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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.

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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.

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By Big easy6917 - Nov 27 2019
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Great college football insights, dad jokes and plenty of puns. The college football bro’s bring light hearted humor while still being very knowledgeable about the game. Keep up the great work guys.

Top 2 podcast for me

By Steeler fan Deadhead - Nov 27 2019
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I love the show for the tremendous insight as well as entertainment value, especially the multiple topic-based segments (like upset specials) to break up the show and keep it fresh. I listen to the show to help me evaluate my plays for the week; I only wish the brothers were better game pickers. I’m a Pitt fan first (defending Coastal Champs), and have always rooted for Nebraska; I love the analysis provided for both teams as well as all of college football and not just the Top 25. H2P Brad from Pittsburgh

iTunes Ratings

202 Ratings
Average Ratings
194
4
1
0
3

Punny

By Big easy6917 - Nov 27 2019
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Great college football insights, dad jokes and plenty of puns. The college football bro’s bring light hearted humor while still being very knowledgeable about the game. Keep up the great work guys.

Top 2 podcast for me

By Steeler fan Deadhead - Nov 27 2019
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I love the show for the tremendous insight as well as entertainment value, especially the multiple topic-based segments (like upset specials) to break up the show and keep it fresh. I listen to the show to help me evaluate my plays for the week; I only wish the brothers were better game pickers. I’m a Pitt fan first (defending Coastal Champs), and have always rooted for Nebraska; I love the analysis provided for both teams as well as all of college football and not just the Top 25. H2P Brad from Pittsburgh

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College Football Bros

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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

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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"

Jan 10 2019

35mins

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Rank #2: Week 2 Recap, Week 3 Picks & Previews

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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"

Sep 11 2018

45mins

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Rank #3: 2018 Big Ten Preview (West & Championship)

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With the Big Ten East complete, the College Football Bros move on to the Big Ten West and Championship. The Bros start off the show with "Call me crazy, but..." in which Ryan predicts there will be two Big Ten teams in the Playoff. In their Big Ten West tiered rankings, one team is lonely at the top, but there... Continue reading "2018 Big Ten Preview (West & Championship)"

Jul 25 2018

43mins

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Rank #4: 2019 Big 12 Preview

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The Bros take on all ten teams in the Big 12 this episode. In "Call me crazy", they rank the hiring of Neal Brown at West Virginia, discuss the 2020 Texas team, and debate the prowess of Big 12 quarterbacks compared to other conferences. The tiered rankings section of the episode divides the Big 12 into Contenders (OU, Texas), Darkhorses (Iowa State, TCU, Baylor, Oklahoma State), and Longshots (Texas Tech, West Virginia, Kansas State, Kansas). Ryan jumps on the Hot Seat to name the most compelling Big 12 non-conference game outside of LSU vs. Texas, the best defense in the conference, and the breakout star. Finally, the Bros make their Big 12 Championship picks and end the show with a Questionable Finish.

Jul 23 2019

1hr 6mins

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Rank #5: Week 8 Recap, Week 9 Picks

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Michael is playing catch-up this week after attending a wedding on Saturday night, but Trey and Ryan are there to pick up the slack. The Bros recap a wild weekend which included upsets by Illinois over Wisconsin, Georgia Tech over Miami, and nearly Kansas over Texas. Their segment, a Six Pack of Questions, consists of them drinking various beverages on mic and pontificating about interesting big picture college football questions. After that, they make their week 9 picks and close out the show with a Questionable Finish.

Oct 22 2019

1hr 8mins

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Rank #6: Week 13 Recap, Championship Week Picks & Previews

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It's Championship Week! The Bros start out the podcast by recapping the biggest games of Week 13, including Ohio State's beatdown of Michigan. After that, they take a ride on the coaching carousel where Michael has plenty of thoughts on his USC Trojans retaining Clay Helton. They also give an in-depth preview of the potential decisions the CFP Committee might... Continue reading "Week 13 Recap, Championship Week Picks & Previews"

Nov 28 2018

1hr 17mins

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Rank #7: 2019 ACC Preview (Atlantic)

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IT'S PREVIEW SEASON! The Bros begin with the ACC Atlantic. In their "Call me crazy" segment, they debate Cam Akers' potential, Jamie Newman's place in ACC QB pecking order, and whether Trevor Lawrence is a little overrated. They then split up the division into tiers of Contenders, Darkhorses, and Longshots and break down every team from Clemson to Louisville. Ryan is then put on the Hot Seat to answer questions about Willie Taggart's job security and his under-the-radar player in the division. Finally, in honor of Hunter Renfrow finally graduating, the Questionable Finish touches on the players who seem like they have been around forever.

Jul 09 2019

47mins

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Rank #8: Predicting ESPN College GameDay Locations

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The Bros start out the episode by discussing the spring games from last weekend, including the performances by Justin Fields and Jalen Hurts. After a trivia question from Ryan, the Bros predict where ESPN College GameDay will be for each week of the 2019 season. Then, they respond to an email promoting the idea of relegation in college football. Finally, Trey gives the best Top 5 List of the off-season. Tune in to hear it!

Apr 16 2019

43mins

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Rank #9: Week 1 Recap, Week 2 Picks

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Week 1 is in the books and the Bros came prepared to (im)properly react to everything that happened. They give their extensive thoughts on Boise State @ FSU and Oregon vs. Auburn before briefly recapping the rest of the major games. After that, they discuss the most notable QB performances of the weekend including Spencer Sanders, Jayden Daniels, and Jacob Eason. Next, they discuss their level of concern about Trevor Lawrence's Heisman odds, Nebraska, Michigan State's offense, Iowa State, USC, UCLA, Justin Fuente, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Then, they flip it around and discuss their excitement level for Justin Fields, Mack Brown, LSU's offense, Wisconsin, and Jalen Hurts' Heisman odds. Then, they move on to their week 2 picks including Texas A&M @ Clemson and LSU @ Texas. Finally, they end the show with a Questionable Finish.

Sep 03 2019

1hr 1min

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Rank #10: CFP Championship Preview: Alabama vs. Clemson

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After a quick holiday vacation, the Bros are back to recap the Playoff Semifinals and preview the CFP Championship between Alabama and Clemson. The Clairvoyant Bros summon the spirits to give some predictions for Monday night's game, as well. After that, the Bros discuss the latest coaching moves and recap the bowl games that happened during their vacation.

Jan 05 2019

59mins

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Rank #11: Week 7 Recap, Week 8 Picks

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Week 7 brought the most impactful upset of the season with South Carolina's win at Georgia. The Bros discuss that game, the Red River Showdown, Florida @ LSU, and the rest of the big games from last weekend. Their segment this week is the College Football Match Game! Sarah hosts in front of a live studio audience as the Bros discuss their underrated Heisman contenders, the second best team in the ACC, and potential Group of Five New Year's Six participants. After that, they give some stone cold locks for a week 8 schedule that includes Arizona State @ Utah, Oregon @ Washington, and Michigan @ Penn State. In the Questionable Finish this week, they try to make college football coaches angry and attempt to give hope to Vanderbilt fans. Enjoy the show and please consider leaving a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts!

Oct 15 2019

57mins

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Rank #12: Week 0 Recap, Week 1 Picks

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Week 1 is finally here! The Bros begin the podcast, however, by looking back at two incredibly entertaining week 0 games: Miami vs. Florida and Arizona @ Hawaii. After that, they move on to the first full slate of the season. Five straight days of college football including the Holy War, Boise State vs. FSU in Jacksonville, Oregon vs. Auburn in Jerry World, Houston @ OU, and Notre Dame @ Louisville. They also touch on the big favorites most likely to get a scare and the FCS teams most likely to pull off Power 5 upsets. The Questionable Finish, as always, features the Bros' upset specials.

Aug 27 2019

51mins

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Rank #13: Week 5 Recap, Week 6 Picks

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Back from Lincoln, the Bros recap the Ohio State game, Clemson's close call, and the rest of week 5. Then, they discuss the firing of Chris Ash and whether Greg Schiano would be a good potential replacement. After that, they give their week 6 picks and welcome the Clairvoyant Bros to make some predictions for the rest of the season.

Oct 01 2019

38mins

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Rank #14: Tiered QB Rankings

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In the Bros' second longest episode ever, they rank the projected starting quarterbacks in every Power 5 conference. They also throw in a trivia question from Trey about the most prolific quarterbacks since 2000, as well as a Top 5 List from Michael about the sleeping giants of college football. Here are some timestamps for your listening pleasure: ACC (3:10... Continue reading "Tiered QB Rankings"

Feb 28 2019

1hr 23mins

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Rank #15: Week 3 Recap, Week 4 Picks

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The Bros recap a week 3 slate that featured several games coming down to questionable coaching decisions and referee mistakes. After that, they summon their inner Jim Cramers and pick out the undervalued and overvalued stocks in college football. Then, they make their picks for the upcoming week which features a ton of great matchups including Utah @ USC, Oregon @ Stanford, Oklahoma State @ Texas, Auburn @ Texas A&M, Michigan @ Wisconsin, and Notre Dame @ Georgia. The Questionable Finish and a reading of 5-star reviews closes things out.

Sep 17 2019

57mins

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Rank #16: Week 4 Recap, Week 5 Picks & Previews

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The Bros begin the episode by taking a brief look at the Yahoo College Football Pick'em Standings (shout out to WarEagle, RichLTracy, and 4342). They then break down Old Dominion's monumental upset against VT, Texas possibly maybe probably not being back, Oregon losing the biggest heartbreaker of the season, and Iowa giving away their chance to upset Wisconsin. The Bros... Continue reading "Week 4 Recap, Week 5 Picks & Previews"

Sep 25 2018

49mins

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Rank #17: 2019 Big Ten Preview (West & Championship)

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The Bros attempt to set aside their Nebraska bias and give an objective breakdown of the Big Ten West. They start with "Fact or fiction" in which they debate whether Rondale Moore will lead the conference in receiving, whether AJ Epenesa will lead the nation in sacks, and whether the Big Ten West will have a winning record against the Big Ten East. The Tiered Rankings section of the podcast separates the West division into Contenders (Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin), Darkhorses (Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue), and one Longshot (Illinois). Next, the Clairevoyant Bros make a surprise appearance to give even more predictions about the Big Ten in 2019. Finally, the Bros make their conference championship picks and close out the episode with a Questionable Finish.

Aug 01 2019

57mins

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Rank #18: 2019 ACC Preview (Coastal & Championship)

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The Bros finish up their ACC preview by taking a look at the Coastal division. In their "Fact or Fiction" segment, they debate whether Mack Brown was a good hire for UNC, whether Miami won the transfer portal championship, and Bronco Mendenhall's place in the ACC Coastal coaching hierarchy. Their tiered rankings for the division consist of the Contenders (Miami, Virginia Tech, Virginia), the Darkhorses (Pitt, Duke, UNC), and the Longshot (Georgia Tech). After that, Trey is put on the Hot Seat to discuss the potential of Georgia Tech's passing game, the player that will be missed the most in 2019, and the breakout star in the division. Then, the Bros make their picks for the ACC Championship and finish out the show with a Questionable Finish.

Jul 10 2019

42mins

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Rank #19: Blue Bloods

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The College Football Bros collaborate to create the official list of the Blue Bloods of college football. The teams up for consideration include Alabama, Notre Dame, Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Ohio State, USC, FSU, Miami, Florida, Penn State, Tennessee, Georgia, LSU, Clemson, and Auburn. The brothers then discuss the latest on Kyler Murray and Athlon's preview magazine. The Questionable Finish... Continue reading "Blue Bloods"

Jun 07 2018

46mins

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Rank #20: 2019 Over/Unders

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At long last, both Ryan and Trey are back from their honeymoons and ready to talk college football. The Bros start out with some News & Notes, which includes discussion of UConn's potential Independence, the NCAA's new transfer waiver guidelines, Jeremiah Holloman, and Brandon Peters. Then, they debate Over/Under propositions that are completely made up. The propositions include: USC over/under 1.5 non-conference wins, over/under 1.5 Group of Five players finishing in the top 10 of Heisman voting, over/under 1.5 2,000 yard rushers in 2019, Nebraska's offense over/under 17th in S&P+, over/under 1 Clemson player in the top 5 of Heisman voting, over/under 1,000 rushing yards for Florida State's Cam Akers, over/under 3.5 SEC teams to finish the regular season ranked in the top 10, over/under 0.5 Big 12 coaches to leave for a better job, and finally over/under 40 passing touchdowns for Tua Tagovailoa. Next week is a mailbag episode so be sure to send in questions!

Jun 27 2019

43mins

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