Will we ever see a run of dominance in the Big Ten like we saw with Urban Meyer?

-And if so, could Frost be the one to achieve it as what Tim Brando described as a ‘transformational coach’?

-It’s hard to ever have that kind of success anywhere. Meyer was 83-9 at Ohio State, and 54-4 in B1G conference games. Absolutely unheard of. If Nebraska had a stretch like that again, we’d be losing our minds. But can Harbaugh ever get over the hump and be that kind of elite, dominant coach?

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: November 29th, 5pm

  • Frost was given a “B” grade from Barrett Sallee, does that sound right?
  • Sam Webb: The Michigan Insider (247 Sports)
  • Snow recap/Poll Question Update

Scott Frost speaks up again about what needs to happen for the College Football Playoff…will anything ever change, though?

  • The College Football Playoff is set as it is through 2026, but Frost again said he’d like to see it expand to 8 teams and gives reasons why. Jim Harbaugh has said he wants 16 teams and Urban Meyer has not really said much, and some believe that Frost is the strongest voice on the topic—his UCF team did last year get snubbed by many people’s account. But will we see an 8-team playoff when expansion is possible after 2026?

Taking another look at the Hot Seat coaches around the country…is Jim Harbaugh’s seat one of the hottest in the B1G?

  • Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports put Scott Frost as untouchable, but said that Harbaugh is ‘fine….for now.’ What if Shea Patterson doesn’t lead Michigan to the top of the B1G West this year? What’s the conversation going to be?
  • Other notable rankings…Herm Edwards is already on the Hot Seat without coaching a game, and Willie Taggart has some pressure at Florida State early…