With less than a week to go until the final selections are made, see how our experts envision the entire bowl schedule playing out.
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Times sure have changed since September, when Alabama looked to once again be the class of the SEC.
- Gophers' O'Brien, a cancer survivor, faces surgery
- Gophers QB Morgan starts against Northwestern
- LSU atop CFP again; Alabama stays at No. 5
- Minnesota QB Morgan in concussion protocol
Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast by talking about College GameDay's first trip to Minnesota, Wisconsin's Big Ten West clinching victory, a classic Iron Bowl (8:27), Auburn fans wanting Gus Malzahn fired early in the season and whether Nick Saban will make changes to his defensive staff. Then, the guys get into Ohio State's two-decades long domination of Michigan (22:49), the Wolverines' conundrum and Jim Harbaugh needing to close the talent gap. Next, Kevin and Herbie discuss Dabo Swinney's postgame rant (38:45), playoff scenarios going into championship weekend (51:11) and the already spinning coaching carousel.
See how our experts envision the entire bowl season playing out.
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Minnesota holder Casey O'Brien, a four-time cancer survivor, announced Monday that doctors have detected a spot on one of his lungs that they will remove via surgery this week so they can test it.
Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast by talking about the reverberations of Oregon's loss around college football, why Utah shouldn't be slept on, playoff seeding scenarios and Georgia's style of play. Next, the guys get into Ohio State-Michigan (24:30) including, what's at stake for the Buckeyes outside of the playoff implications, the keys to the game, and Herbie having Woody Hayes and Bo Schembechler as family friends growing up. Later, the guys react to Urban Meyer's comments from Courtside about missing coaching (36:53), and get to listener questions (45:24) on Travis Etienne, Minnesota-Wisconsin, and what they're having for Thanksgiving.