Posts Tagged ‘Toby Gearhart’

11.03.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Oregon dismantles USC

The Jeremiah Masoli spread is now invincible. Pete Carroll has finally met an opponent that may shake him from his ultra vanilla offense and defense. Scheme matters again in the Pac-10. Oregon has it and USC does not. Is Stanford a trap game for Oregon? Should Jeff Tedford be fired for that halfback pass call […]

10.27.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Bracing for USC vs. Oregon

Another week come and gone. Oregon, USC, Arizona, and Stanford look to be the cream at this point. In that order for now. If I’m a UCLA fan, at what point am I allowed to voice my frustration that Rick Neuheisel has yet to find a way to consistently score? If I’m a Washington fan, […]

10.20.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Arizona and Stanford show America what the Pac-10 is about

43-38. Both quarterbacks throwing for over 400 yards. Arizona and Stanford played the beautiful game last Saturday in Tucson. I really am passionate about the football played in this conference. I think it’s the best. The SEC is nice, but the Pac-10 has always had more innovative/effective offenses. Florida’s 23-20 win over Arkansas was alright, […]

10.06.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Time to take Stanford seriously?

We now live in an America where Jahvid Best has had less than four yards per carry in each of his last two games. On what can I rely, universe?!? Oh yeah, WSU lost by a lot at Oregon. Washington was unable to move the ball forward three feet despite numerous opportunities. Is Stanford a […]

09.29.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Oregon beats down Cal

So, uh…about those Huskies. Not exactly where we thought they were. But really nobody was where we thought they were last week. Fig Jam and I picked every game wrong against the spread. Every single game. This week? Wholesale changes to our picking process to hedge against a similar outcome! Should WSU have burned Jeff […]

09.22.09 Pac-10 Football Podcast – Locker, Huskies Arrive

Much to say as Washington gets their biggest win since Miami in 2000. Jake Locker came up with two throws on that final drive that Husky fans will talk about for years. UW’s previously maligned kicking game found a new Folk Hero (thanks Dr. Fig Jam) as young master Erik came of age in a […]