Tag:Free Bruce Podcast
Posted on: October 26, 2011 10:40 am
Edited on: October 26, 2011 10:41 am
 

PODCAST: The Free Bruce Podcast with Jarrett Lee

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Bruce Feldman and Bryan Fischer breakdown all of the week's thrilling action, including USC's win over Notre Dame, Stanford rolling over Washington, Michigan State's exciting hail mary and discuss whether LSU-Alabama could play a rematch in the BCS title game. Then, the guys are joined by LSU starting quarterback Jarrett Lee to talk about next week's big game, what's it like playing for Les Miles and just how good that Tigers defense is.

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Posted on: October 18, 2011 6:48 pm
 

Free Bruce Podcast: Oklahoma AD Joe Castiglione

Posted by Jerry Hinnen

In this edition of the Free Bruce Podcast, CBSSports.com senior writer Bruce Feldman sits down with our Bryan Fischer to talk about some of college football's most pressing topics at midseason: how Oregon shrugs off injury after injury, Stanford's domination, Jacory Harris's stunning improvement, Trent Richardson's jaw-dropping Ole Miss performance, and more.

And all of that is just prelude to this week's podcast guest: Oklahoma athletic director Joe Castiglione, who offers his insight into conference realignment and what the Big 12's future will hold, how you go about hiring a Bob Stoops, and what unique challenges lie ahead for a team ranked No. 1 in the country.

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Posted on: October 11, 2011 12:39 pm
 

PODCAST: The Free Bruce Podcast with Mike Gundy

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Bruce Feldman joins Bryan Fischer from New York City to break down all of the week 5 action, including the Red River Rivalry and the nasty Oklahoma defense. They also look at the upcoming Oregon-Arizona State game, if Urban Meyer is interested in the Ohio State job and how Florida State is the most disappointing team in the country. Then, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy comes on the podcast to talk about the relationship with his brother, what kind of weapons Brandon Weeden and Joseph Randle are, how much T. Boone Pickens has meant to the program and he talks about his famous YouTube clips.

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Posted on: October 4, 2011 1:54 pm
 

PODCAST: The Free Bruce Podcast with Mike Leach

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Bruce Feldman and Bryan Fischer discuss Wisconsin's win over Nebraska and their place in the national title picture, preview the Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas, discuss what chance - if any - Florida has at LSU and just how good Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is. Then, former Texas Tech head coach and author of the New York Times' bestseller 'Swing Your Sword' Mike Leach joins the show to talk about some of the people he's met on his book signing tour, what he's learned about the media recently, which was his best Red Raider team and what he wants to do next.

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