one coach who ended a long bowl drought, one coach who in consecutive seasons propelled the program into the Top 20 in the final AP Poll, one goal line stand to secure one of the greatest upsets in college football history, one offensive explosion, one Instant Classic, six stellar teams, one team that ended a long bowl drought, one record setting Hall of Fame running back, one rival from yesteryear, one confusing 4-game stretch and of course, one green horned owl.
10:35
July 2, 2021
Episode 84 - Oklahoma Sooners' Football History - Long Version
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Oklahoma Sooners. This is the long version. Oklahoma Sooners college football history is synonymous with dynasties, national championships, Heisman Trophy winners, epic games and all-time great players. Seven national championships, seven Heisman Trophy winners, three legendary coaches, one defensive led upset in the Orange Bowl to propel a national championship, one Game of the Century, one loss that derailed the longest winning streak in NCAA Div I history, one loss that defied imagination, one tie to proceed the longest winning streak in NCAA history, one undefeated-untied team that came storming out of the gates, two teams that were first in the nation in scoring and second in scoring defense, one team that was arguably the greatest one-loss team in the history of college football, one wishbone attack that propelled a national championship, one spilt T-formation in its prime, one NCAA record setting running back, one Hall of Fame defensive end, three Heisman Trophy winning running backs, four Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks, one Red River Classis, one season of shutouts, one back-to-back games that topped the century mark, two games scoring over 150 points, forty-seven wins in a row, one foe that bookended a 48-game non-losing streak, three brother All-Americans on the defensive line, and of course, the Conestoga Wagon and its ponies.
19:07
June 28, 2021
Episode 83 - Arkansas Razorbacks' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Arkansas Razorbacks. This program has history imprinted all over it. One National Championship on the back of a stunning win, one stunning upset delivered by a depleted cast, one stunning loss in the Game of the Century, one post-game that was sheer pandemonium, two classic one-point wins, one team with a historic cast of winners, one historical oddity, 25 Little Pigs, one trick play, and of course, one Russian boar, an honorary Razorback
09:58
June 25, 2021
Episode 82 - Maryland Terrapins' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Maryland Terrapins. This program had it's heyday in the early 1950s, and they were a force to be reckoned with. One National Championship, one dynasty, one coach who brought a devastating Split-T formation, one coach who never lost, one Coach of the Year, the greatest comeback in college football history, one win over an already declared National Champion, one stunning loss for a Terp team was already declared a National Champion, one rough offensive outing, one loss to derail a National Championship, three dominating teams over a five year stretch, one dominating defensive tackle, two outstanding quarterbacks, two rivals, one unusual two season stretch and of course, a Diamondback terrapin.
09:47
June 21, 2021
Episode 81 - Louisville Cardinals' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Louisville Cardinals. This is one high flying program, pardon the pun. One Heisman Trophy Award Winner, one coach with a juggernaut offense, one stunning first quarter that set the stage for a long-awaited Bowl win, one victim of a Hail Mary, twice were one play away from a perfect season, one offense for the ages, one flock of quarterback greats, one in-state rival, two seasons with a sudden turn of events, one unusual 100-point milestone and, of course, one skydiving Cardinal.
10:01
June 18, 2021
Episode 80 - Baylor Bears' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Baylor Bears. This program has extreme imprinted all over it. One fast paced spread offense, one Hall of Fame Coach, one Miracle on the Brazos, one kick that followed a few punches, one horse collar short of a stunning upset, one stunning tie that dumbfounded Life Magazine, six consecutive 60-plus point scoring outbursts, two scoring juggernauts, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s records, one Hall of Fame linebacker, one intense in-state rivalry, two heartbreaking tragedies, two consecutive seasons with a stunning turn of events, and of course, one live bear.
11:53
June 14, 2021
Episode 79 - Vanderbilt Commodores' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Vanderbilt Commodores. This program’s Golden Years were in the early 1900s. One legendary defensive coach, one great two-year stretch, one stunning upset to soften 27 years of frustration, one furious comeback, one near upset of Number One team, one stunning tie between brothers-in-laws, one undefeated team who went unchallenged, one fast quarterback, one in-state rival, one high-scoring two game stretch and of course, Mr. C.
07:41
June 11, 2021
Episode 78 - Special Guest: Lauren Sisler, multi-national award winning Sports Reporter for ESPN, SEC Network and AL.com.
Today we have a special guest, Lauren Sisler, multi-national award winning Sports Reporter for ESPN, SEC Network and AL.com to discuss her sideline reporting of the first game back after Covid, the Kick Six game, SEC football and more. 
37:38
June 7, 2021
Episode 77 - Special Guest: David Klingler, record setting QB of the Houston Cougars.
Today we have a special guest, Dr. David Klingler, record setting QB Houston Cougars. In 1990, David Klingler threw for 5,140 yards, 467.3 ypg & set many NCAA records including 54 TDs, & single game yards, 712 & single game TDs, 11.
27:03
June 4, 2021
Episode 76 - North Carolina State Wolfpack's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the North Carolina State Wolfpack. This program has seen its share of stretches of excellence and frustration. One coach one win away from a dynasty, two long standing coaches who returned the Wolfpack to prominence, one stunning upset in the Astrodome, one stunning loss thanks to a goal line stand, one player who scored all the points, one team that rose to Number 3 in the nation, one quarterback that redefined the quarterback position, one in-state rival, two seasons of pairs of shutouts against the same team, one consecutive shutout stretch that ran through five-seasons, one long road game stretch, and of course, one live wolf.
10:44
May 31, 2021
Episode 75 - Central Michigan Chippewas' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Central Michigan Chippewas. This program has a championship pedigree and a history of winning. One Division II National Championship, one coach who led the program to that promise land – a Division II National Championship, one long time coach who never posted a losing season, one coach who never lost more than one game in a season, one coach with a decade-long dominance, one coach to led the program to a No. 23 ranking in the final AP Poll, one 7 TD Barrage to win a National Championship, one upset over a Big Ten team, one quarterback who lined up in the receiver position to stun the Chippewas, two undefeated untied teams, one team who was ranked in the Final AP Poll, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time statistically speaking, one 5-Time All-American, one stellar running back, one stellar quarterback, two stellar receivers, one in-state rival, two consecutive seasons of nothing but shutouts, one season with a legendary defensive rushing performance followed by its own fumble barrage, one season racked with ties, one block kick barrage and of course, no mascot.
10:54
May 28, 2021
Episode 74 - Washington State Cougars' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Washington State Cougars. This program has a legacy no West Coast school can aspire to, as they legitimized West Coast football. One coach with a phenomenal 3-year stretch, three coaches with sporadic periods of excellence, two historic Rose Bowls, two Snow Bowls, one Rose Bowl drought, one Bowl drought, one sudden stunning loss, one season with no points for the Cougars and their opponents, one perfect season, the greatest center in the history of college football, one great running back, a plethora of great quarterbacks, one in-state rival, one lineage of coaches and of course, one award winning cougar.
12:13
May 24, 2021
Episode 73 - Iowa State Cyclones' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Iowa State Cyclones. This program has a history of near misses, mixed with once in a generation occurrences. Two coaches who transformed the program, one legendary coach who would go on to win National Championships away from Ames, one win in the 50th edition of the Fiesta Bowl, one of the great all-time upsets, one controversial loss, three near undefeated seasons, one record setting back, one heated in-state rivalry, one strange case of a coach, one near dynasty and of course, one Cardinal.
08:25
May 21, 2021
Episode 72 - Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles. Long ago, this program was a powerhouse – a two-time National Champion in the Small College Division and more recently, fielded two of the greatest players over to enter the gridiron. Two National Championships at the College Division level, the one coach who took them there, one coach with nothing but dominant teams, one coach with eleven bowl berths, one wingback reverse, one upset over a legendary coach, one Hail Mary, one field goal attempt off the right upright, three stellar teams, one undefeated untied national champion, the greatest punter in the history of college football, one Hall of Fame quarterback, one longtime rival, one string of shutouts, one season where they were shutout every game, one roller coaster of a two game stretch, and of course, one eagle.
12:12
May 17, 2021
Episode 71 - Virginia Cavaliers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Virginia Cavaliers. This program keeps reversing its direction. One coach that ended 29 years of frustration, one coach who was a one-year wonder, one coach without a losing record, one stunning comeback, one stunning end to a 29 year losing streak to a rival, one line of scrimmage with too few players, one stunning two-minute collapse, one undefeated team, one halfback who could do it all, one in-state rival, two reversals of fortune, and of course, one cartoon from the Washington post.
10:14
May 14, 2021
Episode 70 - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. Points, points and more points, scoring over 100 points twice in three games, scoring 98 points years later and leading the nation in scoring many years later; this program had moments when it could score. One coach who led Hawaii’s only undefeated untied teams, one coach who engineered the most extreme turnaround in college football history, one stunning win to vanquish a rival’s hopes, one defensive led upset, one Sugar Bowl loss to vanquish a perfect season, one stunning shut loss sandwiched between two scoring barrages, three undefeated untied teams, one offense that led the nation in scoring, two exceptional quarterbacks, one longtime rival, one wild five game stretch, one game changing rainbow and of course, one Warrior.
09:14
May 10, 2021
Episode 69 - Utah Utes' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Utah Utes. This program was the BCS busters, but had many notable moments long before the BCS. One National Championship, one coach with 5 undefeated seasons, two BCS firsts, one stunning Sugar Bowl upset, one loss due to an upright, one multiple-array of formations out of the spread, one standout quarterback, one Holy War, two seasons of shutouts, and of course, one red-tail Hawk.
08:50
May 7, 2021
Episode 68 - Oregon State Beavers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Oregon State Beavers. This program has seen its share of losing seasons and close calls, only to be balanced by reversals of fortune. One Heisman winner, two remarkable turnarounds, one Giant Killer, one stunning comeback, one pair of identical plays to silence an upset, one yard to vanquish a Cinderella story, one marquis 99-yard run, one perfect team, one No. 4 ranking, one in-state rival, one never-before-done feat spanning two sports, one player-coach, and of course, one Beaver. Oh yes, and a coyote named Jimmie.
09:20
May 3, 2021
Episode 67 - West Virginia Mountaineers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the West Virginia Mountaineers. This program is as the nickname suggests, roughed. A coach who took the program into national prominence, one stunning win, two stunning losses in Morgantown, one team that obliterated opponents, one player who may well have been the greatest to ever play his position in college football history, one “Backyard Brawl” with one historical game, one infuriating opponent, and a bearded Mountaineer adorned in buck skin, toting a rifle.
07:08
April 30, 2021
Episode 66 - Guest: Chris Zorich, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 1988 National Champion, 1989 Defensive Player of the Year, College Football HOF.
Today we have a special guest, Mr. Chris Zorich, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 1988 National Champion, 1989 Defensive Player of the Year, College Football Hall of Fame, to discuss his time at Notre Dame and all things Notre Dame football. Mr. Zorich discusses the 1998 National Championship season, the game coined “Catholics vs Convicts", the 1989 and 1990 Fighting Irish football seasons, legendary Coach Lou Holtz, Rocket Ismail’s epic punt return in the 1991 Orange Bowl and much more.
47:40
April 26, 2021
Episode 65 - Tulane Green Wave's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Tulane Green Wave. This program has an early history unlike any other in college football. One of the greatest turnarounds in college football history, two coaches who would leave Tulane to garner national championships elsewhere, three consecutive seasons of excellence, one stunning upset against its rival, one perfect season undone by a quick scoring barrage, one defensive team for the ages, one perfect high flying scoring machine, one very unusual player-coach, one rapid climb and descent and of course, a pelican.
07:17
April 23, 2021
Episode 64 - Ole Miss's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of Ole Miss. This program has a flare for the unusual. Three National Championships, one of the greatest defensive coaches in college football history, one one-play wonder, one incredible goal line stand, one gust of wind, one shoot down by a cannon, one shoot down by a trick play, one play away from arguably the greatest team ever, two incredible finishes, two rivals and one heartbreaking tragedy.
10:34
April 19, 2021
Episode 63 - Northwestern Wildcats' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Northwestern Wildcats. This program is the second oldest Division I football program in the history of college football. One coach known for renowned practices, three epic turnarounds, three stunning upsets, three monumental ties, one wild ending, one trick play, two heartbreaking losses, one legendary quarterback, two rivals - one then and one now, one wildcat and of course, one live bear.
09:59
April 16, 2021
Episode 62 - South Carolina Gamecocks' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the South Carolina Gamecocks. This program has teetered on perfect performances, unusual occurrences and has seen its share of heartbreak. One Heisman winner, two great teams at the turn of the century, one heartbreaking tragedy, one incredible turnaround, one quick scoring barrage to secure an upset, one near perfect quarterback performance, one controversial loss, one grand performance to finish a career, one pair of scoreless consecutive ties, one ode to the longest continuous non-conference rivalry in college football and of course, one beloved rooster.
09:59
April 12, 2021
Episode 61 - Guest: Lisa Kelly, author of Echoes From Notre Dame, a series of books
Today we have a special guest, author Lisa Kelly, to discuss her series of books, Echoes From Notre Dame and all things Notre Dame football, past and present.
19:23
April 9, 2021
Episode 60 - LSU Tigers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the LSU Tigers. This program is colorful. Four National Championships, two Heisman winners, two scoring machines, two Number 1 ranked defenses, one record setting quarterback, one athlete who could do it all, one Bluegrass Miracle, one implausible upset, one loss on a Hail Mary, one riot, one colorful Rag, one season filled with shutouts, and the most intimidating mascot in all of college football.
09:35
April 5, 2021
Episode 59 - Purdue Boilermakers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Purdue Boilermakers. This program is synonymous with the saying ‘you got to be kidding me.’ 1 National Championship, one moniker “Quarterback U”, statistically speaking - one of the greatest teams ever, two stunning upsets over a No.1 ranked team in the nation, one stunning loss when they were ranked No.1, one incredibly long fumble return, one of the most remarkable turnarounds you will ever see, one Old Oaken Bucket and of course, one Victoria style locomotive.
09:50
April 2, 2021
Episode 58 - Guest: Darin Hayes host of The Pigskin Dispatch podcast
Today we have a special guest, Darin Hayes, host of the Pigskin Dispatch podcast, to discuss Walter Camp, head coach of the Yale Bulldogs from 1888-1892, and the Stanford Cardinal from 1892, 1894-1895 and his impact on college football.
27:58
March 29, 2021
Episode 57 - North Carolina Tar Heels' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the North Carolina Tar Heels. This program dates back to 1888 and is one of the four oldest college football programs in the South. Three stellar coaches, one ‘Choo Choo’, one stunning win in a highly anticipated game, one major upset, one major upset bid vanquished, one heartbreaking loss, one LB who revolutionized his position, the true oldest rivalry in the South, one Number 1 Ranking, one roller coaster of a season, and of course, one Ram.
09:19
March 26, 2021
Episode 56 - Guest: Coach Matt Drinkall, Assistant Coach of Army West Point Black Knights.
Today we have a special guest, Coach Matt Drinkall, Assistant Coach of Army West Point Black Knights to discuss Army Black Knights football, past and present.
38:10
March 22, 2021
Episode 55 - Arizona State Sun Devils' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Arizona State Sun Devils. This program nestled in the Valley of the Sun has many stunning moments. One legendary coach, one upset for the ages, one loss vanquishing national championship hopes, one bobbled punt, “The Catch”, one “Duel in the Desert”, the oldest rivalry trophy in the history of college football, one an ill-timed 7-year hiatus and of course, Sparky.
08:40
March 19, 2021
Episode 54 - Guest: Bill Carroll, Head of CDS, an independent scouting organization, Co-host of Nuts&Bolts Sports' Draft Central to discuss Coach Vernon 'Skip' McCain and HBCU football.
Today we have a special guest, Bill Carroll, the Head of CDS, an independent scouting organization, Co-host of Nuts&Bolts Sports' [@NutsAndBoltsSP] Draft Central and a HBCU Football Historian to discuss Coach of Maryland State, now called Maryland Eastern Shore,  Hawks, Vernon 'Skip' McCain and all things HBCU football.
57:57
March 15, 2021
Episode 53 - Michigan States' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Michigan State Spartans. This program has a little bit of everything you want in a college football program. Two National Championships, a 28-game winning streak, one improbable win, one heartbreaking loss, one stunning loss, one stunning tie, a linebacker who forever changed the position, a bitter rival, one 40-pound costume. And for a brief period of time, one live bear.
08:58
March 12, 2021
Episode 52 - Clemson Tigers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Clemson Tigers. This program is bursting with greatness, both then and now. Three National Championships, one dynasty, two legendary coaches, two more coaches who posted perfect seasons, two exceptional quarterbacks, one stunning surprise-filled loss, the catch, the Brawl, and of course, one Tiger.
08:06
March 8, 2021
Episode 51 - 33 Historical Oddities in College Football
Today we remember 33 of college football's historical oddities, the segment where we revisit those moments where we asked ourselves, did that really happen?
09:23
March 5, 2021
Episode 50 - Rutgers Scarlett Knights' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Rutgers Scarlett Knights. This program is the birthplace of college football as it is home to the sport’s origin, having hosted Princeton in the first game on November 6, 1869. Two stunning wins, one near perfect season, one perfect season with no Bowl invitation, one player who could do it all, both in and out of football, one longtime rival no more, the first ever college football game and of course, one Scarlett Knight.
08:11
March 1, 2021
Episode 49 - Missouri Tigers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Missouri Tigers. This program does things its own way and has done so since its inception in 1890. One of the most innovative coaches in college football history, in consecutive weeks one stunning win only to be followed by one stunning loss, one wild start to a season, one difficult 3-year stretch, one Border Showdown, and one Mascot with a presidential name reputed to be the nation’s best.
08:50
February 26, 2021
Episode 48 - Guest: Joe Miller, Color Commentator for the Navy Football Radio Network.
Today we have a special guest, Mr. Joe Miller, Color Commentator for Navy Football Radio Network, PXP for Navy Athletics, and Host of @ItsCollegeFB Podcast, to discuss his work as a college football color commentator and all things Navy football, past and present.
40:41
February 22, 2021
Episode 47 - Stanford Cardinal's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Stanford Cardinal. This program is historic. It is jam-packed with many iconic football coaches that serve as the cornerstone for the sport. This program played in the first Rose Bowl, won two National Championships, had one Heisman winner, two stunning wins in consecutive Rose Bowls, one stunning loss that was arguably the most stunning loss in college football history, one longtime bitter rival, and one stunning, notable, impactful full tie.
09:46
February 19, 2021
Episode 46 - Iowa Hawkeyes' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Iowa Hawkeyes. This program has history imprinted all over it. Five National Championships, one dynasty, one significant Heisman winner, the unveiling of the Wing T formation, one stunning upset, two last second theatrics, one stunning tie, the first African-American Outland Trophy winner, one very clever uniform redesign, one Floyd of Rosedale and of course, the Ironmen.
09:46
February 15, 2021
Episode 45 - Navy Midshipmen's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Navy Midshipmen. This program is marked by traditions, streaks and monikers. One National Championship, two Heisman winners, one stunning win to end 43 years of frustration, one stunning loss, two stunning ties with identical scores on the same date separated by over two decades, one Winchester Rifle, one Roger the Dodger, one live goat and one rivalry tradition that exemplifies the very best of respect, virtue, and mutual admiration.
07:59
February 12, 2021
Episode 44 - Guest: Chris Willis, Head of Research Library at NFL Films and accomplished author. 
Today we have a special guest, Chris Willis, Head of Research Library at NFL Films and accomplished author, to discuss his work at NFL Films, his books and the Ohio State Buckeyes. 
38:51
February 8, 2021
Episode 43 - Syracuse Orange's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Syracuse Orange. This program has seen its shares of highs and lows. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, two iconic RBs, two stunning wins, one stunning loss specifically in the manner in which they lost, one difficult 60-year stretch and one heartbreaking tragedy.
07:02
February 5, 2021
Episode 42 - SMU Mustangs' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the SMU Mustangs. This program is simply, in one word, unique. One National Championship, one Heisman winner who has a prestigious award named after him, the Pony Express, four incredible seasons spanning 3 different eras, one improbable upset against a Heisman winning QB, one implausible loss in the comeback for the ages, one Iron Skillet, and one miniature horse. Oh, yes, then there is a death penalty.
09:30
February 1, 2021
Episode 41 - Oklahoma State Cowboys' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. This program is simply, in one word, exciting. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, perhaps the greatest player in college football history, one offensive juggernaut, one rivalry game simply known as 'Bedlam', one roller coaster ride of a five-year stretch, one heartbreaking tragedy and one real-life legendary Cowboy mascot.
09:10
January 29, 2021
Episode 40 - UCLA Bruins' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the UCLA Bruins. This program seems to fit its southern California persona, brightly colored blue and gold uniforms, one National Championship, one Heisman winner, two stunning wins - strangely enough each a rematch, two heart breaking late season losses, one iconic stadium, one bitter cross-town rival, and three live bears.
07:50
January 25, 2021
Episode 39 - Illinois Fighting Illini' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Illinois Fighting Illini. This program is simply, in one word, momentous. The legacy Illinois has left behind is filled with those singular moments in time when you know you will never ever see them again. Not once. Not ever. In short, the Fighting Illini have a collection of extraordinary flashes in time that no other program can aspire to. The greatest 12 minutes in history, the most feared LB to ever set foot set foot on the gridiron, one innovative coach, a player who played for that coach that would become the most influential coach this sport has ever seen, a streak that defies imagination and stunning TD barrage that has never been exceeded.
08:39
January 22, 2021
Episode 38 - Wisconsin Badgers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Wisconsin Badgers. This program is under the radar yet has played in some of the most historic and controversial games in history. Three National Championships, two Heisman winners, one coach who turned around a program, one historic Rose Bowl, one staggering running back, one fierce running back, the most-played rivalry in Div 1 college football, one unusual start for a program and a mascot who was too viscous to continue on.
07:33
January 18, 2021
Episode 37 - California Golden Bears' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the California Golden Bears. This program is simply, in two words, heart-rendering. You know what's coming, don’t you? Five National Championships, two games that were arguably the most stunning win and loss in college football history, one legendary coach, an undefeated streak for the ages, one longtime bitter rival and one anonymous mascot.
07:16
January 15, 2021
Episode 36 - Boston College Eagles' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Boston College Eagles. This program has a flare for the unusual. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, two legendary coaches, one iconic play in one of the greatest games ever played, one heartbreaking pick-six, the greatest game that famed sportswriter Grantland Rice ever saw, one Holy War with a twist, one rough beginning and of course, one bald eagle.
08:36
January 11, 2021
Episode 35 - Houston Cougars' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Houston Cougars. For a new school, Houston’s first season was basically yesterday in the annals of the college football history, this school created quite a lore with it’s offensive juggernaut schemes that set many incredible records. This school pioneered the veer offense of the 60's and 70's and the run and shoot of the 80's. One Heisman winner, one legendary coach, two all-time record-setting quarterbacks, one heart breaking frigid loss, one cross town rival and two mascots, each of which proved to be ferocious.
09:57
January 8, 2021
Episode 34 - Penn State Nittany Lions' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Penn State Nittany Lions. This program has a long rich history of stability and winning. Two National Championships, five more granted but unclaimed, one legendary coach, one Heisman winner, one bitter rival no more, one win by forfeit, one heartbreaking goal line stand, and one moniker, Linebacker U.
09:14
January 4, 2021
Episode 33 - Kansas State Wildcats' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Kansas State Wildcats. This program is baffling, many losing seasons and then sheer brilliance. One miracle worker head coach, one offensive juggernaut of a player, too many losing streaks, one phenomenal way to end a losing streak, goal posts that kept coming down, and one live wildcat mascot.
06:40
January 1, 2021
Episode 32 - Georgia Bulldogs' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Georgia Bulldogs. This program simply has a little bit of everything. Two National Championships, two Heisman winners, one stunning win that propelled them to a national championship, one stunning loss that kept from a national championship, one freshman phenom, three bitter rivals, but one just simply older than the rest, one heartbreaking tragedy, one adorable mascot, and one tradition like no other.
08:35
December 28, 2020
Episode 31 - Washington Huskies' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Washington Huskies. This program is simply, in one word, fun. Five National Championships, two bitter rivals, one in-state, the other out-of-state, a legendary coach whose feats are unparalleled in the history of college football, many legendary teams ranging from 1910 to 1991, one socially significant loss, and one gorgeous mascot.
09:30
December 25, 2020
Episode 30 - Guest: Michael McCoy, host of the The Michael McCoy Show, SiriusXM SLAM Radio.
Today we have a special guest, Sportscaster Mike McCoy, host of The Michael McCoy Show, SiriusXM SLAM Radio Ch. 145, to discuss Miami Hurricane football, past and present.
39:59
December 25, 2020
Episode 29 - Pittsburgh Panthers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Pittsburgh Panthers. How magnificent is this football program? The Pittsburgh Panthers won Nine National Championships, the most by any college program from the East and sixth all-time. One Heisman winner, two legendary coaches, one legendary RB, and one controversial Sugar Bowl.
07:44
December 21, 2020
Episode 28 - Florida Gators' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Florida Gators. This program dates back to the early 1900s but achieved excellence starting in the 1990s. Three National Championships, three Heisman winners, two iconic coaches, one man who is in the conversion as the program’s best player and coach, one heart breaking 93 yd TD pass, two rivals and a chomping motion like no other.
07:42
December 18, 2020
Episode 27 - BYU Cougars' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the BYU Cougars. This program is electrifying. One National Championship, one Heisman winner, a stable of quarterback greats, the comeback for the ages, one devastating loss, one most bitter rival, and a mamma cub that no longer parades the sidelines.
08:48
December 14, 2020
Episode 26 - Army Black Knight's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Army Black Knights. This program is rich in college football history, five National Championships. two Heisman winners, the highest scoring team in Div 1 A college football history, one historic run through three seasons, one back whose rushing feats spanned two seasons, and one rivalry tradition that exemplifies the very best of respect, virtue, and mutual admiration.
08:23
December 11, 2020
Episode 25 - Miami (FL) Hurricane's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Miami (FL) Hurricanes. Considering this program is relatively new in the timeline of college football, the Miami Hurricanes are among the most storied and successful football programs in NCAA history. Five National Championships, all in an 18 year span. two Heisman winners, a who’s-who of coaches, feared teams, perhaps the most feared LB to ever set foot on the gird iron and one bird with tremendous courage.
09:11
December 7, 2020
Episode 24 - Georgia Tech 222 Cumberland 0: The events that led up to, and the aftermath
Today, we discuss the events that led up to, and the aftermath that followed, the game played on October 7, 1916, when Georgia Tech defeated Cumberland 222-0 and ran up the most points in the history of college football.
06:41
December 4, 2020
Episode 23 - TCU Horned Frog's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the TCU Horned Frogs. This program is rich is history, with both rushing and passing magnificence.  two National Championships, one Heisman winner, the inventor of the forward pass, a bitter rival who ruined the perfect season but not a national championship, a rushing performance for the ages, a string of mind-boggling shutouts and of course, one horn frog.
08:43
November 30, 2020
Episode 22 - Guest: The Tide Talk Podcast host Stacey Blackwood
Today we have a special guest, Stacey Blackwood, host of The Tide Talk Podcast, to discuss Alabama football, past and present.
23:28
November 27, 2020
Episode 21 - Tennessee Volunteer's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Tennessee Volunteers. This program is a collage of winning streaks, national championships, players, dogs and colors. Six National Championships. one legendary coach with a defense for the ages, one mind game that actually worked, an over eager coonhound and an identifiable checker board pattern any fan would recognize.
08:20
November 23, 2020
Episode 20 - Minnesota Golden Gopher's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Minnesota Golden Gophers. This program today flies well under the radar, but its history is replete with seven National Championships, one Heisman winner, one legendary coach, one legendary player, two dynasties, two heartbreaking losses, a mascot with quite a curious design and of course, one axe.
08:12
November 20, 2020
Episode 19 - 25 of the Greatest Individual Game Day Performances since 1950
Today, we recall 25 of the Greatest Individual Game Day Performances in college football history since 1950.
07:15
November 16, 2020
Episode 18 - Texas A&M Aggies' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Texas A&M Aggies. This program has many sides to it, and it embodies why we love college football, three National Championships, two Heisman winners, two bitter rivals, one now and one then, one beloved dog, a heartbreaking tragedy and a college tradition like no other.
08:55
November 13, 2020
Episode 17 - Oregon Ducks' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Oregon Ducks. From a team without sustained excellence to a team with new found sustained excellence, this football program had one frenetic offense for the ages, one incomparable Heisman winner, one huge loss the day before Pearl Harbor, one duck, one rivalry name that is changed and two team names, the Oregon Ducks is rich in college football history. 
07:49
November 9, 2020
Episode 16 - Auburn Tiger's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Auburn Tigers. Bo Jackson, Cam Newton, the Mud Game, a defense for the ages, two National Championships, three Heisman Winners, back to back goal line stands, Kick Six, The Iron Bowl, Punt 'Bama' Punt, and one War Eagle that lives on. There are two schools in Alabama that dominate the headlines, I believe you know the other. But, the Auburn Tiger football doesn’t play second fiddle to anyone, not in Alabama, not in all of College Football History. The team from ‘The Plains” has claimed its share of National Championships, Heisman winners, controversy and tradition.
11:56
November 6, 2020
Episode 15 - The Top 10 Reasons to Love Ivy League Football
Today, we discuss the top 10 reasons to love the storied history of Ivy League Football, the oldest conference in the annals of college football. 
08:18
November 2, 2020
Episode 14 - Texas Longhorns' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Texas Longhorns. Names that resonate to this day, Bobby Lane, the Tyler Rose, Ricky Williams and Vince Young. The Wishbone offense, two stunning upset loses, a decade long rivalry for the ages, the greatest championship game win perhaps ever, and one steer, there is a reason Texas is synonymous with football.
10:54
October 30, 2020
Episode 13 - Nebraska Cornhuskers' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. An argument could be made that the two greatest teams of all-time resided in Lincoln Nebraska. Nebraska has a football history like no other, one legendary coach, one classic game on Halloween, one on Thanksgiving. one decision that that shows with heartbreak can come dignity, the Fumbleroosky and an opening to a season to top all openings of any season.
10:09
October 26, 2020
Episode 12 - USC Trojans' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the USC Trojans. This program is simply, in one word, exemplary. Eleven National Championships, seven Heisman winners, two bitter rivals, one in-city the other clear across the country, one moniker Tailback U, one Victory Bell, one regal white horse, and the winner of the most astonishing comeback one can imagine.
12:10
October 23, 2020
Episode 11 - The Top 10 Reasons to Love HBCU Football
Today, we discuss the top 10 reasons to love the storied history of HBCU Football.
08:54
October 19, 2020
Episode 10 - Notre Dame Fighting Irish football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. This program is emblematic of the tradition that is the very essence of college football. A plethora of amazing coaches, one of which perhaps is the GOAT. eleven National Championships, seven Heisman winners, the losers of a classic comeback for the ages, a motivational speech to end all motivational speeches, the iconic helmet and perhaps the most recognizable fight song in all of college football.
11:53
October 16, 2020
Episode 9 - Florida State Seminole's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the  Florida State Seminoles. The program came from out of nowhere and turned itself into sustained excellence. Three National Championships, 3 Heisman Winners, a legendary coach, a few wide rights, one shut down corner and a most unusual tradition culminates to a fascinating football program. 
08:59
October 12, 2020
Episode 8 - The Ohio State University Buckeyes' football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of The Ohio State University Buckeyes. This program embodies why we love college football, eight National Championships, six Heismans, the only player to win the Heisman Award twice, one iconic rivalry, the snow game, script Ohio, helmet innovation, and one lone assassin for good measure.
12:14
October 9, 2020
Episode 7 - Tulsa Golden Hurricane's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes. Offense. Offense, Offense. Tulsa Golden Hurricane football stands unique in the annals of college football history. They are the last Division I school to give up 100 points, 100-6 loss to Houston in 1968, yet they have scored over 100 points four times, and remains the only school to put up over 150 points twice. They lead the nation in passing for 5 consecutive years and had an offense that set 20 NCAA records.
07:10
October 5, 2020
Episode 6 - Alabama Crimson Tide's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Let’s put it this way, the Crimson Tide is simply among the most accomplished football programs in college football history. As of this podcast recording, Fall of 2020, the Tide’s NCAA records include 23 winning streaks of ten games or more and 19 seasons with a 10–0 start. Alabama has completed ten undefeated seasons, nine of which were perfect seasons. has made an NCAA-record 71 postseason bowl appearances.
13:02
October 2, 2020
Episode 5 - Oklahoma Sooner's football history
Oklahoma Sooners college football history is synonymous with dynasties, national championships, Heisman Trophy winners, epic games and all-time great players. Seven national championships, seven Heisman Trophy winners, three legendary coaches, one defensive led upset in the Orange Bowl to propel a national championship, one Game of the Century, one loss that derailed the longest winning streak in NCAA Div I history, one loss that defied imagination, one tie to proceed the longest winning streak in NCAA history, one undefeated-untied team that came storming out of the gates, two teams that were first in the nation in scoring and second in scoring defense, one team that was arguably the greatest one-loss team in the history of college football, one wishbone attack that propelled a national championship, one spilt T-formation in its prime, one NCAA record setting running back, one Hall of Fame defensive end, three Heisman Trophy winning running backs, four Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks, one Red River Classic, one season of shutouts, one back-to-back games that topped the century mark, two games scoring over 150 points, forty-seven wins in a row, one foe that bookended a 48-game non-losing streak, three brother All-Americans on the defensive line, and of course, the Conestoga Wagon and its ponies.
19:07
September 28, 2020
Episode 4 - Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. The rich football history at Georgia Tech is in many ways the embodiment of the aura of college football excellence. 100 years ago, the Yellow Jacket program was the paramount institution, the first college football team to win the four major bowls, Rose, Orange, Sugar and Cotton. The team put up numbers that today defy even the most ardent fan's imagination. A glimpse into Georgia Tech's Football program provides a unique slice of college football history, endearing, legendary and at times, perplexing.
08:08
September 26, 2020
Episode 3 - Greatest College Football Teams of All Time, Numbers 1 to 10
Today, we countdown the Greatest College Football Teams of All Time, Numbers 1 to 10.
08:07
September 22, 2020
Episode 2 - Greatest College Football Teams of All Time, Numbers 11 to 25
Today, we countdown the Greatest College Football Teams of All Time, Numbers 11 to 25.
08:18
September 18, 2020
Episode 1 - Michigan Wolverine's football history
Today, we discuss the college football history of the Michigan Wolverines. Yost to Schembechler, Michigan-Ohio State, Desmond Howard, Snow Game and Little Brown Jug. Want college football history?  Michigan has eleven National Championships, the most wins and the highest winning percentage of any NCAA Division I College Football program. One coach won 4 National Championships in his first four seasons.  Want tradition?   Another coach named Bo may have rewritten the definition of ‘rivalry’ during his 10 Year War with coach named Woody.  Three Heisman winners, one striking pose, a Hail Mary, the oldest Trophy Game and the snow game for the ages translates to a football tradition few schools can claim.
13:21
September 18, 2020