Greg DePalma spends a few minutes with Bryan Matthews, who covers Auburn football for Yahoo and AuburnSports.com, to discuss the Tigers’ turnaround from a team in turmoil after a mid-October loss at LSU to one that controls its own postseason hopes after thrashing one No.1 team (Georgia) and now getting ready to face an all-too-familiar next No.1 (Alabama).
Greg DePalma analyzes the shakeup in college football’s pecking order after Auburn topples No.1 Georgia to shake up the SEC and Miami shows it’s for real by hammering No.3 Notre Dame. Conference and division titles come into focus as well, along with a review of Sunday’s NFL action.
Greg DePalma previews a huge first Saturday of November, including No.1 Georgia visiting No.10 Auburn in one of three games pitting Top 10 teams against each other. Also on tap: No.6 TCU at No.5 Oklahoma, while No.3 Notre Dame is at No.7 Miami. Greg also chats with Hondo Carpenter, publisher for SpartanNation.com, about Michigan State‘s showdown vs. Ohio State.
Greg DePalma previews Saturday’s top games, highlighted by No.2 Clemson‘s visit to Virginia Tech in a rematch of last year’s ACC title game. Other top matchups include Mississippi State at Auburn (SEC) and Oklahoma State at unbeaten Texas Tech (Big 12). Key injuries are updated, along with odds, trends and picks.
Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma to discuss top rookie performers from the NFL season’s opening week – a lengthy list that includes Leonard Fournette (Jaguars), Kareem Hunt (Chiefs), Cooper Kupp (Rams) and DeShone Kizer (Browns). College football also gets a look, including key wins from Oklahoma at Ohio State and Clemson over visiting Auburn.
Greg DePalma recaps the college football weekend, highlighted by Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield staking his early Heisman claim in Ohio State’s Horseshoe. He’s joined later by Jamal Murphy, chief fantasy analyst for Ourlads.com, who offers an update on Arizona Cardinals RB David Johnson and looks at the top rookies from the NFL’s opening week.
The dogs have ruled the bowls so far this season. After 27 games they’ve covered 19 games and won 11 outright. That’s why we’re making a few changes and rolling the dice on more dogs to try and cash in on the crazy and ridiculousness of the college football bowl season. And what a joke it is! For more in-depth analysis on each game you can tune in to either…
Greg DePalma rolls through the college bowl schedule to offer his predictions, where the Southeastern Conference figures to have a heavy influence. He also takes a look at Week 15 of the NFL schedule, as playoff positioning kicks into high gear.
The Auburn Tigers were left for dead at 1-2 following a home loss to Texas A&M on September 17th. But following a last second win over LSU the very next week, the Tigers have gone on to obliterate their last three opponents by a combined score of 152-24!