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Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel & Ross Dellenger, along with SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest college football & college basketball news with their unique blend of analysis, investigative journalism and eclectic humor. 

There will be overreactions, there will be beer, there will be reptiles, mascot fights, Florida Man stories & fast-food wars.


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On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde react to news of a potential bill that will prevent college athletes from becoming employees of the universities they compete for. They dissect the complex nature of the issue and debate if it's worth athletes even becoming employees.After the break, Wetzel shares the slate of big games for Week 1 of college football action. They share their predictions and the implications for top matchups like Florida vs Miami, Clemson vs Georgia, and Texas A&M vs Notre Dame. Dellenger and Forde point out the potential for the Florida-Miami game to lead the losing coach to be on the hot seat by the end of the season. They wrap the show by sharing their displeasure with the decision to ban legendary food eater Joey Chestnut from competing in the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on the 4th of July.(0:48) Athletes becoming employees(32:00) Week 1 Preview(52:21) Justice for Joey ChestnutFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde open the show by comparing the regionality of the College World Series to the landscape of college football. They discuss if football is trending towards becoming regional, and how conferences now impact it.Dellenger brings up the potential of two to three rematches occurring each season in the new format of college football. They debate if multiple rematches per season are bad for the sport.After the break, Wetzel laments over the recently released college football playoff kickoff times, particularly the Rose Bowl starting ridiculously late. They later pay tribute to the PAC-12 officially being dead after Oregon's loss to Texas A&M in the College World Series.The show concludes with two new court cases. One is an official legal ruling on whether a taco is technically a sandwich, and the other is the story of an elderly man who tormented his neighborhood with a slingshot.(0:59) Regionality of college baseball(18:48) Rematches in college football(34:53) Kickoff times for the College Football Playoff(40:31) Death of the Pac-12(42:47) Update on North Carolina scheduling(48:07) People's CourtFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to Monday's midday news of UConn men's basketball coach Dan Hurley turning down the opportunity to coach the Los Angeles Lakers.They discuss the reasons why Hurley may not have been a great fit to leave the Northeast to coach on the West Coast. Forde and Wetzel recount his journey to becoming a top coach, sharing stories of his father's legacy as a legendary high school coach in New Jersey. They also speculate if Hurley will remain at UConn for good because of his roots.After the break, they analyze the recent news of Indiana Fever rookie Caitlin Clark being snubbed from the Olympic women's basketball roster. They each explain why it's a far more difficult process to make the team than many think, and why Clark will likely be picked for the next Olympics.(0:39) Hurley turns down the Lakers(10:00) Future of UConn basketball(27:45) Caitlin Clark snubbedFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde share their thoughts on the future of the SEC after a very eventful offseason. Following spring meetings, they discuss the noticeable vibe shift among coaches and administrators now that Oklahoma and Texas have joined the conference.They also unpack the glaring question of who will be the next great head coach to dominate the SEC after Nick Saban retired in January. Delleneger shares his favorite names to pay attention to, particularly Steve Sarkisian at Texas, Kirby Smart at Georgia, and Josh Heupel at Tennessee.After the break, they reacted to recent news of pending legislation in North Carolina that would require UNC and NC State to play smaller programs in the state yearly. Wetzel shares an opportunity for UNC and NC State to proposition the state to give them more money to agree to this.To wrap the show, Wetzel shares a story of a woman in Nebraska who turned out to be alive after being brought to a funeral home. They laugh over her resurrection being sparked by the Nebraska football program.0:57 Who replaces Nick Saban?31:15 UNC and NC State scheduling49:22 Resurrection in NebraskaFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde discuss the uncertain outlook for college football's future TV exposure. Wetzel opens by pointing out how the 2024 college football season could be the most dramatic ever because of conference realignment and other massive off-season changes.They shift the conversation to how the College Football Playoff will directly compete head-to-head with the NFL for viewership. They point out the recent scheduling change for the Egg Bowl between Mississippi State and Ole Miss no longer being played on Thanksgiving night. Dellenger points out how revenue sharing with college football players could create competition with the NFL for top talent. They discuss how many elite college players with questionable NFL chances will opt to stay in college because of more financial certainty.After the break, they react to the latest rumor regarding college football programs potentially featuring corporate sponsors on their fields and uniforms. They wrap the show with the story of a serial thief in England who admitted to stealing a ridiculous amount of Pringles.(0:56) College football's TV exposure(24:20) Competing with the NFL(47:47) Uniform and field sponsors(1:01:35) People's Court: serial Pringles thiefFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to the news of the House v. NCAA settlement being approved by the power conferences at the end of last week. They discuss how the new funds to recruit players will impact the college football landscape and which football programs will benefit from it the most. They also break down how revenue sharing will relate to NIL and collectives going forward.After the break, Wetzel shares a quote from Greg Sankey at SEC meetings regarding it being the best time ever to be a college athlete. They dissect how this all could change in the near future. Wetzel also questions why there is a future possibility of walk-ons being removed from college footballThey wrap the show with the story of a battle being waged on humans by orcas. Wetzel shares the details of killer whales who are strategically tipping over boats(0:47) College football revenue sharing(41:29) SEC meetings(51:37) Are walk-ons done?(1:02:26) Orcas causing problemsFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde start off the show with a recap of current Georgia quarterback Jaden Rashada's lawsuit against Florida head coach Billy Napier and Florida collectives. They discuss the implications of the lawsuit, and how it will impact future NIL guardrails.After, they react to the release of the Big Ten's revenue and how they overtook the SEC as the highest earning conference. Wetzel ties this in with the latest on small conferences fighting having to foot part of the bill for the House case settlement.They shift their focus to a recent article by Dellenger about the potential for private capital funding college football programs and athletic departments. They cover the misconception of how the general public is perceiving the use of private funds to stimulate growth. To wrap the show, Wetzel shares the story of a man in Nebraska who trashed a brand new DMV office by throwing fish and carrots in the facility.(0:45) Jaden Rashada's Lawsuit(27:03) Revenue for big conferences(48:32) Private capital funding college football(1:09:26) People's Court: A fishy situationFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports Podcasts See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde kick off the show with the incident that happened at the PGA Championship with Scottie Scheffler. Forde share his first hand account of what the situation was like while he was covering the event.They move on to the latest comments made by Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney about the transfer portal. They question if his apprehension to recruiting transfer portal prospects will eventually lead to his downfall.Later, Wetzel brings up complaints made by fans across college football for early kickoffs to help cater to TV networks. They pitch which time slot they feel is best for attending a college football game. After the break, Dellenger shares an update on the House case settlement, and how smaller conferences are fighting back on having to foot part of the bill. He recaps a recent story he wrote focusing on the Big East's unwillingness to pay the same as P4 teams. The show wraps with a rant by Wetzel on an article written in the New York Times on landscaping and a story of a poorly planned beer theft.1:00 Aftermath of Scottie Scheffler at the PGA Championship5:54 Dabo Swinney's transfer portal avoidance27:52 Why noon kickoffs are bad36:30 Big East fights back on House settlement49:04 Dan's war with the New York Times58:17 People's Court: Beer bandits risk serious jail timeFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to UNC sharing their grievances at ACC meetings this week. They cover how North Carolina would be the highest sought after ACC program if it were to leave the conference.Then, they take time to make fun of what is left of the Pac-12 and it's recent announcement of broadcasting games on the CW. After the break, Dellenger shares an update on where the current NCAA settlement stands. Dellenger unpacks new details of aiming to eliminate collectives and a proposed employment model.They shift their focus to media personality Doug Gottleib being announced as Green Bay's next men's basketball coach, and determine if it's possible for Gottleib to continue to host his radio show while coaching.Wetzel wraps the show with news of Red Lobster announcing financial troubles due to an over consumption of shrimp by its customers. 0:44 UNC causes commotion at ACC Meetings32:55 The Pac-2 on the CW40:29 NCAA settlement update49:51 Doug Gottlieb to coach Green Bay1:02:50 Red Lobster in troubleFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde react to the parting shots made by outgoing Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith towards Michigan. The discuss Smith's comments regarding if there should be an asterisk next to the Buckeyes losses to Michigan during the past few seasons.Wetzel poses the question of if the Big Ten can soon overtake the SEC for college football dominance after Michigan has created a blue print for success.After the break, they react to the news of UCLA likely needing to pay $10 million over the next six years to Cal due to their departure from the Pac-12 to the Big Ten. Dellenger points out that this newly added expense limits the return for UCLA leaving the Pac-12.They then discuss top 2025 recruit Julian Lewis taking a recruiting visit to the unlikely destination of Indiana. Forde projects how the Hoosiers could be in the market to sign bigger recruits.They wrap the show with the story of a woman who is suing Cold Stone Creamery for falsely claiming their pistachio ice cream contains real pistachios.0:00 Introduction1:02 Parting shots from Ohio State's AD towards Michigan34:36 UCLA paying "Cal-imony"48:02 Julian Lewis visits Indiana58:11 People's Court: "Pistachi-no" ice creamFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's show, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde break down a recent update to the House v. NCAA case. Dellenger digs deeper on revenue sharing and where funds will come from to share with athletes.Wetzel directs their focus to recent comments made by LSU head coach Brian Kelly about his team's failures to secure top defensive tackle recruits in the spring portal window. They discuss how NIL is impacting how coaches recruit players to build proper team culture.After the break, they touch on four teams that are currently struggling in recruiting for the 2025 class. Dellenger brings up Arkansas adding a 28 year old MLB player to their squad.Later, they react to the news of rapper Snoop Dogg and his new beverage line being named as the sponsor of the Arizona Bowl.Wetzel wraps the show with the story of a man who was the commencement speaker at Ohio State, and claims he took psychedelics to write his speech.0:56 College athletics revenue sharing27:28 Brian Kelly fails in the transfer portal42:48 Teams struggling to recruit51:21 The Snoop Dogg Arizona Bowl57:11 A psychedelic commencement speechFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde start off today's show with a brief recap of the Kentucky Derby and Mystik Dan's unexpected victory.They open their college football discussion with a deeper dive into the events that unfolded on social media for Deion Sanders and Colorado football. They discuss the positive and negative ramifications of Coach Prime's roster shuffling and handling of former players. Dellenger expresses his frustration with how aggregation impacts journalism, and was a catalyst for this whole ordeal.After the break, Dellenger recaps his recent article on athlete compensation in the House v. NCAA settlement. The group pokes holes in some of the approaches, particularly how increasing scholarships for other sports will over complicate everything.They wrap the show with the story of a man who was arrested for throwing fried chicken at his sister.1:50 Colorado social media drama28:36 Athlete compensation models59:47 People's Court: Fried chicken batteryFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
On today's show, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde dive deep on the latest update for the House v. NCAA case. Dellenger provides the most recent details from the settlement, as negotiations heat up.During this discussion, they analyze what this would mean for college football revenue sharing and how athletic programs will need to downsize to continue to fund their football programs. Later, they shift their focus to the current drama surrounding Colorado football and the Sanders family. They share thoughts on Colorado's spring game, and eventually recount the comments being made by former players who were pushed out of the program.With the Kentucky Derby around the corner, they wrap the show with Forde's list of worst horse names in the history of the event.0:51 House v. NCAA Settlement heats up45:37 Colorado Twitter beef58:03 The worst Kentucky Derby names everFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Delleneger, and SI's Pat Forde hop on in the aftermath of the 2024 NFL Draft, reliving the national excitement for the event. Wetzel brings up how a college athletics administrator asked him how college football could create a similar event that receives national coverage. The crew pitches ideas of how National Signing Day could follow in the NFL Draft's footsteps.They then break down a recent article written by Dellenger of the most recent complaints about the College Football Playoff by decision makers across college football. Dellenger shares the issues of rematches occurring and G5 teams receiving a bid to the playoffWetzel then shifts the focus back to the NFL Draft, sharing which teams and conferences had the most prospects. He acknowledges how the Pac-12 went out with a bang with the amount of prospects they had selected.They turn to recent transfer portal news, as former Oregon State running back Damien Martinez picked Miami as his new team. Following this, they react to Nebraska star freshman Dylan Raiola's spring game performance. They wrap their college football discussions with the news of former Iowa offensive coordinator Brain Ferentz being hired by Maryland as an analyst.The show concludes with the story of a man who is filing a lawsuit against a minor league baseball team in Fresno, California that discriminated against him for offering a "Ladies Night" promotion.1:01 Can college football create their own event similar to the NFL Draft?23:09 Issues and complaints with the College Football Playoff34:04 How college teams and conferences fared in the NFL Draft46:05 Damien Martinez to transfer to Miami48:42 Dylan Raiola's impressive Spring Game51:51 Brian Ferentz joins Maryland staff55:00 People's Court: A ladies night lawsuitFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellenger🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Immediately following the 2024 NFL Draft, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde react to the biggest headlines from the night.They open the show by assessing the destinations for top quarterback prospects, starting with the shocking pick of Michael Penix Jr. to the Atlanta Falcons. Forde bemoans the Denver Broncos decision to take Oregon's Bo Nix.They then evaluate the broadcasting debuts of coaching legends Bill Belichick and Nick Saban on the ESPN broadcasts. Dellenger points out the under appreciated charisma Saban brings the broadcast that will make College Gameday exciting in the fall.Later, the gang shares their favorite picks on the draft. They break down which selections think were the best fits and project to have the best careers.They wrap the show with the story of a man who was arrested for a DUI because of his Auto-brewery syndrome.6:51 1st Round Quarterbacks29:25 Nick Saban and Bill Belichick's broadcasting debuts43:26 The best picks in the 2024 NFL Draft50:24 Auto-brewery syndrome🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde hop on before the 2024 NFL Draft to share some of their favorite memories covering the event in years past. They later analyze freshman running back Dylan Edwards entering the transfer portal to leave Colorado, and acknowledge the departure of quarterback Deacon Hill at Iowa. Midway through the show, they react to the breaking news of former USC running back Reggie Bush re-accepting his Heisman Trophy. They recount his legendary career with the Trojans and why the award should have never been taken away from him in the first place.Later on in the show, they discuss a recently proposed playoff format for Group of 5 teams, that is spearheaded by former Tennessee coach Derek Dooley. Dellenger shares why the proposed plan is unlikely, and what he is hearing at the College Football spring meetings.They wrap up the show up with a deep dive on "shrinkflation" and how it's ruining many of their favorite food and beverage products. 0:55 NFL Draft Memories13:42 Dylan Edwards and Deacon Hill hit the Transfer Portal20:03 Reggie Bush gets his Heisman back33:26 NFL Draft Trivia40:07 A Group of 5 Playoff50:51 Beer and Oreo Shrinkflation🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde begin the show by reacting to the Arch Manning buzz coming from the Texas spring game. They share why head coach Steve Sarkisian has the luxury of having two future NFL quarterbacks, and what the real expectations should be for Manning.They continue their spring game observations with thoughts on the performances by Notre Dame and Michigan. Wetzel pokes fun at Harbaugh's recent tattoo for being too bland, as Forde projects Notre Dame's offense to be improved in 2024.Wetzel then focuses in on the circus that was the Ole Miss spring game, that featured a dunk contest and a hot dog eating contest instead of actual on field action. They also analyze if this version of spring football could be the future.Wetzel later shares a clip from Next Round Live, that poses the question "Is Nick Saban or Abraham Lincoln more important to America."The crew shifts back to the transfer portal, reacting to former five-star quarterback recruit Jaden Rashada seeking a new home. Forde points out Rashada's constant changing of teams from high school until now.Dellenger later shares the background of Jeffrey Kessler, and how his lawsuit is reshaping the future of college football, and creating compensation opportunities for athletes.Wetzel caps off the show with a deep dive on the historic career of legendary athlete Joey Chestnut.1:00 Arch Madness15:43 Michigan and Notre Dame spring games35:24 Nick Saban or Abraham Lincoln?38:33 Jaden Rashada enters the transfer portal46:00 Jeffrey Kessler's plight to fix college football59:12 Joey Chestnut's legacy🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the show by dissecting the difference between the spring Transfer Portal window and the winter one. They analyze why less big name players are entering, and how large programs are purging their teams of back end roster depth.They then shift their focus to Colorado, as Coach Prime loses more players to the portal. They discuss if there's concern for losing former 5-star DB Cormani McClain, and if fans should worry about their overall roster turnover.Later, Dan brings up the final result of Michigan's recruiting investigation. They joke about how during all of this, Jim Harbaugh is out in Los Angels living his best life in an RV.They wrap up the show with two People's Court incidents: a group of train car beer bandits, and an elephant on the loose in Montana.1:30 Spring Transfer Portal movement29:30 Colorado loses large group of players to the portal41:42 Michigan receives their punishment for their recruiting investigation1:01:52 People's Court: a beer stealing ring, and a loose elephant in Montana🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the podcast by reacting to the top headlines arising from spring games across college football. They dive in on the QB battle happening at Ohio State, the focus on the dynamic between Nick Saban and Kalen DeBoer at Alabama, and Cam Rising being back for Utah.The guys then discuss if Michigan and Auburn should be in the market for adding a transfer portal quarterback. Forde points out the regression by Payton Thorne, and the guys pitch why they need to add competition to the room.After the break, they dissect the enormous celebration event by Kentucky to introduce their new basketball coach, former player Mark Pope. Wetzel brings up comments made by former Kentucky star DeMarcus Cousins and how Pope shouldn't spurn old players.Wetzel and Dellenger then recount their excursion to Augusta, Georgia to cover the Masters, as Wetzel shares his attempts to introduce Dellenger to UFC and slap fighting.They cap off the show with the story of a woman who is suing Disney World because she was trampled by Goofy.2:49 Ohio State, Alabama, and Utah spring game reactions28:40 Will Michigan and Auburn pursue Transfer Portal quarterbacks?37:02 Kentucky welcomes Mark Pope54:12 Ross and Dan's Masters adventures58:42 People's Court: Goofy causes trouble🖥️ Watch this full episode on YouTubeCheck out all the episodes of the College Football Enquirer and the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at Yahoo Sports PodcastsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde kick off the podcast by reacting to the war being waged by Chip Gaines and the Baylor community against Kentucky fans over Baylor men’s basketball head coach Scott Drew.They then evaluate the possibility of a college football “super league” existing based on reporting last week by The Athletic. Dellenger shuts down the possibility based on the advancement of the College Football Playoff’s new media rights deal.Their focus shifts to Dellenger’s recent visit with new Alabama head coach Kalen DeBoer. Forde and Wetzel discuss how a completely different vibe will work for the Crimson Tide, as Dellenger explains all of the changes he’s witnessed.After the break, they react to the latest quotes from Colorado head coach Deion Sanders regarding his recruiting and handling of his roster. They discuss if they think there is a chance that Coach Prime hangs around after his son Shedeur Sanders and Travis Hunter leave.To wrap the show, Wetzel shares a story of a man who stole guacamole from a Chipotle in Michigan and how it got ugly quick.4:05 - Will Baylor lose Scott Drew to Kentucky?7:35 - Possibility of a college football super league19:10 - Ross’ meeting with new Alabama football coach Kalen DeBoer37:45 - Deion Sanders’ team building strategies at Colorado49:50 - The People’s Court: Guacamole thiefFollow Dan @DanWetzelFollow Pat @ByPatFordeFollow Ross @RossDellengerSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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Dave Waggoner

What a waste of my hour!! SEC BIAS all day long.

May 24th
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Paul Kennedy

People's Court... M.O. sued M.B., not Geico, for negligently giving her an STD. Her attorney alleged M.B. was negligent so that there was a possibility of insurance coverage. Because their insured was sued on a theory of negligence, Geico would have represented their insured under what's called a reservation of rights. At some point, Geico decided that passing on the STD was not a covered event under the policy. M.B. then filed a bad faith suit against Geico for refusing to defend him and that would have made Geico a 3rd party defendant. It's not the woman who's suing Geico - it's the man who gave her the STD. My only question is why is this case in federal court? if M.O. and M.B. both live in Kansas, the case should be i state court.

Oct 6th
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Paul Kennedy

Always good to see the SEC, ACC and Big 12 care so little about their student athletes. If the kids are going to play, they need to be paid for exposing themselves to the virus.

Jul 18th
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Paul Kennedy

Bush doesn't owe USC an apology. The boosters who provided the cash and the house owe USC an apology.

Jun 15th
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Paul Kennedy

Dabo Swinney is nothing but an old white southern conservative who thinks blacks should "stay in their place." He will never say or do anything to piss off the wealthy white boosters at Clemson. He is part of the problem.

Jun 5th
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Paul Kennedy

Sure, expand the playoff and turn regular season college football into something as meaningless as college basketball. Maybe make the conference title games the first round.

Apr 14th
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Paul Kennedy

Shouldn't matter whether a player got injured. You either win or lose. Bama lost to LSU. They aren't the best team in their division. No playoff spot for them.

Nov 18th
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Andrea Gorman Maisonneuve

Pat - thanks for picking Auburn, go Gators!!!

Oct 6th
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Paul Kennedy

The show's more fun when it runs off the rails.

Sep 29th
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Paul Kennedy

Lauding A&M for beating up on Northwestern State? Really? Can't wait for the hype after they beat the Seven Blind Sisters of Mercy.

Sep 3rd
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Paul Kennedy

Pat, your column is good but you are wrong about mayo. It's nasty.

Aug 23rd
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