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Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde recap all of the action that took place this weekend in college football.
Coach Deion Sanders and the Colorado Buffaloes won a shootout against in-state rival Colorado State. The podcast dives into the pre-game chippiness along with the impact that Shedeur Sanders makes on the Buffaloes offense.
The Tennessee Volunteers left Florida with a bad taste in their mouth after getting upset by the Florida Gators. The sloppy Tennessee offense couldn’t keep up with Billy Napier’s squad and gave Napier his first signature win as the Florida coach.
Alabama beat USF this weekend, but did not look very good doing it. The QB rotation of Tyler Buchner and Ty Simpson could not score or move the ball very effectively, leading the show to question what the best move going forward is for the Crimson Tide.
In other games, the Georgia Bulldogs looked a bit more human this week vs South Carolina. The departure of Todd Monken and Stetson Bennett seems to be taking more of an impact than expected. Also, the West Virginia Mountaineers defended their home turf this week against Pitt in the Backward Brawl. Next, Fresno State receives praise from the guys after beating Arizona State 29-0. The Bulldogs are now the only team to have two wins against ranked teams on the road this season.
Back in Iowa, Brian Ferentz and the Iowa Hawkeyes put up big numbers against Western Michigan. After the 41-point performance, Iowa’s offense is averaging over 25 points per game and Ferentz’ much-publicized contract incentives appear to be on-track.
To close out the podcast, the guys give their Innovative Play of the Week, dole out their Small Sample Heisman candidates & play a around of Say Something Nice.
1:00 Colorado edges past Colorado State in double overtime
14:51 Florida stuns Tennessee in the swamp
23:30 Alabama’s QB woes
28:55 Georgia comes out victorious vs South Carolina
31:03 West Virginia wins the backyard brawl
34:08 Fresno State needs to be ranked high
37:36 Iowa and Brian Ferentz put 41 points on Western Michigan
41:14 Fascinating scores in week 3
43:55 Innovative Plays of the Week
46:18 Standout performances from the weekend
49:16 Small Sample Heisman
52:54 Say Something Nice
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