Here are the best moments on and off the field from college football's Week 3.
- ACC looks to prioritize football in marketing
- ACC's Phillips: Vaccines give 'best chance' to play
- Kentucky order allows athletes to profit off NIL
- Ex-Huskers QB McCaffrey leaves L'ville for Rice
— Jaylin Alderman returned an interception off a tipped pass for a 66-yard touchdown with 13 seconds remaining, giving Louisville a thrilling 42-35 victory over UCF on Friday night.
College football teams look to make a statement off the field with their uniforms in Week 3.
The guys start the show by going through week 3 games that will have the biggest impact on the narrative in the ACC. And there are some units in the ACC this season that have performed quite well overall, but there are some stats within those units that make you raise your eyebrows… Are any of them cause for long term concern?. Plus we do a little "ACC True or False" and we replay our interview from yesterday with Louisville RB Jalen Mitchell.
Louisville gets rolled by Ole Miss 43-24 as four players ejected for targeting in the 1st half. Louisville had 107yds in the 1st half, fewest vs Ole Miss since 2014. We also rank all the ACC schools after week 1 in our "ACCounting" segment. Plus we replay our conversation with Virginia Tech's Justin Fuentes, and check the ACC Men's Soccer scoreboard.
— From more than 300 miles away, Lane Kiffin liked what he saw.
Louisville Head Coach Scott Satterfield joins the show as they get ready to face Lane Kiffin and Ole Miss on Sept 6th. We also replay our interview from yesterday with BC Head Coach Jeff Hafley. ESPN College Football Reporter Andrea Adelson sits down with the guys to tell us about her story on McKenzie Milton and his road to recovery. Plus we give you some ACC "Over and Unders".
After a relatively quiet 2020, college coaches across the country find themselves on the 2021 hot seat. We go conference-by-conference to see whose seat has the most pressure this season.
Which players will be the best this upcoming season? Our staff voted, and here's how it broke down, starting with Oklahoma QB Spencer Rattler at the top.
Addressing the biggest questions surrounding the potential alliance between the three leagues and forecasting what could unfold over the coming weeks and months.
Louisville defensive coordinator Bryan Brown sits down with the guys to give us a preview of how the Cards defense is shaping up this season. We also look at preseason polls as 3 ACC teams ranked in first AP Poll. Plus we continue to take your suggestions for matchups you would like to see, and we look back at this day in 1976 when Willie Mays hit his 660th career home run.
We continue looking at the schedule and picking out the most important game for each ACC school and we give you the latest on the Name Image Likeness front. Plus Cameron Teague from the Louisville Courier-Journal makes his debut on the show to give us the inside scoop on the Lamar Jackson statue. And we ask the listeners which former ACC player they would like to see have a statue at their school.
Commissioner Jim Phillips also said the ACC will want to revisit talks with the NCAA about nixing the requirement for divisions at some point in the future.
The ACC has not made a decision on whether games affected by COVID-19 will be rescheduled or forfeited, commissioner Jim Phillips says.
How college football's massive realignment shift in 2011 set the stage for Big East football to go under.