Kelly Gramlich joins the show to talk about Louisville's win against Syracuse last night in women's hoops and the guys try to guess through Blind Resumes with Producer Drew.
USC, Maryland, Clemson and Nebraska were among the teams to move up in the recruiting class rankings, while Auburn and Florida State fell.
- Virginia 3rd ACC team to opt out of bowl season
- ACC sked changes see ND lock up spot in finale
- Virginia-FSU postponed amid coronavirus issues
- Cavaliers DT Briggs enters transfer portal
In a college football season unlike any other, there were plenty of inspiring athletes who spoke out, from Mississippi State RB Kylin Hill to Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller. And college football coaches still said some pretty weird stuff.
While Notre Dame moved up in the 2021 recruiting class rankings, Alabama made a big move by landing one of the top running back prospects.
We rank the top 75 college football recruiting classes in the 2021 cycle during the early signing period.
Clemson, Texas A&M and Ole Miss all rose up the 2021 recruiting class rankings entering national signing day. But can anyone catch Alabama?
Virginia has announced it will not participate in this year's bowl season. Cavaliers coach Bronco Mendenhall said he left the decision up to his players and feels their call "is appropriate for this team."
— Khalil Herbert ran for 162 yards, including a 76-yard touchdown, and Virginia Tech ended a four-game slide with a 33-15 victory against rival Virginia on Saturday night.
Stanford Steve & Bear come out hot with Bear in a rage over the Big Ten changing its rules to allow Ohio State in the conference title game, reactions to Iowa State moving up CFP Rankings and why Coastal Carolina should be a top-10 team. Then, the guys discuss College GameDay at West Point, Bear’s travel schedule and the last time GameDay visited Army. Then, they preview an unprecedented week 15 slate that includes the Territorial Cup, USC-UCLA, San Jose State-Nevada, Mississippi State-Auburn, Texas-Kansas and more.
The CFB Pod: Rittenberg on the Big Ten's rule change; Week 15 picks; Wright Thompson on Archie Manning
Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Adam Rittenberg discussing the Big Ten’s rule change to slot Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game. Then Negandhi and Pollack talk about the latest round of College Football Playoff rankings, David’s Dude of the Week, North Carolina-Miami and their week 15 picks. Later, Wright Thompson hops on to get into how this season was just an exhibition season for Ole Miss, the future of the Rebels under Lane Kiffin, Archie Manning moving next door to his mom and why he’s more starstruck by Manning than Michael Jordan.
The guy's take a look back at some of the Best things from the weekend like Mack Brown's daughter on Jeopardy, 30 wins for Ian Book, Chris Dunn becomes NC States’s all-time scoring leader, and Miami shutting out Duke. And of course we also look at some of the worst from the weekend, like BC getting it's 1st positive Covid test since June and Will Spiers 7yd punt.
— Brennan Armstrong threw for a touchdown and ran 60 yards for another Saturday as Virginia beat Boston College 43-32 for its first victory ever against the Eagles.
Clemson, Notre Dame and North Carolina all moved up in the top 10, while Tennessee, Auburn, USC and Florida State were notable fallers.
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.