Brien and Paul head to Waco, and are joined by David Smoak of ESPN-Central Texas. They get into the expectations for Baylor’s football team heading into the college football season, and how the team handled their bowl loss to UCF. They also discuss the next potential big star to be drafted out of Baylor.
Brien and Paul fill up their gas tank and head east to Baton Rouge and Athens. Joining them on their first stop is Tommy Krysan from Pelican Sports Network. Tommy gives an in-depth summary of LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger’s pro-day today. Mettenberger suffered a torn ACL during the 2013 season and according to Tommy, he still has not fully recovered from surgery. Dan Mathews from Football.com joins the boys on their last stop in Athens to talk about Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray and the status of his recovery, after suffering the same injury as Mettenberger last season. Dan says Murray is having a rapid recovery and will be able to fully participate in his pro-day next week.
First scrimmage is in the books for the Conference USA Champs. Head Football Coach David Bailiff says there’s one element of the scrimmage he really liked.
Football in America once was not the micro-managed, hyper-prepared, every “T”-crossed and “I”-dotted exhibition of paranoia and perfectionism that we know today. The game once was not just about measurable skills and methodical propriety. Johnny […]
CBS Sports’ college football expert Spencer Tillman discusses the likelihood that Nick Saban leaves Alabama for Texas with Brien Straw & Nate Griffin.
Not since 1957 have the Owls been able to claim an outright conference title, but with a victory over Marshall at Rice Stadium tomorrow, that will change.
The Ohio State Buckeyes are eligible to play in the BCS Title game, they’re just not good enough.
Senior Bowl Exec. Dir. Phil Savage has some bad news for those that think Johnny Manziel’s college success won’t translate to the NFL.
We may not win every game, but we ain’t never lost a party!
Was the victory over OU enough for Mack Brown to survive at Texas?