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WEST BY POD VIRGINIA: The Airing of Grievances

We’ve got a short episode this week because the state of Kansas abolished podcasts in the 1800s. Many people don’t realize this, but it’s true.

Topics covered include:

  • PODCAST BUSINESS: Buy our shirts @ 1863drygoods.com.
  • West Virginia picked up a good win over a ranked Texas Tech on the road, and we’re here to eat crow.
  • We’ve got our own turnover prop now, and it’s actually good.
  • Keith Washington and Kliff Kingsbury won the week.
  • Alabama is still murdering opponents, but didn’t cover so it’s time to fire Nick Saban.
  • It took exactly one week for James Franklin to say “Hold my beer” and run a worse fourth down play than that thing Kansas State ran against West Virginia last week.
  • Notre Dame is definitely making the playoff.
  • RIP Pat Narduzzi.
  • The ultimate Texas Back opportunity looms ahead, and if the Longhorns win the Red River Shootout we have to retire the Texas Back joke.
  • Outside of the Red River Shootout, the rest of the Big 12 slate - and most of the national slate - is complete ass. Scheduling this year is extremely backloaded for everyone and it’s making for boring weeks early in the season.
  • To wrap up the most negative podcast ever recorded, we air our grievances about fans complaining about a ranked road conference win and the coal rush movement.