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With the help of players, coaches, TV analysts, school administrators and NCAA officials, AP College Football Writer Ralph Russo tackles on-and off-field issues affecting the sport throughout the year. The show gives everyone from the casual fan to the obsessed alum, an insider look into the AP Poll and all that is trending on campuses around the country. Be ready for the big game, signing day or spring practice with this weekly chat about college football.
 
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SEC preview Alabama and Georgia not only sit atop the Southeastern Conference these days, but they are the two top programs in all of college football. Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network and ESPN joins AP’s Ralph Russo to breakdown the entire conference and try to identify which teams are the biggest threats to derail another Crimson Tide-Bulldogs mat…
 
G5 and Notre Dame preview What can Cincinnati do for an encore after becoming the first team from outside the Power Five to reach the College Football Playoff last season? What are the expectations for Notre Dame in Marcus Freeman’s first season as head coach? The Group of Five and Notre Dame are in the spotlight as the season previews roll on. Pet…
 
ACC Preview Was Clemson’s slip last season just a blip or the start of a downward slide for Dabo Swinney’s program in the Atlantic Coast Conference? David Hale of ESPN joins AP’s Ralph Russo for a deep dive preview on the ACC. North Carolina State has all the preseason buzz, ut can the Wolfpack be trusted to meet expectations? Florida State is stil…
 
Big 12 Preview The Big 12 is in flux off the field, but for 2022 it remains 10 teams with Texas and Oklahoma as the headliners – if not the championship contenders. Max Olson of The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo for a Big 12 preview that keeps the focus on the field and on 2022. No Power Five conference has more balance and a narrower gap between…
 
Pac-12 Preview While the Pac-12 fights for its survival as a conference amid another round of conference realignment, another Pac-12 football season begins with all eyes on USC. The Trojans under new coach Lincoln Riley are without question the most fascinating team in the conference – but they might not be the best team. Utah is the defending cham…
 
What’s next with realignment? It has been almost two weeks since the Big Ten’s realignment bombshell with USC and UCLA. Instead of causing a frenzy of movement, college sports seem to be in a stalemate. What’s next? Pat Forde from Sports Illustrated joins AP’s Ralph Russo to sift through the repercussions and ramifications of the latest monster con…
 
First look at 2022 coaching carousel After nearly being run off in February, Auburn coach Bryan Harsin enters year two of his tenure as Tigers coach clearly on the hot seat. At Nebraska, Scott Frost is getting one more chance to turn around the Cornhuskers. Bruce Feldman from Fox and The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to take a look at the coachin…
 
What ‘21 flops will bounce back in ‘22? Fourteen teams started the 2021 ranked and finished unranked, among them Texas A&M, Florida, Miami, LSU, USC, Iowa State and Wisconsin. Tom Fornelli of CBS Sports and the Cover Three Podcast joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about last year’s flops and their prospects for a bounce-back season in 2022. A bunch of…
 
Over on the Irish; Under on the Aggies The sportsbooks have set their win totals for the 2023 college football season, and ESPN’s Chris Fallica, better known as Bear, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to identify some over and under plays. Bear is not scared away from the big numbers attached to the teams that will be favored to win the national title. He’s a…
 
Marshall Faulk interview and QB Dads Marshall Faulk helped put San Diego State football on the map with one of the most remarkable college careers of the last 50 years. Faulk joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about his journey from New Orleans to San Diego State to NFL stardom, plus an important step his beloved Aztecs are taking this season with the …
 
SEC scheduling and Athlon’s Top 25 The Southeastern Conference gets together in Destin, Florida, this week and considers what its future scheduling model should be. The conference is likely heading toward scrapping divisions, but how should it go about balancing traditional rivals with competitiveness? Braden Gall of Athlon Sports joins AP’s Ralph …
 
SEC NIL spat and Interview with Shane Beamer In the aftermath of the very public verbal sparring between Alabama’s Nick Saban and Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher last week, the question is: What is the difference between NIL done the right way and a potential NCAA violation? David Ubben from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the exercise in h…
 
The end of divisions – in college football. Divisions have been more of a problem than a solution for the Atlantic Coast Conference for years. The ACC is now primed to finally dump its divisions for a new schedule model, and other conferences are likely to follow. Andrea Adelson from ESPN and the ACC Network joins AP’s Ralph Russo to dig into the f…
 
NCAA’s NIL reset The NCAA is trying to bring some order to NIL and provide some relief to coaches in managing a roster. Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated joins AP’s Ralph Russo to dig into some of the latest off-the-field issues in college football. What exactly is the NCAA’s new guidance to members regarding how athletes can access name, image …
 
The Jordan Addison saga As college football coaches and administrators ponder and fret over things like NIL and the transfer portal, one of the best receivers in the nation dropped a spring bombshell on the sport. Pitt All-American Jordan Addison jumped into the transfer portal with speculation swirling about him landing at USC. Nicole Auerbach fro…
 
Who’s No. 1? Previewing the NFL Draft. This week’s NFL Draft is a rare one in which the No. 1 pick is a bit of a mystery. It looks like it will be a pass rusher, but which one? Aidan Hutchinson from Michigan or Travon Walker from Georgia? Eric Edholm from Yahoo Sports joins AP’s Ralph Russo to preview a draft that lacks star quarterbacks but is loa…
 
The (near) future of college football on TV Over the next four years three Power Five conferences will sign new media rights deals that will alter the landscape of college football on television. The Big Ten is first up and what networks it decides to partner with, outside of Fox which is already a done deal, will help determine the market for the …
 
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