BASKETBALL: Wild Weekend, Looking Ahead With Rece Davis: 3/20/18
Jeff Goodman & Rece Davis look back on a crazy first weekend of the Tournament (1:08), look ahead to the regional semis (23:16), examine some coaching moves (31:52) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" shares analytical perspectives on what to expect moving forward (26:35).
BASKETBALL: Tourney Talk With SVP: 3/12/18
Jeff Goodman and Scott Van Pelt discuss the teams who got left out of the tourney (7:30), if UK has legit seeding beef (16:00), the best games of the first weekend (30:56), Final Four predictions (38:20) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" tackles the B1G's tournament profile (24:13).
BASKETBALL: The Final Check-In: 3/6/18
Jeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello discuss which teams have the most to gain & lose in Championship Week, whether Michael Porter should try to play, the beginning of the coaching carousel and much more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" examines tournament projections.
BASKETBALL: Matt Painter & LaPhonso Ellis: 2/28/18
Before a conversation with Purdue coach Matt Painter (22:18), Jeff Goodman and LaPhonso Ellis discuss the fallout of the FBI investigation, March contenders and more (:56). Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" breaks down the Big Ten Tournament (49:36).
On a small batch emergency edition of Courtside, Seth and Dan call in from the road to react to the bombshell news from Yahoo! Sports of a scandal that is engulfing CBB. Players from more than 20 programs have been identified as possibly breaking NCAA rules through violations that were uncovered by the FBI's investigation into corruption in the sport. The guys give you the latest.
BASKETBALL: Medcalf & Hancock: 2/21/18
Before a conversation with former Louisville star and 2013 NCAA Tournament MOP Luke Hancock (25:56), Jeff Goodman and Myron Medcalf discuss the Louisville fallout, where the Cardinals could turn next and more (1:17). Plus, a breakdown of the Tournament bubble with the "Talk Nerdy To Me" guys (41:13).
FOOTBALL: Coaches, QBs & FPI: 2/20/18
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter weigh in on the latest coaching news (5:02), discuss some burning QB questions (19:30) and more. Plus, Seth Walder stops by to weigh in on preseason FPI (27:49).
BASKETBALL: Jay Bilas & The Hurley Brothers: 2/14/18
Jeff Goodman talks to Jay Bilas about the current state of the NCAA (2:07), Coach K beating Coach Cal at his own game (5:52), POY & COY frontrunners (19:49) and more. Plus, Bobby & Dan Hurley (37:01) and "Talk Nerdy To Me" on Xavier's chances to get a No. 1 seed (32:01).
FOOTBALL: Signing Day Reaction: 2/8/18
Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill and Tom VanHaaren recap National Signing Day including Georgia's great day (2:28), the rest of the top classes (16:02), Jacob Copeland's eventful commitment to Florida (44:07) and much more.
BASKETBALL: Chris Mack, Sean Farnham: 2/7/18
Before a conversation with Xavier coach Chris Mack (34:04), Jeff Goodman talks to Sean Farnham about the strength of the SEC, the Pac-12's down year and more (:58). Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" (27:31) and Jeff's thoughts on Duke/UNC (49:29).
FOOTBALL: National Signing Day Preview: 2/5/18
Matt Schick and Tom VanHaaren preview key uncommitted players from the ESPN 300, which schools are most likely to land the best prospects for National Signing Day and more.
BASKETBALL - Greg Oden & Jay Williams: 1/31/18
Before a conversation with Ohio State student assistant Greg Oden (25:16), Jeff Goodman talks to Jay Williams about the biggest story lines in the sport so far this year, the time he got chewed out by Mike Krzyzewski and more (1:00). Plus "Talk Nerdy To Me" examines the most overrated and underrated teams according to the metrics (20:22).
The Education of Marvin Bagley III: 1/25/18
Doubletruck Stories: Three high schools, one year at Duke and the unconditional love of his family have freshman sensation Marvin Bagley III prepared for anything the world throws at him. By Liz Merrill.
BASKETBALL - Robbie Hummel, Chris Beard: 1/24/18
Before a conversation with Texas Tech's Chris Beard (30:11), Jeff Goodman talks to Robbie Hummel about conference supremacy, Trae Young and more (:58). Plus, the debut of "Talk Nerdy To Me" hoops style (26:51).
Patrick Ewing Has The Floor: 1/18/18
Doubletruck Stories: Georgetown's favorite son now leads the program he put on the map, bringing a wealth of experience -- though none of it as a head coach -- and high hopes of restoring the Hoyas to prominence. By Ian O'Connor.
BASKETBALL - Bill Self & Bruce Pearl: 1/17/18
After a conversation with Jeff Borzello about Trae Young, coaches on the hot seat and top prospects (1:25), Jeff Goodman talks to Kansas' Bill Self about the Jayhawks' streak and more (20:49). Plus, Auburn's Bruce Pearl on the depth of the SEC and the Tigers' strong start (40:18).
Victory Lap: 1/10/18
Ivan Maisel, Chris Low and Jake Trotter discuss Nick Saban's legacy (3:03), whether this was the best CFP ever (16:10), UGA's future (25:47), the too early top-25 (33:00) and much more.
Roll Along: 1/9/18
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Brad Edwards discuss Alabama's thrilling win over Georgia, the emergence of Tua Tagovailoa and much more.
ICYMI: Charles Woodson, CFB Hall of Famer: 1/8/18
In light of Charles Woodson being named to the College Football Hall of Fame, we revisit Ivan Maisel's conversation with Woodson from earlier this season.
Crown 'Em: 1/4/18
Ivan Maisel, Matt Schick and Adam Rittenberg discuss the National Championship matchup (2:30), UCF's title claim (29:36), Dave Aranda's new contract (39:10) and more.
Instant Classic(s): 1/2/18
Ryan McGee, Heather Dinich and Brad Edwards discuss Georgia's thrilling win over OU (2:46), Alabama's thumping of Clemson (26:16), UCF's statement (33:53) and much more.
See Ya Next Year: 12/28/17
Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg recap some bowl games, discuss the news that LSU is parting ways with OC Matt Canada and look ahead to the rest of the bowls this weekend, including the NY6. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards giving you a look at the numbers behind the semi-final matchups.
Big Turnaround: 12/26/17
Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low look back on Fresno State's win in the Hawaii Bowl and Army getting to 10 wins on the season. Plus, they share their thoughts on Josh Rosen's comments about sitting out bowl games, the future of Bill Snyder and more.
Early Signing Period Special: 12/22/17
Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill and Tom VanHaaren break down the first early signing period and discuss which schools took advantage, and which ones left something to be desired.
Dusty Trail?: 12/21/17
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Heather Dinich discuss day 1 of the early signing period (3:30), the recruiting dust-up between Dabo Swinney and Urban Meyer (15:16) and more. Plus, Phil Steele breaks down the pre-Christmas bowl games (26:04).
See The Signs: 12/20/17
Ivan Maisel, Matt Schick and Jake Trotter discuss drama surrounding the early signing period (5:10), Lane Kiffin's statement at FAU (11:50), injury concerns at Bama (21:07) and more.
In Memoriam: 12/19/17
Ivan Maisel and Ryan McGee remember the members of the college football community who were lost over the course of the past year.
Early Birds: 12/18/17
Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss who is helped and hurt by the early signing period (3:30), weigh in on UGA's prowess (15:10), talk about their best and worst predictions of the season (23:00), debate who the best college QB ever is (36:00) and much more.
College Football Playoff Preview Special: 12/17/17
Kevin Winter is joined by 7 college football experts, including Mel Kiper Jr., Paul Finebaum, Brad Edwards, Booger McFarland, and more, who deliver their unique perspectives and predictions of the Rose and Sugar Bowls.
No ReGERTS?!: 12/14/17
Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter discuss early signing developments (3:10), teams with the most and least regrets this season (12:27), the start of bowl mania (23:50) and more.
Everybody's All-Americas: 12/13/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Brad Edwards discuss Shea Patterson's potential impact on Michigan (3:05), the significance of Sonny Dykes at SMU (10:51) and more. Plus, a conversation about the ESPN All-America team (24:48).
Great American Weekend: 12/11/17
Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee and Chris Low discuss a classic Army-Navy game (3:21), Baker Mayfield's Heisman legacy (10:51), Oregon's hire of Mario Cristobal (23:31) and more.
After chatting with Phil Steele about CFB awards, Army-Navy and the FCS playoffs (2:02), Brad Edwards, Jake Trotter and Chris Low answer dozens of #Walkons questions on a variety of topics (17:32).
T'd Up: 12/7/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter discuss Tennessee finally getting its man (3:30), debate if there's any awards drama (20:23) and more.
Best And Worst: 12/6/17
Peter Burns, Brad Edwards and Adam Rittenberg discuss the latest coaching hires (1:58), debate the best and worst hires on this year's carousel (28:55) and much more.
Nice To Meet You: 12/5/17
Peter Burns, Brad Edwards and Chris Low discuss this year's Heisman finalists (2:57), weigh in on the Jimbo and Herm introductions (7:30), react to UCF hiring Josh Heupel (19:43) and much more.
Split Decision: 12/4/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Ryan McGee react to the CFP selections (3:19), discuss the latest coaching news (26:33) and more. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (42:45).
1997 Heisman Retrospective: 12/4/17
Ivan Maisel and Ryan McGee look back at the historic 1997 Heisman class and chat about the memorable season with Heisman winner Charles Woodson (10:21) and finalist Randy Moss (29:47).
CFP Selection Show: 12/3/17
Rece Davis, Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway, Jesse Palmer and Booger McFarland recap the unveiling of the CFP Top 25 including the Top 4 of Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia and Alabama, debate if the committee had it right selecting Alabama over Big10 Champ Ohio State and more. Also, Kirby Hocutt, Dabo Swinney, Kirby Smart, Lincoln Riley and Nick Saban join the show.
World War T: 12/1/17
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Jake Trotter discuss another wild turn of events at UT (3:18), penalties for Ole Miss (15:48) and more. Plus, they preview championship weekend (21:36) and get Talked Nerdy to by Brad Edwards and Seth Walder (45:43).
Sorry Not Sorry: 11/30/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter examine the latest coaching drama (2:00), look ahead to the weekend slate (19:39), resurrect the confidence meter (32:36) and more. Plus, Phil Steele's weekly visit (38:34).
On Your Marks: 11/29/17
Ivan Maisel, Peter Burns and Brad Edwards react to the penultimate Playoff rankings (2:30), begin to look ahead to championship weekend (20:05), examine the latest coaching news (25:53) and more.
Keep On Spinning: 11/28/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss more coaching developments across the country (2:55), forecast the CFP rankings (25:45) and more. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Matt Morris (29:50).
Ryan McGee, Matt Schick and Heather Dinich discuss the mess at Tennessee with Chris Low (2:25). Plus, they weigh in on the rest of the coaching carousel (19:58), how the weekend impacted the CFP picture (27:02) and much more.
We're Hiring! : 11/26/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap the Iron Bowl and its implications for the CFP (2:50), Ohio State's comeback win over Michigan (18:50), the guys give you a ride on the coaching carousel (19:30) and Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about the Iron Bowl, the weekend in CFB and what to make of the CFP Rankings for this week.
Ivan Maisel, Peter Burns and Jake Trotter react to the latest CFP rankings (2:15), address the rumors surrounding Kevin Sumlin (7:11), preview the weekend (25:05) and more. Plus, an early visit from Phil Steele (31:26).
Consequences And Actions: 11/21/17
Ryan McGee, Adam Rittenberg and Brad Edwards discuss how the Baker Mayfield situation could impact Oklahoma on the field (3:30), discuss the best first-year head coaches (26:07) and much more.
Coaching Carousel Special: 11/21/17
Adam Rittenberg, Chris Low and Mark Schlabach discuss the coaching vacancies in college football and break down the most likely candidates to fill the slots.
The Search Is On: 11/20/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Brad Edwards recap UCLA firing Head Coach Jim Mora (3:00), Baker Mayfield's inappropriate gesture vs Kansas and if it will cost him the Heisman (17:30), the guys review the Top 10 (31:00) and Brad Edwards brings us "Talk Nerdy To Me" (46:00).
Double Secret Probation : 11/19/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 12 of CFB including Baker Mayfield's inappropriate gesture vs Kansas (2:00) Wisconsin cruising past Michigan (8:50), the guys take you behind the curtain on the latest coaching rumors (22:30) and Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Jim Harbaugh, the weekend in CFB and his Iron Bowl prediction.
Cupcake Weekend: 11/17/17
Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss Wisconsin-Michigan and other matchups that stand out this weekend, Lane Kiffin's impact at FAU, the Tennessee and Florida coaching jobs and more.
Don't Sleep On It: 11/16/17
Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Jake Trotter explain why even though the Week 12 slate looks weak, there are plenty of major implications (2:55). Plus, Phil Steele with his weekly picks (22:18).
Wait... What?!: 11/15/17
Ryan McGee, Adam Rittenberg and Brad Edwards voice their confusion over the latest CFP rankings (1:30), react to Arkansas parting ways with Jeff Long (18:35) and much more.
Falling Into Place: 11/14/17
Peter Burns, Heather Dinich and Matt Schick preview the next CFP rankings (3:00), discuss some worthy COY candidates (22:02) and more. Plus, a chat with Austin Peay coach Will Healy (26:07).
Over And Out: 11/13/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Ryan McGee discuss the most impactful results of Week 11 (4:22), Butch Jones getting canned by Tennessee (24:40) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" on the chances of a conference getting two teams into the Playoff (36:23).
The U Is Back: 11/12/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 11 of CFB including Miami dominating Notre Dame (2:50) huge shakeups in the Top 5, are people's opinions changing on Oklahoma (7:50), the guys give their CFP Rankings (15:30) and Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Miami's defense, the weekend in CFB and his CFP Rankings.
Don't Forget About Us: 11/10/17
Breaking free from the Notre Dame-Miami hype train, Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee and Jake Trotter examine the other big games in Week 11 which carry the most weight (4:00). Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (26:00).
The Wayback Machine: 11/9/17
Peter Burns, Ryan McGee and Jake Trotter discuss the best aspects of the old-school Miami/Notre Dame rivalry (3:30), weigh in on the grass not being greener in the SEC (9:17) and more. Plus, the Thursday confidence meter (20:41) and Phil Steele's picks (30:48).
Imagine The Possibilities: 11/8/17
Matt Schick, Heather Dinich and Brad Edwards react to the latest Playoff rankings (2:15), discuss how Notre Dame ends up fitting in (20:49) and more. Plus, how several realistic scenarios could shape the final Playoff picture (29:29).
Could You Contend?: 11/7/17
Before chatting with West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen (29:24), Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss whether Miami or Wisconsin could put up a fight in the CFP (7:34), debate which program will make the most progress next year (12:29) and more.
Hoping For W's: 11/6/17
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Chris Low discuss the precarious position of the Big Ten (3:58), Bedlam living up to the hype (15:53), Miami's big win (30:40) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" tries to make sense of the metrics (40:26).
True Bedlam : 11/5/17
On the Sunday edition of Campus Conversation, Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 10 of CFB including Ohio State getting blown out by Iowa (3:45), Miami and Wisconsin remaining undefeated (12:45), the offensive explosion in Bedlam (9:00) and former Rutgers DT Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Ohio State, Bedlam and his pick for Miami vs Notre Dame.
Let 'Er Rip: 11/3/17
Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich discuss the best Games of Week 10, weigh in on Malik Zaire getting the nod at Florida (7:30), debate the most attractive jobs (14:40) and more. Plus, the Friday edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Seth Walder (29:29).
Who Do You Root For?: 11/2/17
Matt Schick, Jake Trotter and Ryan McGee, discuss how the rankings impact who teams should root for (1:00), hop on the confidence meter (26:26) and more. Plus, Phil Steele on the week's best games (33:01) and Houston QB D'Eriq King (44:00).
Initial Reactions: 11/1/17
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter react to the first CFP rankings (2:15), discuss what can be taken from them and more. Plus, BC coach Steve Addazio (27:01) and Northwestern QB Clayton Thorson stop by (38:45).
First Look: 10/31/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss who will be in the initial top-4, debate which teams truly control their own destiny and more (3:00). Plus, they weigh in on Mark Emmert's revealing commentary about the state of the NCAA (28:15).
BONUS: 30 for 30 Season Two Sneak Peek: 10/30/17
Campus Conversation shares the trailer for Season Two of 30 for 30 Podcasts, launching November 14th, as well as one of our favorite episodes from Season One, Dan & Dave.
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Chris Low react to Jim McElwain and Florida parting ways (3:10), discuss the impact of Ohio State's comeback (18:41), another Iowa State upset (23:28) and more. Plus, Playoff predictions (36:31) and another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (42:36).
Is Barrett Heisman Bound?: 10/29/17
On the Sunday edition of Campus Conversation, Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 9 of CFB including #6 Ohio State erasing an 18-point deficit to upset #2 Penn State (2:00), the big picture for coaches in CFB (17:30), the guys give their CFP Rankings (15:30) and former Rutgers DT Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Ohio State and his CFP rankings.
Last At A First: 10/27/17
Ryan McGee, Heather Dinich and Adam Rittenberg discuss the impact of Stanford's close call (3:04), why Georgia can't be haunted by cocktail parties past (13:34), the real importance of the last weekend before the first Playoff rankings (19:54) and more.
The Look: 10/26/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Ryan McGee discuss which teams pass the ever-ambiguous "eye test" (18:29) hop on the confidence meter (22:55) and more. Plus, Phil Steele (31:40).
Revenge Factor: 10/25/17
Before conversations with former Missouri coach Gary Pinkel (25:25) and Rutgers QB Gio Rescigno (37:39), Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter talk revenge for Penn State-Ohio State (4:00), debate true blue bloods (15:24) and more.
Gator Hate: 10/24/17
Before a conversation with 1996 Heisman winner Danny Wuerffel (24:47), Ryan McGee, Chris Low and Jake Trotter discuss threats against Florida (2:04), Sam Darnold's decision about his future (8:27), Notre Dame's Playoff hopes (12:21) and more.
Learning Experience: 10/23/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss which teams we learned the most about in Week 8 (4:02), play the CFP "what if" game (32:13) and more. Plus, a fresh edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (40:06).
A Very Happy Valley: 10/22/17
On the Sunday edition of Campus Conversation, Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 8 of CFB including the Penn State beatdown of Michigan, ND rolling over USC, they talk the big picture of CFB and former Rutgers DT Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Penn State, Notre Dame and Miami.
An Important Stretch: 10/20/17
Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee and Chris Low discuss Week 8's importance on multiple levels (8:54), have a fascinating discussion with ESPN's Dave Wilson (23:25), listen to Brad Edwards talk nerdy (35:13) and much more.
Can You Repeat That?: 10/19/17
Matt Schick, Peter Burns and Ryan McGee discuss James Franklin's approach to Michigan (11:40), whether Wisconsin is legit (20:51), get on the confidence meter (32:36) and more. Plus, Phil Steele stops by to preview the week's biggest games (45:10).
Cracks In The Foundation?: 10/18/17
Before catching up with West Virginia's Will Grier (27:20) and Syracuse's Steve Ishmael (37:03), Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Brad Edwards discuss potential concerns at Auburn (3:20), what's on the line in South Bend this weekend (10:30) and more.
Sorry, Not Sorry: 10/17/17
Peter Burns, Heather Dinich and Jake Trotter discuss who should be the most sorry through the first 7 weeks of the season (1:52). Plus, they debate the scenarios the rest of the way which could cause complete Playoff chaos (14:06).
Unlucky Week 7: 10/16/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Ryan McGee discuss how Week 7's stunning upsets re-shaped the landscape (13:48), Nebraska's new AD (4:31) and much more. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards (41:12).
Top 10 Shake-Up: 10/15/17
On the Sunday edition of Campus Conversation, Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum recap Week 7 of CFB including all of the upsets in the Top 10, the guys pick the Playoff 4 as they see it, talk big picture of CFB and former Rutgers DT Eric LeGrand stops by to talk about Clemson and Ohio State.
Whooooo's OU?: 10/13/17
After an update on UNC from Ryan McGee (1:57), Peter Burns, Matt Schick and Heather Dinich discuss who runs the biggest risk of being this week's version of Oklahoma (14:34) and much more. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" focusing on Miami's conference title hopes (43:17).
Take The Fork Out: 10/12/17
Matt Schick, Peter Burns and Chris Low discuss the coaches that have best resurrected their seasons (5:43), check in with great American orator Mike Leach (16:09) and more. Plus, the confidence meter (34:00) and Phil Steele's weekly visit (45:30).
Over The Hump: 10/11/17
Before a conversation with Iowa State WR Allen Lazard (28:53), Peter Burns, Ivan Maisel and Brad Edwards discuss their impressions from the first half of the season, including their biggest surprises, disappointments and more.
Leaving The Beavers: 10/10/17
Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Jake Trotter welcome Adam Rittenberg to discuss Gary Andersen and Oregon State parting ways (1:36). Plus, Heather discusses what we can learn from the trends of the season's first half (12:23) and more.
Same Old: 10/9/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Ryan McGee discuss Iowa State's upset of Oklahoma, LSU getting off the mat, the Canes getting over the hump and much more from Week 6. Plus, the Monday edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me."
Rat Poison : 10/8/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum discuss Nick Saban's latest comments about positive media coverage as it pertains to Alabama, the Iowa State upset against Oklahoma, what's next for Jim Harbaugh and much more.
Forgotten Bird?: 10/6/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter discuss NC State's big win over Louisville, Lamar Jackson's shattered Heisman dreams and more. Plus, a preview of the weekend's best games and "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Seth Walder.
Predictions Cubed: 10/5/17
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Chris Low discuss AD dilemmas at LSU and Nebraska, take a ride on the confidence meter and break down the week's best games with Phil Steele.
The State Tournament: 10/4/17
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter discuss the intersection of social media in college football, debate the sport's best state and more. Plus, they chat with Troy quarterback Brandon Silvers.
Now Or Never?: 10/3/17
Ryan McGee, Ivan Maisel and Heather Dinich discuss Chris Petersen's issues with Pac-12 after dark, wonder if it's now or never for Miami against FSU and more. Plus, they catch up with USF QB Quinton Flowers.
September Superlatives: 10/2/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss how Alabama and Clemson are separating themselves from the pack, weigh in on some crushing losses in the SEC and more. Plus, superlatives from the first full month of the season and another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards.
The Hottest Seat: 10/1/17
Today on Campus Conversation, Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum talk Butch Jones being on the hot seat after getting shut out by Georgia, a recap of the CFB weekend and more.
On The Ropes: 9/29/17
Peter Burns, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg discuss Texas' impressive road win, debate which teams' seasons are already on the ropes and look ahead to the best games of Week 5. Plus another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Seth Walder.
Crossover Effect: 9/28/17
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Peter Burns discuss the impact the college basketball scandal could have on college football with ESPN recruiting analyst Gerry Hamilton. Plus, the guys hop on the confidence meter and chat with Phil Steele about Week 5's best games.
Never Coming Back Again?: 9/27/17
Ivan Maisel, Chris Low & Brad Edwards examine Butch Jones' latest outburst and debate when, and how, traditional powers like Tennessee, Nebraska and Michigan can regain glory.
Playing It Straight: 9/26/17
Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Brad Edwards talk to Mark Schlabach about Florida's issues, discuss the "unbiased" top-10 at this point in the year and more.
Deuces Wild: 9/25/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss Saquon Barkley's incredible performance, what may have turned into a two-man Heisman race and more. Plus, they ponder who are the second-best teams in the Power 5 conferences, the sickest fan bases, and another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Seth Walder.
Sweating It Out: 9/24/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum review Week 4 including Alabama rolling over Vanderbilt, the near upsets of Oklahoma and Penn State, TCU upsetting Oklahoma State in Stillwater, the big picture for the college football season, #Walkons and more.
I'm A Man: 9/22/17
Peter Burns, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg discuss Mike Gundy's career and growth as a coach, the Oklahoma State-TCU matchup this weekend, Nebraska firing Shawn Eichorst and more. Plus, another edition of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Matt Morris.
The Unfamiliar Breed: 9/21/17
Peter Burns, Matt Schick and Adam Rittenberg give due credit to nontraditional powers off to fast starts, go through their confidence meters and more. Plus, Jake Trotter on David Boren's retirement announcement and Phil Steele's weekly visit.
Reality Check: 9/20/17
Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Brad Edwards discuss which big (and not so big) name schools that are off to fast starts should be taken seriously. Plus, Edward Aschoff catches up with Washington DT Vita Vea and much more.
September Misery: 9/19/17
Ryan McGee, Chris Low and Jake Trotter debate how much of the SEC is actually on the hot seat, discuss frustrations coming out of Big Ten country, rivalry calendars and more.
The Rise Of The Fall: 9/18/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Ryan McGee discussed what can be learned from the USC/Texas and Florida/Tennessee thrillers, Mississippi State and Clemson's big wins and more. Plus, a conversation with Mark Schlabach on the state of the SEC and another installment of "Talk Nerdy To Me."
Clemson Crushes Louisville : 9/17/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum review Week 3 of the CFB season including Clemson's big win over Louisville, USC holding on in double OT, Florida's miracle in The Swamp and more.
What, Me Worry?: 9/16/17
Good thing college football's top quarterback performs best under pressure, because Sam Darnold has returned USC to L.A.'s most glaring spotlight. By Molly Knight.
What If?: 9/15/17
Before catching up with TCU coach Gary Patterson, Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich wonder what could happen if top teams fall this weekend, examine how Texas and USC changed the landscape of college football nearly 12 years ago and more. Plus, Brad Edwards' "Talk Nerdy To Me."
Juice In The Swamp?: 9/14/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Jake Trotter discuss if Louisville MUST win this weekend for Lamar Jackson's Heisman campaign, talk about the intrigue between Florida and Tennessee, read the confidence meter and more. Plus, Phil Steele stops by with an intriguing upset alert.
It's So Necessary: 9/13/17
Peter Burns, Ryan McGee and Brad Edwards discuss whether Tennessee or Florida is feeling more pressure this weekend, talk about Lamar Jackson's Heisman campaign as his Cardinals take on Clemson, wonder if USC is primed for an upset against Texas and more.
Damage Control: 9/12/17
Peter Burns, Chris Low and Jake Trotter discuss Baker Mayfield's apology, J.T. Barrett's critics and more. Plus, which coaches are already on the hot seat?
Buckeyes' Trend?: 9/11/17
Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg discuss Ohio State's troubling trend, review where their predictions were right and wrong and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Seth Walder.
Baker Comes Up Big: 9/10/17
Matt Barrie and Paul Finebaum have your Week 2 CFB reactions from all across the country including Oklahoma's huge win over Ohio State, Clemson shutting down Auburn and more.
Over The Line: 9/8/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss the racist letter sent to Kevin Sumlin with Sam Khan. Plus, they preview Week 2's best games and talk to Phil Savage about Nick Saban.
Texas-Sized Diss: 9/7/17
Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Heather Dinich discuss Urban Meyer's criticisms of Tom Herman, reveal their confidence picks for Week 2 and more. Plus, a chat with Phil Steele.
Buyers And Sellers: 9/6/17
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter discuss the newest AP poll, debate which teams' stock they're buying and wonder about the perception of the Big 12.
Week 1 Scruff: 9/5/17
Peter Burns, Matt Schick and Ivan Maisel break down Tennessee's comeback over Georgia Tech, the rough week for Texas schools, impressive wins for Michigan and Alabama and more.
No Days Off : 9/3/17
On the premier of the Sunday edition of Campus Conversation, SC anchor Matt Barrie and SEC Network's Paul Finebaum recap Saturday's action including Alabama's dominating win, the impact of Deondre Francois' injury, Michigan's embarrassment of Florida and more. Plus, they answer #walkons.
Rust Shakers: 9/1/17
Before a conversation with Baylor coach Matt Rhule, Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Chris Low discuss the implications of Thursday's games, look ahead to an incredible weekend, discuss Lane Kiffin's comments about last season's title game and more. Plus, the debut of "Talk Nerdy To Me" with Brad Edwards and Matt Morris.
Before a conversation with Virginia Tech's Justin Fuente, Adam Rittenberg, Heather Dinich and Jake Trotter react to more Florida suspensions and the Gators' QB selection, analyze the Thursday games and more. Plus, Phil Steele breaks down the best games of Week 1.
Who Needs It More?: 8/30/17
Before conversations with UVA's Bronco Mendenhall and Wake Forest's Dave Clawson, Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Chris Low discuss whether Jim Harbaugh or Jim McElwain is under more pressure, weigh in on the perception of Jimbo Fisher's media paranoia and more.
Starting Strong: 8/30/17
Ian Fitzsimmons and Kirk Herbstreit share their excitement over football's return, look ahead to an epic Week 1 and make their championship and awards predictions.
War Of Words: 8/29/17
Before conversations with NC State's Dave Doeren and Iowa State's Matt Campbell, Ryan McGee, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter discuss the bickering between Jim Harbaugh and Jim McElwain, Art Briles' short-lived tenure in the CFL and more.
Zero's Heroes: 8/28/17
Before conversation's with Pitt's Pat Narduzzi and Syracuse's Dino Babers, Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel and Adam Rittenberg share their reaction from CFB's "Week 0," discuss Art Briles' new job, look ahead to the most compelling stories of the week and more.
Dabo's New Deal: 8/25/17
Before conversations with South Carolina's Will Muschamp and Kansas' David Beaty, Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Ryan McGee discuss Dabo Swinney's new contract, the weekend's games and more.
Poll Dancing: 8/23/17
Before discussions with USF's Charlie Strong and BC's Steve Addazio, Ivan Maisel, Jake Trotter & Chris Low react to the AP poll, discuss Max Browne's value at Pitt and more.
22 Harvest Street: 6/29/17
On December 4, 2015, University of Rochester defensive end Niko Kollias life changed forever. Kidnapped, tortured and robbed, Kollias survived an attack of unspeakable acts.
Likely Left Out?: 8/21/17
Before conversations with Miami's Mark Richt & GT's Paul Johnson, Peter Burns, Matt Schick & Heather Dinich debate which conference is most likely to get left out of the CFP, weigh in on Nick Saban's eclipse commentary and much more.
Leaders Of The Pack: 8/18/17
Before discussions with West Virginia's Dana Holgorsen and North Carolina's Larry Fedora, Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Jake Trotter discuss the top active coaches, Nick Saban's recent rant about the media and more.
Tough Enough?: 8/15/17
Before conversations with Alabama's Nick Saban and Duke's David Cutcliffe, Peter Burns, Ivan Maisel and Heather Dinich remember Frank Broyles, debate the toughest divisions in college football and much more.
Chomping At The Bit: 8/14/17
Before chats with Clemson's Dabo Swinney & Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley, Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg & Jake Trotter discuss the suspensions at Florida, weigh in on intriguing QB battles at places like Michigan, Texas, Miami, Virginia Tech and many more.
Speaking Out Of Turn?: 8/10/17
Before discussions with Florida State's Jimbo Fisher and K-State's Bill Snyder, Matt Schick, Ryan McGee and Jake Trotter weigh in on Josh Rosen's comments, the latest drama at Ole Miss and more.
Let The Conversation Begin: 8/8/17
Before conversations with Tennessee's Butch Jones and LSU's Ed Orgeron, Peter Burns, Adam Rittenberg and Jake Trotter discuss the biggest storylines surrounding coaches in 2017, how Ole Miss' future is impacted by the latest developments and much more.
Who do you love to hate?: 7/28/17
Peter Burns filled in for Paul and spoke with Mike Golic Jr., Ryan McGee, Chris Low and Adam Rittenberg as the Campus Conversation take over ended the week.
Rapid Fire predictions: 7/27/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul and talks to a host of writers plus takes phone calls on rapid fire predictions for the season.
Nick Saban: "Tua has to play.": 7/26/17
Coach Saban chats with Peter Burns about his dynamic QB's and more. Other great guests include Pete Thamel, Spencer Hall, Booger McFarland and Matt Schick.
Is the ACC Better Than the SEC?: 7/25/17
The ACC may be better than the SEC. ACC coaches Mark Richt, David Cutcliffe, Jimbo Fisher and Justin Fuentes stop by and let us know which conference is better.
Hour 1: 7/24/17
Brad Edwards filled in for Paul and talked to Dabo Swinney, Clemson HC, Bill Snyder, Kansas State HC and Ivan Maisel on his newly titled "Campus Conversation" podcast.
SEC Stunner: 7/21/17
Before conversations with Oklahoma State's Mike Gundy and Texas Tech's Kliff Kingsbury, Ivan Maisel & Adam Rittenberg react to Hugh Freeze's resignation, discuss what's next for Ole Miss and more.
Talkin' Season: 7/11/17
Ivan Maisel, Chris Low and Heather Dinich discuss SEC media days, wonder if this is the year Miami finally bounces back and much more. Plus, a chat with Phil Steele.
The Next Chapter: 6/22/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Ryan McGee discuss the start of Lincoln Riley's tenure at Oklahoma, talk about the best coaching rivalries in college football, examine the financial quandaries at Cal and more.
Sooner Shocker: 6/7/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich react to the shocking news of Bob Stoops' retirement from Oklahoma and discuss what it means for OU and the Big 12.
A New Kind Of Rival: 5/30/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg & Chris Low discuss Lane Kiffin's camp, Playoff rivalries and more. Plus, they debate the best CFB broadcasters and game day cuisine.
Tech Exodus: 5/16/17
Ivan Maisel, Heather Dinich and Adam Rittenberg discuss the mass departure of players from Texas Tech, Oklahoma's future in the Big 12 and more with Jake Trotter. Plus, a conversation about Lane Kiffin's latest antics and a big signing for Tennessee.
Money Train: 5/4/17
Before a conversation with Penn State coach James Franklin, Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Matt Schick discuss the ramifications of Nick Saban's contract extension, a judge's criticism of Charlie Strong's program and more.
New & Improved?: 4/18/17
Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee & Chris Low discuss their spring game impressions including Ohio State's revamped offense, Texas' new locker room & Nick Saban's comments on new rules.
Quick Fixes?: 4/5/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich discuss the fixes that need to be made for some championship contenders, Brian Kelly's criticisms of Deshone Kizer, the best redemption stories in college football history and more.
Here To Stay: 3/21/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Chris Low discuss a big signing for Clemson, Bob Stoops recent comments about facilities, Mike Gundy's personality evolution and more.
What's In A Number?: 3/8/17
Ivan Maisel, Ryan McGee and Chris Low run through recent news on and off the field and debate the most mythical jersey numbers at various schools throughout college football.
Ole Mess: 2/23/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich chat with Mark Schlabach about the latest issues at Ole Miss. Plus, they discuss the impact of Brian Daboll at Alabama and more.
Roll With It: 2/8/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg and Heather Dinich discuss Alabama's options after Steve Sarkisian's departure, more issues for the Baylor program and much more.
Signing Day Recap Special: 2/3/17
Matt Schick and Craig Haubert of Recruiting Nation recap an action-packed National Signing Day and break down which programs set themselves up for success in the coming years.
Signing Day Preview Special: 1/31/17
Matt Schick, Tom Luginbill & Craig Haubert of "Recruiting Nation" look ahead to National Signing Day, the latest on top uncommitted prospects & more. Plus Scott Van Pelt stops by to talk Maryland.
Put A Bow On It: 1/11/17
Ivan Maisel and Chris Low put Clemson's win in perspective, discuss the best stories of the 2016 season and look ahead to the future landscape of the sport.
One For The Ages: 1/10/17
Matt Schick, Adam Rittenberg & Brad Edwards recap the epic National Championship between Clemson and Alabama and delve into what the game means for the programs & the sport.
Game Day: 1/9/17
Ivan Maisel, Adam Rittenberg, Matt Schick & Ryan McGee preview the National Championship, discuss the dismissal of Sonny Dykes at Cal, the early departure of Mitch Trubisky from UNC and the newest CFB Hall of Fame class.
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