In the first hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to the announcement that Mel Tucker is accepting the offer to become the head football coach at Michigan State University. Tyler explains where Mel Tucker went wrong in recent weeks as he interacted with the public. Is Darrin Chiaverini best suited to assume the head coaching responsibilities in the interim? The guys discuss which candidates should be on the short list to replace Tucker as head coach.
In the second hour, DMac, Tyler and Nick react to the announcement that Mel Tucker is accepting the offer to become the head football coach at Michigan State University. DMac explains how his opinion of Mel Tucker as a coach has changed. The guys react to comments on social media from Drew Pearson and others connected to the Mel Tucker situation. Mike Pritchard joins the show to give his thoughts on CU’s coaching situation, Mel Tucker and where the university goes from here.
In the third hour, the guys continued to react to the Mel Tucker news. How can college football get fixed on the business side of things? Chad Brown joined the show to give his reaction on Mel Tucker leaving. Is Chad interested in the head coaching job? Chad explained why Tucker should have never played these things out like this.
In the final hour, the fellas give their thoughts on Mel Tucker accepting the job at Michigan St. Troy Renck joined the show to break down the news he’s heard about who could be the next head coach up at CU. Broncos defensive lineman Shelby Harris joined the show to talk about what he expects in free agency. Could the Packers be a possible landing spot?
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