Rewind: Sorting out Big Ten, Pac-12 races, return of Notre Dame's D
Tom Fornelli and Chip Patterson review Ohio State-Northwestern, Stanford-Washington, Arizona State-Notre Dame, Miami-Georgia Tech, Georgia-Tennessee, Oklahoma-TCU and more.
Every Sunday, Tom Fornelli and I sit down to review the weekend that was in college football for the rewind edition of the Eye On College Football Podcast.
We hope you enjoyed our conference-by-conference approach to the Rewind last week, because we ran it back again to try and touch on as many games as possible from a busy Week 6. Ohio State-Northwestern and Stanford-Washington were the headline games of Saturday, but conference play gave us a much better idea of who will still be contending for BCS bids at the end of the month.
Also, just like last week I have included our Top 30 ballots from the CBSSports.com 126 polling. You can check out the final rankings here, or let us know what you think in the comment section.
Chapter I: Northwestern is impressive, and now we know nothing about the Legends (Big Ten)
Chapter II: Pac-12 North making a case for strongest division in college football (Pac-12)
Chapter III: Florida State and Clemson flexing superiority, do you trust Miami? (ACC)
Chapter V: Baylor and Louisville's schedules keep getting easier. Beyond Oklahoma, who stops Baylor? Can anyone beat the Cardinals? Tom and I forecast (and likely jinx) the possibility of five undefeated teams at the end of the regular season. (Big 12/AAC)
Ways to Listen
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