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Can we roll dice in order to fill not just the Oklahoma and Notre Dame jobs, but every single open head coaching job in FBS? (The answer: Yes, but it might end up with Lane Kiffin coaching at a genuinely shocking destination.)
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The intrepid crew of the good ship Fullcast are joined by Michael Felder and Emily Kirk for a series of loud arguments concerning Thanksgiving and the celebration thereof.
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On what we like to call #GivingTuesday, the Fullcast crew opened the floor for those seeking advice. On the way to solving all of our reader's life problems we invented the Georgia Divorce Ranch, Cryptocurrency for Kids, and the world's dankest roulette wheel. Put all of your listening dollars on 69, and subscribe and thrive.
To celebrate the advent of November and crunch time in college football, we spend all but thirty seconds of this episode discussing the trials and tribulations of owning and properly caring for an emotional support monkey.
On this episode, we have guest Michael Felder from Hand in the Dirt to discuss the marvels of Arkansas QB KJ Jefferson, going to the movies around retirement home schedules, how the wedge salad is "The Bloomin' Onion of healthy foods," the terror of the fade route, and Spencer tries to convince everyone the best job in college football involves the alma mater of the most successful vampire fiction author of all time.
We talk about the stupidest fights we've ever seen. Then, we review a simply incredible list of reader submitted fights including:
--Soldiers staging a multi-room brawl over a ham sandwich
--Tussling over the rules of...hacky-sack?
--A man fighting for his right to eat old beef
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This week the Fullcast discusses trading Florida for Italy, why Big Tex should be burned down every year at Texas/OU, discusses how potatoes are a more desirable commodity than time, looks at how hard Arkansas and Ole Miss will try way too hard to make something happen this weekend, and we beg everyone to please stop putting Arizona in the cart.
The crew discusses UConn-Vanderbilt, one of the most attendable* games of this season before moving on to the important stuff: a meticulous and painstaking guide to regional fast food ordering, which winds up angering our beloved producer more than anything else we've ever said on this show.
*Unless you're a 12-foot skeleton
Notes: The gang picks their preseason top four college football teams. What do you mean, “This sounds like a trap”? Look, just get through Spencer’s alarming affection for Tim Tebow and we promise there’s jokes on the other side. Visit sunny preownedairboats.com!
- We made a bunch of new conferences, and got rid of all the other schools, you are welcome.
- This is a lot of work, so we brought in two (2) NEW guest conference commissioners.
- Because we had company, the episode suffers a massive audio failure halfway through.
- A new musical instrument joins the show!
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