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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 284 - The 1951 Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier, Princeton Tigers.

History of College FootballMay 29, 2023

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Episode 284 - The 1951 Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier, Princeton Tigers.

Episode 284 - The 1951 Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier, Princeton Tigers.

Today we discuss the 1951 Heisman Trophy winner Dick Kazmaier, Princeton Tigers, one of the greatest college football players of all-time.

May 29, 202308:38
Episode 283 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the AAC.

Episode 283 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the AAC.

Today we discuss some of the lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the AAC.

May 26, 202318:33
Episode 282 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the SEC.

Episode 282 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the SEC.

Today, we discuss some of the lesser known college football historical oddities from every team in the SEC.

May 22, 202317:60
Episode 281 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Pac-12.

Episode 281 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Pac-12.

Today, we discuss some of the lesser known college football historical oddities from every team in the Pac-12.

May 19, 202318:08
Episode 280 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big Ten.

Episode 280 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big Ten.

Today we discuss the lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big Ten.

May 15, 202319:05
Episode 279 - Oklahoma versus Kingfisher College, a rivalry like no other.

Episode 279 - Oklahoma versus Kingfisher College, a rivalry like no other.

Today we discuss Oklahoma versus Kingfisher College, a rivalry like no other, where the two teams met from 1897 to 1919, played 22 times and the results were mind boggling.

May 12, 202311:34
Episode 278 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big 12.

Episode 278 - The lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big 12.

We discuss some of the lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the Big 12.

May 08, 202312:21
 Episode 277 - The Lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the ACC.

Episode 277 - The Lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the ACC.

Today we discuss some of the lesser known CFB historical oddities from every team in the ACC.

May 05, 202313:18
Episode 276 - The most bizarre game ever played, Centenary 0 Texas Tech 0, November 11, 1939.

Episode 276 - The most bizarre game ever played, Centenary 0 Texas Tech 0, November 11, 1939.

The game was one of the most bizarre games ever played, due to a heavy downpour that absolutely flooded the field in Shreveport Louisiana, conditions that made it more than difficult to advance the ball either running or passing, puddles that rose above the players ankles, both coaches appeared to wait for the other team to make a mistake as the two teams combined for an NCAA record 77 punts, 39 by Texas Tech and 38 by Centenary of Louisiana. An astounding 67 punts occurred on first down, including 22 consecutively in the third and fourth quarters.

May 01, 202310:58
Episode 275 - The final AP Poll each year from 1960-1969 which were determined before the bowl games.

Episode 275 - The final AP Poll each year from 1960-1969 which were determined before the bowl games.

Today we discuss the final AP Poll each year from 1960-1969 which were determined before the bowl games. The final AP Poll was selected before the bowl games each year from 1936-1968, except for 1965. We will look at who was No. 1 in the final AP Poll, offering a few short observations along the way.

Apr 28, 202309:57
Episode 274 - The final AP Poll each year from 1950-1959 which were determined before the bowl games.

Episode 274 - The final AP Poll each year from 1950-1959 which were determined before the bowl games.

Today we discuss the final AP Poll each year from 1950-1959 which were determined before the bowl games. The final AP Poll was selected before the bowl games each year from 1936-1968, except for 1965. We will look at who was No. 1 in the final AP Poll, offering a few short observations along the way.

Apr 24, 202309:47
Episode 273 - The final AP Poll each year from 1936-1949 which were determined before the bowl games.

Episode 273 - The final AP Poll each year from 1936-1949 which were determined before the bowl games.

Today we discuss the final AP Poll each year from 1936-1949 which were determined before the bowl games. The final AP Poll was selected before the bowl games each year from 1936-1968, except for 1965. We will look at who was No. 1 in the final AP Poll, offering a few short observations along the way.

Apr 21, 202311:42
 Episode 272 - Coach Otto Proc Klum, the father of University of Hawaii football.

Episode 272 - Coach Otto Proc Klum, the father of University of Hawaii football.

Today we discuss coach Otto Proc Klum, the father of University of Hawaii football.

Apr 17, 202316:05
Episode 271 -Count down of the top 10 historical oddities of the Northern Illinois Huskies football program.

Episode 271 -Count down of the top 10 historical oddities of the Northern Illinois Huskies football program.

Today we count down of the top 10 historical oddities of the Northern Illinois Huskies football program. Many schools have their fare share of historical oddities in their program's football history, but few schools can boost the multitude of oddities as the Northern Illinois Huskies.

Apr 14, 202312:21
Episode 270 - Northwestern's 1995 Cinderella season

Episode 270 - Northwestern's 1995 Cinderella season

Today we discuss the Northwestern Wildcats' 1995 Cinderella season.

Apr 10, 202313:50
Episode 269 - The 1978 college football season, as chaotic a season the sport has ever seen.

Episode 269 - The 1978 college football season, as chaotic a season the sport has ever seen.

Today we discuss the 1978 college football season, as chaotic a season the sport has ever seen.

Apr 07, 202311:15
Episode 268 - A tangible argument as to why the Illinois Fighting Illini is one of the all-time elite CFB programs in history.

Episode 268 - A tangible argument as to why the Illinois Fighting Illini is one of the all-time elite CFB programs in history.

Today we present a tangible argument as to why the Illinois Fighting Illini is one of the all-time elite CFB programs in history.

Apr 03, 202316:20
Episode 267 - The day Harvard beat Yale 29-29, Nov 23rd, 1968.

Episode 267 - The day Harvard beat Yale 29-29, Nov 23rd, 1968.

Today we discuss the day Harvard beat Yale 29-29, Nov 23rd, 1968. On Nov 23rd, 1968, the Harvard Crimson entered ‘The Game’, 8-0. The Yale Bulldogs entered ‘The Game’ 8-0. The Ivy League title was at stake for arguably the Ivy League’s and quite possibly, college football's most intense rivalry. The Crimson trailed the game 29-13 late in the 4th quarter. Then the Crimson went on a 14 play, 86 yd drive to close the gap to 29-21 with 42 seconds remaining. A successful 2-pt conversion and a recovered on-side kick followed by a 14-yd run, and a face mask penalty, all went to set up the famous last play with 4 seconds remaining. On the last play, QB Frank Champi avoided a fierce pass rush and found HB Vic Gatto in the end zone. With no time on the clock, Champi hit Pete Varney to complete the utterly implausible comeback, 16 pts in the final 42 seconds. The next day as the Harvard Crimson ran the headlines, ‘Harvard Beats Yale, 29-29.’

Mar 31, 202311:09
 Episode 266 - The first Division I schools to play college football, 1869-1889.

Episode 266 - The first Division I schools to play college football, 1869-1889.

Today we discuss the first Division I schools to play college football, 1869-1889.

Mar 27, 202312:54
Episode 265 - The game on Nov 5, 1949 when Wyoming defeated Northern Colorado (then Colorado State Greeley) 103-0.

Episode 265 - The game on Nov 5, 1949 when Wyoming defeated Northern Colorado (then Colorado State Greeley) 103-0.

Today we discuss the game on Nov 5, 1949 when Wyoming defeated Northern Colorado (then Colorado State Greeley) 103-0. Since that day no Division 1-A team has scored more points.

Mar 24, 202311:57
 Episode 264 - A comparative look at the greatest Notre Dame coaches.

Episode 264 - A comparative look at the greatest Notre Dame coaches.

Today we offer a comparative look at the greatest Notre Dame coaches.

Mar 20, 202320:28
Episode 263 - The 1929 Ohio Bobcats, one of the most dominant teams in college football history.

Episode 263 - The 1929 Ohio Bobcats, one of the most dominant teams in college football history.

Today we discuss the 1929 Ohio Bobcats, one of the most dominant teams in college football history, undefeated, united and nearly un-scored upon.

Mar 17, 202313:04
Episode 262 - The 1922 West Virginia Mountaineers, 10-0-1, one dominant team.

Episode 262 - The 1922 West Virginia Mountaineers, 10-0-1, one dominant team.

Today we discuss the 1922 West Virginia  Mountaineers, 10-0-1, as dominant a team as Morgantown ever produced, that included a 6-game run where they outscored opponents 150-0.

Mar 13, 202309:30
Episode 261 - The 1954 season of the UCLA Bruins, about as unappreciated a team as any in history.

Episode 261 - The 1954 season of the UCLA Bruins, about as unappreciated a team as any in history.

Today we discuss the 1954 season of the UCLA Bruins, about as unappreciated a team as any in history.

Mar 10, 202312:24
Episode 260 - The 1973 college football season, a season where after the bowl games, 6 teams still remained undefeated

Episode 260 - The 1973 college football season, a season where after the bowl games, 6 teams still remained undefeated

Today we discuss the 1973 college football season, a season where after the bowl games and the dust settled, 6 teams still remained undefeated.

Mar 06, 202315:57
Episode 259 - Coach Jake Gaither's Florida A&M Rattlers, remarkable 1959-1962 seasons.

Episode 259 - Coach Jake Gaither's Florida A&M Rattlers, remarkable 1959-1962 seasons.

Today we discuss Coach Jake Gaither 's Florida A&M Rattlers remarkable 1959-1962 seasons.

Mar 03, 202312:56
Episode 258 - 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 18 to 35 from 1940 to present

Episode 258 - 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 18 to 35 from 1940 to present

Today we discuss 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 18 to 35 from 1940 to present. There were moments in CFB that were difficult to watch, hard to comprehend and we knew we never wanted to see them again. We will cover some of these moments and please understand they cover broad range in the long history of college football. From the desolate to the tragic, from the lighthearted to the serious and then from ugly on field performances to heart-breaking deaths both on and off the field, we cover moments in and around the gridiron history of CFB difficult to discuss, never to be forgotten, and hopefully never to be repeated. Three points before we begin. 1st: This is in no way was a complete list. 2nd We will cover these events in chronological order, numbering them 1 to 35. And this brings us to point No. 3. We are not giving credence to order, in other words, understand that we are not comparing these events.


Feb 27, 202319:33
Episode 257 - 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 1 to 17 from 1869 to 1939

Episode 257 - 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 1 to 17 from 1869 to 1939

Today we discuss 35 moments in CFB history that no one ever wants to see repeated, No. 1 to 17 from 1869 to 1939. There were moments in CFB that were difficult to watch, hard to comprehend and we knew we never wanted to see them again. We will cover some of these moments and please understand they cover broad range in the long history of college football. From the desolate to the tragic, from the lighthearted to the serious and then from ugly on field performances to heart-breaking deaths both on and off the field, we cover moments in and around the gridiron history of CFB difficult to discuss, never to be forgotten, and hopefully never to be repeated. Three points before we begin. 1st: This is in no way was a complete list. 2nd We will cover these events in chronological order, numbering them 1 to 35. And this brings us to point No. 3. We are not giving credence to order, in other words, understand that we are not comparing these events.

Feb 24, 202316:41
Episode 256 - Legendary coach Mike Donahue, Auburn Tigers, 1904-06 & 1908-1922.

Episode 256 - Legendary coach Mike Donahue, Auburn Tigers, 1904-06 & 1908-1922.

Today we discuss legendary coach Mike Donahue, Auburn Tigers, 1904-06 & 1908-1922. Mike Donahue coached the Auburn Tigers for 18 seasons, for all but one year from 1904-1922 and compiled a 99-35-5, winning 73% of his games. He forged two legendary teams, one national championship, another that was un-scored upon, a 23-game beaten streak, and an epic upset.

Feb 20, 202313:25
Episode 255 - The Princeton football team of the 1800s, a dominance like no other.

Episode 255 - The Princeton football team of the 1800s, a dominance like no other.

Today we discuss the Princeton football team of the 1800s, a dominance like no other.

Feb 17, 202313:39
 Episode 254 - Tommy Nobis, Texas Longhorns, 1965 Outland Trophy winner.

Episode 254 - Tommy Nobis, Texas Longhorns, 1965 Outland Trophy winner.

Today we discuss Tommy Nobis, Texas Longhorns, 1965 Outland Trophy winner.

Feb 13, 202311:33
Episode 253 - Doak Walker, SMU Mustangs, 1948 Heisman Trophy winner

Episode 253 - Doak Walker, SMU Mustangs, 1948 Heisman Trophy winner

Today we discuss Doak Walker, SMU Mustangs, 1948 Heisman Trophy winner and one of only three players to finish in the Top 3 in Heisman balloting 3-times.

Feb 10, 202312:51
Episode 252 - The 1961 Rose Bowl, a Rose Bowl like no other.

Episode 252 - The 1961 Rose Bowl, a Rose Bowl like no other.

Today we discuss the 1961 Rose Bowl, a Rose Bowl like no other.

Feb 06, 202311:19
 Episode 251 - The memorable 1963 season of Sherm Lewis, Michigan State Spartans.

Episode 251 - The memorable 1963 season of Sherm Lewis, Michigan State Spartans.

Today we discuss the memorable 1963 season of Sherm Lewis, Michigan State Spartans.

Feb 03, 202311:20
 Episode 250- Remembering the now defunct Bluebonnet Bowl.

Episode 250- Remembering the now defunct Bluebonnet Bowl.

Today we remember the now defunct Bluebonnet Bowl. There once was a time when in the state of Texas, in the city of Houston, a team from Texas more often than not faced off against all comers. The bowl rose in popularity on the 1960s, and then by the 1980s, attendance dwindled. And finally, the bowl became just another defunct bowl. But, there was a time.

Jan 30, 202313:13
Episode 249- The 1994 Penn State Nittany Lions, one of the greatest teams of all-time who did not win a national championship.

Episode 249- The 1994 Penn State Nittany Lions, one of the greatest teams of all-time who did not win a national championship.

Today we discuss the 1994 Penn State Nittany Lions, one of the greatest teams of all-time who did not win a national championship. The Penn State Nittany Lions were 12-0, led the nation in scoring, 47-ppg, and boasted the number 2 and 4 players in Heisman balloting. 

Jan 27, 202313:40
Episode 248 - The mysterious 12th man who came out of the stands to play defense for Dartmouth against Princeton in 1935.

Episode 248 - The mysterious 12th man who came out of the stands to play defense for Dartmouth against Princeton in 1935.

Today we discuss the mysterious 12th man who came out of the stands to play defense for Dartmouth against Princeton in 1935. In the long history of Princeton Tiger football, no game was as strange as the game when on Nov 23, 1935, a fan suddenly jumped out of the end zone stands to play defense for Dartmouth to try and stuff Princeton at the goal line.

Jan 23, 202310:31
Episode 247 - The two-game NCAA record breaking rushing barrage by Rueben Mayes, Washington State Cougars.

Episode 247 - The two-game NCAA record breaking rushing barrage by Rueben Mayes, Washington State Cougars.

Today we discuss the two-game NCAA record rushing barrage by Rueben Mayes, Washington State Cougars. Reuben Mayes, the 6-foot, 208-pound junior from North Battleford, Saskatchewan, rushed for 216 yards in a game where the Cougars scored a whirlwind of 35 points in just 15:14 seconds of game time, and then Mayes topped that achievement the next week as he set an NCAA rushing record of 357 yards and in doing so, set another NCAA record, rushing yards in consecutive games, 573 yards.

Jan 20, 202311:03
 Episode 246 - Legendary coach Eddie Hurt, Morgan State Bears, who compiled a 57 game unbeaten streak from 1931-1938.

Episode 246 - Legendary coach Eddie Hurt, Morgan State Bears, who compiled a 57 game unbeaten streak from 1931-1938.

Today we discuss legendary coach Eddie Hurt, Morgan State Bears, who compiled a 57 game unbeaten streak from 1931-1938, posting a 54-0-3 record, 57 games without a loss. In this time span, his Bears won 2 HBCU national championships. In 1943, Coach Hurt 1943 team went undefeated-untied-unscored upon. In all, coach Hurt’s Bears won 6 HBCU National Championships in a 17-year span from 1933-1949, including 3 in 4 years from 1943-1946. And his Bears won 14 CIAA conference championships from in a 27-year span. 1930-1956.

Jan 16, 202312:41
 Episode 245 - The Houston Cougars from 1962 to 1992, an offensive machine like no other in modern day college football.

Episode 245 - The Houston Cougars from 1962 to 1992, an offensive machine like no other in modern day college football.

Today we discuss the Houston Cougars from 1962 to 1992, an offensive machine like no other in modern day college football. Bill Yeoman coached the Cougars from 1962-1986, He was followed by Jack Pardee, 1987-1989 and then by John Jenkins 1990-1992. For this 30-year stretch, these 3 coaches put up numbers, points, yards and touchdowns at a frantic, phrenetic rate.

Jan 13, 202316:58
Episode 244 - The most stunning win for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Episode 244 - The most stunning win for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the  most stunning win for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Jan 09, 202316:50
Episode 243 - The undefeated, quarterback Chuck Ealey, Toledo Rockets, arguably the greatest college football quarterback of all-time.

Episode 243 - The undefeated, quarterback Chuck Ealey, Toledo Rockets, arguably the greatest college football quarterback of all-time.

Today we discuss undefeated, quarterback Chuck Ealey, Toledo Rockets who is arguably the greatest college football quarterback of all-time. Chuck Ealey is the undefeated quarterback that holds the longest QB winning streak in amateur football history. Chuck Ealey was 18-0 at Notre Dame High School in Portsmouth, Ohio and 35-0 at Toledo.

Jan 06, 202312:33
Episode 242 - The 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 10-1.

Episode 242 - The 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 10-1.

Today we discuss the 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 10-1.

Jan 02, 202316:17
Episode 241 - The 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 20-11.

Episode 241 - The 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 20-11.

Today we discuss the 20 most stunning last second endings to a game in college football history, Numbers 20-11. 

Dec 30, 202211:01
 Episode 240 - The 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Episode 240 - The 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Today we discuss the 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Dec 26, 202216:14
Episode 239 - The 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11.

Episode 239 - The 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11.

Today we discuss the 20 biggest upsets in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11.

Dec 23, 202216:38
 Episode 238 - The 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Episode 238 - The 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Today we discuss the 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 10-1.

Dec 19, 202215:36
Episode 237 - The 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11.

Episode 237 - The 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11.

Today we discuss the 20 most unusual plays in the history of college football, Numbers 20-11. 

Dec 16, 202210:37
 Episode 236 - The college football history of the James Madison Dukes.

Episode 236 - The college football history of the James Madison Dukes.

Today we discuss the college football history of the James Madison Dukes. This program is new in the annals of college football history, even newer to the FBS, yet has posted a pedigree performance. 2 National Championships, one enormously winning coach, one coach who brought the program to new heights, one rushing performance to secure a National Championship, one ginormous upset over a ranked Div I-A team, one fast start to propel team to a national championship, one collapse after a fast start to derail a stunning upset, one scoreless tie to derail an undefeated un-tied season, one undefeated season, two national championship seasons, one Hall of Fame LB, one LB who ended a record string, one rivalry that has spurned 3 national championships, one inauspicious beginning, one incredible team rushing performance, one incredible individual passing performance, one wild 20-yr stretch and of course, one Duke Dog.

Dec 12, 202213:27
Episode 235 - The Yale Bulldogs who from 1872-1909 posted 10 un-scored upon seasons.

Episode 235 - The Yale Bulldogs who from 1872-1909 posted 10 un-scored upon seasons.

Today we discuss the Yale Bulldogs who from 1872-1909 posted 10 un-scored upon seasons setting a standard of excellence unmatched in the annals of College Football history.

Dec 09, 202210:37
 Episode 234 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of December, Numbers 10-1.

Episode 234 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of December, Numbers 10-1.

Today we discuss the 20 Greatest Games played in the month of December, Numbers 10-1.

Dec 05, 202214:51
 Episode 233 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of December, Numbers 20-11.

Episode 233 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of December, Numbers 20-11.

Today we discuss the 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, Numbers 20-11.

Dec 03, 202211:03
Episode 232 - The most stunning win for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Episode 232 - The most stunning win for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Nov 28, 202208:18
 Episode 231 - The 1972 USC Trojans, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Episode 231 - The 1972 USC Trojans, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Today we discuss the 1972 USC Trojans, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time. Woody Hayes called them the greatest college football team he had ever seen. So did their coach, John McKay, who said he never saw a team who could have defeated them.

Nov 25, 202210:35
 Episode 230 - The forgotten legend, Troy Davis, Iowa State Cyclones.

Episode 230 - The forgotten legend, Troy Davis, Iowa State Cyclones.

Today we discuss the forgotten legend, Troy Davis, Iowa State Cyclones, the first player to twice rush for over 2,000 yards in a season.

Nov 21, 202207:18
 Episode 229 - The legacy of coach Eddie Robinson, Grambling State University Tigers.

Episode 229 - The legacy of coach Eddie Robinson, Grambling State University Tigers.

Today we discuss the legacy of Eddie Robinson, Grambling State University Tigers. You can make a reasonable argument that within the rich fabric of HBCU football history, there resides the greatest coach college football has ever seen, Eddie Robinson. If you check the numbers, Robinson is in the discussion, if you check performing the near impossible, Robinson is in the discussion And if you check impact, Robinson may lead the discussion.

Nov 18, 202207:46
Episode 228 - The true Fifth Down Game, Cornell-Dartmouth, November 16, 1940.

Episode 228 - The true Fifth Down Game, Cornell-Dartmouth, November 16, 1940.

Today we discuss the true Fifth Down Game, Cornell-Dartmouth, November 16, 1940. It was a game that had it all. A mistake to end all mistakes made by the referees, followed by a gentlemanly reply by Cornell to forfeit the game that had already been entered into the record books, a forfeit that in turn forfeited their No. 2 ranking and 19-game winning streak.

Nov 14, 202206:37
Episode 227 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Episode 227 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Nov 11, 202210:31
Episode 226 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 10-1.

Episode 226 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 10-1.

Today we count down the 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 10-1.

Nov 07, 202216:20
Episode 225 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 20-11.

Episode 225 - The 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 20-11.

Today we count down the 20 Greatest Games played in the month of November, numbers 20-11.

Nov 04, 202216:60
Episode 224 - Barry Sanders's 1988 season, arguably the greatest season in college football history.

Episode 224 - Barry Sanders's 1988 season, arguably the greatest season in college football history.

Today we discuss Barry Sanders's 1988 season, arguably the greatest season in college football history. In 1988 Barry Sanders of the Oklahoma State Cowboys set 34 NCAA records, including 2,628 yds, 39 touchdowns and 21.3 yds points per game

Oct 31, 202210:51
Episode 223 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history.

Episode 223 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history

Oct 28, 202210:21
Episode 222 - The legacy of Joe Delaney, Northwestern State, a true American hero.

Episode 222 - The legacy of Joe Delaney, Northwestern State, a true American hero.

Today we discuss the legacy of Joe Delaney, Northwestern State, a true American hero. 

Oct 24, 202208:01
Episode 221 - The most stunning loss for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Episode 221 - The most stunning loss for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Oct 21, 202215:04
Episode 220 - October 18, 1924, the most famous day in College Football History.

Episode 220 - October 18, 1924, the most famous day in College Football History.

Today, we discuss October 18, 1924, the most famous day in College Football History. It was the day of the original ride of the 4 Horsemen and the most famous 12 minutes in college football history.

Oct 17, 202208:47
 Episode 219 - The 1984 Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils, the highest scoring team in the modern era.

Episode 219 - The 1984 Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils, the highest scoring team in the modern era.

Today we discuss the 1984 Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils, the highest scoring team in the modern era. Led by coach Archie Cooley, quarterback Willie 'Satellite' Totten and wide receiver Jerry Rice, the Delta Devils put up offensive numbers not seen in college football since the early 1900s. 

Oct 14, 202208:16
Episode 218 - The most stunning loss for each team in the PAC-12 in their illustrious history.

Episode 218 - The most stunning loss for each team in the PAC-12 in their illustrious history.

Today, we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the PAC-12 in their illustrious history.

Oct 10, 202214:26
Episode 217 - The most stunning win for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Episode 217 - The most stunning win for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Oct 07, 202213:59
Episode 216 - The countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of October.

Episode 216 - The countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of October.

Today we countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of October in the history of college football.

Oct 03, 202213:56
Episode 215 - The most stunning loss for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Episode 215 - The most stunning loss for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team that is Independent in their illustrious history.

Sep 30, 202208:01
Episode 214 - The incomparable years of coach Bobby Dobbs from years 1965-1968.

Episode 214 - The incomparable years of coach Bobby Dobbs from years 1965-1968.

Today we discuss the incomparable years of coach Bobby Dobbs from years 1965-1968, unique achievements that will never be seen again. 

Sep 26, 202213:56
Episode 213 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Episode 213 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the Conference USA in their illustrious history.

Sep 23, 202215:23
Episode 212 - The countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of September.

Episode 212 - The countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of September.

Today we countdown of the 10 Greatest Games ever played in the month of September in the history of college football. 

Sep 19, 202212:48
Episode 211 - The most stunning win for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history.

Episode 211 - The most stunning win for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the Big 12 in their illustrious history.

Sep 16, 202210:29
Episode 210 - The 1959 Ole Miss Rebels, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Episode 210 - The 1959 Ole Miss Rebels, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Today we discuss the 1959 Ole Miss Rebels, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Sep 12, 202211:26
 Episode 209 - The most stunning win for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Episode 209 - The most stunning win for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the AAC in their illustrious history.

Sep 09, 202215:25
Episode 208 - Guest Gordie Lockbaum, Div I-AA Holy Cross Crusaders, Heisman finalist

Episode 208 - Guest Gordie Lockbaum, Div I-AA Holy Cross Crusaders, Heisman finalist

Guest Gordie Lockbaum, from Div I-AA Holy Cross Crusaders, discusses his career at Holy Cross and his run for the Heisman Trophy. In 1986, Lockbaum finished 5th in Heisman balloting, in 1987, he finished 3rd.  

Sep 05, 202222:50
 Episode 207 - The most stunning win for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Episode 207 - The most stunning win for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Today, we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the Mid-American Conference in their illustrious history.

Sep 02, 202214:03
Episode 206 - Top 20 Reasons to Love the college football history of Texas Longhorns

Episode 206 - Top 20 Reasons to Love the college football history of Texas Longhorns

Today, we discuss the Top 20 Reasons to Love the college football history of Texas Longhorns.

Aug 29, 202217:13
Episode 205 - The most stunning win for each team in the Sun Belt Conference in their illustrious history.

Episode 205 - The most stunning win for each team in the Sun Belt Conference in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in theSun Belt Conference in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 10 teams currently residing in the Sun Belt, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning win in the team’s storied history.

Aug 26, 202211:17
Episode 204 - The feast or famine seasons of the Virginia Cavaliers from 1890-1930.

Episode 204 - The feast or famine seasons of the Virginia Cavaliers from 1890-1930.

Today we discuss the oddly unusual feast or famine seasons that spanned 40 years from 1890-1930 of the Virginia Cavaliers.

Aug 22, 202209:23
Episode 203 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Episode 203 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the Mountain West in their illustrious history.

Aug 19, 202213:06
Episode 202 - Guest Bertrand Berry, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 12-year NFL veteran

Episode 202 - Guest Bertrand Berry, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 12-year NFL veteran

Guest Bertrand Berry, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 12-year NFL veteran discusses his career at Notre Dame and in the NFL, plus some college football history.

Aug 15, 202229:53
Episode 201 - Phil Steele, creator and author of College Football Preview

Episode 201 - Phil Steele, creator and author of College Football Preview

Phil Steele, author of the best-selling college football preseason magazine, College Football Preview discusses his upcoming Fall Preview. 

Aug 12, 202212:26
Episode 200 - Guest: B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network

Episode 200 - Guest: B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network

B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network, discusses the upcoming season on HBCU GameDay.

Aug 08, 202208:45
Episode 199 - The most stunning loss for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Episode 199 - The most stunning loss for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the  most stunning loss for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Aug 05, 202218:16
Episode 198 - The most stunning win for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Episode 198 - The most stunning win for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the ACC in their illustrious history.

Aug 01, 202216:08
Episode 197 - The 1932 Brown Bears, who defeated 6 consecutive undefeated teams

Episode 197 - The 1932 Brown Bears, who defeated 6 consecutive undefeated teams

Today we discuss the 1932 Brown Bears, who defeated 6 consecutive undefeated teams; one of the greatest college football teams of all-time.

Jul 29, 202209:44
Episode 196 - The Stanford Cardinal cast of the legendary coaches

Episode 196 - The Stanford Cardinal cast of the legendary coaches

Today we discuss the Stanford Cardinal cast of legendary coaches. Perhaps no other program boasts names that serve as the cornerstone of coaching excellence. Names like Walter Camp, Fielding Yost, Pop Warner, Clark Shaughnessy and Bill Walsh left their imprint on the Mount Rushmore of coaching legends. 

Jul 25, 202217:48
Episode 195 - Guest Pastor Clint Poppe, host of the radio station KNNA-LP 95.7 The Cross.

Episode 195 - Guest Pastor Clint Poppe, host of the radio station KNNA-LP 95.7 The Cross.

Guest Pastor Clint Poppe, host of the radio station KNNA-LP 95.7 The Cross, discusses the college football history of the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

Jul 22, 202201:14:08
 Episode 194 - The most stunning win for each team in the PAC-12 in their history.

Episode 194 - The most stunning win for each team in the PAC-12 in their history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the PAC-12 in their illustrious history.

Jul 18, 202217:41
Episode 193 - The five greatest punters in the history of college football.

Episode 193 - The five greatest punters in the history of college football.

Today. we count down the five greatest punters in the history of college football.

Jul 15, 202208:03
Episode 192 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Sun Belt Conference in their illustrious history.

Episode 192 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Sun Belt Conference in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in theSun Belt Conference in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 10 teams currently residing in the Sun Belt, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning loss in the team’s storied history.

Jul 11, 202210:58
Episode 191 - Guest Seth Fisher, Editor of MGoBlog, the nation’s largest independent sports blog

Episode 191 - Guest Seth Fisher, Editor of MGoBlog, the nation’s largest independent sports blog

Seth Fisher, Editor of MGoBlog, the nation’s largest independent sports blog and publisher of 'Hail to the Victors' magazine discusses the legacy of coach Fritz Crisler, his impact on the Michigan football program and college football.  

Jul 08, 202201:07:13
Episode 190 - The 1934-1941 dynasty of the Minnesota Golden Gophers

Episode 190 - The 1934-1941 dynasty of the Minnesota Golden Gophers

Today we discuss the 1934-1941 dynasty of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, who won 5 national championships in 8 years.

Jul 04, 202218:54
Episode 189 - Guest Jay Paterno, Assistant Coach Penn State Nittany Lions

Episode 189 - Guest Jay Paterno, Assistant Coach Penn State Nittany Lions

Guest Jay Paterno, coach, writer, author and son of Coach Joe Paterno, discusses Penn State football, including the evolution of the White Out.

Jul 01, 202225:02
Episode 188 - The most stunning loss for each team in the SEC in their illustrious history.

Episode 188 - The most stunning loss for each team in the SEC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the SEC in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 14 teams currently residing in the SEC, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning loss in the team’s storied history.

Jun 27, 202218:37
Episode 187 - The most stunning win for each team in the SEC in their illustrious history.

Episode 187 - The most stunning win for each team in the SEC in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the SEC in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 14 teams currently residing in the SEC, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning win in the team’s storied history.

Jun 24, 202217:12
Episode 186 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious history.

Episode 186 - The most stunning loss for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning loss for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 14 teams currently residing in the Big Ten, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning loss in the team’s storied history.

Jun 20, 202218:50
Episode 185 - The most stunning win for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious history.

Episode 185 - The most stunning win for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious history.

Today we discuss the most stunning win for each team in the Big Ten in their illustrious college football history. Today, in alphabetical order, we will turn to each one of the 14 teams currently residing in the Big Ten, and discuss what we consider the program’s most stunning win in the team’s storied history.

Jun 17, 202219:13
Episode 184 - Guest Randy Cross, UCLA Bruins, San Francisco 49ers, 3-time Super Bowl Champion

Episode 184 - Guest Randy Cross, UCLA Bruins, San Francisco 49ers, 3-time Super Bowl Champion

Guest Randy Cross, UCLA Bruins, College Football Hall of Fame, San Francisco 49ers and 3-time Super Bowl Champion, discusses his illustrious playing career at UCLA, with the 49ers, as a sports analyst and some college football history.

Jun 13, 202233:39
Episode 183 - 33 instances of College Football Lore

Episode 183 - 33 instances of College Football Lore

Today we discuss 33 instances of College Football Lore. What a long strange trip it has been.

Jun 10, 202218:19
Episode 182 - Jamie Walker, Football Play by Play Announcer/Color Analyst/PA, ESPN+, SIAC

Episode 182 - Jamie Walker, Football Play by Play Announcer/Color Analyst/PA, ESPN+, SIAC

Guest Jamie Walker discusses his career as a play by play announcer and HBCU Football.

Jun 06, 202234:47
Episode 181 - Guest Eric Henry, FWAA, SB Nation, FIU Beat Writer & Biletnikoff Award voter

Episode 181 - Guest Eric Henry, FWAA, SB Nation, FIU Beat Writer & Biletnikoff Award voter

Guest Eric Henry discusses life as a Bileknikoff Voter, FIU football and college football history.

Jun 03, 202226:07
 Episode 180 - The Game of the Century, Arkansas-Texas, Dec. 6, 1969

Episode 180 - The Game of the Century, Arkansas-Texas, Dec. 6, 1969

Today we discuss "The Game of the Century", Arkansas-Texas, Dec. 6, 1969, the events leading up to the game, the game and the aftermath.

May 30, 202214:20
Episode 179 - Coach Gil Dobie, University of Washington, the coach who never lost

Episode 179 - Coach Gil Dobie, University of Washington, the coach who never lost

Today we discuss Coach Gil Dobie, University of Washington, a man who never lost in his 9 seasons at U of Washington, from 1908 to 1916. 

May 27, 202213:46
 Episode 178 - Florida International Panthers' football history

Episode 178 - Florida International Panthers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Florida International Panthers. This program is new in the annals of college football history. One coach who turned the program around, one hook and lateral to secure the program’s first bowl win, one kickoff return for a TD to end a long losing streak, one fourth quarter meltdown that derailed a winning streak, one infamous brawl, one balanced team, one exceptional wide receiver, three stellar quarterbacks, one Shula Bowl, one very long punt return and of course, Roary.

May 23, 202208:49
Episode 177 - USC's Anthony Davis vs Notre Dame from 1972 to 1974

Episode 177 - USC's Anthony Davis vs Notre Dame from 1972 to 1974

Today we discuss USC's Anthony Davis vs Notre Dame from 1972 to 1974. People may not recall Anthony Davis 3,772 career rushing yards or 44 touchdowns. Or his NCAA-record 42.5-yard average on kickoff returns his senior season. But they do recall his epic performances against Notre Dame in 3 games.

May 20, 202214:19
Episode 176 - Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders' football history

Episode 176 - Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. This program, which dates back to 1911, posted 8 undefeated teams. One national championship on the NAIA level, one coach with a near perfect four year stretch, three stellar coaches, one shutout to secure a national championship, one defensive meltdown that ended a very long stretch of consecutive shutouts, one coach who opted for an extra point instead of going for two to secure the perfect season, one stunning tie to diffuse a perfect season, eight undefeated teams, one national championship team, statistically speaking, one of the greatest teams in the history of college football, one ‘Player of the Decade’, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s passing records, one receiver who rewrote the school’s receiving records, one longtime rival, one exceptional rushing defense, one exceptional rushing offense, one first quarter explosion, and of course, Lightening.

May 16, 202211:13
Episode 175 - The strange and curious case of Steve Sebo, Penn Quakers head coach from 1954 to 1959

Episode 175 - The strange and curious case of Steve Sebo, Penn Quakers head coach from 1954 to 1959

Today we discuss the strange and curious case of Steve Sebo, Penn Quakers head coach from 1954 to 1959. Why was a coach fired after suddenly winning the program's first ever conference title after posting five consecutive losing seasons?

May 13, 202207:59
 Episode 174 - UAB Blazers' football history

Episode 174 - UAB Blazers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the UAB Blazers. This program is a recent program in the annals of college football and on top of that, had to endure a closure to its program and a reopening. One coach to procure the program’s first ever bowl win, one coach who procured a phenomenal start for the program, one bowl win, one full team effort from offense, defense and special teams to defeat a ranked opponent, one third quarter collapse to derail a bowl win, one offensive juggernaut, one team that won the program’s first ever bowl game, one receiver who rewrote the school’s record books, one receiver who led the nation in receiving yards, one receiver who led the nation in yards-per-catch, one rival, one closure to the program and of course, a fire breathing dragon.

May 09, 202208:08
Episode 173 - The 1939 college football season of the Tennessee Volunteers, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season

Episode 173 - The 1939 college football season of the Tennessee Volunteers, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season

Today we discuss the 1939 college football season of the Tennessee Volunteers, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season. They are the last college football team to procure this feat.

May 06, 202208:28
Episode 172 - The 1938 college football season of the Duke Blue Devils, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season

Episode 172 - The 1938 college football season of the Duke Blue Devils, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season

Today we discuss the 1938 college football season of the Duke Blue Devils, undefeated, untied, un-scored upon in the regular season. This team was 40 seconds away from being hailed as perhaps the greatest college football team of all-time.

May 02, 202209:07
Episode 171 - Kent State Golden Flashes' football history

Episode 171 - Kent State Golden Flashes' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Kent State Golden Flashes. This program, for all its ups and downs, did have moments of defensive genius. One legendary coach, one longtime winning coach, one second half kickoff return to propel the program to their first MAC Championship, one win to end a long losing streak, one loss to derail an undefeated-untied season, one case of when time ran out on a furious comeback, one team with a suffocating defense, two teams ranked in the AP Poll, one offensive juggernaut, one feared Hall of Fame linebacker, one record setting quarterback, one Wagon Wheel, one string of shutouts at the onset of the program’s history, one string of winless seasons at the onset of the program history, one sack barrage, one shutdown rushing defensive performance, and of course, Flash the Golden Eagle.

Apr 29, 202209:39
Episode 170 - The high scoring 1919 and 1920 seasons of the Kendall Orange and Black, now called the Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Episode 170 - The high scoring 1919 and 1920 seasons of the Kendall Orange and Black, now called the Tulsa Golden Hurricane

Today we discuss Tulsa’s extraordinarily high scoring 1919 and 1920 seasons. In back-to-back seasons, the Kendall Orange and Black, now called the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, put up numbers that have stood the vastitudes of time.

Apr 25, 202211:11
Episode 169 - Buffalo Bulls' football history

Episode 169 - Buffalo Bulls' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Buffalo Bulls. This program, that dates back to the 1800s, and in their long history, has tasted both perfection and bitter defeat. One perfect coach, four stellar coaches, one win to catapult the program to its only appearance in the final AP Poll, one collapse to secure a bowl loss, one offensive meltdown to derail an undefeated-untied season, one furious comeback that fell short, five stellar teams, one perfect team, one ferocious linebacker, five stellar players, one rival, one barrage of 6-6 ties, one barrage of shutouts and of course, Victor E. Bull.

Apr 22, 202213:31
Episode 168 - The 'Ten-Year War' between Michigan and Ohio State

Episode 168 - The 'Ten-Year War' between Michigan and Ohio State

Today we discuss the 'Ten-Year' War' between Michigan and Ohio State. The 10 Year War lasted from 1969 to 1978 and pitted Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes. This rivalry encapsulated what it meant to engage in a bitter rivalry, in a classic teacher-versus-student matchup, between 2 programs that simply do like each other. Every year, Michigan and Ohio State faced off and the winner would go on to earn a berth in the Rose Bowl berth.

Apr 18, 202215:38
Episode 167 - Georgia State Panthers' football history

Episode 167 - Georgia State Panthers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Georgia State Panthers. This program is new in the annals of college football history. One coach who led the program to new heights, one second half surge to lead the program to their first bowl win, one case of fourth quarter fireworks to secure the program’s a winning season in their in augural season, one thrilling fourth quarter to derail the program’s first ever bowl win, one feast or famine offense, one stellar wide receiver, one stellar linebacker, one Modern Day Hate, one wild first half of play and of course, Pounce.

Apr 15, 202206:37
Episode 166 - The 1971 college football season culminating with the 'Game of the Century'

Episode 166 - The 1971 college football season culminating with the 'Game of the Century'

Today we discuss the 1971 college football season culminating with the 'Game of the Century', No. 1 Nebraska versus No. 2 Oklahoma.

Apr 11, 202213:39
Episode 165 - Guest: B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network

Episode 165 - Guest: B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network

B.J. Jones, contributor to HBCU GameDay and and a part of the BCSN, the Black College Sports Network, discusses the evolution of HBCU football from 1980 to present.

Apr 08, 202230:27
Episode 164 - The 1915-1918 dynasty of legendary Coach John Heisman’s Georgia Tech Golden Tornado.

Episode 164 - The 1915-1918 dynasty of legendary Coach John Heisman’s Georgia Tech Golden Tornado.

Today we discuss the 1915-1918 dynasty of legendary Coach John Heisman’s Georgia Tech Golden Tornado. There was a time, when in 4 miraculous seasons, Georgia Tech went undefeated, posted a 33-game undefeated streak, with a new-fangled offense that put up numbers never seen before or since in the annals of college football history, and that with a defense that posted 23 shutouts 33 in games. 

Apr 04, 202213:34
Episode 163 - UNLV Rebels' football history

Episode 163 - UNLV Rebels' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the UNLV Rebels. This program is relatively new in the annals of college football history, yet has already that had moments rarely, if ever, been seen before in college football. One coach who devised one of the most remarkable turnarounds in college football history, one stellar coach, one stunning last second win never witnessed before in the history of college football, one stunning upset of the Number 8 team in the nation, one second quarter to collapse to derail an undefeated season, one loss to derail the perfect inaugural season, one stunningly good inaugural team, one team with a devastating rushing attack, one eleven win season no more, one dual threat, one exceptional running back, one Fremont Cannon, one rushing barrage, one rushing collapse, one first quarter barrage and of course, a mascot no more.

Apr 01, 202208:28
Episode 162 - The 1920 to 1924 dynasty of the California Golden Bears

Episode 162 - The 1920 to 1924 dynasty of the California Golden Bears

Today we discuss the 1920 to 1924 dynasty of the California Golden Bears. Without question, one of the greatest dynasties in the history of college football occurred in the first half of the 1920s. For 5 seasons, from 1920 to 1924, the Golden Bears won 4 consecutive national championships and posted 5 consecutive unbeaten seasons.

Mar 28, 202210:40
Episode 161 - Florida Atlantic Owls' football history

Episode 161 - Florida Atlantic Owls' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Florida Atlantic Owls. This program is new in the annals of college football history. One coach who turned the program around, one legendary coach who hired to start the program, one decisive win to propel the 3rdyear program into the semifinals of the Div I-AA playoffs, one second quarter outburst to propel the program’s first ever win over a Power 5 school, one decisive win to capture the Conference USA title, two non-pass interference calls to derail the Upset of the Year, one decisive loss in the semifinals of the Div I-AA playoffs, one fourth quarter meltdown to derail an upset bid, one playoff team of a 3 year-old program, one team that won eleven of twelve after starting the season 0-2, one offensive juggernaut, one running back who rewrote the school’s rushing records, one stellar running back, one in-state rival, one interception machine, one great punt return artist and of course, Owlsley.

Mar 25, 202210:49
Episode 160 - The 1901 to 1905 dynasty of the Michigan Wolverines

Episode 160 - The 1901 to 1905 dynasty of the Michigan Wolverines

Today we discuss the 1901 to 1905 dynasty of the Michigan Wolverines. Without question, one of the greatest dynasties in the history of college football occurred at the turn of the century. For 5 seasons, from 1901 to 1905, the domination Michigan Wolverines unleashed on an unsuspecting nation remains today unparalleled the annals of CFB.

Mar 21, 202211:25
Episode 159 - South Florida Bulls' football history

Episode 159 - South Florida Bulls' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the South Florida Bulls. This program is new in the annals of college football history and, oh boy, did they make a quick impression. One coach who took the program to immediate success, one stunning upset over the number five team in the nation, one determined win to honor a former athletic director, one wildly crazy loss, two stellar teams, one offensive juggernaut, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s passing records, one Big East Defensive Player of the Year, one wide receiver who rewrote the school’s receiving records, one War on I-4, one of the most impressive debuts for a football program in the history of college football, one very long field goal, and of course, Rocky the Bull.

Mar 18, 202209:38
Episode 158 - The decade long dominance of Penn football in the 1890s

Episode 158 - The decade long dominance of Penn football in the 1890s

Today we discuss the decade long dominance of Penn football in the 1890s. Somewhere in the echos of history, the dominance of the Penn Quakers in the 1890s may have been forgotten, or at the very least, minimized.

Mar 14, 202207:07
Episode 157 - Ball State Cardinals' football history

Episode 157 - Ball State Cardinals' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Ball State Cardinals. This program has history of delivering the unexpected. One coach without a losing season, one coach that turned around the program, one longtime winning coach, one defense that shut down a high flying offense, one second half collapse to derail a perfect season, one punt return to secure a tie that derailed a perfect season, three stellar teams, one dominating undefeated-untied team, one MVP punter, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s passing records books, one running back who rewrote the school’s rushing records books, one longtime rival no more, one season with a stunning turnaround, and of course, Charlie Cardinal.

Mar 11, 202208:59
Episode 156 - East Carolina Pirates' football history

Episode 156 - East Carolina Pirates' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the East Carolina Pirates. This program has a history of great stretches and near perfect seasons. One Hall of Fame coach, one coach with a great three season stretch, one coach with a great two season stretch, one comeback for the ages, one comeback over a ranked team, one opening day loss to derail a perfect season, one loss in Week 2 to derail a perfect season, one undefeated-untied team, three stellar teams, one offensive juggernaut, one Cinderella team, one winning quarterback, one longtime rival, one rough beginning for a program, and, of course, Pee Dee the Pirate.

Mar 07, 202209:14
Episode 155 - Guest: Author Maya Washington, daughter of Michigan State Spartans & Minnesota Vikings WR Gene Washington.

Episode 155 - Guest: Author Maya Washington, daughter of Michigan State Spartans & Minnesota Vikings WR Gene Washington.

Guest Maya Washington, daughter of Michigan State Spartans & Minnesota Vikings WR Gene Washington, discusses her book THROUGH THE BANKS OF THE RED CEDAR: My Father and the Team That Changed the Game. The book is a warm & deeply moving memoir about a daughter’s love for her father & her appreciation for how he & others changed the game of football forever, based on the award-winning documentary of the same name that debuted on the Big Ten Network and is now airing nation-wide on PBS.

Mar 04, 202247:37
Episode 154 - Charlotte 49ers' football history

Episode 154 - Charlotte 49ers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Charlotte 49ers. This is a new program in the annals of college football history, but not as new as you would think. One coach who led the program to both a winning season and a bowl game, one comeback for the ages, one win to secure the program’s first ever bowl berth, one tough first half to derail the program’s first bowl win, one surprising winning season, one stellar edge rusher, one stellar running back, one stellar defensive lineman, one rival, one unusual four season stretch to start a program, one very long tackle for a loss, one very long touchdown pass, and of course, Norm the Niner.

Feb 28, 202208:00
Episode 153 - Akron Zips' football history

Episode 153 - Akron Zips' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Akron Zips. This program dates back to the 1890’s and has come oh-so-close so many times. One coach who transitioned the program into Div II and then to Div I-AA, one legendary coach, one long time winning coach, one coach that guided the program to their first ever bowl game, one win in overtime to catapulted the program into the Div II National Championship game, one upset to derail a rival’s perfect season, one loss in the Div II National Championship Game, one loss to end a rival’s long losing streak, seven stellar teams, one Div II National Runner Up, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s record books, five stellar players, one Wagon Wheel, six interceptions, one shutdown defense, one fumble barrage, one very long punt, one shutdown rushing defense, and of course, Zippy the Kangaroo.

Feb 25, 202212:24
Episode 152 - South Alabama Jaguars' football history

Episode 152 - South Alabama Jaguars' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the South Alabama Jaguars. This program is recent in the annals of college football, and oh boy, did they make an immediate impression. One coach who brought immediate success to the program in their inaugural season, one second half comeback to tell the world they were a force as an FBS team, one second half comeback to propel an overtime win, one loss to derail the program’s perfect record, one case of mayhem in the fourth quarter to derail the program’s first bowl win, one undefeated ten win season, one power house in the program’s inaugural season, one standout defensive back, one Battle for the Belt, one incredible three season stretch at the onset of the program’s football history, and of course, SouthPaw.

Feb 21, 202210:16
Episode 151 - Old Dominions Monarchs' football history

Episode 151 - Old Dominions Monarchs' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Old Dominion Monarchs. This program ceased its football operations from 1941 to 2009, and when it reemerged, it did so with a roar. One offensive minded coach, one of the greatest upsets in college football history, one fourth quarter collapse, one curious loss, one sudden turn of events to derail an offensive powerhouse, three stellar teams, one offensive juggernaut, one record setting quarterback, one new rival, one strange tale of a program and of course, one lion king.

Feb 18, 202210:05
Episode 150 - North Texas Mean Green's football history

Episode 150 - North Texas Mean Green's football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the North Texas Mean Green. This program has history of near misses and near undefeated seasons. One longtime coach, four stellar coaches, one last second win to spoil a coaching legend’s finale, one stunning lost that knocked the program out of the AP Poll, one collapse to derail a perfect season, one loss played in a snowstorm to knock the program out of the playoffs, eight stellar teams, one team with a both a stout offense and stout defense, one Hall of Fame defensive end for whom the school’s nickname is derived, five stellar player, one longtime in-state rival, two running backs with touchdown barrages, one shutdown rushing defense, one very long field goal, one very long punt, one scoring barrage and of course, Scrappy.

Feb 14, 202212:10
Episode 149 - Arkansas State Red Wolves' football history

Episode 149 - Arkansas State Red Wolves' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Arkansas State Red Wolves. This longtime program has won a national championship and had four undefeated teams. One national championship at the Div II level, one coach who led the program to that promised land, one coach who turned around the program, one game that landed the program a national championship, one Hail Mary, one 2nd half collapse to stun a vaunted defense, one loss in a national championship game, one fourth quarter collapse to stun a vaunted defense, one dominating team, three undefeated teams, one team that lost in the Div II National Championship Game, one undefeated-untied national championship team, one linebacker who was a tackling machine, one long-ago running back who set records that still stand today, one longtime rival, one shutout stretch that spanned three seasons, two players who rushed for seven touchdowns in a game, and of course, Howl.

Feb 11, 202211:13
Episode 148 - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs' football history

Episode 148 - Louisiana Tech Bulldogs' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. This program has national championships, Hall of Fame players and records galore. Three national championships on the Division II level, one coach who took the program to that promised land, one Hall of Fame coach with the football stadium named after him, one backup quarterback who came in the waning moments to propel a stunning upset, one win in dominating fashion to secure a national championship, one last second field goal to derail an upset, one 2nd-quarter meltdown, one undefeated-untied national championship team, one player to become the - first 2-time Ray Guy Award winner, one Hall of Fame quarterback, one Hall of Fame defensive end, one Hall of Fame tackle, one record setting receiver, two quarterbacks who rewrote the school’s passing records, two rivals, one then and one now, one rough start for the program, one strange season and of course, perhaps the most compelling mascot in the history of college football.

Feb 07, 202212:52
Episode 147 - Greatest Games in USC Trojans football history

Episode 147 - Greatest Games in USC Trojans football history

Today we discuss the greatest games in college football history of the USC Trojans. This program is simply, in one word, exemplary. Eleven national championships, seven Heisman Trophy winners, three legendary Hall of Fame national championship coaches, perhaps the most stunning upset in college football history, two touchdowns in less than one minute to propel an upset, one epic run to win a battle of the heavyweights, one explosion in 16 minutes 44 seconds to propel an epic comeback, one loss to an unstoppable quarterback in a national championship, one 2nd half collapse to derail the perfect season, one defensive meltdown to a rival, one loss to a Giant Killer, one powerful attack shutdown and one tie on a wet field, one team for the ages.

Feb 04, 202210:50
Episode 146 - Ohio Bobcats' football history

Episode 146 - Ohio Bobcats' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Ohio Bobcats. In the twentieth century, this program had its share of moments of greatness. One longtime coach who established a winning tradition, one coach who turned the program in a bowl game mainstay, one dominating win to preserve a dominating season, one high scoring win, one bowl loss to derail hopes of an undefeated-untied season, one high scoring loss, four stellar teams, one undefeated-untied team that was never challenged, one receiver who rewrote the school’s record books, four stellar players, one Battle of the Bricks, one team that endured a sack barrage, one rushing barrage and course, Rufus and a live bobcat.

Jan 31, 202210:50
Episode 145 - Liberty Flames' football history

Episode 145 - Liberty Flames' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Liberty Flames. This program is recent in the annals of college football, but has enjoyed great success in its short tenure. One coach who took the program to new heights in the FBS, one coach who was the winningest coach in program history, one coach who turned around the program, one coach who transitioned the program into the FBS with immediate success, one blocked field goal to propel the program into the final AP Poll, one offensive explosion amidst a season of offensive futility, one blocked field goal that derailed the program’s undefeated season, five stellar teams, one offensive juggernaut, one stellar running back, one stellar receiver, one rivalry with many memorable games, one turnover machine, one rushing explosion, and of course, Sparky.

Jan 28, 202211:33
 Episode 144 - UCF Knights' football history

Episode 144 - UCF Knights' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the UCF Knights. This is a recent program in the annals of college football history, but in its short history, the program has experienced a broad spectrum of the landscape of college football. One national championship, one coach who engineered one of the most remarkable two-year turnarounds in the history of college football, one wildly crazy high scoring affair, one bowl win to secure a national championship, one bowl loss to end a quest of two consecutive undefeated-untied seasons, two stellar teams, one high scoring national championship team, one record setting quarterback, one injury to end a stellar quarterback’s college career, one War on I-4, one home debut for a program that set a NCAA Div III record, four NCAA divisions, one high scoring three year stretch, and of course, Knightro.

Jan 24, 202211:45
 Episode 143 - Georgia Southern Eagles' football history

Episode 143 - Georgia Southern Eagles' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Georgia Southern Eagles. This program has national championship pedigree. Six national championships on the Div I FCS level, two coaches who took them that promised land, one late field goal who secure a national championship, one furious 4th quarter comeback, one stunning loss in the national championship game, one stellar team from the 1920s, six national championship teams, one offensive juggernaut, one stellar running back, one Deeper than Hate rivalry, one long hiatus for the football program, one long field goal, one rushing outburst, one rushing defense for the ages, and of course, GUS.

Jan 21, 202208:02
Episode 142 - Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks' football history

Episode 142 - Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. This program has won National Championships at both the Junior College and Div I-AA level. Two National Championships, one coach with the programs only two undefeated seasons as well as one of its two National Championships, one coach with the other National Championship for the program, one fourth quarter comeback to secure a National Championship, one bowl loss in its only bowl game, one tie to derail a perfect season, one team that was an offensive juggernaut, two National Championship teams, four stellar players, one in-state rival, one very long punt, one day of fumbles and of course, Ace the Warhawk.

Jan 17, 202208:10
Episode 141 - Troy Trojans' football history

Episode 141 - Troy Trojans' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Troy Trojans. This program dates back to the early 1900’s and has won national championships at two different levels. Three national championships, three national championship coaches, one coach with a perfect season, one coach who led the program into the AP Poll, one record setting last second field goal to secure a national championship, one stunning offensive collapse of juggernaut to derail a perfect season, one failed onside kick to derail an upset over the eventual national champions, one undefeated season, three national championship teams in two different levels, one team ranked in the AP Poll, one stellar wishbone quarterback, one defensive end who was a force to be reckoned with, two rivals – one then and one now, one string of scoreless ties to launch the football program, one player with back-to-back kickoff returns for a touchdown and of course, T-Roy.

Jan 14, 202211:28
Episode 140 - Toledo Rockets' football history

Episode 140 - Toledo Rockets' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Toledo Rockets. This program has history of extreme performances. One coach who turned around the program, one last minute leaping TD catch to secure a stunning upset, one huge comeback in the MAC Championship Game, one sequence of back to back kickoff returns to secure a stunning loss, three consecutive undefeated untied teams, one 35-game winning streak, one perfect quarterback, one force on the defensive line, one record setting quarterback, one I-75 Trophy, one rough debut into college football, one defensive performance for the ages and of course, one Rocket.

Jan 10, 202208:49
 Episode 139 - Massachusetts Minutemen's football history

Episode 139 - Massachusetts Minutemen's football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Massachusetts Minutemen. This program is one of the oldest programs in the history of college football and consequently, has history imprinted all over it. One national championship at the Div I-AA level, one coach who took the program to that promised land, five stellar coaches, one stunning win in the national championship game, one stunning loss in the national championship game, one stunning tie to derail the program’s first undefeated-untied season in 74 years, five stellar teams, one national championship team, running back who rewrote the program’s rushing records, one running back who was a TD machine, two exceptional quarterbacks, one FBS record setting receiver, one long-time rival, one of the four oldest FBS programs in the history of college football, one defense that allowed no first downs, one futile day of rushing, one defense who devastated an opponent’s rushing attack and of course, Sam the Minuteman.

Jan 07, 202213:56
 Episode 138 - Memphis Tigers' football history

Episode 138 - Memphis Tigers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Memphis Tigers. This program has set numerous college football records. One coach who surged the program into the national limelight, one coach who surged the Tigers to their highest ranking ever in the final AP Poll, one Play of the Year to end a long drought against a rival, one sudden offensive explosion amidst a season of scoring futility, one stunning loss to derail an otherwise dominating perfect season, one loss to derail a perfect regular season, one 4th and long gone astray, four stellar teams, one undefeated-untied team, one NCAA record setting running back, five stellar players, one Mid-South rivalry, one stunning offensive outburst sandwiched between shutouts, one tale of two seasons, one record setting blocked punt barrage, and of course, four tigers. 

Jan 03, 202214:45
Episode 137 - Ten of the most impactful Rose Bowls in college football history.

Episode 137 - Ten of the most impactful Rose Bowls in college football history.

Today, we discuss ten of the most impactful Rose Bowls in college football history. The first Rose Bowl. One historic win for the west. Oh, what a back drop. Wrong Way Riegels. The greatest upset of all-time. The shutout streak ends.  The first bowl game when No. 1 faced No. 2. Jim Plunkett stuns the nation. Dick Vermeil stuns a nation. One of the greatest games ever played.

Dec 31, 202110:42
Episode 136 - Greatest Games in Cincinnati Bearcats football history

Episode 136 - Greatest Games in Cincinnati Bearcats football history

Today we discuss the greatest games in college football history of the Cincinnati Bearcats. This program, dating back to 1885, has had many great games. a long and storied history. One quick scoring explosion to secure a stunning upset, one tough Sugar Bowl outing to derail a perfect season, one offensive explosion in the second quarter that led to a loss, the games of the 1901 season and the games of the 1885 season.

Dec 27, 202104:14
Episode 135 - Greatest Games in Alabama Crimson TIde football history

Episode 135 - Greatest Games in Alabama Crimson TIde football history

Today we discuss the greatest games in college football history of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Let’s put it this way, this program dating back to 1892 is simply among the most accomplished programs in college football history, 18 national championships, three Heisman Trophy winners, three of the greatest coaches in college football history and has had many great games. One of the greatest upsets in college football history, one game that catapulted a team into the national prominence, one stunner in the Sugar Bowl, one controversial flea flicker, one ‘Run in the Mud’, one stunning comeback to win the national championship, one ‘Kick Six’, one opposing coach who knew how to stop the wishbone, one rookie coach who defeated a legend, one loss to end 23 years of dominance, two first quarter collapses, one collapse with two seconds left, one collapse with one second left, one tie in a battle of coaching legends.

Dec 24, 202115:04
Episode 134 - Greatest Games in Georgia Bulldog football history

Episode 134 - Greatest Games in Georgia Bulldog football history

Today we discuss the greatest games in college football history of the Georgia Bulldogs. This program whose first season was in 1892 had many great games in their storied history. One stunning 93-yd last second TD pass, one stunning upset over a reigning power from the east, one Rose Bowl win to secure a national championship, one controversial upset, one stunning scheme to derail a perfect season, one fumble barrage to derail a perfect season, one stunning 41-yd TD pass to derail a national championship and the games of the 1910 season.

Dec 20, 202106:49
Episode 133 - Greatest Games in Michigan Wolverine football history

Episode 133 - Greatest Games in Michigan Wolverine football history

Today we discuss the greatest games in college football history of the Michigan Wolverines. This program whose first season was in 1879 many great games in their storied history. One-side Rose Bowl win brought a halt to the Grand Daddy of them all, one record setting Rose Bowl win, one Snow Bowl win, one stunning debut to the 10-year War, one stunning loss to a Division I-AA school, one defensive collapse in the Rose Bowl, one victim of an upset that send shock waves around the college football landscape, one victim of a last second field goal, one wild last six minutes to secure a stunning loss, one Miracle in the Big House, one loss to a bitter rival that pitted No.1 vs No. 2, one tie that stands alone in the annals of college football history, one scoreless tie among brother’s in laws, and one stunning heartbreaking tie to derail a Rose Bowl berth.

Dec 17, 202112:00
Episode 132 - Connecticut Huskies football history

Episode 132 - Connecticut Huskies football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Connecticut Huskies. This program, that dates back to the 1800’s, featured many exceptional teams in the first half of the twentieth century. One coached who was undefeated at the program, four stellar coaches, one long field goal to secure the program’s only berth into a BCS bowl, one nearly un-scored upon defense with a lone offensive meltdown, one loss in the program’s lone BCS game, ten stellar teams, one undefeated team with a vaunted defense, one stellar running back, one stellar quarterback, one longtime rival, six seasons filled with shutouts, one heartbreaking tragedy and of course, Jonathan the Husky.

Dec 13, 202110:29
Episode 131 - Utah State Aggies' football history

Episode 131 - Utah State Aggies' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Utah State Aggies. This program had it's heyday, two defenses for the ages and a performance for the ages. One coach who turned around the program, one stunning win to interrupt 21 years of frustration, one stunning upset over an offensive juggernaut, one victim of a furious second half comeback, one shutdown defense, one perfect season, one tie away from running the table, one all-time great defensive lineman, arguably the greatest game day performance in college football history, two in-state rivals, one 2-year surge that ended in a sudden collapse, one sudden turn of events after a 136 point effort, and of course, one bull.

Dec 10, 202109:31
Episode 130 - Bowling Green Falcons' football history

Episode 130 - Bowling Green Falcons' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Bowling Green Falcons. This program in the 1920s, right up to 1930, and then again, in the late 1950s were a Small College Division powerhouse. One national championship in the Small College Division, one coach who led the program to the mountain top, one legendary coach, one upset to end the nation’s longest winning streak, one pick-six to secure a national championship, one heads up play by a punter to secure a stunning upset, one late touchdown pass to secure an upset, one fourth quarter collapse to secure a loss, one tie to derail a perfect season, three undefeated teams with unfortunate ties, one perfect regular season, one undefeated untied National Championship, two stellar players on defense, two exceptional quarterbacks, one longtime rival, one scoring outburst only to be followed by a shutout, one unusual four-tie season, one season of nothing but shutouts and of course, two falcons.

Dec 06, 202110:36
Episode 129 - Nevada Wolf Pack's football history

Episode 129 - Nevada Wolf Pack's football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Nevada Wolf Pack. This longtime program is littered, pardon the pun, with extreme numbers, great performances, perplexing moments and oddities. One innovative long time coach, one coach who turned around the program, one bowl win to secure the program’s first ever ranking in the final AP Poll, one win in a snowy playoff game, one perplexing offensive meltdown for the ages, one offensive meltdown to derail an undefeated season, one playoff loss for an dominating team, one loss on the Islands to derail an undefeated season, two teams that were offensive juggernauts, one dominating team, one team ranked in the final AP Poll, one record setting running back, two stellar quarterbacks, one devastating Hall of Fame running back, one in-state rival, one rough beginning for the program, one season of offensive futility, one season of nothing but shutouts and of course, Alphie and Wolfie, Jr.

Dec 03, 202114:18
Episode 128 - Alabama Crimson Tide's Greatest Coaches

Episode 128 - Alabama Crimson Tide's Greatest Coaches

Today we discuss the greatest coach in the Alabama Crimson Tide's history. For a program that dates back to 1892, amongst the chant ‘Roll Tide’, 18 National Championships, 3 Heisman Winner and of course, one elephant, there is a question that lingers. Who is Alabama’s greatest coach? About as difficult a question as one can ask is to select the best coach of a program that is home to 3 legendary coaches, each deserving of the moniker greatest coach at Alabama as well as the greatest coach in the history of college football. It comes down to an argument between three coaches Wallace Wade, Paul Bear Bryant and Nick Saban.

Nov 29, 202113:48
 Episode 127 - Western Kentucky Hilltoppers' football history

Episode 127 - Western Kentucky Hilltoppers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. This program seen its share of national championship games, wins and historic near misses. One national championship on the Div I-AA level, one pair of co-coaches who were undefeated, one coach who turned the program around, two coaches without a losing season, one coach with a remarkable three year stretch, one team that revenged an earlier season loss to secure the national championship, one second quarter touchdown that derailed an undefeated-untied-unscored upon season, one defensive let upset to derail an undefeated season, one missed field goal to secure a historic National Championship Game loss, one pass interference call to derail a perfect season, one second half collapse, five stellar teams, one national championship team, one receiver who rewrote the school’s receiving record book, one quarterback who was the FCS Offensive Player of the Year, one longtime rival, one day of rushing futility, and of course, Big Red.

Nov 26, 202113:41
Episode 126 - Guest: John Square, DE 2001 Miami Hurricanes and Sr. Associate Athletics Director, Internal Operations, The George Washington University.

Episode 126 - Guest: John Square, DE 2001 Miami Hurricanes and Sr. Associate Athletics Director, Internal Operations, The George Washington University.

Guest: John Square, DE 2001 Miami Hurricanes and Sr. Associate Athletics Director, Internal Operations, The George Washington University discusses the 2001 Miami Hurricanes, one of the greatest college football teams of all-time, the current Miami Hurricanes season and more.

Nov 22, 202121:44
Episode 125 - New Mexico Lobos' football history

Episode 125 - New Mexico Lobos' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the New Mexico Lobos. This program has the unusual imprinted all over it. One un-scored upon coach, one coach with a great two-year stretch, one Hall of Fame coach, one blitz scheme to secure a stunning win, one frantic pace to secure a win, one third quarter collapse to derail a perfect season, five stellar teams, one undefeated un-scored upon team, one Hall of Fame linebacker, one great defensive back, one longtime rival that predates statehood, one tale of two seasons, one roller coaster of a four game stretch, one game where fielding eleven players proved near impossible, one victim of perhaps the greatest six consecutive passes in college football history, and of course, one live wolf.

Nov 19, 202110:11
Episode 124 - Texas Tech Red Raiders' football history

Episode 124 - Texas Tech Red Raiders' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Texas Tech Red Raiders. This program has a flare for the astonishing. One innovative coach with an air raid offense, one gutsy Harrell to Crabtree miracle to stun a No. 1 ranked rival, one stunning upset that is the stuff of legends, one stunning loss to diffuse national championship hopes, one stunning loss to a Miracle Man, one controversial tie, one tie in one of the most bizarre games in college football history, one great start to a season, one lineage of quarterbacks, two in-state rivals, one reversal of fortunes and of course, one Masked Rider.

Nov 15, 202108:19
Episode 123 - Kentucky Wildcats' football history

Episode 123 - Kentucky Wildcats' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Kentucky Wildcats. This program has endured many unusual occurrences. One legendary coach, one perfect season, one brilliant defensive scheme that stopped a juggernaut, two of the most incredible losses in college football history, two games that pitted legendary coaches against one another, one loaded team, one great Outland Trophy winner, one longtime rival, one unprecedented turnaround, one rushing defense for the ages, a Wildcat and of course, a live Bobcat.

Nov 12, 202109:46
Episode 122 - Wyoming Cowboys' football history

Episode 122 - Wyoming Cowboys' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Wyoming Cowboys. This program dates way back, and has seen its share of the unusual to secure both wins and losses. One coach who turned the program around, one Hall of Fame coach, one safety to secure a stunning upset, one multi-prong rushing attack to secure a win, one victim of a trick play to end all trick plays, one game that needed ten more seconds, one tie against an otherwise winless team, three stellar teams, one undefeated untied team led by its defense, one record setting receiver, one Hall of Fame tailback, three great running backs, one great quarterback, one Border War, one offensive explosion to top the century mark and of course, one pony.

Nov 08, 202111:46
Episode 121 - UTSA Roadrunners' football history

Episode 121 - UTSA Roadrunners' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the UTSA Roadrunners. This program’s first season was in 2011 and by its second season, the school had set attendance records and posted a winning season. One coach who brought immediate national recognition, one record setting stunning win in their inaugural game, one failed onside kick to derail its first ever bowl win, one exceptional second season for the program, one running back who rewrote the school’s rushing records book, one quarterback who rewrote the school’s passing record book, one All-American tight end, two rivals, no kickoff returns for a touchdown and one roadrunner.

Nov 05, 202105:25
Episode 120 - Miami (OH) RedHawks' football history

Episode 120 - Miami (OH) RedHawks' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Miami (OH) RedHawks. This program has the moniker the Cradle of Coaches, and for good reason. Eight coaches who went on to other programs to win 26 National Championships, one coach who built a 3-year juggernaut, one upset over a Rose Bowl bound team, one 56-yard TD pass that derailed what would have been a historic winning streak, one vaunted defense, one exceptional quarterback, the oldest non-conference rivalry in the nation, one elite standing among mid-majors, one strange season, one change of team nickname and of course, one RedHawk.

Nov 01, 202111:13
Episode 119 - Texas State Bobcats' football history

Episode 119 - Texas State Bobcats' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Texas State Bobcats. This program dates back to 1904 and transitioned from a Div II powerhouse into a FBS program in 2012. Two National Championships at the Div II level, one coach who took them to those National Championships, one coach who established a winning tradition, one high scoring win, one loss to derail an undefeated-untied season, two stellar teams, two National Championships teams, one running back who rewrote the school’s record book, three stellar players, one longtime rival no more, one transition from Div II to Div I FBS, one season of offensive futility, one seasons racked with ties, one long interception return, and of course, Boko the Bobcat.

Oct 29, 202108:26
Episode 118 - Coastal Carolina Chanticleers' football history

Episode 118 - Coastal Carolina Chanticleers' football history

Today we discuss the college football history of the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. This program is new in the annals of the history of college football, but has earned great success. One FCS National Coach of the Year, one coach who took the helm in their inaugural season and immediately turned the program into a winner, one upset over the Number 8 team in the nation, one missed FG to derail the perfect season, one wild loss in the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs, one high scoring offense in the teams second year of existence, one exceptional team that that lost to the three-time defending champions in the quarter finals, one team who made the program’s only appearance in the final AP Poll, one three-time Big South Defensive Player of the Year, one standout cornerback, one NCAA record setting running back, one rival with a history of memorable games, one coach who was the AP and Walter Camp FBS National of the Year, and of course, one fierce rooster.

Oct 25, 202110:18
Episode 117 - San Jose Spartans' football history

Episode 117 - San Jose Spartans' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the San Jose State Spartans. This program had its heyday in the 1930s. One coach who engineered one of the greatest turn arounds in college football history, one Game of the Year, two defensive led upsets over two No. 10 teams, one controversial loss, one ill-timed fumble, one undefeated team, one No. 19 ranking, one undefeated untied team, one stellar middle linebacker, one stellar quarterback, one in-state rival, one 0.500 season despite offensive futility and, of course, Sammy the Spartan.

Oct 22, 202107:52
Episode 116 - New Mexico State Aggies' football history

Episode 116 - New Mexico State Aggies' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the New Mexico State Aggies. This program has endured a long bowl drought and a first half barrage for the ages, yet in the early 1900s, fielded many remarkable teams. One coach who took the Aggies to consecutive Sun Bowl wins, one coach with five undefeated teams, one come from behind victory to secure a perfect season, one great defensive effort to secure a stunning upset, one OT to end to a prolonged bowl drought, one ill-timed fumble on the goal line to secure a stunning loss, one hook and lateral, one undefeated-untied-unscored upon team, three more undefeated-untied teams, one 2-time Sun Bowl MVP, one receiver with a propensity for long receptions, one Battle of I-10, one victim of a first half passing barrage for the ages, and of course, Pistol Pete.

Oct 18, 202109:04
Episode 115 - Appalachian State Mountaineers' football history

Episode 115 - Appalachian State Mountaineers' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Appalachian State Mountaineers. Throughout their history, this program has proven to be a winner at all levels. Three consecutive National Championships, one coach who took them to that Promised Land, one of the greatest upsets – if not the greatest – in the history of college football, one comeback to propel the program into the final AP Poll, one upset to derail an undefeated-untied season, two upsets to derail national championships, three national championship teams, six stellar teams, one offensive juggernaut, one player who won the Walter Payton Award twice, one stellar linebacker, one player who is the only 2-time recipient of the Buck Buchanan Award, one record setting safety, one ‘Deeper Than Hate’ rival, three divisions, one offensive explosion, one day of rushing futility, of course, Yosef.

Oct 15, 202112:16
Episode 114 - Arizona Wildcats' football history

Episode 114 - Arizona Wildcats' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Arizona Wildcats. This program has a propensity to be spectacular. One coach with a perfect record, one stunning upset over a Number 1 team, one Desert Swarm, one summersault, one ill-timed penalty to secure a stunning loss, one well-timed penalty to secure a stunning tie, two 5-0 seasons, one exceptional well-balanced team, one fierce linebacker, one record setting running back, one immovable force in the middle, one in-state rival, one 3-year stretch with nothing but shutouts, and of course, one live Bobcat.

Oct 11, 202110:23
Episode 113 - Kansas Jayhawks' football history

Episode 113 - Kansas Jayhawks' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Kansas Jayhawks. One 18-game winning streak, one Kansas Comet, one unbelievable upset, one loss where time just expired, two rivals, one in-state and one on the border, one heart rendering tragedy, one difficult 67-year stretch and of course, one imaginary bird.

Oct 08, 202109:05
Episode 112 - Western Michigan Broncos' football history

Episode 112 - Western Michigan Broncos' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Western Michigan Broncos. From 1909 to 1926, this program was a powerhouse. One coach with a near perfect record, one coach with three undefeated-untied teams, one mantra of row the boat, one last second interception to secure one of the greatest seasons in college football history, one blocked punt and one missed extra point away from consecutive perfect seasons, one close loss to derail a three-year dynasty, one tight end to derail a perfect season, three undefeated-untied teams in a six year span, one No. 12 ranking, statistically speaking one of the greatest teams in college football history, one record setting receiver, one 3-time MAC Offensive Player of the Year, two stellar quarterbacks, one stellar running back, one in-state rival, one weird three-game stretch, two 86-yard punts,  and of course, Buster Bronco.

Oct 04, 202111:26
Episode 111 - Eastern Michigan Eagles' football history

Episode 111 - Eastern Michigan Eagles' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Eastern Michigan Eagles. This program was one win away from an iconic dynasty in 1920s. One coach with a long-time track record of sustained success, one of the greatest upsets in bowl history, one quarterback who lined up in the receiver position with great success, one stunning loss to derail a potential dynasty, five stellar teams, one undefeated untied season led by a suffocating defense, one running back who led the program in rushing four consecutive seasons, two stellar quarterbacks, one interception barrage spanning two seasons, one in-state rival, one season of nothing but shutouts, three teams each played twice on one season, and of course, one Bald Eagle.

Oct 01, 202109:21
Episode 110 - Mississippi State Bulldogs' football history

Episode 110 - Mississippi State Bulldogs' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. This program has a collection of legendary coaches that only a few program can equal. One stunning upset that diffused the wishbone by the inventor of the wishbone, one upset of a powerhouse, one Number One ranking diffused by a stunning upset, two stunning upsets to an in-state rival, one tie away from a perfect season, one quarterback who owns 38 school records, one in-state rival, one tough three-season stretch, one collection of cowbells, and of course, one Bulldog.

Sep 27, 202109:52
Episode 109 - Indiana Hoosiers' football history

Episode 109 - Indiana Hoosiers' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Indiana Hoosiers. This program goes way back in the annals of college football; it is the eighth oldest Division 1 team out of 130. Two exceptional defensive minded coaches before 1905, one stunning upset to propel their lone Rose Bowl berth, one last second field goal, one furious comeback, one stunning Rose Bowl loss, one stunning tie to derail an undefeated-untied season, one group of Cardiac kids, one record setting running back, one Old Oaken Bucket, one bizarre 2 game stretch and of course, a bulldog and a bison.

Sep 24, 202109:46
Episode 108 - Wake Forest Demon Deacons' football history

Episode 108 - Wake Forest Demon Deacons' football history

Today, we discuss the college football history of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. With an enrollment of 7500, the program has managed to compete with the big boys. One coach that placed Wake Forest in the national limelight, one coach without a loss in his first two seasons, one great three-year stretch, one upset of a Number 4 ranked team, one stunning comeback, one painful Orange Bowl loss, one long awaited ACC championship, one heartbreaking tragedy, one 60-minute player, two standout quarterbacks, one exceptional cornerback, one in-state rival, one tough start to a season and of course, one Demon Deacon.

Sep 20, 202109:12
Episode 107 - Cincinnati Bearcats' football history

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.

Sep 17, 202110:04
Episode 106 - Guest: Author Lisa Kelly discusses her upcoming book, Domer Dishes: Inside the Lives and Kitchens of Your Fighting Irish Gridiron Greats.

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.

Sep 13, 202117:11
Episode 105 - Duke Blue Devils' football history

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.

Sep 10, 202108:28
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.

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. 

Sep 06, 202139:48
Episode 103 - Virginia Tech Hokies' football history

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.

Sep 03, 202115:22
Episode 102 - Guest: Chris Willis, Head of Research Library at NFL Films discusses his upcoming book on Bronko Nagurski

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.

Aug 30, 202126:55
 Episode 101 - Special Guest: Phil Steele, author of the best-selling college football preseason magazine, College Football Preview.

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. 

Aug 27, 202119:01
Episode 100 - Georgia Tech 222 Cumberland 0: The play by play reenactment of the game played on Oct 7, 1916

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.

Aug 23, 202120:27
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.

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.

Aug 20, 202145:44
Episode 98 - Fresno State Bulldogs' football history

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.

Aug 16, 202111:54
Episode 97 - Boise State Broncos' football history

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.

Aug 13, 202111:27
Episode 96 - UTEP Miners' football history

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.

Aug 09, 202110:32
Episode 95 - San Diego State Aztecs' football history

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.

Aug 06, 202110:29
Episode 94 - Colorado State Rams' football history

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.

Aug 02, 202109:25
Episode 93 - Rice Owls' football history

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.

Jul 30, 202109:13
Episode 92 - Special Guest: Coach Kevin McDonough, Assistant Coach Cornell Big Red.

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.

Jul 26, 202118:59
Episode 91 - Marshall Thundering Herd's football history

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.

Jul 23, 202111:02
Episode 90 - Air Force Falcons' football history

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.

Jul 19, 202108:57
Episode 89 - Northern Illinois Huskies' football history

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 nationa