Score Strip

  1. League: NCAAF
  2. Texas A&M vs. South Carolina
    Aug 28ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (18) TAMU
    (4) S CAR
  3. Temple vs. Vanderbilt
    Aug 28ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    (24) VAND
  4. Weber St. vs. Arizona St.
    Aug 28ᵗʰ 3:00 PM
    (20) AZ ST
  5. UCF vs. Penn St.
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 7:00 AM
    (10) UCF
  6. Elon vs. Duke
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (23) DUKE
  7. UCLA vs. Virginia
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (16) UCLA
  8. Alabama vs. West Virginia
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (7) ALA
    W VA
  9. Jacksonville St. vs. Michigan St.
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    JV ST
    (3) MI ST
  10. Clemson vs. Georgia
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (8) CLEM
  11. Ohio St. vs. Navy
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 12:00 PM
    (12) OH ST
  12. S. Dakota St. vs. Missouri
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    SDK ST
    (5) MIZZ
  13. Louisiana Tech vs. Oklahoma
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    (6) OKLA
  14. Florida St. vs. Oklahoma St.
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    (1) FL ST
    (17) OK ST
  15. Arkansas vs. Auburn
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    (2) AUB
  16. Wisconsin vs. LSU
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 1:00 PM
    (22) WIS
    (14) LSU
  17. South Dakota vs. Oregon
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 3:00 PM
    S DAK
    (9) ORE
  18. Fresno St. vs. USC
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 3:00 PM
    (19) USC
  19. UC Davis vs. Stanford
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 3:00 PM
    (11) STAN
  20. Rice vs. Notre Dame
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 3:30 PM
    (21) ND
  21. Washington vs. Hawaii
    Aug 30ᵗʰ 6:00 PM
    (25) WASH
  22. SMU vs. Baylor
    Aug 31ˢᵗ 1:00 PM
    (13) BAYL
  23. Miami (FL) vs. Louisville
    Sep 1ˢᵗ 8:00 PM
    MIA F
    (15) LOU
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Dan Wetzel's Week 1 college football podcast: 2013 debut with Clay Travis

Dan Wetzel
Yahoo Sports

The Dan Wetzel College Football Podcast is back. We know you missed it. Week 1 is here and the newly famous Clay Travis of and Fox Sports 1, is the season-opening guest.

Clay and Dan discuss awkward appearances on television, the challenge of taking on ESPN's "GameDay" and how difficult it is to be Clay's level of attractiveness and having to stand next to Erin Andrews. They also cover whether it's better to just watch games on television and not go to the stadium.

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Johnny Manziel poses with the Heisman Trophy last December. (AP)

The conversation spins to Texas A&M chancellor John Sharp's defense of Johnny Manziel and ripping of ESPN. Is this the latest example of a college president trolling and the influence of the superfan/message-board mentality that famously doomed E. Gordon Gee's career?

Ohio State's season and the high stakes, relatively low-level schedule is debated. Is this like Boise State a couple years back, where other than one game you have to talk yourself into multiple challenges? And how do poll voters weigh perfect records with strength of schedule? Is this the disaster set-up of the final season of the BCS or will the Buckeyes prove to be impressive enough that they are a no-brainer pick?

[Listen: Dan Wetzel and Clay Travis discuss college football]

Each guy also gives a couple of teams that might come out of the top 10 (or more) to crash the national title picture. Dan takes Texas and Notre Dame. Clay talks up Nebraska and Baylor.

Three games are broken down also: North Carolina getting 12 at South Carolina, Boise State getting three at Washington, and Clemson a one-point home dog to Georgia in a hugely significant and attractive opener.

There's a lot more in there too. Give it a listen, it's free.

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