Podcast Ain't Played Nobody
PAPN is the unholy union of Bill Connelly, the inventor and proprietor of the S&P+ Analytics System, and senior writer Steven Godfrey, who probably, unfairly, hates your school. Together, through analysis and sourcing, they give listeners insight into college football’s biggest games, hires and trends.
MACtion, Peter Warrick, and don't call the Hogs at the Ryman
Sometimes SECing can go wrong. Also: Murder Smurf hats, the return of Box Score Bingo, MAC PREVIEWS HAVE BEGUN -- optimistic hires abound!, Sean Lewis has a wonderful hipster beard, Jim McElwain's back, NIU went NFL, BGSU zagged in a way no one should, Akron is going Full NE Ohio, Ball State keeps getting wrecked by injury..Also, ASK PAPN TIME: Phil Steele, Indiana's upset potential, Peter Warrick was Reggie Bush before Reggie Bush, heavyweights get different types of performance, who's the next Neal Brown, how should the NCAA actually punish wrong-doers so that the wrong people don't get hit, and UCONN HAS MORE VARSITY SPORTS THAN FLORIDA.
The NCAA united the Mizzou fan base, and oh no Jay Hopson what are you doing
Our timing is horrid, Bill flew to a tropical island to watch a terrible Super Bowl, Greg Schiano is a coach's coach, Bret Bielema is trying to create a new career trajectory, LET'S TALK ABOUT S&P+ TWEAKS (UCF fans are maaaaaaaad), WE LEFT A PRODUCTION SCREW-UP IN JUST FOR YOU, player tracking is the future of football analytics, Art Briles and oh god Southern Miss what are you doing (~39:30), and congratulations to the NCAA for figuring out a way to unite Mizzou fans (~59:30).
Virginia Tech might not be screwed, Texas fans still hate stats, and Week 1 looks really fun!
Godfrey hates your SID (and your team), Godfrey's bold predictions weren't completely awful, Graham Harrell got a job!, Week 1 of the 2019 season looks quite good, Virginia Tech might not be completely screwed after all (nor might Tennessee or Florida State), Texas fans are yelling at Bill again, and ... Legion Field vs. Liberty Field: go!
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