The final two weeks of the college football season is about to bring us some drama, bickering and debates long after the 13-member committee determines which four teams go to the inaugural College Football Playoff at the FBS level.
Rick Neuheisel, former UCLA head coach, current analyst with the Pac 12 Network and avid guitar player, is a regular guest on The Dan Patrick Show and has had a jam session or two over the phone with Dan and the Danettes during the past few seasons.
Neuheisel first got attention with his Springsteen cover of "Born in the USA," with his song "Born in the SEC" back in November 2013 and followed it up with a "National Title Song" before Auburn played Florida State in the final BCS Championship Game.
With the installation of the playoff system, Neuheisel played a "Stairway to Heaven" parody called "Stairway to Playoffs." Like the original Led Zeppelin song, it was about eight minutes long. It is, without a doubt, the best song he's performed on the show.
Tuesday, Rick was back with another song that best described the situation the committee faces the next two weeks.
Here's Rick Neuheisel preforming a cover of Jimmy Buffett's "Volcano" simply titled from the lyrics of the song "I Don't Know."
[Dan Patrick Show]