In this abbreviated bowl-centric episode, Davis dives into Wyoming's Arizona Bowl matchup with Georgia State, runs through the rest of the Mountain West's bowl lineup, gives his thoughts on the College Football Playoff semifinal matchups and predicts his national champion.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss Wyoming's season-ending loss to Air Force that followed a familiar pattern for the Cowboys down the stretch. Davis then gives his best guess as to where Wyoming will go for its bowl game before the conversation pivots to basketball ahead of the Cowboys' Mountain West opener against Air Force.
Davis and Brady reconvene to discuss Wyoming's last two nail-biting losses and look ahead to the all-important Border War on Friday. The conversation then shifts to a slow start for the Cowboys on the hardwood, particularly on one end of the floor.
Davis and Brady reconvene to briefly talk Wyoming basketball's season-opening win before shifting the conversation to the Cowboys' trip to No. 21 Boise State for a massive Mountain West showdown Saturday. Boise State beat writer B.J. Rains also joins the show to further preview the matchup and discuss the Mountain West football season so far.
During this bye-week episode, Davis and Brady briefly discuss the November gauntlet awaiting Wyoming before Davis ranks the degree of difficulty of each game left on the Cowboys' schedule. The conversation then shifts to men's basketball ahead of Wyoming's exhibition Wednesday night.
Davis and Brady reconvene to briefly recap Wyoming's last two games and look ahead to the Cowboys' tilt with Nevada. They also discuss how the Mountain West bowl picture could be impacted by Boise State's loss and why it makes Wyoming's game against the Wolf Pack all the more important.
Davis and Brady return during Wyoming's bye week to discuss the Cowboys' 4-1 start following their convincing win over UNLV. The conversation then shifts to the Fair Pay to Play Act recently signed into law in California and how it could affect Wyoming athletics.