The College Football Today Podcast covers star power, College Football Unionization, the many faces of Johnny Manziel, and the Bag Man with WGN’s Dave Eanet and The Eagle’s Robert Cessna.
Tonight the guys kicked off the Road Trip talking to John Boyette, Augusta Chronicle, about the Masters. Boyette talked about the big stories of the tournament so far. Then they went to Columbia to talk to Brandon Kiley, “The Morning Blitz”, about Green-Beckham’s dismissal from Mizzou’s football team. Kiley discussed the players legal troubles and how they led to his release. He also said it will have a huge impact on Missouri’s football team’s chances moving forward.
Once the Texans have decided on their pick, what would be the most shocking words from the mouth of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on May 8th?
Will the unionization of college athletics be successful and if so, who stands to benefit most? Will the NCAA money bubble burst as a result of the Northwestern ruling?
B-Straw and Pauly G asses the top three quarterbacks in this years draft and how each of their unique skill sets make them a desirable asset to the Texans offense. Paul chooses Teddy Bridgewater as the top QB in the draft for his ability to read defenses and break down plays in front of Jon Gruden.
Spring ball has sprung as the C-USA Champion, Rice Owls, hit the field on Tuesday looking for momentum carryover.
Dr. Kenneth First joined In the Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the new college football rule changes where defenses have a chance to sub in a ten second window to possibly prevent or care for injured players, high school athletes playing year round causing more injuries and youth sports where coaches tell players to throw at the heads of their opponents.
The Texas Bowl has a new title sponsor.
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