Greg DePalma previews Championship Weekend with a trio of guests, including Gridiron Now‘s Mike Huguenin for a look at the key title games that will set the College Football Playoff. The Big 12 finale also is featured, with Ryan Aber of The Oklahoman offering a closer look at Oklahoma and Carlos Mendez of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram previewing TCU.
Greg DePalma spends a few minutes with Tom Fitzgerald, who covers Stanford sports for the San Francisco Chronicle, as the Cardinal seeks a fourth Pac-12 title in six years when by facing USC for the conference crown. They also preview players to keep an eye on in the NFL Draft, likely to include RB Bryce Love.
Greg DePalma previews a weekend full of rivalry matchups, focusing on the Battle for Los Angeles as USCfootball.com publisher Ryan Abraham sits in to help break down UCLA‘s visit to the No.11 Trojans. Other top matchups find 24th-ranked Michigan at No.5 Wisconsin and Cal at No.22 Stanford.
Following back-to-back blowout wins to start their campaign, the Colorado Buffaloes will try and legitimize their impressive start with a big test at The Big House in Michigan.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com take a look at College Football Playoff odds with just days left before the bracket is drawn up, focusing especially on the outsider status of Stanford and defending national champion Ohio State.
Mario Puig, RotoWire.com college football editor, joins Greg DePalma to examine the week’s top storylines and matchups on a rivalry Saturday before the conference title games. This week’s guest is Stanford correspondent Matt Vassar, host of CardinalSportsRadio.com.
College Football: Michigan State, Iowa, Notre Dame and Stanford will set out on an intricate dance over the final two weeks for probably one playoff spot.
Greg DePalma and RotoWire.com college football editor Mario Puig examine the week’s top storylines and matchups, joined by Gerald Tracy of SB Nation’s Oklahoma State outlet. Key games Saturday include Oklahoma/Baylor in a Big 12 showdown and Stanford trying to clinch the Pac-12 North against Oregon.
College Football: Oklahoma State is the new intrigue in the rankings, though anyone among PSN’s top 15 still has a realistic shot at making the bracket.
College Football: Clemson? The College Football Playoff committee’s top choice might have raised eyebrows, but the Tigers have been strong throughout.