Steve Coughlin and Chris Fallica get you prepared for Week Zero, break down the SEC with Laura Rutledge (18:09) and the Power 5 with Rece Davis (35:00).
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What should make fans of each Top 25 team happy this season? See which programs expect a title, a New Year's Six bowl or a couple of more wins.
- Mississippi casinos begin taking sports wagers
- Miss. St. QB: Coach said to prepare for Heisman
- Jets cut '15 2nd-rounder Smith, sign S Bryant
- Former longtime SEC commish Slive dies at 77
From the All-SEC team to power rankings and Heisman hopefuls, we've got you covered, gearing you up for college football Saturdays this fall.
Alabama and Clemson dominate this list of college football's best, but it all starts with the game-wrecking Group of 5 defensive tackle.
Before a conversation about the NBA teaming up with MGM to progress sports gambling with David Purdum, (45:30) Doug & Ben preview the 2018 College Football season with Phil Steele, (12:30) discuss Tiger-Phil and much more.
Sportsbooks at Gold Strike Casino in Tunica and Beau Rivage in Biloxi began accepting bets at noon local time.
Mississippi State QB Nick Fitzgerald says new coach Joe Moorhead told him to get ready to win the Heisman Trophy.
The New York Jets waived 2015 second-round draft pick Devin Smith and signed safety Brandon Bryant on Monday.
Which programs will have the best D-lines this season? Clemson's depth and talent might be in a class by itself, but there are plenty of other elite groups.
Which programs are in the best shape at QB heading into the season? It's hard to top Penn State, where Trace McSorley returns looking for another record-setting season.
Everyone knows Alabama and Clemson will be in the playoff mix. But what other teams could make a surprise run toward a title? It starts with Notre Dame.
The bulldogs nabbed their highest rated commitment of the 2019 class in big defensive lineman Nathan Pickering, a key in-state commit.
Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive has died at 77. Few people had a bigger hand in shaping the modern era of college football.
Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, who led the league to unprecedented success both on and off the field and managed its growth from a regional conference to national giant during his 13-year tenure, died Wednesday at age 77.