Mayfield vs. Mahomes. Drew Brees' 83-pass game at Purdue. West Virginia hanging 70 on Clemson. From BYU-SMU in 1980 to LSU-Alabama in 2019, these are the games that changed college football.
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Kansas and Missouri will resume their football rivalry with a four-game series that will start in 2025.
- Ex-Big 12 rivals Kansas, Missouri to resume play
- SEC commish: League unity not needed in 2020
- Tamburo, former AD, All-American, dies at 90
- Arkansas hires ex-Missouri coach Odom as DC
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey hopes for unity among the FBS conferences when it comes time to resume football activities, but he acknowledged that "there is room for different conferences to make different decisions."
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
Dick Tamburo, an athletic director at Texas Tech, Arizona State and Missouri, and an All-American center at Michigan State, has died. He was 90. Michigan State won two national championships during his three seasons with the Spartans.
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We will be providing the latest recruiting news, signings, analysis and class rankings for college football's February signing period.
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ESPN.com senior college football writer Andrea Adelson, rundowning all of the big offseason coaching moves. They get into Ed Reed's hiring as chief of staff at Miami, the surprising hires of Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss and Mike Leach at Mississippi (11:57), Greg Schiano's return to Rutgers, Mike Norvell attempting to turn around Florida State (20:29), Nick Rolovich providing continuity at Washington State, Baylor picking a defense-oriented coach in Dave Arranda, and why Eli Drinkwitz going to Missouri is Andrea's most intriguing hire of the offseason. Later, Kevin and Andrea remember their friend ESPN college football reporter Ed Aschoff (31:51) with memories, the Ed Aschoff Memorial Fund at the University of Florida and his love for Godzilla.