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- SEC shuffles more games because of coronavirus
- Gators win big amid 'Trask for Heisman' chants
- Arkansas coach tests positive, out for Saturday
- Sources: Multiple SEC clubs given virus sanctions
Arkansas running back Rakeem Boyd, a senior who rushed for 2,176 yards and 13 touchdowns in his Razorbacks career, has opted out of the remainder of the season to prepare for the NFL draft.
The SEC shuffled its football schedule for this week, resulting in Vanderbilt playing at Missouri on Saturday, among other moves.
ESPN's Joe Tessitore, joined the show to preview his game this weekend, Tennessee/Auburn, and about the difficulties of planning in the college football world this year. ESPN's, Mike Morgan, joins to talk about the Mizzou/Carolina game this weekend and the state of Carolina's coaching search. ESPN's Matt Stinchcomb, joins the show to talk about the LSU/Arkansas game.
Arkansas Head Coach, Sam Pitman joins the show to talk about his experience with COVID-19, his team's upcoming game against LSU and what he feels their future is. Ole Miss basketball head coach, Kermit David, joins the as part of the build up to basketball under COVID-19 restrictions. SEC Network's, Jordan Rodgers, joins to talk about all of the games on the SEC slate this Saturday.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack preview Bedlam, Wisconsin-Northwestern and Ohio State-Indiana. Plus, Jesse Palmer tells a classic Steve Spurrier story
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Bedlam, Oklahoma State’s defense, Spencer Rattler’s prolific play outside of the pocket, Oklahoma State’s offensive line getting pushed around, Cincinnati’s Jarrell White, Wisconsin’s offense, Ohio State-Indiana and their Week 12 picks. Later, Jesse Palmer stops by to talk Mac Jones, Kyle Trask, Ian Book, if College Football Playoff expansion is possible this season, Cincinnati-UCF, Northwestern and Steve Spurrier playing quarterback in practice.
Florida's Kyle Trask threw for 356 yards and six touchdowns as the resurgent Gators cruised past Arkansas in the Swamp on Saturday night.
There have been Saturdays with more drama and bigger games. But this week still gave us surprises in the Big Ten, wild finishes and a fake spike for the win.
Despite a wave of cancellations that resulted in four of the nation's top five teams being out of action, Week 11 has brought the entertainment, from Kyle Trask to Lane Kiffin to Sam Howell.