The College Football Enquirer breaks down the week ahead in college football while offering its “Race for the Case” predictions.
Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI's Pat Forde continue their yearly picks against the spread competition as we reach the halfway point of the season. The guys open the podcast with a preview of the huge Big 12 matchup between #12 Oklahoma State at #25 Texas. Moving down south, we have a battle of undefeated teams on our hands with #11 Kentucky heading to #1 Georgia for SEC East supremacy. Will the Dawgs cover the massive spread? Our old friend Lane Kiffin brings his #13 Ole Miss Rebels into hostile territory to take on the Tennessee Volunteers. Will these two teams top the biggest game total of the season?
Anything's possible, but the only thing for certain is the NFL has zero credibility on the subject.
As we enter the 2nd half of the season, Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde dive into the storylines that will define the race to the playoffs. Will UGA fold to the pressure? Can Caleb Williams ignite OU? And who will come out of the fierce Big Ten East race? The guys also give a tip of the cap to Coastal Carolina, fans that let the teams settle the argument on the field, and our man…Gavin Adcock from Georgia Southern.
All Nassib has done since his historic admission this summer is play pretty well for the Raiders. People like Gruden could learn a lot from him, if they're capable of learning to shed their prejudices at all.
Gather around, ladies and gentlemen, as Dan Wetzel, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde react to one of the wildest college football Saturdays in recent memory. Where else can one start other than College Station, Texas, where the unranked Texas A&M Aggies stunned the top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 41-38. Do expect Bama to still make the playoffs? The guys also break down the epic Oklahoma comeback over Texas in Dallas, Iowa outlasting Penn State, Michigan surviving on the road at Nebraska, as well as the overall Heisman Trophy race.