College Sports Now

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A podcast for college sports fans by college sports fans. Stephen Hartzell hosts along with the rotating cast of Roddy Jones, Wayne Cook, and Michael Felder as they provide analysis of all the latest news and developments in the world of college athletics.  Follow College Sports Now on Twitter @CSNowTweets!

College Sports Now 11-5-21

Felder Friday is loaded for Week 10. Hartzell and Felder ask a number of questions like... when will Cincinnati grow up and stop playing with their fo...
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Three and Out w/ Mike Golic 11-4-21

Mike Golic is back for his weekly ‘Three and Out’ hit where we do a deep dive on the initial CFP rankings. Cincinnati at 6 or Oklahoma at 8, who got d...
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College Sports Now 11-3-21

Hartzell and Wayne discuss the first set of College Football Playoff rankings, then Surbs yells at Wayne. Phil Steele joins the show to run through th...
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College Sports Now 11-2-21

Hartzell, Roddy, and Surbs avoid talking about the Braves' Game 5 collapse to recap Week 9. No guest, but the fellas go all in on the ACC, including W...
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College Football Rewind 10-31-21

If you weren't scoring five touchdowns in a game on Saturday... what were you even doing? Points galore across the country, from a top-10 rivalry show...
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College Sports Now 10-29-21

Felder Friday is back as the crew breaks down Week 9 in College Football. Hartzell thinks the Gators have a chance in the Cocktail Party and Felder se...
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College Sports Now 10-27-21

Hartzell and Wayne preview the Week 9 slate with Phil Steele, including the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Bronco's return to Provo with red ...
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College Sports Now 10-26-21

Roddy Jones from the ACC Network stops by to unpack week 8 of the college football season. He and Hartzell discuss the 9 OT game between Illinois and ...
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College Football Rewind 10-24-21

A weekend in which there were exactly zero ranked-on-ranked games shows exactly why college football is the absolute best. Two-point fails (I mean, A ...
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