|Jeremy Fowler will be on the scene to watch Aaron Murray, Todd Gurley, and Georgia this weekend. (US Presswire)|
CBSSports.com College Football Insider Jeremy Fowler makes his podcast debt to discuss some of the differences in covering college football and the NFL, break down the rise of the SEC East, and preview some of Week 5's biggest games.
After coving the Florida Gators for the Orlando Sentinel, Jeremy spent 2+ seasons coving the Minnesota Vikings before returning home to the sacred sport of college football here with us at CBSSports.com. You may have have already read a story on his blog or seen his "Fun With Numbers" segment on College Football 360, but if not - this is your introduction to the newest weapon in our college football arsenal.
Be sure to follow Jeremy on Twitter (@JFowlerCBS). This weekend he will be on the scene in Athens as Georgia hosts Tennessee. Tune in for a breakdown of that game in the podcast, as well as some of the other big stories from Week 5 and our shared love for rec league basketball.
In a hurry? Check the contents below for specific topics
0:00 - Fowler Intro and some Minnesota Vikings/Christian Ponder talk
4:15 - Differences from covering college football and the NFL
7:10 - Previewing Georgia - Tennessee
8:50 - Is Georgia flying below the radar?
12:30 - Jeremy's early impressions of Florida State
15:15 - Texas' transformation and another era for Mack Brown
16:30 - John L. Smith's time left at Arkansas, and possible coaches for 2013
22:45 - Getting to know Jeremy Fowler
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