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LSU, Ohio State and Clemson keep rolling along as college football's three unbeatens. Which of these teams is most likely to join them in the playoff?
- Smart move: Georgia coach sorry for swearing
- Georgia edges past Alabama to No. 4 in AP poll
- Photog hit at UGA-Auburn game; out of hospital
- Ohio St., Georgia to start home-and-home in '30
Kevin Negandhi and Kirk Herbstreit kick off the podcast by discussing Herbie's reaction to Tua Tagovailoa going down, Nick Saban's mindset in starting Tua and not holding him out until Auburn and how the College Football Playoff committee should treat Alabama. Later, the guys talk about Ohio State-Penn State and why the Buckeyes look so complete (20:27), Minnesota falling victim to Iowa on the road, Oklahoma's huge comeback over Baylor (29:13), Clemson and Georgia humming along (35:01), and listener questions (40:22).
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Georgia edged past Alabama to No. 4 in The Associated Press college football poll after the Bulldogs had a quality road victory and the Crimson Tide lost star quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for the season.
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Jake Fromm passed for three touchdowns, and No. 5 Georgia's defense produced two late stops, clinching the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division title with a 21-14 victory over No. 13 Auburn on Saturday.
A photographer was injured during the Georgia-Auburn game and taken to the hospital after a Bulldogs running back ran into her on the sideline.
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Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by discussing how David's wife picks his outfits for College GameDay. Then it's time for picks, including Michigan State-Michigan, Navy-Notre Dame, Texas-Iowa State, Georgia-Auburn, Minnesota-Iowa and Oklahoma-Baylor. Later, Chris "The Bear" Fallica joins the pod (29:31) to discuss the origin of his nickname, his TV debut, the pressure to pick winners, his favorite places to eat on the road, and his close friendships with Chris Fowler and Kirk Herbstreit.
Mark Schlabach tells the infamous story of when his dog ran onto the field during the 1997 Georgia-Kentucky game.
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast by discussing David's triumphs in his youth football championships and their reactions to the Week 12 College Football Playoff rankings. Then, they get into LSU's awesome play calling, why the Tigers shouldn't want to see the Crimson Tide again in the Playoff, Minnesota's win over Penn State, David's Dude and listener questions. Next, Heather Dinich joins the show (33:18) to explain why this is the first time in the CFP-era it feels like Alabama could be left out of the Playoff, the Pac-12's overall resume and why Baylor might be doomed no matter what. Finally, Ivan Maisel hops on the pod (44:13) to talk about why he thought Minnesota should've been higher in the rankings and why it's hard to know when a dynasty ends.
The Crimson Tide are no longer in the CFP rankings' top four. Their fate now is in the hands of others, including the selection committee.
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