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Ohio State is looking for its first national title since 2002. Oregon is seeking its first national title. The Pac-12 champion Oregon and Big Ten champion Ohio State meet Monday on ESPN 7:30PM Central standard time in Arlington, Texas, at the Cowboys Stadium Monday January 12th in the first NCAA College Football Playoff championship game.
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Date/Time: January 12, 2015 Show Time: 5:00PM Debo w/ Excutive Producer Dustin Hill and Producer Cameron Hart
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5. SHOULD PLAYERS GET PAID!!!
1. Spring Ball
2. NFL Draft
3. Georgia Football
4. NCAA topics
Breaking down the College Football Playoff Teams
Are these the Top 4 teams in College Football?
Which team/teams deserve to be in that are not?
Is Florida St being penalized for off the field issues?
Which team could still fall out of the Top 4?
Who will be the final Top 4?
Who has the best chance to win the College Football Playoff?
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.
With the 2014-2015 NFL season right around the corner, please join us and guest, sports blogger Ryan Dinger to talk about the upcoming season, share memories and anecdotes and prognostication about this year's season.
Do you plat Fantasy Football?
Super Bowl predictions?
What do you think of the new BCS playoff system?
NFL, NFC, AFC, College, all football tonight.
Ryan was on our show back in April to talk baseball. He knows as much about football as he does about baseball and we're lookinfg forward to a great discussion.
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It's the biggest week of college football handicapping, with championship games going on around the country. Explore the opening point spreads of each game and get some helpful pointers on what to look for in Jim Hurley's Football Betting Podcast.
Whether you're betting the college bowls or just watching, you'll appreciate hearing three key trends that have stood out in early action and what that means going forward. The college football handicapping edition of Jim Hurley's Football Betting Podcast then further explores the issue of whether the pointspread even matters in a lot of these games and concludes with a brief look at Tuesday night's doubleheader of Marshall-Northern Illinois and Navy-San Diego State.
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