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Monday, October 31, 2011

Vandy Wrap; South Carolina Preview

The crew celebrates Halloween with a discussion of the hard-fought 31-28 victory over Vanderbilt.  We look ahead to the top 10 matchup this weekend in Fayetteville with South Carolina, and the titanic Alabama-LSU #1 vs. #2 matchup going head to head on your broadcast schedule with the Hogs game.  Johnny rants about the missed calls in the USC-Stanford game, and the picks contest loves the status quo.  JimmyG has a female fan, according to the mailbag?

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Razorpod Picks - Week 9

The national picks roll on, and the crew welcomes longtime pod fan, Tracy in Tulsa, as a guest expert this week.

PW (29-19): Nebraska, Oklahoma, Stanford, Florida, Arkansas, Tennessee
JF (33-15): Michigan State, Oklahoma, Stanford, Georgia, Arkansas, Ole Miss
TL (30-18): Nebraska, Oklahoma, Stanford, Georgia, Arkansas, Syracuse
JG (30-18): Nebraska, Oklahoma, USC, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech

Tracy: Michigan State, Oklahoma, Stanford, Georgia, Arkansas, Western Kentucky

Monday, October 24, 2011

Ole Miss Wrap; Vanderbilt Preview

On tonight's Very Special episode of Razorpod, guest host Tracy from Tulsa joins the crew to discuss the HDN Special that went down in Oxford on Saturday.  The Hogs pulled out the 29-24 win over the Rebels, thanks to a late game interception and a tremendous second half.  After being down 17-0, Willy Robinson made halftime adjustments and the offense came alive.  The crew discusses why the Hogs start so slowly, whether the staff can start making better adjustments in the first half, and what needs to happen down the stretch to make sure we don't have a loss to an inferior team.  Picks contest remains static, and Johnny and Jimmy G rant about TV's influence on the average fan's college football enjoyment.

The Many Faces of Houston Nutt

HDN prior to kickoff against the Razorbacks at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium this weekend.

HDN up 17-7 at halftime, and dominating time of possession against the Razorbacks.

HDN as the Razorbacks seize control of the game and hand the Rebels their tenth consecutive SEC defeat.

The man is a true thespian. The Lon Chaney, Jr. of his day. His moods and facial expressions tell the tale. Houston, we hardly knew ye.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Razorpod Picks - Week 8

Hotty, Toddy, Flim, Flam, Hot Damn, Giggity! HDN and his merry band of Rebels host the Hogs this Saturday. Ole Miss has lost nine straight SEC games, is heading towards an epic Egg Bowl matchup with equally winless in SEC play, Mississippi State, and the Right Reverend's (thank you, Rece Davis) seat is warmer than asphault on Markham Street in July (thank you, Wally Hall). The crew predicts the Hogs game with Ole Miss as well as some national games of mild interest.

PW (25-17): Notre Dame, LSU, Stanford, Michigan State, Arkansas, SMU

JF (30-12): Notre Dame, LSU, Stanford, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Washington State

TL (26-16): USC, LSU, Stanford, Wisconsin, Arkansas, North Carolina

JG (27-15): Notre Dame, LSU, Stanford, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Northwestern

Monday, October 17, 2011

Ole Miss Preview

The crew is rested and healthy after the bye week.  Its HDN mania on the podcast, as JimmyG relates his  hatred of the Razorbacks' former coach.  Our thoughts are tinged with a bit of sadness, however, as this may be the last year we see Houston and his crew in the SEC.  Ole Miss has now lost 9 straight SEC games after their trouncing at the hands of Alabama.  We preview the game, and then speculate about Missouri's addition to the SEC and what that might mean for divisional realignment.  As usual, our mailbag runneth over this week.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Razorpod Picks - Week 7

A bitter pill for Jimmy G as Chris Fowler tweets that College Gameday was set to head to the Palouse and Pullman, Washington for the Stanford-Wazzu game, until Washington State lost an eight point lead and fell to UCLA last Saturday night. A crushing blow. On with this week's picks:

PW (20-16): Oregon, Texas A&M, Michigan State, Oklahoma State, Auburn, Purdue
JF (27-9): Oregon, Texas A&M, Michigan, Oklahoma State, Florida, Wake Forest
TL (22-14): Oregon, Texas A&M, Michigan, Oklahoma State, Auburn, Mississippi State
JG (23-13): Oregon, Texas A&M, Michigan, Oklahoma State, Auburn, Virginia

Monday, October 10, 2011

Auburn Wrap

The Razorbacks had a great 38-14 victory over the Auburn Tigers on Saturday, and 3 of the Razorpodders were there to witness it.  The crew discusses the win, and looks at the rest of the schedule for some rank speculation about the rest of the season's games.  Johnny F. opens a commanding lead in the picks contest, and yours truly brings up the rear.  Bye week coming up, but next week is HDN time, so we will have a preview show.  Enjoy the show, and enjoy the big win over Auburn.

Gene Chizik rips a massive fart prior to Arkansas' 38-14 victory over Auburn.
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Friday, October 07, 2011

Red River Rivalry

The Razorpod Crew will be in Fayetteville for the Hogs showdown with Auburn tomorrow, but at least one pod member's heart will be in Dallas, Texas for a few hours early in the day. OU-Texas brings back fond memories of undergrad days in Norman and trips to Dallas and the Texas State Fair for the big game. From 1990-1994, yours truly had the good fortune of attending the Red River Rivalry. The arrival of Jimmy G in Norman coincided with a four game losing streak for the Sooners in the game, but my last trip to the Cotton Bowl resulted in an OU blowout victory. All college football fans should make the journey at least once as it is an electric atmosphere and plenty of craziness ensues the Friday night beforehand. If you can't make it this year, please tune into ABC at 11:00 a.m. Boomer Sooner!

Jimmy G

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Razorpod Picks - Week 6

An apology to our loyal listeners and readers of the blog for not posting the Week 5 picks. A good 5-1 week for Johnny Fayetteville gives him a four game lead in the picks contest. Week 6 Picks:

PW (16-14): Nebraska, Tennessee, LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Northwestern
JF (22-8): Nebraska, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas Tech
TL (17-13): Nebraska, Tennessee, LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas State
JG (18-12): Nebraska, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ball State

Monday, October 03, 2011

A&M Wrap; Auburn Preview

Arkansas had a stirring second-half comeback to win the 3rd Southwest Classic against Texas A&M on Saturday.  Tyler Wilson had a school-record 515 yards passing, most of which went to co-SEC Offensive Player of the Week Jarious Wright.  The Hogs looked awful defensively, and committed far too many penalties, but took advantage of cautious Aggie play-calling down the stretch.

Next up is the defending national champion Auburn Tigers, with Arkansas products Kiehl Frazier, Michael Dyer, and Gus Mal-a-zahn coming to Fayetteville.  This game is a crucial one for the Hogs' SEC hopes, and a victory this weekend could really boost the team to a nice stretch run.  The crew spends way too much time in this week's show gloating over the A&M win, and fretting a bit about Auburn.  Picks contest remains pretty static, although JimmyG really came back to earth after last week's showing.

Hogs Come Back to Beat Aggies - Fans Displeased

After trailing 35-17 at the half and giving up almost 400 yards of offense, the Hogs rallied in the second half to defeat the Texas A & M Aggies 42-38 on Broderick Green's go ahead touchdown with 1:41 remaining. It was the first time the Hogs had the lead all day, and it took a 4th down stop with about a minute left to seal the victory.

The Aggies were no doubt shellshocked, including this fan. It was the kind of improbable win that can spark a really good season. The Hogs have Auburn coming to Fayetteville this weekend, and are (implausibly) 10 point favorites?!?!?!?