on The Kickoff this week, host Harry Broadhurst along with Erik Watkins, Jason Teasley, and Brandon Biskobing discuss the big headlines in College Football in the NFL in their own way.
Long-time favorite segments like Studs and Duds where we highlight the best and worst performances...So That Happened breaks down Sam Darnold's ghosts becoming literal, Jamal Adams opening his mouth and removing all doubt, not one but two tries with Miles to Go in Kansas and a bad week to be a ranked team in the Big 12...Get it Together calls out the underperforming amongst us...Are You Serious is the weekly against the spread prediction segment (with updated overall standings).
"I've Got a Question" takes a hiatus due to the late showtime, so the guys discuss the goings in with their own teams in "Pour One Out for the Homers". Finally, "I'm a Survivor" continues as a king sits solely on top of the throne while a tumble takes one of us back to the beginning.
On this week's edition, join host Harry Broadhurst, Brandon Biskobing, Erik Watkins and Jason Teasley as they present their irreverent look at the world's of pro and college football mixed in with the wit and ridiculousness you've come to expect.
Long-time favorite segments like Studs and Duds where we highlight the best and worst performances...So That Happened breaks down A Bridge over Troubled Seattle Waters, Daniel Jones stepping up, UCF getting tripped by Pitt and Peter Dupre being an icon amongst men...Get it Together calls out the underperforming amongst us...Are You Serious is the weekly spread picks (and those who don't learn from the past...)
The Buy or Sell segment has been rebranded as "I've Got a Question" where we talk if college football should give up Thursday, the Greatest Home Field Advantage in the sport and if Antonio Brown will (or even should) play another down in the NFL. Finally, "I'm a Survivor" continues as three of the four haven't suffered a loss yet.
Join Jesse Rosales (@5280Jesse) and Keith Richards (@5280Keith) in a very special podcast as they celebrate their 20th episode of Crossing the Line. The guys kick off the 20th episode somberly as they remember the lives of Jose Fernandez and Arnold “The King” Palmer, who both passed this week, set to the music of Nirvana, which celebrated the 25th anniversary of the release of Nevermind recently and who’s lead singer was also gone too soon. This week, Jesse and Keith are #CrossingTheLine on the MLB playoff race, the G.O.A.T argument in relation to Bill Belichick vs Tom Brady, and introduce a new segment for fantasy football called Buy, Sell, or Bench. The guys also recap Week 3 in the NFL, get into some Good, Bad, Seriously Bruh, and look ahead to the next week in sports.
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).
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:
1. CENTRAL MICHIGAN-OKLAHOMA STATE
2. PENN STATE-PITT
5. VIRGINIA TECH-TENNESSEE
6. PAC 12 Night recap
a. Arizona State over Texas Tech
b. Oregon over Virginia
c. Wazzu falls to Boise State
d. San Diego State beats Cal
e. Arizona squeaks out over Grambling
7. Georgia/Clemson scares
8. Top ten beat downs
9. Derwin James/ Hunter Renfrow
10. Most impressed by?
11. Top 5 following week 2
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.
It is finally here! Austin is joined by friends of the program, Brendan Gray and Seth Stuckwich. They preview everything from week one including an Indiana-FIU preview you won't find anywhere else. In order:
South Carolina vs. Vanderbilt
Oregon State vs. Minnesota
Kansas State vs Stanford
OKLAHOMA VS HOUSTON
Missouri vs West Virginia
UCLA VS TEXAS A&M
LSU vs Wisconsin
Georgia vs North Carolina
USC VS ALABAMA
Clemson vs Auburn
BYU vs Arizona
NOTRE DAME VS TEXAS
OLE MISS VS FLORIDA STATE