Stephen recounts his weekend at a wedding and watching the Notre Dame game during the reception. He then recaps all of Week 6 before having a conversation with friends that attended the Notre Dame/Virginia Tech game together, despite being married and rooting for opposite teams. Finally, Stephen ranks his top 4 for the College Football Playoff, and tells you what 7 games to keep an eye on in Week 7.
Love is in the air! Stephen is headed to a wedding, but there is no shortage of action in Week 6. Stephen covers everything you need to know, but not before recapping his epic (and sleepless) sports Saturday from Week 5
Week 4 featured quarterback changes, huge upsets, blown leads, and a game only available on pay-per-view! Stephen covers it all, and also previews a big Week 5 featuring Ohio State and Penn State and Stanford at Notre Dame. Plus, Danny Dimes joins the show to talk about bad beats, and give picks for the week ahead.
It's Week 4 which means we're a quarter of the way through the regular season! Stephen recaps Week 3, gives a State of the Union on Notre Dame, announces his Top 4, and previews what should be an exciting Week 4. He closes the show with a review (recap?) of the first 3 episodes of The Purge. As always, go to rentlikeachampion.com and use promo code 'SCOOP' for $25 off.
Stephen is feeling better, fresh off his trip to South Bend. He liked what he saw from the Irish, team and fans alike. Here he recaps the rest of week 1, provides a preview of week 2, and vows to watch The Purge TV show.
Scoop and Score lives!!! Stephen is sick, and hot, and tired, and busy. But he battles through a season preview including conference champions, playoff contenders, Heisman hopefuls, and all the things to look for in Week 1 before heading to South Bend to watch Notre Dame battle Michigan. Follow Stephen on Twitter @stephenkahn12
We’re talking upsets (TCU, NC State), thrilling finishes (Penn State), and incredible individual performances (Saquon Barkley) from Saturday while looking ahead to this weekend. Get the scoop, get the score.
Quick reports from Boston and Ann Arbor before we recap the better games from Saturday. Week 4 is previewed. James Franklin’s antics are discussed. Steve leaning towards not walking the two blocks to GameDay. Subscribe and rate, please.
Lot. Of. Action. Saturday night was loaded with entertaining games. Steve gives us the report from the Georgia invasion inside Notre Dame Stadium; I mention the T-Rex invasion at Michigan Stadium. Various coaches’ behavior is discussed. Clemson-Louisville will be close.
A record-setting upset, an improbable comeback, and a confetti-worthy performance highlighted the true opening weekend of college football. We discuss those games and look ahead to the big matchups: Can Oklahoma win in Columbus? Rate, subscribe, and share!
With that weird first-week-but-not-really Saturday behind us, Steve and I talk preview Week 1 of the college football season, highlighted by No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 3 Florida State. Remember to join our pick ’em group on ESPN by searching for the Scoop and Score Podcast.
Scoop and Score is back for the fourth — fourth? fourth! — season of college football discussion. In this ‘sode, we preview the entire 2017 college football season, delivering our picks for the Heisman, conference championships, and playoffs. Also, Steve has clearly never seen Fargo.
The college football playoff field is set. Do we agree with the selections? Of course we do. It wasn’t that hard. We look at other bowl match-ups and tackle some interesting questions from listeners. Subscribe and rate, for once!
Among the answering of random questions from listeners, “political” “discussion,” and other nonsense, there is some college football talk. And if you want the nitty gritty, skip to the 55:30 mark for my chat with ratings guru Brian Fremeau of Football Outsiders. Steve would be said if you did that, though.
It was a wild weekend and we’re on top of it all. I get excited about undefeated Michigan and Steve can’t handle it. We agree on the definition of a man’s man but not about the best teams in the country. We look ahead to Saturday and even touch on the New York Metropolitans for a few … Continue reading Scoop and Score: College Football Week 5 Recap →