Which players are standing out as the college football season hits the midpoint?
- Clemson out of AP Top 25 for first time since '14
- NC State LB Wilson, S Fagan to miss rest of year
- ACC looks to prioritize football in marketing
- ACC's Phillips: Vaccines give 'best chance' to play
Iowa is up to No. 3 and Cincinnati has its highest ranking in 12 years, but amid a topsy-turvy college football season, mainstay Clemson is on the outside looking in at the AP Top 25 for the first time since 2014.
With another chaotic week in college football behind us, it's time to look at this week's Power Rankings.
— Beating Clemson was tough enough for North Carolina State. Getting refocused for a nonconference game a week later was another challenge.
NC State Wide Receiver Emeka Emezie joins the show fresh off their big win against Clemson. And we replay our interview from yesterday with BC Head Coach Jeff Hafley. Plus we give you "One State Per Game" and give you a nugget for each ACC matchup you may not have known. And we continue to preview this weekend's game
ACCN Football analyst Eric Mac Lain makes his weekly visit to the show to help us put a bow on week 4, and look ahead to the games coming in week 5. He also sticks around to give us his version of "ACCounting". Plus Jeff Gravley from NC State Athletics visits with the guys to get us ready for LA Tech vs NC State as The Wolfpack are now the highest ranked ACC school at #23.
The guys breakdown the biggest shocker of the weekend as the Wolfpack stun #9 Clemson in an overtime thriller. The Tigers were held under 300yds of offense for the 3rd time this season. Plus Georgia Tech beats #21 North Carolina in another ACC upset. Plus we run through the rest of the past week's games like BC's win over Missouri, and Wake Forest's win over Virginia.
The College Football Playoff field hasn't expanded yet, and the race is already more interesting -- especially after Clemson and Texas A&M lost.
After a month of surprises, we size up Spencer Rattler's Heisman candidacy, the wide-open ACC race and whose stock has risen and fallen the most.
Where do teams stand after a week of upsets and chaos in college football? Find out in this week's Power Rankings.
Blowout losses in the 2019 championship game and the 2020 semifinal were a good indication of Clemson's vulnerability, and Saturday's loss to NC State confirmed it.
— Clemson's final pass had barely hit the ground when North Carolina State's sideline began charging toward the field to celebrate, followed closely by red-clad Wolfpack fans pouring in to join them from all directions.
Things get very challenging for the Irish, unbeaten Arkansas faces a tall task and we try to find Clemson's missing offense as we get ready for Week 4.
NC State Linebacker Drake Thomas joins the show as he gets ready to face Clemson tomorrow afternoon. We also talk to Syracuse football Analyst Adam Terry as he visits with the guys to help us get ready for tonight’s Syracuse/Liberty matchup. Plus we give you a stat you may not have known for each of the ACC games this weekend as we do "One Stat Per Game".
Notre Dame's Jack Coan faces a path similar to one followed by Russell Wilson, Justin Fields and others
Coan's path has parallels with other former Power 5 quarterbacks who faced similar scenarios.
Arkansas and Texas A&M meet for just the third time as ranked opponents, while the city of Chicago hosts Notre Dame against Wisconsin during Week 4.
NC State has lost linebacker Payton Wilson and safety Cyrus Fagan to season-ending injuries. The two starters will each undergo surgery.
— Last week, Lideatrick Griffin’s 70-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter sparked a 20-point comeback for Mississippi State in an eventual win over Louisiana Tech.