Pollack and Negandhi debate who has the best win in college football and who has the best overall resume.
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Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour four realizing just how loaded the Lakers are. Is there anyone in the West that can contend with them? The Big 10 may change their rules to help aid Ohio State in the playoff, but is it possible? Heather Dinich joins the show to break down the Big 10 and BYU stepping in to fill the shoes of Liberty.
- Bama still leads CFP rankings as top 7 unchanged
- ACC sked changes see ND lock up spot in finale
- Lawrence: Love of Clemson makes leaving tough
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
Seth Greenberg joins the show to talk about impressive starts in ACC basketball and which teams to keep an eye on this season.
Last year, LSU vs. Alabama was a marquee game. Earlier this season, Virginia Tech vs. Clemson could have been. But not anymore, as this season saw big-time programs struggle.
ESPN's, Greg McElroy joins the show to talk about how the ACC is opting to allow Clemson and Notre Dame to have a week off before the ACC championship game and he calls it a bad precedent. He stresses flexibility, but with looking at the long term affects of decisions.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack discuss playoff scenarios and their Week 14 picks; Andrea Adelson on the ACC's schedule change; and Ivan Maisel on the lack of diversity among head coaches
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing College Football Playoff scenarios, who has the edge between Alabama and Notre Dame, College GameDay showcasing Coastal Carolina-Liberty, Jaret Patterson, and their Week 14 picks. Then, Andrea Adelson hops on to talk about the ACC’s schedule change, the possibility of Clemson and Notre Dame both making the playoff, and watching Sarah Fuller’s debut with her daughters (36:00). Later, Ivan Maisel drops by to talk about a very different Alabama-LSU matchup and the lack of diversity among head coaches (52:27).
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti start the last hour of the show breaking down the unique day we have. We have football today and its a huge rivalry. Kimberley A. Martin joins us from Pittsburg and details who is and isnt playing today. Draft Experts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay join to give a early look at who they have at the top of big boards.
Who were the movers and shakers in this week's college football conference power rankings?
The top seven teams in the College Football Playoff rankings remained unchanged Tuesday, as Alabama, Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State continue to occupy the top four spots.
The ACC announced a series of scheduling changes that allowed Notre Dame to clinch a spot in the ACC championship game and gave both the Irish and Clemson an open date Dec. 12. Also, the conference has tweaked its COVID-19 testing protocols.
ESPN CFB Analyst Tom Luginbill stops by for his weekly visit with the guys to give us all the latest news and notes from around the ACC gridiron. We also hear some more from the coaches in part 2 of "Conference Cuts", plus Clemson WR Cornell Powell tells us where the best barbecue in North Carolina can be found.
The guys give us their ACC power rankings in this week's version of "ACCounting".. We also hear from Mack Brown, Dave Doeren, Bronco Mendenhall, and Justin Fuentes in part of of "Conference Cuts" and David Teel from the Daily Press stops by help us look ahead to the Clemson/Virginia Tech matchup this coming weekend.
Mac Jones and Kyle Trask stay atop the list, but Trevor Lawrence's return has him climbing up the ranks.
Four teams remain alive for the national championship. The semifinals feature four blue bloods, the Heisman Trophy winner, three elite defenses and one team going for back-to-back titles. Here's everything to know about these epic matchups.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Notre Dame’s impressive win over North Carolina and how the Irish may be the No. 1 team in the country. Then, the guys get into Alabama’s continued dominance and Mac Jones pulling a “Joe Burrow,” the Big Ten’s playoff complications with more canceled games, the health of the sport with players leaving their teams mid-season, and the barrier broken by Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller.