Play Podcast Ivan Maisel dissects the latest College Football Hall of Fame class with one of the newest members, Tedy Bruschi.
Play Podcast Ivan Maisel talks to Bill Hancock about the formation of the College Football Playoff. David Ubben wraps up spring ball in the Big 12 and Chuck Culpepper remembers Frosty Westering.
Play Podcast Ivan Maisel breaks down the SEC spring games with Chris Low and Edward Aschoff. Plus, Andrea Adelson discusses the big announcement from the ACC.
Play Podcast Michigan coach Brady Hoke discusses his comments about Notre Dame's decision to end its series with the Wolverines after the 2014 season and more.
Play Podcast Oregon coach Mark Helfrich dishes on the thrill of taking over for Chip Kelly, discusses what aspects of the program will be the same as they were under Kelly and what will be different. Helfrich also chats about the pressure he faces due to the success of the program in the past several seasons.
Play Podcast Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin talks about the improvements being made to Kyle Field, what those improvements will to for the program, the success of last year, Johnny Manziel's offseason and the expectations for the Aggies in 2013.
CLASS IS IN SESSION
Play Podcast Andy Katz gives his take why top recruit Andrew Wiggins chose to attend Kansas, talks about the Wiggins' skill set, says Wiggins has the type of talent to lead the Jayhawks to the Final Four and explains why he believes Wiggins would have been the top pick in this year's NBA draft if he were eligible.
Play Podcast Kansas coach Bill Self dishes on Andrew Wiggins' decision to join the Jayhawks, Wiggins' potential, the one-and-done rule and more.
Play Podcast Colin Cowherd reacts to Andrew Wiggins' announcement that he will be attending Kansas.
Play Podcast Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg discuss the early entries for the 2013 NBA draft, their offseason top 25 and talk to Michigan State's Tom Izzo
Play Podcast Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg discuss how Louisville was able to beat Michigan and become the NCAA champions.