Tonight, we are joined by Pete Volk (@Pete_Volk), managing editor at Testudo Times and SB Nation college football contributor, to discuss this weekend's Iowa-Maryland game...or at least something like that. We take a detour to Flavortown, make a stop at Do You Even Want to Be in the Big Ten City, and end up in wherever Purdue is.
October 16th, 2014
October 9th, 2014
After taking our own idle week, the podcast returns to preview Saturday's game against Indiana. Joining us is Zach Osterman (@zachosterman), Indiana Hoosiers reporter for the Indianapolis Star. Zach tells us whether Indiana's experienced offensive line can neutralize the Iowa defensive front seven, who will win the battle of who can care less between Indiana's defense and Iowa's offense, and whether Kevin Wilson is long for the world of Bloomington.
September 23rd, 2014
Get ready for OUR MOST HATED HATE WEEK this weekend with Travis Miller of Hammer & Rails, probably the only blogger to nearly be run over by Donna Shalala at a baseball game. Because ▯_▯. We talk about that, and the state of Purdue football two years removed from Danny Hope.
September 16th, 2014
OK, enough of this negative bullshit. Let's have some fun. It's Pitt Week, and so we talk Pitt with the internet's most iconic Pitt fan. We're talking, of course, about Iron Chef Spilly (@IAmSpilly). We talk about Pitt's running game, the effect of Dave Wannstedt on television, and white chocolate aioli. It's a treat, because everything Spilly makes is a treat.
September 11th, 2014
And now, this week's main event: Iowa-Iowa State, with a preview by KnowDan (@WRNLKnowDan) from Wide Right & Natty Lite. It's the sensible, smart analysis you expect from Iowa State fans during Cy-Hawk Week. Beware of some serious Paul Rhoads discussion ahead.
September 9th, 2014
And just like that, it's gone.
September 9th, 2014
You might want to listen to this before we revisit the Penn State sanctions with ex-bloggers Chris Grovich and Kevin Powers: Our podcast from July 23, 2012, the night after the NCAA had dropped the hammer on the Nittany Lions. It was an open question of whether Penn State would soon become the next SMU, a smoldering crater where a proud football program once stood. As it turned out, through two smart coaching hires, some leadership from the team's upperclassmen, and a remarkable reversal of public opinion, none of that happened.
September 3rd, 2014
If you haven't frequented Over the Pylon, the best (and, as we learn, worst) blog about Ball State on this here information superhighway, you're missing out on one of the most bizarre, deranged, and brilliant communities of college football fans out there. Today, we invite a bit of that into BHGP: OTP contributor, photoshop amateur, and professional Jason Whitlock inciter Alan Rucker (@OverThePylon) is on the show to preview this weekend's Iowa-Ball State game in the only way we know how. Specifically, by talking about P.J. Fleck. Because P.J. Fleck is incredible.
August 28th, 2014
More than five years ago, we recorded our first podcast, with The Gazette's Marc Morehouse (@marcmorehouse) as the guest. Since then, he's started his own podcast, Iowa's gone up and down and back up again, and Adam and I have moved approximately 47 times. But every August, we get back together with Mas Casa to prepare for the season.
August 21st, 2014
As for the sound, here is what happened: My laptop started having a power issue last week, so I did what any red-blooded American would do. I bought a new one. Unfortunately, my mic didn't get properly calibrated for the first round of podcast calls, so it sounds like the questions are coming in from a submarine. Don't worry, for I am fine, and by the Penn State call we have improved from "Charlie Brown's dad" to something borderline comprehensible. Just listen to the answers, which are not mucked up by my stupidity, and make up your own question. What I'm saying is it's like Jeopardy.