Clemson's Trevor Lawrence gets every first-place vote, but Justin Fields -- who hasn't even played a game yet -- makes his debut at No. 2.
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The QB question facing the Jets. Is Sunday a must win for the Giants? Plus, is Pete Alonso the Mets Gary Sanchez?
- Clemson No. 1, Bama, LSU earn 1st-place votes
- No. 1 Clemson to be without 3 starters vs. Wake
- Clemson, Bama top updated national title odds
- Wisconsin lands big commitment from OL Rucci
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.
There were some bad QB performances in Week 2 of the NFL season. Fans of the Giants, Jets, Broncos, Vikings and others took to social media wanting the Clemson QB.
Clemson holds on to the top spot, garnering 59 of 61 first-place votes in the AP poll.
The AP Top 25 college football poll is out. We'll have to wait another week for Big Ten teams to be included, but here's what's next for each ranked team.
Here's what the Allstate Playoff Predictor has to say about the CFP chase after the first three weeks of action.
The Big Ten releases its schedule and joins the chase for the College Football Playoff and New Year's Six bowls.
Trevor Lawrence threw for three touchdowns in just nine passing attempts, and No. 1 Clemson beat The Citadel 49-0 on Saturday.
There remains a lot of uncertainty surrounding the 2020 season, but our experts make their College Football Playoff picks -- now including the Big Ten! -- following Week 3.
With the Big Ten entering the fray, Ohio State jumps into the top two immediately, and three other Big Ten schools make it in. But the SEC still reigns over the top 25.
The Hurricanes put on an offensive explosion and held down the college football fort until the SEC and Big Ten return.
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.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence enters Year 3 as a Heisman front-runner again, but he faces some stiff competition from a newcomer.
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.