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Your favorite college football podcast’s favorite college football podcast. Hosted by Steven Godfrey and a handsome supporting cast from SB Nation's Banner Society.
Rank #1: 2.0 Preseason: Let’s Talk About Football With New Friends.
Godfrey is joined by friends of the program Bud Elliott and Richard Johnson to discuss the appropriate levels of mockery for the Pac 12, why Utah is such an appealing pick, Florida State’s trash APR, and has anyone noticed BYU’s future schedules? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: A blank Baylor slate, dumb Tom Herman story lines, and ... a good hire at Purdue?.
Bill and Godfrey reunite after a week apart to grade coaching changes (Baylor's restart, a great Purdue hire, and ... holy smokes, did recruiting in Florida just get a lot hire), preview an underrated weekend, and answer reader questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bruce Feldman and Stewart Mandel discuss the latest in college football, interviewing the biggest names and giving you insight into the most relevant topics you won't find anywhere else. From National Signing Day to the National Championship, Bruce and Stew have you covered year-round.
Rank #1: 11/28: The insane Ohio State-Michigan game & The Great Playoff Debate.
Bruce and Stew react to this weekend's crazy Ohio State-Michigan game and how the Buckeyes fit into the College Football Playoff picture (4:00); Is the CFP committee voting on which team is most deserving, or which team is better? (20:00); Is there any chance anyone else can surge past Louisville's Lamar Jackson in the Heisman race? (22:30); Charlie Strong is finally out at Texas and Tom Herman has been hired as his replacement (31:00); The decision to hire Ed Orgeron as the permanent head coach ay LSU (36:00); Bruce's run-in with the marching band at the Texas-TCU game going viral (47:00); and more.
Rank #2: 11/30: Reaction to Oregon firing Mark Helfrich & new College Football Playoff rankings.
Bruce and Stew are joined by Lindsay Schnell of Sports Illustrated to discuss Oregon firing head coach Mark Helfrich and the bizarre way it was done; Serious coaching candidates to replace Helfrich (6:00); Could the Ducks lure Greg Schiano away from Ohio State (16:30); Plus your questions about crazy playoff scenarios, the coaching carousel and more answered in this week’s Mailbag (19:00).
Cover 3 College Football Podcast is the perfect call for any die-hard fan. Join hosts Chip Patterson and Barton Simmons as they take you from National Signing Day to the national championship with in-depth analysis from some of the biggest names in the sport. Cover 3 offers insider insight on the hottest topics in college football, tells you who is creating a buzz and previews each weekend with against-the-spread locks. From coaching searches to quarterback battles and everything in between, Cover 3 has it locked down.
Rank #1: Hugh Freeze out at Ole Miss, recruiting trail updates and Big Ten West win totals.
It's a packed Monday show on the 247Sports College Football Podcast, leading with reaction to Hugh Freeze's resignation at Ole Miss. Chip Patterson and Barton Simmons dissect how things came undone for the Rebels and where they might look next for his replacement. Also, a big recruiting win for Florida over the weekend and over/under picks for the Big Ten West win totals.01:00 -- Ole Miss explains Hugh Freeze's resignation 04:21 -- Houston Nutt's role in the story 11:30 -- What's next for Ole Miss 14:45 -- Coaching rumors! What's a realistic option for the Rebels21:30 -- Florida's big recruiting weekend25:50 -- The history of Florida's Friday Night Lights, and other on-campus events29:00 -- Is Wisconsin a playoff dark horse? 34:00 -- Northwestern can go as far as Clayton Thorson can throw38:00 -- Minnesota's P.J. Fleck is more than catchphrases40:55 -- Good defense, ugly wins ahead for Iowa 43:45 -- Expecting a step back for Nebraska 46:33 -- Big name doesn't mean big wins for Lovie Smith at Illinois50:00 -- It'll take time, but we're buying Jeff Brohm long term Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Week 10 Locks: The Game of the Year of the Century (11/1).
Barton Simmons, Chip Patterson and Tom Fornelli of SportsLine fame make against the spread and over-under picks for Alabama-LSU and rest of the Week 10 slate in college football. Tune in for breakdowns of Florida-Missouri (6:30), Alabama-LSU (10:25). Georgia-Kentucky (18:30), Texas-West Virginia (25:20), Miami-Duke (31:00), Army-Air Force (33:45), Washington-Stanford (35:15), Notre Dame-Northwestern (39:00), FIU-FAU (42:25), Ohio State-Nebraska (54:00) and many more. Episode brought to you by ZipRecruiter.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Fullcast celebrates all of the absurdity of college football, and is frequently, often, not about college football at all. Join hosts Spencer Hall, Jason Kirk and Ryan Nanni, as they delve into the biggest stories of the week—or not. Produced by Banner Society and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
Rank #1: Shutdown Fullcast 8.15: Thanos and Batman Don't Do Cardio, Dave Wannstedt's Magic Sandwich Car, Scot Loeffler's Wikipedia Holidays.
Two of us have seen Avengers: Infinity War but the other hasn't, so we only get to talk about superheroes in a really vague and meandering and nudity-focused way. Dave Wannstedt is a superhero for our purposes. Fred Durst is not. Again, this is the only college football podcast. Please treasure it accordingly. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Shutdown Fullcast 4.41 - Speedrunnin' Week 6.
THE FULLCAST RIDES FOR WEEK FIVE, which hits status as “a pretty good week” because it contains both “college football” and “passably good college football.” We tried to be quick about it, which went about as well as that usually does.TOPICS: --Spencer gets very excited about the best noon slate of the year, while Ryan and Jason remind him that it is still a noon slate--Why Tennessee suddenly can’t lose football games, aka “the Butch Jones cashes in a decade of collected football karma skymiles all at once” stratagem --Ryan finds a matchup so repellent even he cannot hate-watch it (good god, y’all) --Did you know Maryland is undefeated, and could very realistically beat Penn State this weekend? That won’t be awkward at all for anyone, especially you, person who just realized Maryland is undefeated. --Miami and FSU might be playing in a hurricane, which would be cool--Georgia and South Carolina might be playing in a hurricane, which really wouldn’t be any different since South Carolina always looks like they’re playing in a stiff wind and driving rain even in clear skies and bright sunshine --The Red River Rivalry is happening this weekend! Abandon hope, wake up early, and just see how nothing you anticipated happening happens again for the 111th time in a row--Ryan leaves the podcast early, a la Mack Brown in the middle of the Toledo/BYU game --Jason and Spencer answer reader questions as fast as they can, including the all-important question of what game is better for freakish weather than the 2000 Independence Bowl where it snowed in Shreveport? (A: nothing, ever) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Athlon Sports Cover 2 College Football Podcast previews and reviews every aspect of the greatest sport on the planet.Join Athlon’s editorial team every week of the preseason, regular season, postseason and offseason for a breakdown of the entire circus that is college football.
Rank #1: Kyler Murray wins and why bowl results are dangerous.
Kyler Murray won the Heisman! Braden releases his ballot and why he voted for who he did. Did Tua deserve to win and who the hell left him off their ballots? Georgia Tech and Kansas State have made two solid hires as well as Liberty! (Yes, Liberty) The coordinator carousel is spinning. And bowl games: Do the results matter or tell us anything about how good a team or league is? And do we have an issue with all these star players sitting out their team's bowl game?
Rank #2: Week 5 Preview: Kelly Bryant, Ohio St-Penn St and Stanford-Notre Dame.
Kelly Bryant is leaving Clemson. What does it mean for Clemson, why did it happen and where should Bryant end up? There are prove it games across college football for Texas, Duke, Texas Tech, Kentucky, Syracuse and Cal. Dan Mullen's return to Starkville is must-see TV. And two marquee showdowns in South Bend and Happy Valley take center stage in Week 5.
With the help of players, coaches, TV analysts, school administrators and NCAA officials, AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo tackles on-and off-field issues affecting the sport throughout the year. The show gives everyone from the casual fan to the obsessed alum, an insider look into the AP Poll and all that is trending on campuses around the country. Be ready for the big game, signing day or spring practice with this weekly chat about college football.
Rank #1: California Pushes NCAA Toward the Inevitable.
A new California law is pushing the NCAA toward allowing college athletes to make money off their names, images and likenesses. It is being built up as tipping point for college athletics, a change in the landscape that could finally bring the NCAA down. But in reality, it is just forcing the NCAA to do something it probably should have done a long time ago. Andy Staples from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about the consequences, intended and unintended, from Fair Pay to Play and why fans shouldn’t fear this being what ruins college sports. Also, during the first month of the season the gap between Clemson and Alabama and the field seems to have closed. And Andy talked to Gus Malzahn about why the Auburn coach went back to calling plays. The Tigers face Florida in the game of the week in college football.
Rank #2: Strange Days at USC and Michigan.
There is so much more than a Clay Helton hot-watch going on at the University of Southern California these days. ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the Trojans. Both were in LA for last week’s game against Utah, which had plenty of side stories with Reggie Bush and Urban Meyer in the Coliseum. Rittenberg and Russo look back at Michigan’s mess, discuss the odd news out of Houston regarding star quarterback D’Eriq King deciding to sit out the rest of this season, and they search for second-tier playoff contenders. Plus, what will it take for Jonathan Taylor to run past a slew of talented quarterbacks and win the Heisman?
Daily news from around the wide world of college football.
Rank #1: Klieman To Kansas State.
The crew reacts to Chris Klieman leaving North Dakota State for Kansas State. Plus, who won the coaching carousel and a look at the top giveaways for the 2018 bowl season.
Rank #2: AP Preseason Poll Released.
The crew reacts to the AP Preseason Poll release, including debating UCF's ranking. Plus, "over/unders" for 1st year coaches and Nick Saban has concerns about depth in Tuscaloosa.
The College Football Podcast brings you expert (but accessible) opinions and analysis, as well as a fan-oriented perspective. Because how many good CFB podcasts are out there, really?
Rank #1: Week 10 Preview | Berserkin' with Durkin.
Maryland decided DJ Durkin was the hill to die on (and then didn't). Urban Meyer has another health crisis. Canada explains whatever a Bounty bar is. AND there's a whole weekend of games to play. Quite a Week 10. Let's preview, shall we? (We shall.)
Rank #2: Week 7 Recap | Coach of the Year.
Are you ready for Canada's thoughts on the Oregon-Washington game? And Chris Petersen? How about the consensus on the big upsets, and the endless Matt Rhule moral victories? Week 7 recap is up!
Former ESPN and Fox Sports 1 producer Josh Parcell is the voice of college football fans everywhere, with frequent guests spanning the world of CFB from broadcasters to writers to coaches to players themselves. Oh, and of course his friend Rossy Three Stacks.
Rank #1: 1: #QBRank: Ranking the best quarterbacks in college football in 2018.
CFB Country is back! Josh Parcell flies solo for the return of the podcast. In this episode, Josh kicks things off by diving into the UNC shoe controversy, and what it means for Larry Fedora's future. Then he ranks his top ten quarterbacks entering the 2018 college football season. Check out Josh's new radio show weekdays on 102.5 FM/610 AM WFNZ in Charlotte, or check it out on the Radio.com App. Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshParcell Follow CFB Country @CFBCountry
Rank #2: Week 1 College Football Gambling Preview with Todd Fuhrman and #RossyThreeStacks.
The best college football gambling preview you'll find. Todd Fuhrman of Bet The Board Podcast and Outkick the Coverage joins first to offer the Vegas perspective on all the major week 1 match-ups, then at 39:50, my idiot friend Ross comes on for a new segment, "I Aim To Tease", for all you degenerates out there. If you like the show, please rate it 5-stars on iTunes/Stitcher and leave a review! Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshParcell Follow CFB Country @CFB Country Visit CFBCountry.com for more
Paul Finebaum provides his unique takes on the SEC and the world of college football.
Rank #1: Hour 1: 12/30/2019.
Callers plus ESPN CFB PxP and Analyst Tom Hart and Jordan Rodgers join the show live to preview the Music City Bowl.
Rank #2: Hour 1: 11/11/2019.
Callers weigh in on the wild weekend that was, plus Paul breaks down what LSU's massive win over Alabama means.
Legendary college football analyst Phil Steele and longtime play-by-play announcer Michael Reghi, break down the most anticipated games of the week and take calls from listeners across the country.If you are looking for invaluable insight, have questions about an upcoming matchup, or want a breakdown from two great football minds, you have come to the right place!
Rank #1: Strong as Steele: Week 9 Breakdown 10/25/17.
Phil Steele and Michael Reghi give an in-depth analysis of games being played during Week 9 of the college football season. The guys take questions from callers across the country who are looking for invaluable insight on this weekends primetime games and mid major showdowns. Tune in to get all the information you need heading into the weekend!
Rank #2: Strong as Steele: Week 7 Breakdown 10/11/17.
Phil Steele and Michael Reghi give an in-depth analysis of games being played during Week 7 of the college football season. The guys take questions from callers across the country who are looking for invaluable insight on this weekends primetime games and mid major showdowns. Tune in to get all the information you need heading into the weekend!
The fastest growing college football podcast out there. Saturday Down South has been the leading voice in SEC football for years, and is now giving college football fans a "go to" podcast for weekly commentary and discussion. It's SEC football, but for your ears.
Rank #1: First And 10: Brett McMurphy (ep. 77).
College football insider Brett McMurphy joins to break down the wild coaching carousel season and the College Football Playoff. As possibly the most connected man in college football, McMurphy shares his unique perspective.What's next for Tennessee, and who's really calling the shots in Knoxville? How did Florida land Dan Mullen, and what's going on up the road in Tallahassee? McMurphy has the answers.Also, Matt goes coast to coast with news around the SEC.
Rank #2: Spring Football Recap, NFL Draft, Trent Dilfer on Tua, Fromm & Fields.
Saturday Down South's Connor O'Gara and Chris Marler are back to discuss Jeremy Pruitt's interesting remarks following the Tennessee spring game (1:45), Mississippi State's Keytaon Thompson (7:45), Alabama's continuing Jalen Hurts saga (12:25), Saban's hot mic (13:45), first reactions to Georgia's Justin Fields (19:25), the NFL Draft (33:45), and how Connor's Finebaum appearance and Mississippi State prediction caused a mini uprising on Twitter (46:00). Then, Super Bowl winning quarterback and Elite 11 quarterback coach Trent Dilfer joins the podcast to talk this week's NFL Draft (54:15), his thoughts on Tua Tagovailoa and Jake Fromm as prospects (56:35), why Tua Tagovailoa could win every game he plays (57:30), and what makes Justin Fields special and why he wishes he didn't goto Georgia (1:02:10).
Hosted by three brothers (Michael, Ryan, and Trey Newman), the podcast covers all things college football. The episodes are innovative, original, and humorous while still delivering thorough, objective analysis of the sport. Through their creative segments and information-packed discussion, the brothers' rapport and passion for the game shines through. The listeners, also known as the "Fourth Bros," are a big part of the discussion on social media (@CFBBros), as well. Whether you are a fan of the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC, or any other conference, you will enjoy the brothers' fan-focused perspective.
Rank #1: CFP National Championship Recap.
In a huge surprise, Clemson dominated the scoreboard in the CFP National Championship, winning 44-16. The Bros give an in-depth breakdown of how that happened. After that, they discuss what this game means for Alabama moving forward and who should be favored to win next year's national championship. Also, Ryan gives his thoughts on the Imagine Dragons halftime show. Next,... Continue reading "CFP National Championship Recap"
Rank #2: Week 2 Recap, Week 3 Picks & Previews.
The Bros start out the show by giving an update on their Yahoo Pick'em League before looking back on the top games from Week 2. They eat some crow about their relatively pessimistic view of Georgia throughout the offseason and recap the two most entertaining big games of the weekend: Clemson @ Texas A&M and Michigan State @ Arizona State.... Continue reading "Week 2 Recap, Week 3 Picks & Previews"
Sean Fitz and Tyler Donohue of Lions247, part of the 247Sports network, go inside and give the latest on Penn State Nittany Lions football, recruiting and more - all things PSU.
Rank #1: Offensive players on the rise, Recruits checking out PSU.
Mark Brennan joins Tyler Donohue to talk about which Penn State players could break out this fall. We also get a look a who will be on campus this weekend as the Nittany Lions look to build on their 2020 recruiting class. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: January Meanderings - Episode 98.
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Yahoo Sports experts Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde and Pete Thamel break down the latest NCAA news from the football field to the basketball court.
Rank #1: Explosive day in hoops corruption trial as Brian Bowen Sr. lays out who paid what.
Dan Wetzel, Pat Forde and Pete Thamel assemble for an EMERGENCY PODCAST after an enthralling day in court, where college basketball's seedy underworld was laid bare for all to see. Bowen Sr. explained how much he was paid from AAU and college teams so that his son would play for them. They discuss all of the courtroom dirt and debate what will happen from here. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Rank #2: College hoops trial: Notre Dame’s Mike Brey speaks out on the scandal, plus attorney Craig Mordock.
Dan Wetzel follows up on the recent college hoops corruption trial with an interview from defense attorney Craig Mordock, who will represent former University of Arizona assistant basketball coach Emanuel “Book” Richardson. (2:00)Pete then checks in with Notre Dame basketball head coach Mike Brey, who speaks out about the scandal, Coach K's comments and the future of the sport. (36:00) For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy