2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
11-2, 2nd in SEC - West
Burrow, Jeudy highlight All-Bowl team (1:28)

The Right Time: Spencer Hall on why Saban is replaceable, but Dabo/Ed aren't

Bomani and Spencer Hall look back on the National Championship and examine just what a perfect storm LSU's miraculous season was (1:17). They also get into why what Clemson has accomplished is just as unique (17:29), Odell's $100 handshakes post-game (28:39), coach Ed Orgeron's ties with the Governor's office in Louisiana (37:05), the chances we'll see Bobby Petrino back in CFB (45:24) and more. Plus, why Eminem was the last person in the world to "get" the internet (1:02:02).

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3dAlex Scarborough

Tua to throw ahead of draft, but not at combine

Tua Tagovailoa's agent said the former Alabama quarterback will be healthy enough to work out ahead of the draft, but won't participate at the NFL scouting combine.

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LSU finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for third time

LSU finished No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third time in school history, with Clemson No. 2 and Ohio State No. 3. Georgia was fourth and Oregon was fifth. Florida was sixth and Oklahoma, which made the playoff, was seventh. Alabama finished eighth.

College football's way-too-early top 25 (1:49)
Swinney would take Tua if he was in the NFL (1:12)

CFB Pod: Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi preview the national title game

The gang's all here! Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi get together to discuss Matt Rhule leaving Baylor for the Carolina Panthers, Tua Tagovailoa's decision to turn pro (7:40), the trend of the NFL utilizing quarterbacks' athleticism and winning cultures in football. Then the guys get into what Clemson might do to stop Joe Burrow (23:54), LSU's defensive backs versus the Clemson offense, the probability of a lot of points (35:55) and how Herbie helped Pollack land a job at ESPN (37:45).

Tagovailoa will enter NFL draft (0:35)
Kiper: Tua is reminiscent of a left-handed Drew Brees (0:59)
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Bama's Jeudy, top-ranked WR, declares for draft

Alabama wide receiver Jerry Jeudy, ranked No. 1 at his position and No. 4 overall by ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr., declared for the NFL draft on Saturday. Offensive tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. also said he's entering the draft.

Team Stats

Passing Yards342.23rd
Rushing Yards168.556th
Points For47.228th
Points Against18.8