Tag:podcast
Posted on: November 14, 2011 1:22 pm
Edited on: November 14, 2011 1:23 pm
 

PODCAST: Week 11 Review & Jerry Palm on the BCS

Posted by Tom Fornelli

With everything that took place on the field this weekend, the BCS picture is a lot cloudier this week than it has been lately. So on this episode of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast our Adam Aizer is joined by Jerry Palm as they try to sort through all the possibilities.

What happens if LSU loses? Which one-loss team is first in line to jump into the top two? All this and a lot more.

Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer. 

Posted on: November 11, 2011 1:30 pm
Edited on: November 11, 2011 1:31 pm
 

PODCAST: PSU beat writer Donnie Collins

Posted by Tom Fornelli

With everything going on at Penn State this week, Scranton Times-Tribune Penn State beat writer Donnie Collins joins Adam Aizer on the newest episode of the CBSSports.com College Fooball Podcast. Donnie talks about Joe Paterno, Mike McQueary, how the locals feel about Joe Paterno at the moment, and what the future of Penn State football holds.

The Eye On College Football blog's own Jerry Hinnen also joins Adam to talk about Thursday night's games, and what, if anything, can Georgia and Arkansas do to derail the LSU train in the SEC.

Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer. 

Posted on: November 10, 2011 4:48 pm
 

PODCAST: Brett McMurphy on PSU and more

Posted by Jerry Hinnen

Sadly, the scandal and fallout at Penn State is far and away the unavoidable topic in college football right now, and in this edition of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast senior writer Brett McMurphy doesn't avoid it--though in addition to discussing Joe Paterno's departure and the big-picture problem of finding a new coach, McMurphy also talks with our Adam Aizer about the small-picture task of facing Nebraska this weekend.

There's more, too: whether Oklahoma State was exposed at home last week, whether their archrivals at Oklahoma have any shot at the BCS title game, how serious the UCF allegations could prove to be, and more. To listen, click below, download the mp3, or pop out the player in a new browser window:



Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.
Posted on: November 9, 2011 2:19 pm
Edited on: November 9, 2011 2:28 pm
 

Free Bruce Podcast, Week 11: Steve Sarkisian

Posted by Jerry Hinnen

In this edition of the Free Bruce Podcast, CBSSports.com senior writer Bruce Feldman and Bryan Fischer break down all the Week 10 developments including LSU-Alabama, Arkansas after their top-10 win vs. South Carolina, the Penn State scandal, and more.

That's before Bruce and Bryan welcome the podcats's special guest for this week: Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian, joining them to talk rebuilding the Huskie program, Andrew Luck vs. Matt Barkley, what he's learned as a head coach, and more.

To listen, click below, download the mp3, or pop the player out in a new window.

Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.



Posted on: November 9, 2011 2:03 pm
Edited on: November 9, 2011 2:24 pm
 

PODCAST: Week 11 Preview

Posted by Tom Fornelli

While there may not be a Game of the Century this weekend, there are still quite a few big matchups to be played this Saturday that will have a large impact on the rest of the season. None more so than the showdown between Stanford and Oregon on Saturday night. In the latest episode of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast, Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst discuss this matchup along with a lot of others.

How will Penn State respond on the field this weekend with all that has gone on in State College this week? Can TCU knock off Boise State, and what about other big matchups in the Big Ten, ACC, Big 12 and Big East?

Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer. 

Posted on: November 4, 2011 12:23 pm
 

PODCAST: On FSU, Big East-West, and Oregon QBs

Posted by Chip Patterson

When Florida State and Boston College were scheduled to play in primetime on Sunday night, it was likely assumed the Seminoles would be in contention for an ACC title and a Eagles squad led by Montel Harris would be ready to pull the upset in Chestnut Hill. But the 38-7 dominating victory by a 6-3 Florida State team was far from must-see television.  Adam Aizer and I discuss the Seminoles and Eagles, who appear to be headed in opposite directions, on Friday's CBSSports.com College Football Podcast.

With the win, FSU extends their 30-season streak of bowl eligibility. With the loss, Boston College ends a 12-year postseason run. We discuss the job security of several ACC coaches, along with a debate on the nation's worst one-loss team. Oregon head coach Chip Kelly (the "other" Chip) says there is no quarterback controversy in Eugene, but his definition seems to differ from Adam's.

Tune in to hear all of these topics, plus our Week 10 game picks and a quick preview of the possible Big East-West on this sunrise edition of the podcast.

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You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer.



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Posted on: November 3, 2011 4:46 pm
Edited on: November 4, 2011 11:55 am
 

PODCAST: McMurphy on Big East expansion

Posted by Tom Fornelli

If your head is still spinning a bit thanks to the whirlwind that is conference realignment, have no fear for CBSSports.com's Brett McMurphy joined Adam Aizer on the newest issue of the College Football Podcast to discuss everything that's been going on in the Big East. Who the new teams are in the conference, when they'll be joining and who else may be joining them.

Also, you didn't think we could talk to McMurphy without the subject of Alabama and LSU coming up did you?

Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer.



Keep up with the latest college football news from around the country. From the regular season all the way through the bowl games, CBSSports.com has you covered with this daily newsletter. | Preview
Posted on: November 2, 2011 2:34 pm
 

PODCAST: Free Bruce Podcast with Paul Finebaum

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Bruce Feldman joins Bryan Fischer from Tuscaloosa as they preview this week's big game between LSU and Alabama. They also recap Stanford's overtime win over USC, talk about Texas A&M's upset loss to Missouri, the most disappointing team in the country so far and just how big the game of the season is in the bigger pictures. Then nationally recognized radio host Paul Finebaum joins the podcast from Birmingham to talk about SEC realignment, how long Nick Saban will be at Alabama and this week's match up.
Remember, all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts can be downloaded for FREE from the iTunes Store.

You can listen to the podcast in the player below, pop out a player to keep browsing, or download the MP3 right to your computer.


 
 
 
 
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