The college football playoff field is set. Do we agree with the selections? Of course we do. It wasn’t that hard. We look at other bowl match-ups and tackle some interesting questions from listeners. Subscribe and rate, for once!
Ohio State beat Michigan in an instant classic. Too bad the refs were not qualified to work such an important game. With the release of the penultimate playoff rankings, how will the championship games affect things? At the 31-minute mark, we discuss what will happen if Clemson and/or Washington lose. Also, Steve ate a lot last weekend.
Actual good games to discuss this week, so we do that, sort of. There’s not much individual game analysis, but there’s plenty of playoff scenario discussion. Who controls their own destiny? Is there a path for Western Michigan? Plus, an official end to #NittanyWatch.
The committee’s rankings come out next week, but who do we like right now? We are not in agreement on all four teams, but we can both appreciate the beauty of a Leonard Fournette toss play. #NittanyWatch has taken on a whole new meaning. This Saturday should be highly entertaining. Thanks for listening.
This week, Steve and I talk about the important games from Saturday and look ahead to this weekend. I recount my special breakfast and Steve gives an update on his deodorant usage. About 24 minutes in, we are joined by Jay Kornegay from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook, to talk about national championship and Heisman odds as well as ways you can beat the book. Subscribe and rate on iTunes!
You’d be excused if you saw this NJ.com headline — Michigan third team to be installed as huge favorite vs. Rutgers — and thought the writer was poking fun at one team’s hype and another’s woes, as opposed to pointing out a fact heading into Saturday’s game.
Can Lamar Jackson keep up his Heisman-level pace or will Jabrill Peppers outperform him? What were the noteworthy games last Saturday? What should you be watching this weekend? We’ve got you covered. Please rate us on iTunes!