Tommy Tuberville, who spent nearly a decade as Auburn's head football coach, won a U.S. Senate seat in Alabama on Tuesday.
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Week 9 action got off to a fun start with the breakout performance of Taulia Tagovailoa and continued on Saturday.
- Ex-coach Tuberville wins Alabama Senate seat
- Texas Tech turn to Colombi at QB after 1-3 start
- Texas Tech top rusher charged with street racing
- Texas Tech reports zero COVID-19 positive tests
CFB Pod: The guys look ahead to Week 8 and give their picks. Plus, Bill Connelly and Adam Rittenberg preview the Big Ten
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the podcast discussing what looks to be a competitive week of football, what’s up with Bo Nix, Pollack doling out gambling advice, Florida State playing hard, Iowa State rediscovering its identity and their Week 8 picks. Then, Bill Connelly joins the show to talk about potential defensive weaknesses for Ohio State, Penn State missing Micah Parsons, Michigan’s high-potential sophomore class and who can give Wisconsin a run in the West (30:45). Later, Adam Rittenberg hops on to get into pressure facing the Wolverines, how close the Nittany Lions are to the Buckeyes and the intrigue surrounding Indiana and Minnesota (42:00).
Utah State transfer Henry Colombi will start for Texas Tech when they play next, vs. West Virginia. He supplants Alan Bowman, who has been the Red Raiders' starter since 2018.
No. 4 Florida and No. 17 LSU were both upset in close battles in Week 6, but No. 1 Clemson rolled over No. 7 Miami to extend its home winning streak.
The CFB Pod: Negandhi and Pollack make their Week 6 picks, David Hale previews Clemson-Miami and Alex Scarborough checks in on the SEC
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast talking about the Red River Rivalry, David’s Dude of the Week Gervon Dexter from Florida, a sneaky good UNC-Virginia Tech game and their Week 6 picks. Next, David Hale joins the pod to discuss Clemson-Miami, Dabo Swinney to the Texans chatter and the second rung of teams in the ACC (34:43). Later, Alex Scarborough hops on to get into Alabama’s balance, the quarterback situation at Georgia and Jimbo Fisher not turning the corner at Texas A&M (48:25).
More than two decades have passed since Mike Leach introduced us to his Air Raid offense. On Saturday, he and his Mississippi State Bulldogs return to Kentucky, the place where it all began.
Deuce Vaughn had a rushing touchdown and another receiving, Will Howard threw for 173 yards and a score and Kansas State held off Texas Tech for a 31-21 win Saturday.
Mike Leach made yet another big coaching debut after leading Mississippi State to an upset victory against defending champion LSU. And yet, the same question still remains: Can Leach carry the Air Raid to a conference or national title game?
Texas A&M visits Alabama and Auburn heads to Georgia in two top-25 matchups. Plus, can Mississippi State keep scoring? And can Oklahoma and LSU rebound?
The CFB Pod: The guys preview Week 5 and give their picks. Plus, Ryan McGee on his new book "Sidelines and Bloodlines"
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the show by discussing David’s Dudes of the Week Myles Murphy and Bryan Bresee, Oklahoma’s nonexistent margin for error, Iowa State’s disappointing to start the season, Georgia-Auburn, the Trey Lance showcase game, and their Week 5 picks. Later, Ryan McGee stops by to talk about his new book “Sidelines and Bloodlines,” how the book came together, learning the game through his dad refereeing college football and the “Hall of Screaming.” Plus, McGee’s thoughts on Alabama, Florida and the Bottom 10.
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Mississippi State’s win over LSU in Mike Leach’s first game, the reality check for a post-championship LSU, Oklahoma’s collapse against Kansas State, Texas’ struggles against Texas Tech, the Kyle Trask-Kyle Pitts connection at Florida, Pollack’s take on Georgia and D’Eriq King continuing to looking scary.
A chaotic weekend shook up the national title race and left us struggling to understand what to think about some prominent teams. Plus, a growing list of incredible performances by transfer and/or breakout quarterbacks.