September 21, 2010

Podcast Episode 3: “Hosts Collide”

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By The Daily Axe Staff

Willys and Dave discuss the Stanford-Wake Forest blowout, Arizona’s big win over Iowa, a truly pitiful college football fan, and the rest of Weeks 3 and 4 action. The pair also disagree on several big games coming up this weekend, including the Stanford-Notre Dame showdown in South Bend. Have a listen.



Willys and Dave discuss the upcoming Arizona-Cal game. (Image by avinashkunnath via Flickr)

For those of you interested in sending Dave hate mail, he can be reached at He welcomes–and with open arms, no less–all negative feedback on the terrible predictions he made in this episode of the program. So go ahead and give him a virtual piece of your mind.

We published the podcast earlier this week so that more listeners will have a chance to hear the episode before college games kick off on Thursday (when Miami plays Pitt). Expect the next episode of The Daily Axe Podcast at this time next week. Until then, thanks once again for your listening and support of And remember, this episode is also available for free on the iTunes Music Store.

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