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SI’s Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and Pat Forde highlight college football’s biggest Week 2 encounters, including Alabama vs. Texas, Texas A&M vs. Miami, and Colorado vs. Nebraska.
To kick off the podcast, former colleagues compete this Saturday in Tuscaloosa, while Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide host Steve Sarkisian and the Texas Longhorns. Can Texas pull off the surprise? Will Alabama Relegate the Texas Marching Band to the Nosebleed Section? We’ll find out for sure on Saturday.
In other big Saturday games, Texas A&M takes on Miami in a true league match, while recently ranked first-place Colorado hosts Nebraska this weekend. The boys are wondering why Colorado is ranking so low and what else they need to do to climb up the national polls.
In the final game of week one, the Duke Blue Devils defeated the Clemson Tigers in 9th place, shocking the college football world. The show debates who is responsible for Clemson’s stumble while also praising Duke for improving greatly over the past two seasons.
LSU Tigers head coach Brian Kelly recently denied that he had claimed LSU would beat FSU, despite audio recordings from his radio show proving otherwise, leading to a very bewildering denial.
Later in the show, Dan gifts the remaining members of the Pac-2 a new theme song in hopes they can find a new home. Purdue also caused a stir after losing to Fresno State last weekend, but they may have bounced back after creating the world’s smallest drum.
Finally, a flight from Atlanta to Barcelona had to be turned around after an unfortunate in-flight accident.
1:00 Preview Alabama vs. Texas
14:53 Texas A&M vs. Miami
19:25 Colorado hosts Nebraska this weekend
27:13 #9 Clemson gets angered by Duke
33:27 Brian Kelly denies that he said LSU would beat FSU
38:16 The new Pac-2 theme song
41:08 Some coaches are upset about the new clock rules in college football
46:00 The scripture update
48:11 Purdue behaves again
49:47 The nightmare flight from Atlanta to Barcelona
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