Dennis Dodd joins me from the BCS meetings in Chicago for this mid-week edition of the Eye On College Football Podcast. Recorded Tuesday afternoon, we begin with the news of reduced scholarship penalties for Penn State. With NCAA on the mind, I also get Dennis to weigh in on the APU (All Players United) movement and guess the end game. He argues -- and I agree -- that the players are more likely to get cooperation from the NCAA on concussions than compensation.
After enough off-field talk, we move to the season at hand. Dennis and I briefly preview LSU-Georgia and Wisconsin-Ohio State, then move out West to discuss the second-best conference in the country. Oregon and Stanford look title-worthy, Washington is surging upward and all three teams must face Brett Hundley and UCLA. The SEC may be the No. 1 conference, but the Pac-12 is far more intriguing.
Also: Baylor undefeated in late November? Not as unbelievable as it sounded a month ago, huh?
As it is with all Doddcasts, I feel like I learned a lot recording the show. Hope you do the same.
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