Place At The Table: A College Football And Food Odyssey
Summary: Place At The Table -- A college football podcast featuring Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated and SiriusXM.
Bruce Feldman (Sports Illustrated, Fox Sports) joins Andy to discuss Tennessee's firing of Butch Jones and where the Volunteers go from here. Bruce also helps reset the College Football Playoff picture after a tumultuous weekend.
Like Peter Cetera leaving Chicago, Andy goes solo in the hope of recording his very own Glory Of Love. Like a knight in shining armor, Dan Rubenstein of SBNation and The Solid Verbal stops by to break down a huge Saturday that includes Michigan State-Ohio State, Georgia-Auburn, Notre Dame-Miami and TCU-Oklahoma.
Andy Staples and Dustin Swedelson look back on an insane week 10 in college football. They look at the Heisman favorites, College Football Playoff picture, rank the conferences and analyze the best BBQ side dishes.
In this edition of the podcast Andy Staples and Dustin Swedelson look at the first College Football Playoff Rankings, dissect how Kirby Smart has Alabama-ized Georgia, break down all of the big games this weekend and more!
Andy Staples and Dustin Swedelson react to Jim McElwain's ousting in Gainesville, compare it to what is happening at Tennessee, discuss who is the better recruiter: James Franklin or Urban Meyer, project the season for Notre Dame, look back at this weekend's action and more!
Who wants to end the relationship more: Jim McElwain or Florida? The guys play "what if" with the College Football Playoff contenders. They preview this week's biggest games including NC State taking on Notre Dame and Penn State vs. Ohio State. Andy pleads with TV Networks to put one superstar on telelvision for him. Plus the guys talk gambling in the Pick Play, presented by MyBookie.ag. Sign up and use our code: PATT.
Andy and Patrick look at the weird details out of death threats in Gainesville, they discuss Rich Rodriguez jumping off the Buyout Bus, dissect what Matt Campbell has done at Iowa State. Plus they analyze how the Jim Harbaugh era has gone at Michigan so far, break down the gap between Alabama and Penn State and more!
In this edition of the podcast, Patrick and Andy look at the impact of Tom Jurich's firing at Louisville, debate which is a better job Tennessee or Nebraska, wonder which conference has the best shot to have two playoff teams, preview this weekend's games and break down the atmospheres in the Big Ten. Plus find out which head coach each of them would take in a cage fight!
The guys review a wild week 7 in college football. They look at all of the big upsets and their impact nationally. Patrick and Andy analyze what Josh Wilcox has done at Cal, explain why Dino Babers leading Syracuse over Clemson wasn't a fluke and more. Find who they think is getting ready for "That Buyout Life," where to eat when visiting Stanford and more!
In this edition of the podcast, Patrick and Andy talk disappointments, look ahead to this weekend's games, discuss the future of the College Football Playoff and more!
In this edition of the podcast, Patrick and Andy review week 6 in college football. They look at Matt Campbell's impact at Iowa State, what's wrong at Michigan, who has removed themselves from the hot seat and more!
In this edition of the podcast, Patrick and Andy discuss Tom Petty's passing, break down the best rivalries in college football and look at gambling lines. They explain why Bob Stoops will stay retired, how Georgia should handle things at quarterback and rank where Tennessee fits in as a coaching job in the SEC.
The guys explain why everyone should be happy with a potential third Alabama-Clemson National Championship Game. Patrick and Andy look at the early Heisman Trophy race, the impact of Washington State's win over USC and debate who goes first; Butch Jones or Ed Orgeron. Andy shares a name he thinks should get a head coaching shot that isn't on the mainstream radar, plus the guys talk about trends in the hamburger world.
In this edition of the podcast Andy and Patrick react to Hugh Hefner's passing, they dissect the NCAA-FBI Recruiting scandal in college basketball, they debate who the best team in the Big 10 West is, preview this weekend's action, wonder about some potential coaching fits at big programs and more!
Despite low expectations, Week 4 in college football turned out to be as exciting as ever. Patrick and Andy recap all the big wins from the weekend and their implications on each Power 5 Conference. Find out where your favorite league ranks right now and if you should be concerned. Plus the guys wonder if Baker Mayfield has a daddy fetish, analyze what is wrong with LSU's offense and more!