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Florida State coach Mike Norvell has tested positive for the coronavirus.
- FSU coach Norvell tests positive for coronavirus
- Seminoles WR Matthews enters transfer portal
- FSU's Nasirildeen (knee rehab) will miss opener
- Clemson picked as heavy favorite to win ACC
Ryan McGee is not allowing a depleted, um, talent pool to get in the way of The Bottom 10's return. In fact, The Bottom 10 has a whole new look, with the usual suspects cracking the top five (Florida State, anyone?).
Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick joins the show to address the current fan situation for home games, becoming a member of the ACC for the 2020 season, and the hiring of women’s basketball coach Niele Ivey. Plus we do Conference cuts and ESPN College Football Reporter Tom Luginbill tells us how concerned Florida State fans need to be.
FSU receiver D.J. Matthews, who apologized to coach Mike Norvell after criticism of the team's COVID-19 protocols in August, has entered the NCAA transfer portal.
BBTN: Pollack & Negandhi get into a potential mid-October start for the Big Ten and the Sun Belt's domination over the Big 12
David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast with the news of Ohio State corner Shaun Wade opting out of the season as it looks increasingly likely the Big Ten will start in mid-October. Then, the guys get into the big weekend for the Sun Belt against the Big 12, Spencer Rattler’s dazzling debut, the slow starts in the ACC and Florida State losing to Georgia Tech.
We get a visit from Clemson's senior Amari Rodgers coming off a solid first game as his Tigers defeat Wake Forest. Plus we get a breakdown of last weekend's ACC action from Eric Mac Lain, and we take a look at the AP poll which has 7 ACC schools ranked in it.
On a night when the ACC and Big 12 made their debuts, it was the Sun Belt conference that stole the show with a couple of huge upsets.
True freshman Jeff Sims, who was once a Florida State commitment, threw for 277 yards and a touchdown as Georgia Tech defeated the Seminoles 16-13 in both teams' season opener on Saturday night.
While Alabama and Ohio State are 1-2 in the recruiting class rankings, LSU, Oregon and Miami are among the programs on the rise.
The opening weekend of Power 5 college football has finally arrived after one of the more challenging summers in modern history. We look ahead to the top stories, players and games for this weekend.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne were locks for the ACC's Top 25 player list this, but who else made the cut ahead of the season?
Alabama leads the way with six players on our preseason All-America team, highlighted by playmaking receivers DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle.
Two of the Power 5 conferences might be sitting out the fall season, but there is still plenty to be decided across the college football landscape. What does the 2020 campaign have in store?
CFB Pod: Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi preview the ACC and Big 12. Plus, Herbie explains his unplanned statement on College GameDay on racial equality in America.
Herbie, Pollack & Negandhi kick off the podcast asking Herbie what it was like calling Navy-BYU in an empty stadium, if Navy did its defense a disservice by not hitting during practice and what could’ve been if BYU had played its original schedule. Then, the guys discuss how the Big 12 could be a four-team race (15:49) and the depth in the ACC (26:01). Later, Herbie explains his unplanned statement on College GameDay on racial equality in America (39:59).
We wrap up our ACC Storylines show with taking a look at Virginia Tech and Pitt, plus we speak with Georgia Tech play by play announcer Andy Demetra who gets us ready for their showdown against Florida State this Saturday. We also take a look at the greatest #2s in ACC history and a happy return for Clifford D Cat..
The guys get you ready for football by breaking down the biggest storylines for every ACC school, plus we speak to Duke PXP voice David Schumate who gets us ready for their first game with Chase Brice at quarterback.
Florida State will be without safety Hamsah Nasirildeen for its opener as he continues to recover from tearing his ACL last season.