No B1G teams in the College Football Playoff, but can another solid bowl season help solidify the conference as upper-echelon in college football?

  • Minnesota made some big waves on Wednesday when they blasted Georgia Tech, 34-10, to win their bowl game and get the B1G off to a 1-0 start in bowl play. Last year, the league went 7-1 in bowls, ending a stretch of tough years for the conference in the postseason. What happens if the conference has another good year in bowls?
  • Would you trade a bad bowl season for the conference in record for one of the teams in the conference being the national champion? What’s a better look for the conference?

Happer & Stephens: December 18th, 12pm

  • Jim Delany is now open to CFP expansion, and that is significant
  • Nebraska is WAAAAAYY above average in the amount of offers they’re putting out
  • Brian Christopherson (247 Sports)
  • Bull or No Bull

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: December 12th, 2pm

  • Big names calling for an expanded playoff, possibly as soon as 2020
  • Expanding the playoff cont.
  • Temple Coach is a lunatic

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: November 28th, 2pm

  • Brett gets triggered by CFP rankings
  • Putting the Power 5 on a pedestal
  • Rabbit ears and Life hack

The Bret Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: November 21st, 3pm

  • UCF’s path to the CFP
  • Steve Sipple: LJS
  • What’s Poppin

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: November 14th, 2pm

  • Wednesdays at 2 O’Clock are now reserved for “Brett gets triggered by the College Football Playoff Rankings”
  • Brett’s still triggered
  • Kevin Durant and Draymond Green beef is hysterical

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: November 8th, 2pm

  • Is there any team outside of Bama, Clemson, Michigan, that you’d want to see in the CFP?
  • Do these last three games mean anything for next season?
  • Let’s say Kyler Murray is in the running for the 1st overall pick in the NFL Draft, would you turn down your baseball contract?
  • Buy or Sell