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The Yahoo Sports College Podcast

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The Yahoo Sports College Podcast

The Yahoo Sports College Podcast

Yahoo Sports

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Yahoo Sports experts Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde and Pete Thamel break down the latest NCAA news from the football field to the basketball court.

Latest Episodes

NCAA approves June start, drunk & disorderly mayor madness

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest news as the NCAA D1 council approved Wednesday to allow football & basketball players back to campus starting June 1st. Can we start celebrating yet? Will we have fans in the stands? We also update you on the USC scandal & the Korean sex doll scandal as well as a brand new Podcast People’s court & and an obituary for the ages...trust us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN4 d ago
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NCAA approves June start, drunk & disorderly mayor madness

UK cheerleading scandal, fall sport update, watermelon beer bandits

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and Pat Forde would be remiss to start the pod anywhere else but the state of Kentucky where there is never a dull moment. The Cats fired the entire cheerleading staff this week over quite the scandal…(00:58) Staying in the SEC, University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen announced this week that USC is changing its fall academic calendar to cancel fall break and end the semester on campus in November. How does this affect football and basketball? Also, how will recruiting be affected if high schools can't play? (21:25) Honorable Judges Wetzel, Thamel and Forde also review two cases involving sex dolls, empty stadiums, watermelon helmets and stealing alcohol in this week’s Podcast People’s Court. (53:17) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MIN1 w ago
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UK cheerleading scandal, fall sport update, watermelon beer bandits

Football in the fall update, On Wisconsin, & animal threats continue

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde have you covered as they have the entire lockdown with the latest rumors swirling around college football’s chances to kickoff in the fall. What will happen when a player tests positive with COVID-19? And how many players will take Blake Snell’s stance and decide to not play? The guys also dream about their first bar stop as Wisconsin has opened the flood gates to their local watering holes. Also, is there a better game on the 2020 schedule than the Badgers vs the Fighting Irish in Lambeau? And from goats to giant lizards, we have your weekly update on the dangerous happenings around the animal kingdom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

58 MIN1 w ago
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Football in the fall update, On Wisconsin, & animal threats continue

Duke & Zion in hot water, the NCAA slams Kansas

On this packed edition of the Yahoo Sports College Podcast, Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde react to Gina Ford, the president of Prime Marketing Sports, asking Zion Williamson to admit he received “money, benefits, favors or other things of value” to go to Duke. How does this affect Zion and what can we expect to happen to Coach K and Duke? (3:01) Staying on the hardwood, the NCAA hammered Kansas with five Level I infractions. What is next for the Jayhawks and Bill Self? Could they receive more than a two-year postseason ban? (29:38) The Honorable Judges Wetzel, Thamel and Forde also review a complex case where an Omaha strip club has decided to open its doors amid the pandemic in another edition of People’s Court. (53:43) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

60 MIN2 w ago
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Duke & Zion in hot water, the NCAA slams Kansas

A&M and Texas at it again, mysterious toilet flushes, chicken wars take a turn

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde are happy to talk good old fashioned hate this week as Texas A&M and Texas renewed their yearly offseason bout. When will the grudge finally move from Twitter and back to the gridiron? The guys also have the latest on the coronavirus situation as more and more universities announce they plan to host students on campus for the fall semester. Will there be a chance to host home games with fans? UGA and South Carolina are the latest schools to dive into the possibility. Also on the docket…Earl Thomas’ wild COVID-19 lockdown story, which CFB coach would flush a toilet during a conference call, and more animal uprising news coverage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

58 MIN2 w ago
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A&M and Texas at it again, mysterious toilet flushes, chicken wars take a turn

Louisville hit with Level 1 allegation, Arkansas sets football dates, Murder Hornets arrive

The NCAA handed down its notice of allegations to the University of Louisville on Monday, hitting the Cardinals’ men’s basketball program with a Level I allegation — the most serious under NCAA bylaws. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde ask what does this mean for the program and just how bad could it get for the likes of Kansas?(00:40) Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek announced this week that the university intends on opening up football practice in July. Does this mean we will be calling the Hogs come September or is Yurachek too optimistic? The Miami Dolphins also released a plan that would allow fans back into the stands. We cover what a college football game might look like as well.(26:56) As always, the guys then wrap the podcast with the latest wild news out of the animal kingdom and an alien update from last week… (44:47) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54 MIN3 w ago
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Louisville hit with Level 1 allegation, Arkansas sets football dates, Murder Hornets arrive

NCAA approves NIL compensation & UFOs exist

Eleven years ago, Ed O’Bannon filed his lawsuit against the NCAA that originally got the ball rolling. On Wednesday, the Board of Governors finally expressed support for recommended rule changes that would allow college athletes to be compensated for their name, image and likeness.How will these sweeping changes alter the landscape of collegiate sports? Will the rich keep getting richer? (00:33) On Thursday, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joined 1010 XL Sports Radio in Jacksonville to talk about the future of the football season. “If a couple programs aren't able [to kick off in the fall], does that stop everyone? I'm not sure it does,” Sankey insinuated. Are individual conferences really willing to break off and stage their own season? If so, what would that season look like and how would it affect college football in the long run? (36:21) Pat, Pete and Dan also delve into the weird Pentagon videos proving the existence of UFOs, the terrifying potato shortage happening across the globe, and Kentucky Derby memories from over the years. (55:15) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

66 MIN3 w ago
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NCAA approves NIL compensation & UFOs exist

Biggest CFB underachievers, Tennessee beer bandits

Luckily for you, Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde didn’t take a 48 hour Las Vegas vacation…the guys kick off this podcast with a recap of the latest episodes of “The Last Dance.” Is Dennis Rodman our hero? The 2020 NFL Draft is now in the rear view mirror and the usual suspects in LSU and Ohio State produced the most picks. Which programs underachieved with the most talent? (Looking at you, Urban Meyer) To cap the show, Judges Pat, Pete and Dan grab their gavels to preside over a case where five people broke into Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium to steal beer. Their decision will surprise…no-one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

51 MINAPR 28
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Biggest CFB underachievers, Tennessee beer bandits

Best NFL Draft Ever, Latest on CFB Season

Breaking News: We are taping the Yahoo Sports College Podcast from Mike Vrabel’s house until further notice. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde recap the wacky events that unfolded during the 2020 NFL Draft. From Old Spice robes to mullets, was that the best draft yet? The guys also have the latest surrounding the college football season start date. The last Stadium poll listed 99% of college athletic directors as optimistic in seeing a football season kicking off this school year. What is the most realistic time table at this point? How many games do we need to play to field a playoff?Pete breaks down his solution. Make sure you stick around for the important debate on what will be the first tattoo out of Georgia now the stay-at-home order has been lifted… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MINAPR 24
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Best NFL Draft Ever, Latest on CFB Season

“The Last Dance” documentary, one-time transfer rules, & JT Daniels landing spots

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde are back and drinking scotch like MJ. We share memories of Jordan from his college days and review the Bulls documentary we all watched like a live sporting event. How did Dean Smith only with one title with that team? (00:47) The NCAA will review the one-time transfer rule Friday and vote on the decision next month. Are coaches like MSU’s Tom Izzo right to be “furious” over the impending decision? (25:25) Speaking of transfers, former 5-star QB JT Daniels is out at USC. Where will he land if the one-time transfer rule passes? (45:49) Pat, Pete and Dan revisit the Rat Army story to wrap the pod… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MINAPR 21
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“The Last Dance” documentary, one-time transfer rules, & JT Daniels landing spots

Latest Episodes

NCAA approves June start, drunk & disorderly mayor madness

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest news as the NCAA D1 council approved Wednesday to allow football & basketball players back to campus starting June 1st. Can we start celebrating yet? Will we have fans in the stands? We also update you on the USC scandal & the Korean sex doll scandal as well as a brand new Podcast People’s court & and an obituary for the ages...trust us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN4 d ago
Comments
NCAA approves June start, drunk & disorderly mayor madness

UK cheerleading scandal, fall sport update, watermelon beer bandits

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and Pat Forde would be remiss to start the pod anywhere else but the state of Kentucky where there is never a dull moment. The Cats fired the entire cheerleading staff this week over quite the scandal…(00:58) Staying in the SEC, University of South Carolina President Bob Caslen announced this week that USC is changing its fall academic calendar to cancel fall break and end the semester on campus in November. How does this affect football and basketball? Also, how will recruiting be affected if high schools can't play? (21:25) Honorable Judges Wetzel, Thamel and Forde also review two cases involving sex dolls, empty stadiums, watermelon helmets and stealing alcohol in this week’s Podcast People’s Court. (53:17) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MIN1 w ago
Comments
UK cheerleading scandal, fall sport update, watermelon beer bandits

Football in the fall update, On Wisconsin, & animal threats continue

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde have you covered as they have the entire lockdown with the latest rumors swirling around college football’s chances to kickoff in the fall. What will happen when a player tests positive with COVID-19? And how many players will take Blake Snell’s stance and decide to not play? The guys also dream about their first bar stop as Wisconsin has opened the flood gates to their local watering holes. Also, is there a better game on the 2020 schedule than the Badgers vs the Fighting Irish in Lambeau? And from goats to giant lizards, we have your weekly update on the dangerous happenings around the animal kingdom. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

58 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Football in the fall update, On Wisconsin, & animal threats continue

Duke & Zion in hot water, the NCAA slams Kansas

On this packed edition of the Yahoo Sports College Podcast, Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde react to Gina Ford, the president of Prime Marketing Sports, asking Zion Williamson to admit he received “money, benefits, favors or other things of value” to go to Duke. How does this affect Zion and what can we expect to happen to Coach K and Duke? (3:01) Staying on the hardwood, the NCAA hammered Kansas with five Level I infractions. What is next for the Jayhawks and Bill Self? Could they receive more than a two-year postseason ban? (29:38) The Honorable Judges Wetzel, Thamel and Forde also review a complex case where an Omaha strip club has decided to open its doors amid the pandemic in another edition of People’s Court. (53:43) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

60 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Duke & Zion in hot water, the NCAA slams Kansas

A&M and Texas at it again, mysterious toilet flushes, chicken wars take a turn

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde are happy to talk good old fashioned hate this week as Texas A&M and Texas renewed their yearly offseason bout. When will the grudge finally move from Twitter and back to the gridiron? The guys also have the latest on the coronavirus situation as more and more universities announce they plan to host students on campus for the fall semester. Will there be a chance to host home games with fans? UGA and South Carolina are the latest schools to dive into the possibility. Also on the docket…Earl Thomas’ wild COVID-19 lockdown story, which CFB coach would flush a toilet during a conference call, and more animal uprising news coverage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

58 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A&M and Texas at it again, mysterious toilet flushes, chicken wars take a turn

Louisville hit with Level 1 allegation, Arkansas sets football dates, Murder Hornets arrive

The NCAA handed down its notice of allegations to the University of Louisville on Monday, hitting the Cardinals’ men’s basketball program with a Level I allegation — the most serious under NCAA bylaws. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde ask what does this mean for the program and just how bad could it get for the likes of Kansas?(00:40) Arkansas AD Hunter Yurachek announced this week that the university intends on opening up football practice in July. Does this mean we will be calling the Hogs come September or is Yurachek too optimistic? The Miami Dolphins also released a plan that would allow fans back into the stands. We cover what a college football game might look like as well.(26:56) As always, the guys then wrap the podcast with the latest wild news out of the animal kingdom and an alien update from last week… (44:47) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Louisville hit with Level 1 allegation, Arkansas sets football dates, Murder Hornets arrive

NCAA approves NIL compensation & UFOs exist

Eleven years ago, Ed O’Bannon filed his lawsuit against the NCAA that originally got the ball rolling. On Wednesday, the Board of Governors finally expressed support for recommended rule changes that would allow college athletes to be compensated for their name, image and likeness.How will these sweeping changes alter the landscape of collegiate sports? Will the rich keep getting richer? (00:33) On Thursday, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey joined 1010 XL Sports Radio in Jacksonville to talk about the future of the football season. “If a couple programs aren't able [to kick off in the fall], does that stop everyone? I'm not sure it does,” Sankey insinuated. Are individual conferences really willing to break off and stage their own season? If so, what would that season look like and how would it affect college football in the long run? (36:21) Pat, Pete and Dan also delve into the weird Pentagon videos proving the existence of UFOs, the terrifying potato shortage happening across the globe, and Kentucky Derby memories from over the years. (55:15) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

66 MIN3 w ago
Comments
NCAA approves NIL compensation & UFOs exist

Biggest CFB underachievers, Tennessee beer bandits

Luckily for you, Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde didn’t take a 48 hour Las Vegas vacation…the guys kick off this podcast with a recap of the latest episodes of “The Last Dance.” Is Dennis Rodman our hero? The 2020 NFL Draft is now in the rear view mirror and the usual suspects in LSU and Ohio State produced the most picks. Which programs underachieved with the most talent? (Looking at you, Urban Meyer) To cap the show, Judges Pat, Pete and Dan grab their gavels to preside over a case where five people broke into Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium to steal beer. Their decision will surprise…no-one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

51 MINAPR 28
Comments
Biggest CFB underachievers, Tennessee beer bandits

Best NFL Draft Ever, Latest on CFB Season

Breaking News: We are taping the Yahoo Sports College Podcast from Mike Vrabel’s house until further notice. Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel, and SI’s Pat Forde recap the wacky events that unfolded during the 2020 NFL Draft. From Old Spice robes to mullets, was that the best draft yet? The guys also have the latest surrounding the college football season start date. The last Stadium poll listed 99% of college athletic directors as optimistic in seeing a football season kicking off this school year. What is the most realistic time table at this point? How many games do we need to play to field a playoff?Pete breaks down his solution. Make sure you stick around for the important debate on what will be the first tattoo out of Georgia now the stay-at-home order has been lifted… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MINAPR 24
Comments
Best NFL Draft Ever, Latest on CFB Season

“The Last Dance” documentary, one-time transfer rules, & JT Daniels landing spots

Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde are back and drinking scotch like MJ. We share memories of Jordan from his college days and review the Bulls documentary we all watched like a live sporting event. How did Dean Smith only with one title with that team? (00:47) The NCAA will review the one-time transfer rule Friday and vote on the decision next month. Are coaches like MSU’s Tom Izzo right to be “furious” over the impending decision? (25:25) Speaking of transfers, former 5-star QB JT Daniels is out at USC. Where will he land if the one-time transfer rule passes? (45:49) Pat, Pete and Dan revisit the Rat Army story to wrap the pod… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MINAPR 21
Comments
“The Last Dance” documentary, one-time transfer rules, & JT Daniels landing spots
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