It's one of the big ones: Episode 150. And while we're certainly proud of the accomplishment, the postseason news continues to flood us. So where we've done retrospectives in the past, today we look forward. We are first joined by Brian Cook from mGoBlog to discuss the coaching situation at Michigan. Then, in the second part of the show, we talk with former Hawkeye tight end (and potential future Iowa assistant) Marv Cook about his time at Iowa, his current view of the coaching staff, and his son, Iowa commit Drew Cook.
November 30th, 2014
November 26th, 2014
We have reached the last week of the NOVEMBER OF HATE, and with Nebraska rolling into Kinnick Stadium this weekend, we called up Brian Towle (@btbowling) of Corn Nation. This phrase actually gets used: "I don't see how Nebraska could win this game." But who said it? What a mystery! This show is as hot as Bo Pelini's seat.
November 21st, 2014
For Wisconsin Week, we're joined by Jake Kocorowski (@JakeKocoB5Q), the podcast guy at our Wisconsin sister site Bucky's 5th Quarter. We discuss Melvin Gordon, Melvin Gordon, the quarterback situation, Melvin Gordon, the Four Horsemen, and then some Melvin Gordon.
November 13th, 2014
We contacted our old friend, CBS Sports college football guy and former Champaign Room proprietor Tom Fornelli (@TomFornelli) about being on this week's podcast. It took us about three minutes to realize that none of us were particularly interested in this game. And that's when this became the most heavily-edited BHGPodcast in history. The 45 minutes that are least likely to get us thrown in jail are what's left for you.
November 6th, 2014
It comes down to this: Four consecutive HATE WEEKS with border rivals, with a division title on the line. That means four consecutive HATE WEEK podcasts, which always end up in a pile of fire and beer.
October 16th, 2014
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 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.