After LSU and Georgia made big splashes in recruiting, the SEC owns three of the top four 2021 recruiting classes.
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Alabama is No. 1 in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, followed by Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State. BYU debuts at No. 14 despite a 9-0 start.
- Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings
- Bama unanimous No. 1; Northwestern up to 11
- Miami coach Diaz tests positive for coronavirus
- ACC reshuffles schedule amid Canes' virus issues
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Where will your team be ranked tonight by the College Football Playoff committee? The Allstate Playoff Predictor has its guess.
Alabama is now the unanimous No. 1 team in the country, as the top eight teams hold steady. Northwestern, however, jumped up to No. 11 as it remains unbeaten.
The Allstate Playoff Predictor breaks down which teams have the best chance to make this season's College Football Playoff.
Mark & Wes talk to Jim Larranaga about his concerns about keeping his team safe from Covid-19 and changes made to the college basketball schedule.
Miami coach Manny Diaz announced on Twitter on Friday that he has tested positive for the coronavirus and will continue to work with his team virtually.
Miami Athletic Director Blake James joins the show to talk about the decision to shutdown for 2 weeks due to Covid concerns. ESPN CBB Analyst Jay Bilas also stops by to get us ready for the college basketball season. Plus we hear from the coaches in "Conference Cuts" and have a surprise winner of "Wide Receiver U"
In major news from the ACC, Miami is forced to shutdown for 2 weeks due to concerns with Covid-19. The guys tell us how this will effect the rest of the league as well as Miami's shot at an ACC title. Plus Tuesday means it's "ACCounting" day as the guys give us their power rankings and both keep the same top 3 with Notre Dame, Clemson, and Miami. Plus we visit with FSU women's soccer player Clara Robbins fresh off being names ACC tournament MVP and winning the championship.
From Ryan Day to Hugh Freeze to Dana Holgorsen, we dissect some of the most promising -- and troubling -- starts.
This draft class doesn't have an elite pass-rusher, but there are a few intriguing prospects. Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay weigh in.
Miami's next three games have been rescheduled as a result of COVID-19 issues inside the program, forcing multiple ACC games to be shuffled.
ESPN College football reporter Andrea Adelson explains to us what makes Sam Howell is such a special player. Plus she tells us how close Miami was to not having enough players to compete last weekend. We also dive into both the Best and Worst from this past weekend, plus we wish Wes and his wife a happy anniversary
With Alabama, Ohio State and Clemson sidelined, the top five remain the same. Who climbed into the top six? Postponements rocked the college football slate, but how did they impact this week's Power Rankings?
No. 9 Miami beat Virginia Tech 25-24 with yet another fourth-quarter rally, despite the game being what Miami coach Manny Diaz called "on the brink" of being postponed after coronavirus-related issues left the Hurricanes thin at key positions.
The CFB Pod: The guys make their Week 11 picks, Pollack selects his Dude of The Week. Plus, Joey Galloway on Cincinnati and Justin Fields
Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing the rash of cancelations across college football this weekend, if there should be a minimum number of games to make the playoff, David’s Dude of the Week and their Week 11 picks. Later, Joey Galloway joins the show after more than a year of ducking Negandhi’s invites to discuss the Pac-12, slotting Cincinnati just outside of the playoff picture and Justin Fields.
ACC Network CFB Analyst Mark Richt stops by to tell us what he saw last week from Ian Book, where would Miami be without D’Eriq King this season, and what does Kenny Pickett mean to Pitt. We also here from the coaches in part 2 of "Conference Cuts" & we unveil the Women’s basketball blue ribbon ACC projected order of finish with Louisville getting the most votes.