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Bailiff & Owls aim for six straight & Redding on officiating today's footballHead Football Coach David Bailiff & the Owls are quietly preparing to win their 6th straight & 10th consecutive homecoming game. Meanwhile, officiating these games has become big business says Redding.
Heavy Coaches Edition of College Football TodayThe University of Houston looks to win three in a row. But, they'll have to win in Tampa against a very hungry South Florida team. Cougars Head Coach Tony Levine shares his thoughts.
Luck; "check biases at the door" ; CBS' O'Connell talks best college QB'sWest Virginia AD Oliver Luck and the new College Football Playoff Committee come together in Dallas to formulate their Top 25 while CBS Analyst Kevin O'Connell talks best college QB's in the land.
Notre Dame has a 'Fighting' chance, says PinkettThe College Football world focuses on Tallahassee, Florida as the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame prepare to face Jameis Winston and the No.2 team in the land, a frustrated Florida State Seminole team.
Kansas OC John Reagan joins CFT; Also, is A&M feeling the pressure?Ole Miss and Mississippi State are the powers in College Football, at minimum, in the SEC. However, KU Offensive Coordinator, John Reagan joins CFT and feels the Big 12 is also in the mix.
CFT- Phil Savage on Alabama, Ohio State OC Tom Herman visits, and Brandon Walker on Mississippi StateExciting weekend of college football on College Football Today chats with some of the top names in College Football.
CFT- Baylor can make a run, says MorrisThe 2014 college football season is taking the nation by storm with the advent of the 4-team playoff. One of those teams looking to crack the top 4 is Baylor. John Morris says they have a shot with good reason.
CFT - SEC & Big 12 have their eyes on HoustonThe SEC and Big 12 have big interests in Houston and Texas; that's not really a secret. However, other than talent and current footprint, what lies ahead for those conferences in Houston? We explore.