Justin and Sean discuss their criteria for a great head football coach, and who their top 5 head football coaches are in 2018. FBI profilers and IMFB podcasters use the method of: How + Why = Who. How they’re successful and why they coach should lead to which coaches make this list. From Nick Saban to conversations about Kevin Sumlin- this podcast is 50 minutes of rants about culture, recruiting, and google searches.
Film Don’t Lie is presented by Saturday Blitz’s College Football 5th Quarter series. Today’s episode covers the 2018 spring football season’s 2 losers and 3 winners. The losers were the Michigan Wolverines and Miami Hurricanes. The winners were THE Ohio State Buckeyes, Oregon Ducks and Nebraska Cornhuskers. I graded this on the hype it built for the season, momentum gained, and how the teams looked on the field of play.
This Valentine’s week edition of Film Don’t Lie covers a variety of topics in and around college football such as an update on the transfer rule aka the great compromise offered by the Big 12, also how former Heisman Trophy winning Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel is making his comeback. Pushing into the spring season of 2018, there are 5 major storylines to gloss over, Urban Meyer’s loaded coaching staff, and Bill C’s pre-season S&P+ rankings are up. Plus the ticker is all about love and college football.
Justin discusses Herm Edwards coordinator situation at Arizona State, Dabo Swinney negative recruiting against Urban Meyer, offensive minded coaches winning recruiting wars, Lane Kiffin’s glorious year, and Kirby Smart as top Dawg at UGA.
Episode 23 is called “TV Land” and Justin is chatting w/ Tampa Catholic Head Coach Mike Gregory. Mike & Justin brainstorm over Justin’s idea to have coaches on a TV show where he interviews them doing random things. ex: Mike Leach at IKEA or PJ Fleck having to paddle a boat vs. row one. Maybe James Franklin would like to go to a water park? Helping Mark Richt find an all black outfit at a Marshalls or making coffee cups at a pottery place with Coach Ken.
Mike Leach ponders Swedish meatballs and building entire rooms with an allen wrench