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- Ex-OU tight end Calcaterra transfers to Auburn
- Auburn pauses activities after 12 positive tests
- Miss. St. positives force Auburn game to be PPD
- Bama extends streak, 13th straight year at No. 1
Tuscaloosa News', Cecil Hurt, joins the show to talk the Iron Bowl that will take place this weekend.
The CFB Pod: The guys look back on Week 12, look ahead to the first CFP rankings, and discuss the war of words between Clemson and Florida State
Herbie and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing what they might see in the first batch of College Football Playoff rankings, BYU turning down a game against Washington, Notre Dame-UNC, Dabo Swinney’s raging against Florida State, Indiana’s near comeback against Ohio State, Northwestern having Wisconsin’s number and the Iron Bowl.
Ahead of the first College Football Playoff rankings release on Tuesday, we project all the bowl games.
The Big Ten featured two of the biggest games of the week. How will Ohio State's win and Wisconsin's loss impact this week's Power Rankings? And where does Oklahoma's big Bedlam victory slot the Sooners? All of that and more from Week 12.
Week 12 is here and the Big Ten takes center stage. Northwestern is off to a 5-0 start, Illinois had some fun at Nebraska's expense and Oklahoma had an easy Bedlam win.
Former Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra, who retired briefly after suffering multiple concussions, announced on social media Wednesday that he is transferring to Auburn to play next season.
While a handful of Power 5 teams remain undefeated and other programs look to squeeze into a New Year's Six bowl, our gurus Kyle Bonagura and Mark Schlabach weigh in with their latest bowl projections after Saturday's action.
With Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson sidelined, the top five remain the same. Who climbed into the top six? Postponements rocked the college football slate, but how did they impact this week's Power Rankings?
Jay Reynolds talks with Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network about the most recent wave of postponements and positive COVID cases in the SEC and in College Football as a whole.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn said Tuesday that his program has paused team activities after nine players and three staff members tested positive for COVID-19 during the team's open week.