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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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Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma State and Baylor were among the best surprise teams in 2021. What are their prospects for an encore in 2022? National college football writer Brandon Marcello from 247 Sports joins AP’s Ralph Russo to put a bow on the 2021 season by glancing ahead to ’22. Fourteen teams that were unranked to start last season fini…
 
The 2021 college football season is over and Georgia is the national champion. The Bulldogs broke a 41-year title drought be beating Alabama in Indianapolis. To recap the game, lookahead at what’s next for each participant and take yet another dive into College Football Playoff expansion talks, Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated joins AP’s Ralph …
 
There is a big game next Monday in college football with Georgia facing Alabama for the national championship, but the big news in college football comes out of Oklahoma. Sooners quarterback Caleb Williams has announced he is entering his name in the transfer portal. The former five-star recruit has decided to explore his options with former OU coa…
 
The transfer portal is hopping in college football with plenty more than just big-name quarterback going in and coming out. Joining AP’s Ralph Russo to look at some of the most interesting players available in college football’s version of free agency is Max Olson from The Athletic. Max has ranked the top 25 players currently available in the porta…
 
Can Cinderella Cincinnati push mighty Alabama in the Cotton Bowl? Will Georgia enter the Orange Bowl against Michigan with the same swagger it had before getting taken down by the Crimson Tide? Cole Cubelic of ESPN and the SEC Network joins AP’s Ralph Russo to preview The College Football Playoff semifinals. For Cincinnati to show it belongs, it wi…
 
The coaching carousel is finally slowing down with the early signing period upon college football. AP’s Ralph Russo hits on both of those topics with two guests. First up, Steve Wiltfong, national recruiting director of 247 Sports, joins the show for an overview on where things stand with top recruits, top teams and schools with new coaches. There …
 
Bowl season is here and there are 42 games to keep you busy from Dec. 17 to Jan. 4 before the national title game on Jan. 10 in Indianapolis. Matt Brown, college football editor for The Athletic, joins Ralph Russo from AP for their annual bowl preview that will cover every single game. There are some great early bowls matching some of the best Grou…
 
Brian Kelly left Notre Dame to become the new coach at LSU. Lincoln Riley is now the coach at USC, leaving Oklahoma behind. In the span of about 24 hours, college football was rocked by two coaching moves that have few historical precedents. Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about how Kelly to LSU went down; how it…
 
Florida joined LSU, Southern California, Washington, Virginia Tech and others in making a coaching change this season. Who is going to fill all these job? Bruce Feldman from Fox and The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to give an update on the latest rumblings from the coaching carousel. Could Mario Cristobal now be in play with Oregon out of the pl…
 
Welcome aboard the coaching carousel, Virginia Tech. The Hokies became the latest team to fire their coach and enter a market where there will be more quality jobs than experienced, low-risk candidates to fill them. Ari Wasserman from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about hirings, firings, meeting expectations and why the current rate a…
 
The bowl system is not what it used to be and expanding the College Football Playoff has the potential to further marginalize bowls. Nick Carparelli’s job as the executive director of Bowl Season, the newly rebranded organization that advocates for bowls, is to help keep the bowls relevant. But how? Carparelli join AP’s Ralph Russo to discuss the f…
 
Oklahoma is 9-0 heading into its first open date of the season, having made a notable midseason quarterback switch. Sooners coach Lincoln Riley joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about sitting Spencer Rattler and the development of freshman Caleb Williams. Plus, has OU’s defense been a disappointment to him and do fans and the media overanalyze teams t…
 
Is Dan Mullen really on the hot seat at Florida? Probably not, but how did things flip so fast for the Gators’ coach, who took Florida to three straight New Year’s Six games and pushed Alabama in the SEC championship last year. College football reporter Steven Godfrey, who co-hosts the “Split Zone Duo” podcast, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about …
 
In the span of about 24 hours, LSU fired Ed Orgeron less than two years removed from winning a national title and Washington State fired Nick Rolovich 11 games into his tenure. It has been an eventful few days in college football. Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about the downfall of Coach O at LSU and what’s nex…
 
Ohio State has righted itself after an early loss to Oregon, winning four straight games in mostly blowout fashion. Buckeyes coach Ryan Day joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about striking a balance between the urgency of high expectations and keeping a team from panicking after an early misstep. Plus, Day discusses quarterback CJ Stroud’s development…
 
Jim Harbaugh’s stock is up at Michigan and Ed Orgeron’s stock is down at LSU after five weeks on the college football season. Where are things headed for two coaches who entered the season in need of a bounce back after difficult 2020s? Adam Rittenberg from ESPN joins AP’s Ralph Russo to give a status report on Harbaugh and Coach O, and discuss why…
 
Clemson is currently ranked 115th in the country in yards per play, right behind North Texas and just ahead of Akron. What is going on with Dabo Swinney’s 2-2 Tigers? ESPN’s David Hale, who covers college football nationally, with a concentration on the ACC, joins AP’s Ralph Russo to dissect Clemson’s ugly opening month of the season. What are the …
 
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