This week's episode will hit you right in the pacemaker. Is Conference Championship Weekend boring or the greatest? Or maybe a bit of both? We wrap up the A&M vs LSU thriller, OSU vs Michigan, and talk Round 2 of Texas vs Oklahoma. Plus, Heisman and playoff projections and opinions.
If you're not having a good #CFB season so far, hopefully bowl season can save you. But the FTVS podcast lives on. We're here to disrespect your team's hand signals, disagree whether Michigan should be ahead of Notre Dame, and give you a 50/50 shot of winning money if you follow our predictions.
Let UCF IN! At least that's what Matt says as he roots for chaos and madness. He also claims that Mike Gundy's hair has improved significantly. College Football week 9 crushed so many spirits, but Matt and Joe soldier on, overreacting making trades on the Heisman Stock Market, giving out game balls, and more from a crazy and disappointing Week 9.
After a bye week, the FTVS guys get back at it with a Week 9 preview, discussing Michigan's playoff hopes, the disaster that is Ohio State, the Pac-12 having one of the toughest roads ahead, Texas' playoff dream bubble, and more.
After a week 6 filled with upsets, Matt and Joe discuss the results, give some over reactions, game balls, and talk changes in the Heisman Stock Market and the Playoff rankings. Plus, how good is Texas, and more. This episode is almost as good as the Kansas-Missouri football rivalry. Almost.
The 2018 College Football Week 6 Preview show. Matt and Joe discuss Notre Dame's playoff hopes. At 12-0 they'd be a lock, but what about 11-1? The Heisman Stock Market (32:20)...flatlines again, a new "Game Ball" segment (28:05), Week 6 preview (37:28) and, as usual, the Pick 6.
College football upset season is upon us! Virginia Tech gets embarrassed, Oregon beats itself, Texas shows life two weeks in a row, and Matt and Joe posit that A&M didn't look as bad as the score might have led you to believe. All that plus quick hits on whether instant replay sucks, and, of course, the Pick 6, Lock, and Upset of the Week predictions.
Wild Week 3 is done and Matt and Joe run through some of the crazy outcomes. Just how far ahead of everyone is Bama? Should contracts for new coaches include minimum performance requirements? Plus, Heisman Stock Market trades, and this week's Pick Six, and more.
Matt and Joe look back on week 1 and contemplate the possibilities of week 2. Just how good is Alabama? Which Heisman contenders are you "buying"? Can Notre Dame earn a playoff spot? All that, plus disappointments from Texas and Michigan, and the Week 2 "Pick Six", "Lock", and Upset predictions.
The 2018 College Football season has arrived, and the FTVS guys get back to making questionable predictions. We cover the best games of the week, "Pick 6" games against the spread, and choose a Lock and an Upset of the week. Michigan vs Notre Dame, Texas vs Maryland, and more.
With more technical errors than a replay crew, Matt and Joe press on, bringing you the rule changes (5:15), conference champs (23:00), and the non-conference games we're most excited about for 2018 (45:00).
A classic pre-season discussion - Heisman favorites. Joe (almost) predicts a non-quarterback winner, and Matt questions Tua-mania. Plus, off-the-cuff position unit rankings. Which school has the best ____? That and more in Season 2, Episode 2 of the Four TV Sports Podcast.
After a two-week break, Matt and Joe run down the latest in College Football, and make some predictions for the Week 12 games. Will there be more upsets, or will the Top 4 finally start to have some consistency?
A 2 week break saw a lot of changes in Aggieland. Namely that it's basketball season! Matt and Joe discuss where the football season is now, where it can go, and what we might expect out of the coaching search that is likely to happen.
After the bye week, the Aggies look to continue some unexpected momentum against a Mississippi State team that was exalted, fell, and is surging once again. A battle of defenses looms, and whoever can stop the run (and the running QB) could likely be the victor! Matt and Joe discuss the situation and expectations for Week 9 in Aggieland.
Packed with mid-day killers, Week 9 is a huge week for college football, determining who takes the next step and who's playoff hopes begin to fall short. Will Notre Dame continue their bid to spoil the hopes of an entire conference, or will they falter? Who's on upset alert and who has what it takes to keep the momentum going? Matt and Joe run down the top 25 games and make their 'Pick 6' selections for this action packed week!
The best week of the Aggies' season, the bye Week; where the team can only improve and your heart rate can settle back down. Matt and Joe review the Ags pulling out a tight win in Gainesville versus the Gators. As usual, what went right, what went wrong, and what we want to see before the next game.
Holy Upset Week Batman! Matt and Joe review the madness from Week 7, with 4 top 10 upsets by unranked opponents, and a handful of other top 25 upsets or close calls. If you escaped Week 7, be happy, but look out for Week 8. Some great matchups coming up, as we preview and make predictions.