In our third installment, we look back at games that impacted the battle for the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff, including Baylor taking down TCU.
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From Joe Burrow to Jeff Okudah, these are the players who performed best during bowl season.
- Washington RB Ahmed declares for NFL draft
- Washington QB Eason leaving to enter NFL draft
- Washington OC Hamdan out as shake-up begins
- Petersen deflects credit, wins in Huskies farewell
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Will we get a Trevor Lawrence vs. Justin Fields rematch? Which team could be the next LSU? These are the games, storylines and players we can't wait to see.
Washington RB Salvon Ahmed, who ran for 1,020 yards and 11 touchdowns this season, will not return for his senior season and is entering the NFL draft.
Washington QB Jacob Eason, who threw for 3,132 yards with 23 touchdowns and eight interceptions this season, is leaving after his junior season to enter the NFL draft.
New Washington coach Jimmy Lake announced that offensive coordinator Bush Hamdan won't be returning.
In his final game as Washington's head coach, Chris Petersen didn't want Saturday's victory in the Mitsubishi Motors Las Vegas Bowl to be all about him and instead tried to turn the attention and credit to his players and coaches.
Jacob Eason threw for 210 yards and a touchdown and Washington sent out coach Chris Petersen with a 38-7 victory over No. 18 Boise State in the Las Vegas Bowl on Saturday night.
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Will Alabama show up with a point to prove against Michigan? Who will get a bowl bump heading into next season and which game could feature a points explosion? These are the storylines we'll be watching.
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ACC reporter David Hale discussing his article on the most entertaining bowl games of the season, why it's fun to watch random bowl games (6:38), how a statement in a bowl games can carry weight for the whole offseason, rooting for the Group of 5 team in the New Year's Six (20:43), what's at stake for Manny Diaz and Miami, and his thoughts on Clemson going into the playoff (32:09).
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ESPN's National Recruiting Director Tom Luginbill to discuss why the early signing period is THE signing period these days, the defensive front being the strongest point of this year's class, how new coaches start recruiting at this point in the cycle (10:21) and how the transfer portal has impacted recruiting in December. Later, ESPN's College Football National Recruiting Coordinator Craig Haubert joins the pod (24:39) to talk about the competitive race to score the top recruiting class, Oregon and Tennessee making big moves, why Jordan Burch is the most interesting unsigned player in the country (33:51), and Mike Norvell's quarterback conundrum at Florida State.