Your college football marriage of numbers and words.
In Episode 1 of Podcast Ain't Played Nobody, Bill and Godfrey discuss LSU, brand-name teams, and whether turnovers are luck or partial luck.
In the second episode of PAPN, we talk about Baylor, TCU, and what happens when a story falls apart.
In the third episode of PODCAST AIN'T PLAYED NOBODY, Bill and Godfrey talk about birthdays, neutral site games, the infinite narrative potential of Oklahoma-Tennessee, bad Big Ten teams, Steve Patterson, and what a week in Statesboro does to a man.
In episode 4 of AIN'T PLAYED NOBODY, Bill and Steven chat about Arkansas' disastrous loss to Toledo, Auburn's even more disastrous near-loss to Jacksonville State, the for-realness of Ole Miss, and the nerd glory that is the upcoming Memphis-Bowling Green game.
In the fifth episode of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey talk about how Georgia ain't played nobody, (gulp) defend ESPN, discuss luck vs. opportunity in turnovers, and ask ... what's up with the Pac-12? How's it going out west?
In episode 6 of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey talk about surprise dumpster fires (Auburn, Oregon), zombie narratives, math classes, UCLA, verbal ticks, StatSmack shirts, and, because it's PAPN, Memphis.
In the seventh episode of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey discuss Clemson, The Next 2007!, the lack of good QBs on good teams, coaches winning big games, when to fire coaches, Ohio State's résumé, and reader questions.
In the eighth installment of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey discuss Florida without Will Grier, the death of Clemsoning, Western Kentucky's life after Bobby Petrino, and the Maryland job vs. the South Carolina job.
In the ninth episode of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey talk about a natural LSU-Florida State fan war, the value of run-blocking wideouts, awesome 1-loss teams, fascinating polls, the Notre Dame Effect and single-unit teams and answer reader questions.
In the 10th episode of PAPN, Bill and Godfrey talk about the USC experience, the Trojans under interim coaches, the Texas renaissance, who the selection committee will rank No. 1, bad predictions, Nebraska coaches, and ... Pumas.