2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
14-1, 1st in ACC - Atlantic
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CFB Pod: Negandhi talks Senior Bowl with Jim Nagy, LSU with Ivan Maisel

Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast talking to executive director of the Reese's Senior Bowl Jim Nagy about the process of inviting players, how they divvy up snaps for the six quarterbacks, his best advice for the players (11:50), the scene in Mobile surrounding the game and two players he's excited to watch on Saturday. Then Ivan Maisel joins the show to discuss where LSU stands among the best modern-era teams (20:51), Joe Burrow's place among the best modern-era quarterbacks, Travis Etienne and Chuba Hubbard returning to school, and the top teams heading into the 2020 season (35:51).

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4dAdam Rittenberg

Hold that, Tiger: RB Etienne staying at Clemson

Clemson junior Travis Etienne, rated as the No. 4 draft-eligible running back by ESPN, will return for his senior season. He has rushed for 4,038 yards in his three seasons with the Tigers.

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5dAndrea Adelson

Clemson backup QB Brice intends to transfer

Backup quarterback Chase Brice plans to transfer from Clemson after throwing for 1,023 yards and 9 TDs over the past two seasons. He will have immediate eligibility as a graduate transfer.

5d

The Right Time: Spencer Hall on why Saban is replaceable, but Dabo/Ed aren't

Bomani and Spencer Hall look back on the National Championship and examine just what a perfect storm LSU's miraculous season was (1:17). They also get into why what Clemson has accomplished is just as unique (17:29), Odell's $100 handshakes post-game (28:39), coach Ed Orgeron's ties with the Governor's office in Louisiana (37:05), the chances we'll see Bobby Petrino back in CFB (45:24) and more. Plus, why Eminem was the last person in the world to "get" the internet (1:02:02).

5d

CFB Pod: Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi recap the national championship

Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast by discussing LSU's win over Clemson in the national championship, the team's legacy, Joe Burrow's mind working at 5G speeds (13:18), Odell Beckham Jr. handing out cash on the field, who will be the top teams in 2020 (20:35), how Clemson moves forward (35:00) and Pollack's new endorsement deal he tried to hide from the gang (44:43).

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6dAndrea Adelson

Clemson receiver Higgins opting for NFL draft

Tee Higgins, who led Clemson with 1,167 yards receiving and 13 touchdown catches as a junior, will enter the NFL draft, he said. He is rated as the No. 19 prospect by ESPN's Mel Kiper.

What is the future for Clemson? (2:30)
8d
Lawrence on CFP loss: 'Just wasn't my night' (1:03)
8d
Burrow's six-TD performance leads LSU to national title (2:16)
8d
Dabo: The better team won Monday (2:54)
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LSU blasts Clemson, FBS records to win national title (5:36)
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8dDavid Purdum

Clemson opens as favorite to win 2020 CFP

Clemson opened as the favorite at 2-1 at Caesars Sportsbook, followed by Alabama at 4-1, LSU at 9-2 and Ohio State at 7-1.

8d

Burrow, LSU cap Heisman season, beat Clemson 42-25 for title

Joe Burrow threw five touchdown passes, ran for another score and capped one of the greatest seasons in college football history by leading No. 1 LSU to a 42-25 victory against No. 3 Clemson on Monday night to win the national championship.

Team Stats

Passing Yards288.323rd
Rushing Yards240.413th
Points For43.971st
Points Against10.6