Tag:Adam Aizer
Posted on: October 19, 2011 4:24 pm
Edited on: October 21, 2011 3:46 pm
 

PODCAST: Week Eight Preview

Posted by Chip Patterson

After getting no respect from the computers in the initial BCS standings, undefeated Wisconsin faces their toughest test yet against Michigan State on the road Saturday night. Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst break down the premiere matchup in the Big Ten along with the rest of the most notable Top 25 games in this CBSSports.com Week Eight Preview Podcast.

Oklahoma State has proven to be vulnerable against the run this season, and the guys predict whether or not Missouri's ground game will get going against the Cowboys. They also reveal some truths regarding Cincinnati's gaudy offensive numbers, and preview USC and Notre Dame under the lights.

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

You can listen to the Week Eight Preview 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: October 18, 2011 6:50 pm
Edited on: October 21, 2011 3:50 pm
 

The Doddcast: Midseason Review

Posted by Chip Patterson

In coordination with his midseason report, CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd sits down with Adam Aizer to deliver his midseason superlatives. Best game, biggest surprise/disappointment, offensive AND defensive Heisman, and much more. Also, Adam explains why he thinks the Honeybadger Tyrann Mathieu is NOT the premiere defensive player in college football. Check out all that, plus the Top Five teams in the land and a Auburn-LSU preview on this week's Doddcast.

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

You can listen to the Doddcast 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: October 14, 2011 5:01 pm
Edited on: October 14, 2011 5:02 pm
 

PODCAST: Big Ten Thoughts; Bad Season So Far?

Posted by Adam Jacobi

Eye on College Football Big Ten Blogger Adam Jacobi is this week's guest as two Big Ten unbeatens play tough games this week. Does the Big Ten deserve more respect? Will Michigan and Illinois keep winning? Will Wisconsin have a good shot at the National Championship? We also recap USC's Thursday night win and debate if this season has been disappointing so far. No big upsets, no crazy weekends, but hey, it's still college football.

(NOTE FROM ADAM: I also despise the Coaches Poll. You all probably know that by now, but here I at least get to talk about it on the podcast.) 

Here's a direct link to the podcast if you're on a device without Java, and here's a link to a popout player if you're inclined to listen in a different window. Otherwise, just hit play below and you're all set.

If you'd lke to subscribe to this podcast in iTunes and you haven't yet, what's keeping you? Click here for the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast's iTunes page.

Posted on: October 12, 2011 2:04 pm
Edited on: October 14, 2011 3:50 pm
 

PODCAST: Week 7 Preview

Posted by Tom Fornelli

While there isn't exactly a marquee matchup on the schedule this weekend like we've had the last few weeks, that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of interesting games to keep an eye on. In this week's preview, the CBSSports.com College Football Podcast wonders whether Michigan, Illinois or Kansas State will be the surprise unbeaten that finally falls. Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst also wonder if Arizona State and Wake Forest can pull off a couple upsets, whether Texas has a chance against Oklahoma State, and even an important Conference USA matchup. All that and more, so give it a listen.

Listen below, download the mp3pop out the player to continue browsing, and subscribe to the CFB Podcast in iTunes if you like what you hear.

Posted on: October 6, 2011 3:42 pm
Edited on: October 7, 2011 4:26 pm
 

PODCAST: McMurphy on realignment

Posted by Tom Fornelli

Today has been a rather busy day in the world of college football realignment as the Big 12 has added TCU to its ranks and it appears it's the Big East's turn to be the conference teetering on the brink. So what better way to get caught up on everything that's happened and what's likely to happen next than with CBSSports.com's Brett McMurphy?

Brett got on the horn with Adam Aizer this afternoon to talk about the Big 12, the Big East and actual football as well.

Listen below, download the mp3pop out the player to continue browsing, and subscribe to the CFB Podcast in iTunes if you like what you hear. 

Posted on: October 5, 2011 1:45 pm
Edited on: October 7, 2011 4:23 pm
 

PODCAST: Week 6 Preview

Posted by Tom Fornelli

While the biggest game on the schedule this week is likely the Red River Rivalry between Oklahoma and Texas, it's not the only interesting matchup taking place on Saturday. So in the latest episode of CBSSports.com's College Football Podcast, Adam Aizer and J. Darin Darst get together to talk about that game along with others like Michigan/Northwestern and Missouri/Kansas State as a couple of teams look to stay unbeaten. They also preview an SEC West battle between Arkansas and Auburn, and wonder whether or not LSU and Nebraska will blow out Florida and Ohio State.

All that and more!

Listen below, download the mp3pop out the player to continue browsing, and subscribe to the CFB Podcast in iTunes if you like what you hear.

Posted on: October 4, 2011 11:18 pm
Edited on: October 7, 2011 4:25 pm
 

PODCAST: The Doddcast, Week 6

Posted by Chip Patterson

As the Ohio State booster saga takes yet another turn, CBSSports.com's Dennis Dodd wonders what is going on in Columbus? In this edition of the Doddcast, Dennis and Adam Aizer discuss the ongoing situations at Ohio State and preview the week ahead in college football.

South Carolina will give Conner Shaw a start against Kentucky, and an improving Texas team gets their toughest challenge yet in the Red River Rivalry. Dennis and Adam also discuss Boise State's chances of playing in a national championship, and break down the defensive side of the ball for Wisconsin.

For all this and more, including Dennis' latest thoughts on the Heisman race, tune in to this week's edition of the Doddcast.

You can listen in the player below, or click here to pop out the media player and keep browsing. You can download the MP3 here, or find all of the CBSSports.com College Football Podcasts on iTunes.



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Posted on: October 3, 2011 3:44 pm
Edited on: October 7, 2011 4:30 pm
 

PODCAST: College Football Week 5 Review

Posted by Adam Jacobi

After whipping Nebraska Saturday is Wisconsin better than Oklahoma? Does Stanford have enough talent to win a championship? Is Illinois legit? Michigan? Texas? We give our thoughts on the Week Five action. Navy and Air Force played an epic game, Steve Spurrier screwed up, the Big Ten Legends Division is wide open, Washington got a sneaky win this week and Trent Richardson may win the Heisman.

To listen in a pop-out player, click here. Otherwise, hit play below.

Personally, I'd love to see Wisconsin and Oklahoma have it out on the field -- as would I with the Badgers and Boise State, Alabama, LSU, Stanford, you name it. The fact is that Nebraska has not been a very good team at any point this season, and Wisconsin is sufficiently good that it needs a legitimate Top 5 opponent to play before we can accurately figure out where the Badgers stand in the pecking order. They're likely to go undefeated, but then so is whoever wins between Alabama and LSU on November 5, and it wouldn't surprise me if at least two teams out of the trio of Boise State, Oklahoma, and Stanford did too.

Now would be as good a time as any to remind fans that college football has always aggressively opposed the type of playoff system that could help more accurately solve this dilemma, because that's not really what the powers that be have ever been interested in. 

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