After Saturday's crushing loss to Utah, Jay Drew of The Salt Lake Tribune joins the podcast to tell us what changes (if any) the coaching staff plans for the offense. He also elaborates on the bizarre story surrounding the suspension of linebacker of Spencer Hadley.
Adam and Matt do not discuss firing Bronco or officiating, but focus on what is wrong with the Cougar offense and whether drastic steps are needed to fix it. They also provide predictions for Friday's game against Middle Tennessee.
And lastly, in a podcast first, corespondent Sean Walker interviews freshman soccer player Ashley Hatch, including a discussion about her game-winning penalty kick against Utah.
It's all about the rivalry, and Adam and Matt break down the big game. Is the BYU rushing attack for real? Can the BYU defense slow down a productive Utah offense? If the Ute defense neutralizes the Cougar rushing attack, can Taysom Hill win the game with his arm? And will any BYU receivers not named Cody Hoffman step up for the Cougars? The boys answer all those questions, including some from the #Tweetbag.
It was a massive victory for the Cougars, so we had to bring back on our friend Greg Wrubell the voice of the Cougars on KSL. He gives his impressions of the team through two weeks and sizes up the BYU offense.
Adam and Matt then recap the game, extolling the virtues of the BYU defense and Taysom Hill (who Matt insists on calling Taters). They answer a load of #Tweetbag questions, including who's the best comparison for Taysom. They also tell you why Utah fans are delusional.
First-time guest Brian Logan joins the podcast to break down what went wrong against Virginia and what BYU needs to do better against Texas. He also analyses the BYU DBs and talks about his first impressions of Provo and BYU when he stepped on campus for the first time four years ago.
Adam and Matt then discuss the offensive line troubles, Cody Hoffman's status for Saturday, and Taysom Hill's health. They also preview the Texas game. And they weigh in on the question on everyone's mind: can Ben Affleck really be Batman.