Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the first hour wondering what will happen in the Big 10 with all these coronavirus cases. Will the conference not be eligible to play in the playoff? Heather Dinich joins the show to shed light on all the moving parts in the conference. The Rockets hired Stephen Silas, but what does that mean for the roster?
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The CFB Pod: Heather Dinich on the canceling of Wisconsin-Nebraska. Plus, Pollack and Negandhi give their Week 9 picks
The podcast kicks off with the breaking news of Wisconsin-Nebraska being canceled because of an outbreak amongst the Badgers. Heather Dinich hops on the pod with Negandhi to talk about the cancelation and if Oklahoma State has the makings of a championship team. Then, Pollack and Negandhi discuss Pollack staying up late to watch Rutgers tape, not being overly impressed with Ohio State, what they’re watching for in Oklahoma State-Texas, Trevor Lawrence leaving the door open to stay for another season and their Week 9 picks (9:35).
- Badgers halt, won't play Huskers after outbreak
- Source: Badgers QB Mertz out 3 weeks with virus
- Report: Backup for Badgers' Mertz also positive
- Reports: Wisconsin's Mertz tests positive for virus
Did Kevin Cash make the right call in removing Blake Snell last night? Greeny asks ESPN's Jeff Passan & Buster Olney... and shares his opinion. Plus, we get the latest on Wisconsin football and the Big Ten from ESPN CFB Reporter Heather Dinich.
Jason discusses Wisconsin canceling their game this weekend and how Covid has affected the Raiders
In addition to canceling Saturday's game against Nebraska, the No. 9 Badgers have suspended all football activities for at least a week after an outbreak of COVID-19 cases within the team.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Bears' Monday Night Football stinker, tonight's Game 6 of the World Series, if LeBron James actually might not play if the season begins in December, and much more.
Graham Mertz's COVID-19 positive test was confirmed, a source confirmed to ESPN, meaning the Wisconsin QB will be out at least 21 days.
Jason reacts to Wisconsin's QB's testing positive for Covid and how it affects the rest of college football.
Justin Fields returned to the tune of three total touchdowns, but so far the Heisman Trophy is Trevor Lawrence's for the taking.
Wisconsin might be down to its fourth-string quarterback after Chase Wolf tested positive for COVID-19, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at the first week of Big Ten action, and talk Oklahoma State and Alabama
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the return of the Big Ten, Michigan’s strong start, Indiana’s big overtime win over Penn State, Ohio State’s questions at running back, Oklahoma State’s defense and what changes for Alabama with the loss of Jaylen Waddle.
Big Ten overreactions: Michigan's a title contender, Penn State's overrated, Rutgers is decent and more
With the Big Ten's first week in the books, let's look at what questions were answered and what we should, and shouldn't, overreact to from every opening game.
Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State are humming along, and the Big Ten has joined the party in search of a College Football Playoff semifinal spot.
Oklahoma State, Cincinnati, Wisconsin and BYU are the top-ranked undefeated teams not in the AP top four right now. Of those four, which has the best playoff chance? Let us know in the Capital One Fan Vote.
Wisconsin quarterback Graham Mertz, who had a record-setting first career start on Friday, tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend, according to multiple reports, and will take a PCR test to confirm the result.
The Big Ten returned and it did not disappoint, with some incredible performances and epic finishes. What does it mean for the AP Top 25? Let's break down what's next for each ranked team.
The big three -- Clemson, Alabama and Ohio State -- all rolled to wins Saturday. Hopeful interloper Penn State fell short. How did this shake things up come bowl time? Here are our latest projections.
The Big Ten returns! Ohio State enters the fray and immediately earns its top-three spot. Notre Dame hops Georgia for the fourth spot, and Michigan climbs into the top 10 with a big win. Indiana steals the show in Week 8's Power Rankings, however.
Dari Nowkhah and Mel Kiper Jr. look back at the first Big Ten win of the season for Wisconsin.
Graham Mertz, a redshirt freshman named the starter after Jack Coan was injured in practice, broke the Wisconsin program record for completion percentage in a 45-7 win over Illinois.
How likely is it that two or more Big Ten teams land in the College Football Playoff? More likely than you think, at least compared to the rest of the Power 5 conferences this season.