DiNardo Breaks Down Meyer, Penn StateWith reports surfacing that Urban Meyer will take over as head coach at Ohio State, Gerry GiNardo of the Big Ten Network joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to discuss all the hot-button moves in college football.
DiNardo Breaks Down College Football Gerry DiNardo of the Big Ten Network joined The Mully and Hanley Show to give his picks for this week's college football games.
DiNardo: PSU Plans To Play In Bowl GameThe Nittany Lions are bowl-eligible, but whether or not the team will accept a bowl bid remains to be seen.
DiNardo: Everyone Involved Should PayAs the child sexual abuse allegations against former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky continue to evolve, one college football experts thinks the truth behind this scandal runs much deeper than anyone truly knows.
DiNardo: Be Cautious With Luck One college football analyst, however, said people should be careful before they crown Luck as the best of the best.
DiNardo Breaks Down No. 1 v. No. 2With one of the most talked-about college football games of all time coming up this Saturday between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Alabama, Gerry DiNardo of the Big Ten Network joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show to break down the game.
DiNardo Talks Big TenGerry DiNardo of The Big Ten Network joined The Boers and Bernstein Show to break down the Big Ten match ups from last weekend and preview this week's games.
Les Miles: LSU-Alabama Biggest Game Ever?Many have hyped Saturday's SEC showdown as the biggest college football game ever and Miles didn't necessarily disagree with that claim.
DiNardo Breaks Down College Football Jerry Dinardo joined The Mully and Hanley Show to breakdown all of college football.
Without Change, College Football Recruiting Will 'Get Worse Every Year'Once revered for being a beacon of integrity, Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel signed on Monday, in the midst of a scandal. While the scandal is new to Tressel and Ohio State, it's not new at all to college football.
Bernstein: Why Are We Not Angrier At Brian Kelly?A college football coach is responsible for a dead kid, and we don’t really seem to care.