October 17, 2019
Mark Ennis, publisher of the Louisville Rivals.com site and a prominent radio personality in Louisville, joins the podcast to talk the dramatic culture change with the Cardinals under first-year coach Scott Satterfield. Ennis also looks back on the wreck under Bobby Petrino, who wouldn't even give some of his own assistant coaches his cell number. And SI national college football writer Ross Dellenger tells us how he uncovered a really cool story on Trevor Lawrence earlier this season, plus his thoughts on college football's best teams six weeks in.
October 10, 2019
Riley Morningstar, a former Clemson student and intern at Tigerillustrated.com, was bitten hard by the newspaper bug. Now a news reporter at the Seneca Journal, Morningstar explains how a person so young can be so enthralled with an industry many see as antiquated. Morningstar also talks what it was like learning how the media thing worked while at TI, and also how he handled Dabo Swinney taking angry exception to one of his questions back in 2016 after a loss to Pitt.
October 3, 2019
In October of 2008, a few former Clemson players recorded individual videos that the Tigers would watch in the locker room before they took on Georgia Tech in Dabo Swinney's first game as coach. Charlie Whitehurst was one of the voices that day. "Fight for Dabo," he told them. "I don't know what kind of football coach he's going to be, but I know he's a leader. And I know I would fight for him." Eleven years and two national championships later, Whitehurst joins The Dubcast to talk Dabo, Trevor Lawrence and a bunch of other stuff.
September 27, 2019
Chris Hairston arrived at Clemson in 2006 in a class that included C.J. Spiller, Jacoby Ford, Ricky Sapp and Byron Maxwell. He left Clemson in December of 2010 after an awful loss to South Florida cemented a disappointing 6-7 season. Hairston joins The Dubcast to talk Dabo Swinney, playing in the NFL, life after the NFL, and a bunch of other stuff.
September 20, 2019
The McElrathbey brothers are in Clemson for the filming of "Safety," a Disney movie that tells their remarkable story from 2006 when Ray Ray took custody of his then-11-year-old brother as their mother battled addiction to crack cocaine. They joined The Dubcast to reflect on that crazy time, and to update on what they've been up to in recent years.
September 16, 2019
While pulling Austin Peay from the wreckage of a 29-game losing streak, and now as a first-year head coach of the Charlotte 49ers, Will Healy uses the Dabo Swinney model for leading a program and building a culture.
September 13, 2019
John Corry joins The Dubcast to share details on the exhaustive chronicling of Bobby Bowden's brilliant tenure and legacy at Florida State. The documentary aired for the first time in movie theaters in January of 2017 and is now being shown on The ACC Network.
September 9, 2019
Andrea Adelson of ESPN and Ralph Russo of The Associated Press join The Dubcast to reflect on what they saw from the Death Valley press box over the weekend when Clemson drubbed Texas A&M.
September 6, 2019
Monster guitarist and monster Clemson fan, Zach Thigpen joins The Dubcast to talk music and Clemson football. At halftime of Saturday's game against Texas A&M, he'll shred with the Tiger band at midfield -- and then he'll do the same thing Sunday in Charlotte for the Rams-Panthers game.
September 3, 2019
Cole Cubelic of ESPN joins us to talk Texas A&M-Clemson after spending last week visiting with Jimbo Fisher and other Aggies coaches in College Station. Corey Clark of Warchant.com visits to reflect on the second-half mess by Florida State last week against Boise State in Tallahassee. Cubelic also gives his thoughts on Jordan Burch after covering his game last week in Columbia.