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The Big Ten has nixed a proposed deal that would have allowed Nebraska to replace its canceled game Saturday against Wisconsin with a game against FCS foe Chattanooga.
- Big Ten nixes Nebraska vs. Chattanooga game
- Badgers halt, won't play Huskers after outbreak
- Day sorry for not kneeling as OSU rolls Nebraska
- Nebraska QB Martinez keeps starting job vs. OSU
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).
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.
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.
Coach Ryan Day apologized for not taking a knee late in Ohio State's 52-17 win over Nebraska.
The Big Ten is back! And Wisconsin might have a star QB -- at least Patrick Mahomes thinks so. We've got you covered with the day's biggest moments, takeaways and uniform reveals.
CFB Pod: The guys look ahead to Week 8 and give their picks. Plus, Bill Connelly and Adam Rittenberg preview the Big Ten
Pollack and Negnadhi kick off the podcast discussing what looks to be a competitive week of football, what’s up with Bo Nix, Pollack doling out gambling advice, Florida State playing hard, Iowa State rediscovering its identity and their Week 8 picks. Then, Bill Connelly joins the show to talk about potential defensive weaknesses for Ohio State, Penn State missing Micah Parsons, Michigan’s high-potential sophomore class and who can give Wisconsin a run in the West (30:45). Later, Adam Rittenberg hops on to get into pressure facing the Wolverines, how close the Nittany Lions are to the Buckeyes and the intrigue surrounding Indiana and Minnesota (42:00).
A marquee Halloween matchup between Ohio State and Penn State and Jim Harbaugh looking for a breakthrough: There's plenty on the line as the Big Ten kicks off its season on Friday.
Wisconsin has advanced to the Big Ten title game six of the past nine years, and although the Badgers are the favorites to make it this season, might there be a dark-horse candidate looking to end their run?
The CFB Pod: The guys look back at Alabama-Georgia and all of the Week 7 action. Plus, what to expect in the Big Ten's opening weekend
Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s win over Georgia, Mac Jones flying under the radar, Steve Sarkisian changing up the Tide’s offense, why defense no longer wins championship, if Stetson Bennett IV should remain the starter in Athens, Clemson dropping 73 against Georgia Tech, and what to expect from Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan in the Big Ten’s opening weekend.
Quarterback Adrian Martinez, who had a record-setting freshman season in 2018 for Nebraska but struggled at times in 2019, will take the first snaps after competing with redshirt freshman Luke McCaffrey in the preseason.
Alabama and Oregon are still in the top three, but their conference rivals are moving up the recruiting class rankings.
From Ohio State's high expectations to the conference's COVID-19 protocols, there is plenty to pay attention to when the Big Ten kicks off this week.
Week 7 is finally here and so is Georgia at Alabama. Mustaches, tiger tributes and more highlight this week's must-see moments across the college football landscape.
While Oregon and USC were among the teams to make a leap forward, Tennessee and LSU dropped in the 2021 recruiting class rankings.