USA Today college football writer George Schroeder joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss how Mack Brown's exit from Texas will play out and the possibility of Nick Saban taking over the Longhorns program.
Boston College Eagles head coach Steve Addazio joined "Inside College Football" to discuss what makes running back and Heisman trophy finalist Andre Williams so special, going up against Arizona in the AdvoCare V100 Bowl, and much more.
Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden joined "Inside College Football" to discuss his upcoming match-up against Louisville in the Russell Athletic Bowl, how he would assess his defense at this point, and much more.
Jack Ford joined the Tim Brando Show to share his thoughts on the laughter during the Jameis Winston press conference and how Florida State should help prepare their star quarterback leading up to the Heisman ceremony.
Auburn returns to the BCS National Championship Game this season, thanks in part to the steady play of quarterback Nick Marshall, a first-year junior college transfer. The past, present and future tells us this is a positive trend.
Derek Carr threw for 403 yards and three touchdowns, and No. 24 Fresno State's defense bounced back from a rough performance to help the Bulldogs beat Utah State 24-17 in the inaugural Mountain West conference title game Saturday night.
Missouri football head coach Gary Pinkel joined "Inside College Football" to discuss the challenges of facing Auburn's offense, keeping his players focused leading up to the SEC title game, and much more.
Fresno State football head coach Tim DeRuyter joined the Tim Brando Show to discuss the feeling of being in the Mountain West Championship game and what the Bulldogs can expect from Utah State this weekend.
The Buckeyes need a win to keep their national title hopes alive and the Spartans need a victory to guarantee a desperately coveted spot in the Rose Bowl. Join Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman and Brian Jones as they give their insights on the match up.
Man vs. Woman vs. Machine is a feature that runs every Thursday afternoon. It's here where Tom Fornelli fights against the rising tide of female empowerment and technology to ensure that men everywhere can at least claim college football is still theirs. He does this by picking a set of games against the spread against his girlfriend, Lynn, and his Playstation 3.