It's Week 13 and there's plenty to keep an eye on with an ever-intriguing Egg Bowl, new rivalries being formed and much more.
The former No. 8 overall pick continues the Bears' lineage of linebackers in the tradition of Butkus, Briggs, Singletary and Urlacher.
- Ohio State-Illinois off as Buckeyes' cases climb
- Bears to start Trubisky at QB with Foles hurting
- Bears' Montgomery cleared, expected to play
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
No. 4 Ohio State on Friday night canceled Saturday's football game at Illinois, citing more positive tests for COVID-19 in the Buckeyes' program.
— Ian Book kept No. 2 Notre Dame’s offense moving while the Fighting Irish defense locked down Sam Howell and No. 25 North Carolina's potent offense for the final three quarters on a 31-17 victory on Friday.
— Ayo Dosunmu scored 24 points, Kofi Cockburn had 13 points and 11 rebounds and No. 8 Illinois rallied to beat Ohio 77-75 on Friday.
The Bears will start quarterback Mitchell Trubisky on Sunday night against the Packers. Nick Foles is listed as doubtful with a hip injury.
First Take 2nd Hour: Will Mike McCarthy last more than a year in Dallas, Tim Tebow on who can take down Alabama, and the guys are worried about the Mike Tyson-Roy Jones Jr. fight
Stephen A. & Max debate if Mike McCarthy should be on the hot seat, Tim Tebow joins to tell us who is the biggest threat to Alabama, and Stephen A. is worried about Roy Jones Jr. ahead of his fight with Mike Tyson.
What will the Ravens roster look like if they end up playing vs. the Steelers on Sunday? Former Ravens TE/Ravens Radio Analyst Dennis Pitta joins to talk about that and why RG3 is a suitable replacement for Lamar Jackson. Tom Waddle joins to talk about the Bears' QB situation and why he thinks it's time to go back to Mitch Trubisky. Plus...Jordan & Shae play "Shae Will or Shae Won't."
Todd Archer joins to talk about the Cowboys awful performance vs. Washington on Thanksgiving and how hot Mike McCarthy's seat is. John Keim joins to talk about Alex Smith's future in Washington after this season. Iowa AD & CFP Committee Chairman Gary Barta joins to try to shed some light on how the first CFP rankings shook out this week. Plus, Jordan & Shae play Take Your Pick.
Jordan & Shae continue discussing the Cowboys laying an egg vs. Washington on Thanksgiving. Plus, how hot is Matt Patricia's seat in Detroit? Rob Ninkovich joins to talk about the difficulties Patricia has had finding the personnel to implement his system and why the Cowboys are so bad right now.
Northwestern's schedule is strong enough that winning out (and beating Ohio State) could vault the Wildcats into the CFP. The road for Cincinnati and others is a bit tougher but not closed.
Watching for big plays in Clemson-Pitt (with Trevor Lawrence) and Alabama-Auburn (without Nick Saban), plus the new-look Georgia offense and more.
A group of athletes across several sports bought and tore down a liquor store, replacing it with a fresh market in the "food desert" Austin neighborhood.