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Everything is different in college football this fall. To get a sense for how Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide are handling things, we went to Tuscaloosa to check out the practice field, meeting rooms and everywhere else.
- Mizzou gets 5 players back ahead of Bama game
- Alabama names Mac Jones QB for opener
- Clemson No. 1, Bama, LSU earn 1st-place votes
- Bama DC expects better out of Tide's unit in '20
The SEC is back! From Saban's scowls to Orgeron's 'Geaux Tigaaahs,' here's what we can't wait to watch
What will we get with the return of SEC football? Maybe an angry Nick Saban, secret depth charts and the soothing voice of Ed Orgeron. Plus, we preview key players and storylines elsewhere.
CFB Pod: The guys preview Week 1 in the SEC and the rest of Saturday's slate. Plus, Adam Rittenberg on the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with Adam Rittenberg (1:07) as they discuss the postponement of Notre Dame-Wake Forest and Adam’s belief that all FBS leagues will have some variation of a fall season. Then, David Pollack joins Negandhi to talk about Jackson State hiring Deion Sanders as its head coach, LSU’s freshman tight end Arik Gilbert, year three for Jeremy Pruitt at Tennessee, Oklahoma State’s struggles, Army-Cincinnati and Pollack’s Dude of the Week. Plus, the guys make their picks for the week (11:50).
Former USC FB Sam Cunningham joined Jeremy Schaap to discuss the 50th anniversary of the first USC/Al;abama game, and what it meant to the programs, but also the country from a social perspective.
Jeremy is joined by ESPN Senior Writer Ryan McGee, who talks about his new book "Sidelines and Bloodlines: A Father, His Sons, and Our Life in College Football". Christopher Clarey of the NY Times joins the show to discuss the US Open, and former USC FB Sam Cunningham talks about the 50th anniversary of the USC/Alabama football game and the social impacts of the game.
Five Missouri players previously thought to be out can play Saturday against Alabama after inconclusive coronavirus tests came back negative.
Clemson's Trevor Lawrence gets every first-place vote, but Justin Fields -- who hasn't even played a game yet -- makes his debut at No. 2.
September marks the 30th anniversary of Nick Saban's debut as a college head coach, a one-year jaunt at the helm of the Toledo Rockets. Saban, and the members of his first team, remembered the humble beginnings of a details-driven legend.
Mac Jones beat out Bryce Young and will start at quarterback for the Crimson Tide.
Defending champ LSU loses nearly everyone from last season's squad, while Alabama reloads and Texas A&M looks for a breakthrough in Jimbo Fisher's third season.
The AP Top 25 college football poll is out. We'll have to wait another week for Big Ten teams to be included, but here's what's next for each ranked team.
Clemson holds on to the top spot, garnering 59 of 61 first-place votes in the AP poll.
With the Big Ten unveiling its schedule, SP+ expands to include the conference, and Ryan Day's squad takes top billing.
Pete Golding doesn't make excuses for Alabama's uncharacteristic defensive shortcomings last season, and he probably could.
Here's what the Allstate Playoff Predictor has to say about the CFP chase after the first three weeks of action.