We're re-upping this episode after Sean's mom pointed out of some audio abberations. The TTF panel tackles (get it?) the CFB Playoff Selection Committee's coin-flip on Alabama and Ohio State, Conference Championship winners, and the ongoing coaching carousel. Executively Produced, as always, by Darren Kinnaird.
Those rude, crude football dudes are back with a special BONUS ep detailing the wackiest coaching carousel in recent memory (thanks, Tennessee). Recorded before Jimbo bolted for TAMU and before UT fired and hired their athletic director in a matter of hours. Executively Produced, as always,by Darren Kinnaird.
Auburn handily defeats Alabama to make their way into the playoff picture, as #2 Miami also drops to a dramatically less good team. If you like Bammer tears, listen to this episode. Executively Produced, as always, by Darren Kinnaird.
TTF tackles breaking news in Gainesville, Sean tries to explain why he agrees so hard with his friends, and so many coaches are going to be coaching in weird places. Executively Produced as hell by Darren Kinnaird.
Matts and Sean run through Week 5 action of the 2017 season, Washington State's historic win at USC, Alabama literally ripping apart Mississippi's resolve, and what could be the next to last game Butch Jones ever coaches. Always and forever executively produced by the one, the only, Darren Kinnaird.
Week 4 action included the Tide rolling of Vandy, a hearthbreaker at Kinnick stadium and Kentucky's 31st no-good, terrible, very bad day against Florida in a row. Executively produced, as always, by Darren Kinnaird.
Sean and the Matts cover Sunday's games, which were arguably the most exciting of the weekend. Texas A&M blows a 34-point lead -- the second largest in history -- to UCLA, all but sealing Kevin Sumlin's fate as the HBC in College Station. Also, WVU v. V Tech action and a TAMU Regent freaks out about his school's loss on Facebook. Executive Produced, as always, by Darren Kinnaird.
The season is upon us! Sean and the Matts tackle the first 5 games of the season and become way more excited than anyone should about Rice vs. Stanford. Stay tuned in the coming week or two for actual football and a very special guest. Executive Producer: Darren Kinnaird.
Sean and Hankins slip in an episode while Creel wasn't looking. They talk about more football than they expected, including under- and overrated head coaches as chosen by a VERY small sample of Dennis Dodd enthusiasts. The 2017 College Football season is upon us! On Saturday, there is a slate of 5 games, including Stanford v. Rice down undah in Australia, mate! Throw The Flag is a presentation of the TTF Network. Executive Produced by Darren Kinnaird.
Sean & the Matts run through offseason news where all roads lead to 'Bama, the 2007 season, and how difficult the Wonderlic test truly is. Executive Produced by Darren Kinnaird. Powered by Jugtown. WDE.