The SEC returned to the field Saturday. How did that shake up our College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowl projections?
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- Cincinnati's Pierce (knee) out several weeks
- Cincy HC Fickell gets raise, extension through '26
- Report: AAC athletes demanding 'hazard pay'
- Tuberville wins Alabama GOP Senate runoff
Desmond Ridder passed for 258 yards and two touchdowns as No. 14 Cincinnati defeated No. 22 Army 24-10 in the first matchup of ranked teams at Nippert Stadium since 2008.
The SEC is back! From Saban's scowls to Orgeron's 'Geaux Tigaaahs,' here's what we can't wait to watch
What will we get with the return of SEC football? Maybe an angry Nick Saban, secret depth charts and the soothing voice of Ed Orgeron. Plus, we preview key players and storylines elsewhere.
CFB Pod: The guys preview Week 1 in the SEC and the rest of Saturday's slate. Plus, Adam Rittenberg on the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Adam Rittenberg (1:07) as they discuss the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest and Adam’s belief that all FBS leagues will have some variation of a fall season. Then, David Pollack joins Negandhi to talk about Jackson State hiring Deion Sanders as its head coach, LSU’s freshman tight end Arik Gilbert, year three for Jeremy Pruitt at Tennessee, Oklahoma State’s struggles, Army-Cincinnati and Pollack’s Dude of the Week. Plus, the guys make their picks for the week (11:50).
Cincinnati wide receiver Alec Pierce, who led the team in receiving last season, will miss several weeks with a knee injury.
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.
The Big Ten releases its schedule and joins the chase for the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowls.
The Hurricanes put on an offensive explosion and held down the college football fort until the SEC and Big Ten return.
Gerrid Doaks scored four touchdowns, including a career-high three rushing TDs, and No. 13 Cincinnati beat Austin Peay 55-20 on Saturday in the Bearcats' season opener.
When it comes to college football's coaching carousel, money and wins are going to be evaluated differently amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The AP Top 25 college football poll is out. And unlike the preseason version, this only features teams playing this fall. What do you need to know about each ranked team?
We don't know what the bowl season is going to look like yet, but that's not stopping us from predicting who will be playing in the New Year's Six and College Football Playoff.
CFB Pod: Georgia's QB battle, a possible Big Ten re-vote on football and previewing the weekend action. Plus, Booger McFarland on a Joe Burrow-less LSU
David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast by talking about the vibe in Winston-Salem for the first on-campus edition of College GameDay, hobbies they picked up during the pandemic, the quarterback battle at Georgia, a possible Big Ten re-vote on football and the ACC matchups this weekend. Later, Booger McFarland drops (25:13) by to discuss motivations for teams in this pandemic season, the outlook for Trevor Lawrence, a Joe Burrow-less LSU, the SEC East, Notre Dame playing in the ACC and his love of riding a Peloton.