College Podcast: Popeyes Sandwiches, Week 0 Band Fights and Week 1 Preview

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Before we take a look back at the wacky Week 0 that was, Pat and Dan describe their adventures to Popeyes to get the now-famous chicken sandwich. (1:22)

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Wetzel, Thamel and Forde then dive into the Florida-Miami and Arizona-Hawaii games. You won’t want to miss the laughter over the wild fight involving the Gator band in Orlando. (8:26)

Jim Harbaugh is back in the headlines with his comments on how it is “hard to beat the teams that cheat.” Does he actually have a point? (16:09)

Dan, Pat and Pete keep it in the Big Ten and break down the news out of Penn State, where a former team doctor has accused James Franklin of pressuring him to clear players early. (28:58)

Dan then joins Pat and Pete this season in picking the biggest Week 1 matchups against the spread. Who will take the Pac-12 vs SEC bout of Oregon vs. Auburn in Arlington? Will FSU turn the corner this year and top Boise State in Jacksonville? Can USC actually cover the 13.5-point spread over Fresno State? Find out in this week’s Race for the Case preview. (43:37)

With no time left in the 4th quarter, Hawaii defensive back Kalen Hicks (3) and defensive lineman Manly Williams (49) tackle Arizona quarterback <a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="/ncaaf/players/263219/" data-ylk="slk:Khalil Tate">Khalil Tate</a> (14) just short of the end zone during an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)
With no time left in the 4th quarter, Hawaii defensive back Kalen Hicks (3) and defensive lineman Manly Williams (49) tackle Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate (14) just short of the end zone during an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Aug. 24, 2019, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

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