Week Three, or as we are calling the "Week of the Dropped Touchdown", was an exciting week full of prestigious programs facing off and Top 25 match-ups galore. Yesh Ginsburg hops on the pod, with Austin, to discuss all the happening from the world of college football. In order they review: Alabama-Ole Miss, Michigan State-Norte Dame, Ohio State-Oklahoma, Florida State-Louisville, North Dakota State-Iowa, Oregon-Nebraska, Houston/Michigan surviving upset attempts, Pitt-Oklahoma State, Texas A&M/LSU/Georgia victories, plus all the Pac12 night action (Stanford-Late games).
ean, Gary, and Randy recap the Houston vs. Cincinnati game, which started out rather close. Then, they go through the rest of the games involving Top 25 teams and a few other standout games happening on Saturday. Week 3 has some absolutely crazy games and they go through them all.
Last Word on Sports staff writer Connor Ferguson joins Austin for the second time to preview a loaded Week Three slate. In order, they preview Florida State vs Louisville, Ohio State vs Oklahoma, Alabama vs Ole Miss, Michigan State vs Norte Dame, USC vs Stanford, Oregon vs Nebraska, Houston vs Cincinnati, Miami vs Appalachian State, Colorado vs Michigan, Pittsburgh vs Oklahoma State, Texas A&M vs Auburn, Mississippi State vs LSU, Georgia vs Missouri, UCLA vs BYU and Texas vs Cal.
Week Two of the season is in the books. The Battle at Bristol has come and gone, The Holy War was, well, Holy, and some referee errors. Yesh Ginsburg joined Austin to review a sneaky good week of college football. In order, we review:
Last Word on Sports staff writer Connor Ferguson joins Austin to preview Week 2 of the College Football Season. Which Pac-12 After Dark game excites your interests the most? Can Iowa State keep it close in the Cy-Hawk series? All that and more on this week's preview podcast. In order, we preview: Louisville-Syracuse, NC State-East Carolina, Penn State-Pittsburgh, Kentucky-Florida, Wake Forest-Duke, UConn-Navy, Arkansas-TCU, South Carolina-Mississippi State, North Carolina-Illinois, BYU-Utah, Iowa State-Iowa, Virginia Tech- Tennessee, Texas Tech-Arizona State, Washington State-Boise State, Virginia-Oregon, and Cal-San Diego State.
It came and went much too quickly, Week One of the College Football Season is in the books and Austin is joined by Jake Mitchell to review all that happened. Is Jimbo Fisher a top five coach in the country? Who is in our top 5's? In order: Notre Dame-Texas, LSU-Wisconsin, Ole Miss-Florida St, Houston-Oklahoma, UCLA-Texas A&M, Appalachian St-Tennessee, Georgia-North Carolina, Alabama-USC, Clemson-Auburn.
Tony Siracusa joins Austin to preview the rest of our LWOS Top 25. They discuss (in order) Houston, Mississippi, Michigan State, USC, TCU, Washington, UCLA, Louisville, Iowa, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Georgia, Oregon, Baylor and Florida.
Mike Loveall joins Austin to discuss the LWOS Preseason Poll's Top 10. They discuss Alabama defending it's title and who will win the ACC. In order, they preview Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma, Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan, LSU, Stanford, Notre Dame and Tennessee. Finally, they preview college football's first game, the California Golden Bears vs. the Hawaii Warriors in Sydney, Australia.
On this show, Last Word on Sports College Football Department Head Tony Siracusa joins us to do a full PAC-12 2016 Conference Preview. He takes us through all of the teams, who has the shot at winning, who will be some contenders, and who will be at the bottom. Will it be Oregon or Stanford running away with it again? Or could another team like Washington, UCLA, or USC step up and take their spot? We give you our full standings and predictions at the end as well on this PAC-12 2016 Conference
This edition of the podcast is coming out a little early due to the holidays, so we basically just start out doing the NFL Week 16 Preview (10:00-1:14:45.)
We discuss and breakdown all the games happening this week, answer questions about the teams that matter, take a look at some key fantasy matchups that will be important for those Fantasy Football Championship games and more.
Then we finish things out by going over some of the College Bowl games (1:14:45-End) and making predictions from
the Bahamas Bowl to the Quick Lane Bowl. We will do the rest on our NFL Week 16 Recap podcast on Tuesday morning.