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Former Bulldogs safety Otis Reese wrote that his time at Georgia "took a devastating mental toll" on him, while the Georgia athletic department is disputing that it maintains an "unsafe, unsupportive, or racially insensitive environment."
- UGA disputes ex-player's claims in waiver battle
- Mississippi selling fans cutouts to fill seats
- Ole Miss, Oklahoma, KU march for social justice
- Ole Miss' Eli Johnson enters transfer portal
Ole Miss running back, Jerrion Ealy joined the show to talk about his upcoming season. Callers weigh in on what this weekend in the SEC will look like.
The CFB Pod: Is Miami back? Can the American make the CFBP? Should the playoff expand for 2020? What are the guys eyeing up in the SEC's opening weekend?
Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi kick off the podcast by discussing the new-look Miami with Rhett Lashlee and D’Eriq King at the helm of the offense, but aren’t ready to declare the Hurricanes “back” just yet. Then the guys give the American some love and ponder what it would take for a team to get into the playoff. Later, they talk about expanding the playoff for this season, the newly revealed Big Ten schedule and what they’re looking forward to this weekend as the SEC gets underway.
Defending champ LSU loses nearly everyone from last season's squad, while Alabama reloads and Texas A&M looks for a breakthrough in Jimbo Fisher's third season.
John Cohen of Mississippi State and Keith Carter of Ole Miss join the show to talk about their "Stronger Together" initiative to talk about the racial history of mississippi. Callers continue the conversation about the nuances of this College Football season. Paul also shares stories of his early days as a reporter.
Mississippi is selling fans cutouts with photos of themselves for $55, which will be placed in the stands for football, soccer and volleyball games.
The Ole Miss, Oklahoma and Kansas football teams marched on Friday to bring awareness to racial injustice in the country.
Ole Miss center Eli Johnson, who announced earlier this month that he was opting out of the upcoming college football season, entered the transfer portal on Wednesday.
In a tweet announcing there would be no tailgating on campus for games at Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Southern Miss, Gov. Tate Reeves tweeted that football without tailgating is better than not having football this fall.
Paul discusses gives updates on schools that have been impacted by the pandemic. Plus, Lane Kiffin joins the show.
The University of Mississippi has put up a barrier to partially obstruct a Confederate monument after football players said they didn't want to see the rebel soldier statue while they practice. The statue was relocated last month.
In a memo emailed to students and faculty, the University of Mississippi said 13 athletes and one employee tested positive for the coronavirus, 11 of them from the same team. A source told ESPN the team with 11 positives wasn't the football team.
Ole Miss football coach Lane Kiffin says it's a shame the NCAA won't give transfer waivers to players whose seasons have been postponed.
The SEC released its entire 2020 football schedule Monday night, with Alabama and Georgia squaring off on Oct. 17 and Alabama and LSU meeting on Nov. 14.
The SEC's opening week football schedule for Sept. 26 includes some daunting matchups for the four first-year head coaches in the league.
Ole Miss starting center Eli Johnson says he won't play football this season so he can focus on completing his master's degree in criminal justice in December.