Coffey, Fank & Pope say farewell to Coach Matt Rhule, share their initial reactions and discuss potential head coach replacements for Baylor Football.
Multiple reporters confirming that Coach Matt Rhule is finalizing a deal to leave Baylor to become the next head coach of the Carolina Panthers.
Coffey, Fank & Pope take a quick look at the College Football Playoff, coaching rumors, and break down Baylor’s tilt against Georgia in the Sugar Bowl!
Fank and Pope are joined by SicEm365’s Grayson Grundhoefer to talk a little volleyball, puppet signing videos, and the early signing period for Baylor Football!
Baylor Bears 2019 Football Season
Coffey, Fank, and Pope discuss the fact that Baylor football is 11-1, recap that dominant win over Kansas that is a great tune-up for the Championship, then look ahead to the potential bowl scenarios for the Bears. Plus Sour Grapes with Amy and Etta!
Coffey, Fank & Pope celebrate 200 episodes of the podcast, a massive win for Baylor volleyball, and look ahead to a colossal Baylor Football tilt with Texas on Saturday, where nothing less than a berth in the Big 12 Championship Game on the line.
Coffey, Fank & Pope break down the good and bad of an amazing day in Waco that included College GameDay, an incredible atmosphere, an amazing first half and a disappointing finish. Amy & Etta are back with Sour Grapes to help us all feel better!
It’s a mega-sized podcast this week with Coffey, Fank & Peter leading things off with a recap of the Halloween victory over West Virginia, then the Sour Grapes Podcast with Amy & Etta sharing the salt in advance of TCU Love Week!
Coffey, Fank, & Peter do their usual thing, recapping a wild weekend in Big 12 Football and looking forward to a Halloween matchup against West Virginia. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! Amy Pagitt and Bayloretta take to the air waves to have some good natured fun.
Coffey, Fank & Pope recap the impressive victory over Oklahoma State in Stillwater last Saturday, plus engage in some bye-week speculation and make some picks! Things are getting fun, y’all
The only real downside is that Charlie Brewer’s Heisman campaign is off to a rocky start because he barely plays.