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The biggest college bowl games start on Wednesday. The Peach, Fiesta and Orange Bowls are sliding under the media's radar, but they're right on Jim Hurley's radar. In this college football handicapping edtion, the Jim Hurley Network explores general principles for winning bets on major bowl games and then provides some specific information regarding the three Wednesday games.
Jim Hurley's Football Betting podcast provides a great way for bettors to to sharpen their handicapping tools on these games, and for casual fans to have a better understanding of the games they'll be watching on TV tomorrow. Tune in.
We begin our 2015 college football preview series of the Power Five conferences by looking at the Big 12. FBF writers and former NFL players Brady Quinn (Notre Dame), Ben Leber (Kansas State), and Matt Chatham (South Dakota) take an in-depth look at the upcoming Big 12 football season. Quinn (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 & Pac 12) and Leber (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 and Conference USA), fresh off their visit to Big 12 Media Days in Dallas, recap the conference media event. The group then discusses favorites, sleeper picks, question marks, and return-to-glory possibilities for Big 12 blue-bloods like Texas and Oklahoma.
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Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino break down the latest issues and stories in the world of sports including:
- Pick the winners of every major BCS Conference in college football
- Discuss who will be the winners of the conference championship games
- Give you the 4 College Football Playoff Teams
- Discussion on the latest headlines in the World of Sports
Listen Live at 10 AM est. and call (347) 633-9365
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Ryan Stern is live every week to discuss the world of sports.
A few trades have shaken up some of the Major League Baseball landscape. Which moves already done will have the greatest impact? We will discuss.
Then at 9:15 we will welcome back John Laub of footballdiehards.com for Part 4 of our College Fantasy Football preview. Tonight, we will discuss season long and DFS strategies as well as break down a bunch of John's sleepers this year. How deep into FBS will he go? Tune in and find out.
If you have a question for John, tweet us @BeyondTheBench using #BTBCFF
Also, we are proud to announce we will be having a listener NFL Fantasy Football league and a College Fantasy Football league. For more information or to request a spot, email us at email@example.com
Corey and Neil preview the SEC and the ACC and talk about college football media days.
Also on the agenda: the sex scandal at Tennessee, FSU's off the field issues, and how to survive the last month until we see college football.
Cheer up, folks, it is almost August, which means it is almost college football time.
Adam Burke and Kyle Hunter are back to discuss what has happened over the college football offseason and take a look ahead to see which teams have value for the National Championship, the College Football Playoff, and more. They will look at the overall landscape of college football with coaching changes, news, notes, suspensions, graduations,and more. Also, they will take about futures odds and how to start preparing for the season.
Have we finally found the right system for the national championship of college football? Should we expand the College Football Playoff? What teams enter the summer as the 2015 favorites for the Playoff? Will the selection committee change the critieria? What will be different in Year 2? The College Football Playoff enters its second year and after the success of Year 1, we try to find out who or what will be the biggest difference from Year 1 to Year 2. The destination is Glendale, Arizona. Begin the road with KD's Sports Arena. Call in at (347)308-8219 to drop in on the conversation. Who'll make the four-team field in 2015?
Longtime college football and recruiting analyst Corey Long (ESPN, NYT, Rivals) joins co-host Neil W. Blackmon, an attorney and sportswriter based in Florida to talk all things college football.
This week they'll discuss the OTL report about arrests without prosecutions at Florida and Florida State; Urban Meyer, Ohio State's quarterback situation and the early challenges in attempting to repeat; discipline issues at Alabama; transfers, new hires, hot seats and much more.
Veteran college football analyst Corey Long (ESPN, NYT, Rivals) and co-host Neil W. Blackmon, a sportswriter and attorney, talk all things college football.
Tonight's show will feature segments on Ohio State University, Urban Meyer and his quarterback situatioin; the OTL report on Florida, Florida State and arrests without prosecution, discipline issues at Alabama, transfers, new hires, hot seats and more.
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