|Stanford's win against USC was another example of the program's lasting power in the Pac-12. (US Presswire)|
The soon-to-be award-winning Doddcast returns with plenty to discuss heading into Week 4. Dennis Dodd and I break down Kansas State's chances against Oklahoma in Norman, the mystery surrounding both Missouri and South Carolina's quarterback situations, and if the scoreboard in Tucson can survive Oregon and Arizona late night on Saturday.
Dennis and I also discuss the interesting rise of Stanford. The 2012 Cardinal squad has shown the program's success can be long-lasting - far beyond a certain quarterback now playing for the Colts. With a physical defensive front and punishing running attack, Stanford looks like a West Coast Alabama. On that note, we discuss the potential teams that could provide an impressive resume and disrupt the chances of an Alabama-LSU rematch in the BCS title game.
In a hurry? Check the contents below for specific topics.
0:00 - Kansas State-Oklahoma preview
5:20 - How many quarterbacks will play in South Carolina-Missouri?
8:06 - Arizona-Oregon and Rich Rodriguez's good fit in Tucson
10:30 - The Fall of USC and Stanford's rise as a Pac-12 power
21:00 - Who is best-suited to challenge Alabama and LSU for 1 and 2 in the BCS?
24:30 - The potential problems for the NCAA in the EA Sports/College Licensing lawsuits.
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