A podcast that cares about every part of college football. Hosts Steven Godfrey, Richard Johnson, and Alex Kirshner take you through the good, the bad, the ugly, and the flat-out interesting nuts and bolts of the college football landscape.
Hosts Richard Johnson and Alex Kirshner bounce around college football with Banner Society's Steven Godfrey. What's behind Jackson State's Deion Sanders move? Is Troy back? Is Miami? Plus audience questions, a trip through Massachusetts FBS football, and a tasting menu for Week 4. This is Split Zone Duo.
In a 30-minute sprint, Alex and Richard run through Mississippi State’s Air Raiding success at LSU, a messy Saturday in the SEC East, why Pitt is it, why Cincinnati *might* be it, and the best 1-3 team in college football. Welcome to Split Zone Duo, a Moon Crew podcast that covers all of college football.
Alex, Richard, and a special guest talk about new impressions of the SEC (Ole Miss, Florida, Alabama, Auburn, and Georgia in particular), whether BYU is going undefeated (spoiler: yes), how the Playoff will respond to an undefeated BYU (spoiler: poorly), and whether Army and Baylor are actually good. Plus, audience questions and some business updates.
Time is a social construct for the South Carolina Gamecocks. Plus, figuring out what's wrong with Oklahoma and Texas (hint: tackling), how Georgia manhandled Auburn, what Arkansas did to Mike Leach, why SMU is in a great but scary spot, whether there's reason to worry about Cincinnati, a plug for Coastal Carolina, a recap of North Dakota State's one-game season, and an assessment that Pitt is no longer it.
Alex thinks Navy might be capsized. Richard disagrees and is ready to eat the pancakes Tennessee is serving up against Georgia. He’s also less concerned about Florida State’s academics. Plus, let’s talk about the teams that ruined the Red River Whatever: Iowa State and TCU, why it’s not panic time yet for UCF or Louisville, and what athletic directors can learn from Chris Klieman’s early success at K-State.
Banner Society’s Steven Godfrey joins Alex and Richard to talk about the week that was: Oklahoma’s survival against Texas, Clemson’s destruction of Miami, UTSA’s promising turn, Houston’s authoritative arrival, what’s wrong with Florida, what’s good about Georgia, why LSU’s defense is a disaster, how the SEC screwed Arkansas, and how the entire Mike Leach timeline has already played out in less than a month of Mississippi State games.
Alex, Richard, and Banner Society’s Steven Godfrey report on how the NCAA’s impending rules changes on name, image, and likeness might affect the future of EA Sports’ college football video games. (It’s about ethics in video game journalism.) Plus: the ramifications of the LSU/Florida COVID postponement, Georgia’s (possibly narrow) path to beating Alabama, what the hell happened to the USF Bulls, and a discussion about hot coaching candidate Billy Napier. And importantly: a discussion of why the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers should've been ranked *even before* they upset Napier's Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns in Week 7.
Alex, Richard, and Banner Society’s Steven Godfrey run through the week in college football. Bama squeezes the life out of Georgia, plus detailed thoughts on Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State (it’s bad), Clemson, FSU, UNC, Pitt, #RankCoastal, UCF, Memphis, BYU, and – of course – UMass. This is a whip-around of Week 7.
Alex, Richard, and Banner Society’s Steven Godfrey preview both the Big Ten and Mountain West, with rousing rounds of “Sbarro or Culver’s” and “Patagonia or REI.” Also: Which SEC coach most needs a win this weekend (probably Gus Malzahn), and which current FCS coaches might make strong FBS candidates? Plus a Texas-sized discussion of Texas college football’s many anxieties right now.